The Peach Keeper
Publish date: January 5th 2012
Publisher: HODDER & STOUGHTON GENERAL DIVISION
Pages no: 273
Edition language: English
I've thoroughly enjoyed all the Sarah Addison Allen books I've read, but I stayed away from this one for a long time because, frankly, I don't like peaches*. As reasons go to not read a book, it's a pretty stupid one, so when I saw the title at a library sale for $1 I did the mature thing and ...
Reread by audiobookI enjoyed listening to the book. Karen White did a great job with the narration. Usually when I re-read a book by audiobook I pick up on something that I either forgot or didn't notice before. However, this didn't happen this time. The story was good. The ending was an extreme HEA...
Paxton Osgood and Willa Jackson come from two different social strata in the little town of Walls of Water, North Carolina. The Osgoods are well-to-do; the Jacksons have come down in the world. Yet, they are both connected to a mansion called the Blue Ridge Madam, which the Osgoods are restoring to ...
I really enjoy Sarah Addison Allen. It's Chicklit, but I love it. I love her strong women and the magic that is peppered in her books. The Peach Keeper was my second book I've read of hers and I enjoyed them both this one a less because of two main things 1) I didn't think that the characters where ...
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