Sweet Carolina Girls Harper Lee Lynch only years old and a doctorial candidate finds herself in Chapel Hill North Carolina alone with only her Golden Retriever Jasper to keep her company Shortly after moving into

  • Title: Sweet Carolina Girls
  • Author: R.E. Bradshaw
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Harper Lee Lynch, only 23 years old and a doctorial candidate, finds herself in Chapel Hill, North Carolina alone, with only her Golden Retriever, Jasper, to keep her company Shortly after moving into her new home, Harper chooses to stop at the Tarr Bar, a local eatery That moment changes Harper s life forever Follow her journey, making new friends and finding the happiHarper Lee Lynch, only 23 years old and a doctorial candidate, finds herself in Chapel Hill, North Carolina alone, with only her Golden Retriever, Jasper, to keep her company Shortly after moving into her new home, Harper chooses to stop at the Tarr Bar, a local eatery That moment changes Harper s life forever Follow her journey, making new friends and finding the happiness she has yearned for, since the tragedy that launched her on this path Fall in love with this group of ten women, as they laugh, cry and fight their way through emotional rollercoasters, set in motion by Harper s arrival This mixture of gay and straight women in a variety of sizes, shapes and colors, makes for an intersting dynamic and an endless supply of storylines The characters range, in ages, from 23 to 69 and are the kind of friends you hope you have, when push comes to shove Harper finds out just what kind of friends she s found, when she gets pushed into a relationship by the forces of nature, neither she nor the beautiful Lauren can stop.

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    One thought on “Sweet Carolina Girls”

    1. I've really enjoyed most of Bradshaw's previous work, but this one didn't sing for me. I really didn't like the characters much, nor the choices they made. It felt like Bradshaw was trying to do something a little different, but didn't pull it off because the characters themselves weren't very likable. Read her other work; not this one.

    2. My review is from a first edition, I think, because I can't seem to find mine on . So I am posting this on the second edition pages.Although I finished reading this one a couple days ago, it is still fresh in my mind. Yes, I am late in reviewing. But as I said in the review just before this (Before It Stains) life has had me busy with this project and that. Today I am ignoring those projects to try and catch up on my reviews.Funny having read Before It Stains before this book. It might work out [...]

    3. I feel somewhat bad about the whole experience. I mean, Bradshaw is one of my favorite authors, listed as such on my profile. And every single person I follow and/or am friends with not only liked the book, they loved it. What was it, 6 people? 6 five stars. And then mine. This was a difficult book for me to complete. I seem to be saying that a lot in reviews recently, but even if so, this one was difficult for a different reason. Everything about it was pissing me off. The writing, the story, t [...]

    4. Good read!Great story. A little choppy in a few places but overall well written. Having spent time in NC, I could visualize places. Thanks, Ms. Bradshaw!

    5. Harper moves to Durham on a research project and joins a local softball team where she meets Lauren, who is already in a long term relationship with Shelby. Her attraction to Lauren is spotted and she is told that she can look but not touch.When Lauren makes a drunken pass at her Harper backs off and calls Shelby to collect Lauren. Shelby is too preoccupied with her work to notice the attraction between harper and Lauren until Lauren moves out of her house and sets up home in her art studio.Can [...]

    6. Having read The Girl back Home and enjoyed it I thought I would give some of Ms Bradshaw’s other books a try. Unfortunately I probably read this too soon after the previous one, because although the setting and characters are different, the general feel is much the same. Fairly rapidly the storyline becomes sweet and sickly, and although there are efforts made to inject tension you just know it’s all going to work out in the end.The range of characters is wide, but as they were introduced I [...]

    7. It started out strong but halfway through it took a nosedive below sea level.The drama of it all is over the top and the way the relationship 'developed' between the leads were just a whirlwind of events to me. Everything was in fast-forward mode, made everything seem mechanical and disjointed.

    8. AwwwwWhat can I sayother out of this world story from R.E. I really loved the characters and storyline of this story. I was hooked on page one.

    9. The story and the characters were interesting, but the writing and editing left something to be desired. Hopefully the writing will become more polished after she has a few books under her belt.

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