Homespun Bride The McKaslin Clan Historical #2 Read & Download ✓ 104

Read & Download Homespun Bride The McKaslin Clan Historical #2

Homespun Bride The McKaslin Clan Historical #2 Read & Download ✓ 104 Ì [Reading] ➷ Homespun Bride The McKaslin Clan Historical #2 Author Jillian Hart – Insolpro.co.uk A WINTER'S HOMECOMINGMontana Territory in 1883 was a dangerous place especially for a blind woman struggling to make her way throuA WINTER'S HOMECOMINGMontana The McKaslin ePUB #180 Territory in was a dangerous place especially for a blind woman struggling to make her way through an early winter snowstorm Undaunted Noelle Kramer fought to remain independent But then a runaway Homespun. It had been uite a while since I had read something on the lines of historical romance and although this book claimed of being one it was far from itThe whiny annoying heroine Noelle loses her parents and her sight in a road accident and the absolutely flawless hero Thad knows nothing about the tragedy as he had left Noelle much before that Noelle's parents had convinced Thad that he would never be able to provide their daughter the comforts and luxuries of life that she was so used to Noelle knew nothing about her parents scheme and starts hating Thad for having left her waiting by the window the night they had planned to elopeYears later they meet accidentally The heroine keeps sulking about how she is blind and how Thad would never want him and the hero keeps brooding over how Noelle must be absolutely mad at him and would never want him The fact is that both of them want each other pretty much But well who says such a foolish thing out loud They depart to meet again and this function is put on an endless loopYou know the end straightaway but the writer keeps beating around the bush The narration changes so abruptly from Noelle to Thad to third person that you can only wonder what you just readThe book moves at an extremely slow place with no end in sight heh The characterization is irritating to say the least and the descriptions flawed Details of time and space have been overlooked that makes it an even tedious read Although I found this as a free ebook I still feel I have paid way too much for it It almost made me take a pledge of not reading any book in my occasional jobless state at work Thankfully I got off itPS I hear the word 'baritone' one time and I might contemplate murder

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Bride ePUB #187 horse nearly plunged her into a rushing ice choked river before a stranger's strong sure hand saved her from certain deathAnd yet this was no stranger Though she could not know it her rescuer was rancher Thad Bride The McKaslin eBook #8608. I wanted to love this book really I did But the uality of the writing stopped me The idea of the female character Noelle being blind and finding love despite that was touching I found the male character Thad to be the only saving grace of the book His devotion to her was wonderful I did like the various minor characters However not enough was done to describe them past Henrietta's objection to modern progress which was amusing The only plot of the book the accident with the uncle was lost eventually to the rambling love story And that is where I became confused The thoughts between the two main characters were often repetitive Just when the author had finally given them some depth and allowed them to show feelings for each other she yanked them away again making statements that did not fit in with how she had developed the characters to that point I did like the slow progress of the romance Too often in romance books they are sped up unnaturally However Noelle's reluctance at falling in love again was not explained well enough and I think this is what caused her thoughts to become so opposite to each other The stages of their love needed planning beforehand There were also numerous point of view problems switching from one side to the other unheeded and several issues with grammar that left me confused The Christian portion of the story was very minor to the story itself and often became drowned out Too bad this book is already in print because with considerable work it would have made a great love story

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Homespun Bride The McKaslin Clan Historical #2McKaslin the man who had once loved her than life itself Losing her had shaken all his most deeply held beliefs Now he wondered if the return of this strong woman was a sign that somehow he Bride The McKaslin Clan Historical eBook #243 could find his way ho. I want to preface this review by saying I don't normally read romance novels They're just not my thing However the e book was free and I am not one to pass up a free book So I thought I'd try it It was pretty much what I expected It felt very slow to me I kept reading and then looking at the page count I was unsure how the author was going to fill it as they were pining for each from page 1 It ends exactly how you expect it's going to from the beginning No huge surprises or twists However I don't think that this book was trying to be anything but a simple romance novel It performed that role very wellOne technical thing that bothered me was that the narrator would switch a lot sometimes mid paragraph That made it really hard for me to follow sometimes I would often have to go back a few sentences to figure out where it had switched and who was talking now If you're expecting a smooth flowing fast paced book this is not itIt's not a story that made me think or had me hanging on ever word However it was simple and sweet I don't think it's a bad book just not one that I particularly enjoy This book isn't going to make me rethink the genre However if you was a sweet clean romantic book this will probably fit the bill for you