Books

Honey Grove

Honey Grove When Lilah Briscoe is seriously injured her granddaughter Meredith feels compelled to save her farm Honey Grove despite their troubled past Help arrives in the form of bad boy Caleb Burkett who aw

  • Title: Honey Grove
  • Author: Genell Dellin
  • ISBN: 9780425241530
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Lilah Briscoe is seriously injured, her granddaughter Meredith feels compelled to save her farm, Honey Grove, despite their troubled past Help arrives in the form of bad boy Caleb Burkett, who awakens feelings Meri didn t know she had Maybe now, Meri will finally find the home she always wanted

    • Free Download [Horror Book] ☆ Honey Grove - by Genell Dellin ✓
      134 Genell Dellin
    • thumbnail Title: Free Download [Horror Book] ☆ Honey Grove - by Genell Dellin ✓
      Posted by:Genell Dellin
      Published :2019-04-15T17:08:17+00:00

    About "Genell Dellin"

    1. Genell Dellin

      Montana is a magical place to Genell Late in the 1800s, Westerners called it The Last Best Place and to her it seems to be so still today The enormity of the sky and the mountains, the few people with so much space and so much strength, and the land that seems to go on forever hold a powerful attraction that she loves to use for the background of her books.Genell is also a lifelong rodeo fan Growing up, attending the Frontier Days Celebration and Rodeo in Fort Smith was a yearly tradition of her family She and her sisters loved the danger and the drama and the flamboyant personalities who were part of the show They played at being trick riders and barrel racers for weeks afterward.So, when she realized that Chase Lomax, rodeo cowboy, who was a character in her first single title romance, Montana Blue, would be the hero of her next book, Montana Gold, she felt she had been given the best of all possible worlds What a perfect excuse for attending rodeos and performances of the PBR, the Professional Bull Riders What a great reason to make another trip to Montana What a marvelous opportunity to write about two of her deepest passions Genell Dellin has published than 25 novels Her historical romances have won multiple awards from Romantic Times BOOKclub and the University of Oklahoma School of Professional Writing She also receives hundreds of letters from readers in response to her contemporary inspirational romances written as Gena Dalton for the Steeple Hill Books imprint.She lives with her husband in rural Oklahoma on a limestone hillside not far from a marker proclaiming the highest spot in the Cherokee Nation Since their son has grown up and gone away to be a QuarterHorse trainer, they share their place with only four footed family members The bossy cat named Smokey keeps Genell company while she writes and sometimes offers her advice Cherokee Warriors is Genell s second Cherokee series for Avon Books inspired by family stories about her great grandmother, who was born on the way to Indian Territory from Georgia Montana Gold is a sequel to Montana Blue Montana Gold is the second in Genell s series of single title contemporary romances set in Montana Chase Lomax is a perfect example of what grit and daring can accomplish, she says I loved writing him He inspired me.

    757 Comments

    1. I truly loved this book. It was full of warmth and heart. I love that the romance was like an afterthought to the story of family that always remained in the forefront. The characters were fun and easily relate-able to me on different levels. I found the end refreshing. I will be looking into reading more from Genell Dellin.


    2. Was pretty disappointed. There were many situations going on, but most of them felt incomplete by the books end. It just felt fractured, even some of the characters did not feel complete. In all the other books that I have read, the ending is clear and concise. With this book there was no clear ending. It was like she typed a sentence and decided she was done.


    3. This was a DNF for me, thus no rating.I got 109 pages in and nothing interesting was happening. This book's pace is snail-slow. I get the impression (from what I've read) that this book is more of a family drama than it is a romance. Nothing about romance had happened in those pages I read.


    4. I liked this story overall, but the pacing was too slow for me. The characters are fun and quirky, and the developing chemistry between Meri and Caleb is done well, but I just wanted to speed the whole thing up. Maybe it's my northern sensibilities versus a very southern story


    5. First book ever by this author. I started reading this morning and literally couldn't put it down. Now I'm on the search for the remaining books in the series. Good light-hearted storyline, characters easy to relate to, and all around well written.


    6. I thought this was a good story of family and small towns and the fraternity of friends that fight,laugh,and cry together. A little wordy in some places but all together a fun read.


    7. This book was pretty much about Merideth and her grandmother, that's not what I want my romance books to be about.




    8. This book started out ok, but the overwheming details turned me off. I didn't need to know every single thought Lilah had. With some good editing, the book would have had promise, in my opinion.


    Leave a Comment