All Your Pretty Dreams Jonny Knobel comes home to play in his family s polka band and to help his father repair the aging motel owned and run by his father He s also trying to break away from his estranged wife and all the

  • Title: All Your Pretty Dreams
  • Author: Lise McClendon
  • ISBN: 9781479132713
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jonny Knobel comes home to play in his family s polka band and to help his father repair the aging motel owned and run by his father He s also trying to break away from his estranged wife and all the baggage of a failed marriage While at home, he meets Isabel Yancy, a graduate student involved in a biology study of bees They couldn t be different in their ideals anJonny Knobel comes home to play in his family s polka band and to help his father repair the aging motel owned and run by his father He s also trying to break away from his estranged wife and all the baggage of a failed marriage While at home, he meets Isabel Yancy, a graduate student involved in a biology study of bees They couldn t be different in their ideals and dreams you think

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    1. Lise McClendon has done it again. She whisked me off and carried me away. I truly enjoyed this book about Jon & Iz. Was happy with the out come but sad it was over.

    2. Charming story combined with great writing. Very much enjoyed. Reminds me more of Anne Tyler than Jane Austin.

    3. ALL YOUR PRETTY DREAMS by Lise McClendon (3.5 stars)ALL YOUR PRETTY DREAM is the August 2012 release by author Lise McClendon. Focusing on small town Red Vine, Minnesota and the citizens who reside there, All Your Pretty Dreams centers on the Knobel family’s struggle with love, betrayal, aging and growing up. The world and people around Red Vine are moving forward, but the citizens of the sleepy town seem to be stuck in a time warp where old habits and Saturday afternoon teas lead to Sunday Po [...]

    4. Off to a slow start with a town full of characters introduced all at once and with more of the setting than I need in the beginning, “All Your Pretty Dreams” finally pulled me in. Because the characters are quirky and fun, each of the major ones fully drawn, I quickly began to care about them. Also helpful was a setting that became more interesting as I read and the fact the major male character plays an accordion—not something you read about every day. This is a story about searching for [...]

    5. Twenty-something Isabel Yancey is on the rebound when she lands in a backwater town in Minnesota. Jonny Knobel is too but Red Vine is his hometown. Not that he chooses to be back. His family needs him to play his accordion. The family polka band is decades older than Jonny but he can't find it in his heart to love polka. Will a summer next door to Isabel and her bee-counting college crew change his mind? Will she mend his broken heart? My new novel isn't a mystery this time! Romance, humor, and [...]

    6. This is not Lucas Davenport’s Minnesota, but it is populated by the author’s finely developed and diverse characters that interact on different tangents. And governing it all is a philosophy dictated by an accordion. It’s a great read with only one negative—the non-serif font is really hard on the eyes.

    7. It was a slow story of every day life. I kept waiting for the climax of the story or something big to happen and it didn't. The story was full of the problems that come in life- run down business, families who don't get a long, school, love, death, divorce, affairs. It wasn't a bad read, but it wasn't particularly wonderful.

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