Publish date: February 19th 2012
Publisher: Lisa Worrall
Pages no: 165
Edition language: English
Okay so here's the deal with Always Hope...I liked it, but I wanted more. It was like Ash went from the uppity LA life to the podunk town of Freedom Alabama in no time flat. It was like he needed no adjustment time to get over his "previous" life. I would have thought it would have taken time to ...
I liked the way the relationship developed, well paced. The inclusion of 'the golden girls' worked well to lighten the mood which could have been depressing given the mourning element of the story. A good quick read.
This was cute, and for the most part not corny/cheesy, but the plot was really more than I could be expected to handle without rolling my eyes. I liked the setting of the small southern town, it was very Steel Magnolias. The main characters were okay - they didn't annoy me but they didn't make me fa...
Got silly. For someone mourning a loved one, Cowboy was awfully snappy and sarcastic and just seemed like a dick. I didn't like either character or whatever secret was in the will, enough to finish reading.