Coyote Creek

Coyote Creek Molly McGraw was enjoying her life in Savannah Georgia as a nurse and longtime girlfriend to her college sweetheart until that normality is unpleasantly interrupted by the death of a grandmother she

  • Title: Coyote Creek
  • Author: Tabitha Freeman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Molly McGraw was enjoying her life in Savannah, Georgia as a nurse and longtime girlfriend to her college sweetheart until that normality is unpleasantly interrupted by the death of a grandmother she barely knew Now, Molly must pack up everything and head out west to pick up where her grandmother left off in cleaning up the mess that is her older sister, Rainie Chayton LMolly McGraw was enjoying her life in Savannah, Georgia as a nurse and longtime girlfriend to her college sweetheart until that normality is unpleasantly interrupted by the death of a grandmother she barely knew Now, Molly must pack up everything and head out west to pick up where her grandmother left off in cleaning up the mess that is her older sister, Rainie Chayton Lacroix was tolerating his life in Coyote Creek, Idaho as a hospital janitor and lifetime caretaker to his chronically sick mother until everything is interrupted by the arrival of a new neighbor across the street Southern, sassy, and full of questions that no one ever dare ask, Molly McGraw turns Chayton s world and heart upside down Together, Chayton and Molly will both learn the value of family, the darkness of prejudice, and that no matter what their circumstances were before, they are meant to make the ultimate stand in this quiet little town that has been asleep for far too long.

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    1. As I was reading Freeman's latest book, I couldn't help but forget whose work I was reading a time or two. It was so different from what I've come to expect from her. That being said, I absolutely love everything she writes. I think the characters were very well developed and there wasn't a lot of irrelevant information thrown in to increase word count like you see in some books. There were some things I had figured out before the "reveal" that seemed kind of obvious to me, but nothing worth dec [...]

    2. Seriously??! This author just keeps surprising me. Her plots are so different, yet still just as intriguing as her first! The story lines are so well developed. Molly and Rainie feel like real people. Their highs are lows were so shocking and captivating. You feel yourself thinking "OH NO SHE DIDN'T!" Definitely a page turner, just like her other best-sellers. I can't wait to see what comes to the shelves next!!! Love this author!!! Find her blog! Find her website! Just FIND HER!

    3. PedestrianThis is a reconciliation story, uncovering the history that had divided a family. The blurb at the end called it an explosive story. That's a huge stretch for me. And given the constant bad grammar, egregious use of words incorrect in context -e.g saying someone's inner happiness made him illustrious - I was astounded to discover the author has won numerous awards. I finished it, so I gave it three stars. But I'm glad I got it for nothing.

    4. I really liked the idea of this novel's main story line. Unfortunately, the reader is supposed to believe that the main character and her sister are extremely naive and unable to make the connections that are right in front of their faces. There were so many moments when I said, "Oh my gosh! Really?" I finished the book because I wanted to see how it ended, but I must say that this was not my favorite novel, and I just wanted to finish it, so I could move on to something else.

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