Bed of Grass

Bed of Grass Her wild youth was a thing of the past Valerie Wentworth had paid dearly for the mistakes she d made as a passionate girl Turned out of her grandfather s house she had raised Tadd her son all alone

  • Title: Bed of Grass
  • Author: Janet Dailey
  • ISBN: 9780373103430
  • Page: 373
  • Format: None
  • Her wild youth was a thing of the past Valerie Wentworth had paid dearly for the mistakes she d made as a passionate girl Turned out of her grandfather s house, she had raised Tadd, her son, all alone Now, after seven years, she had returned home for her grandfather s funeral even though it meant confronting Judd Prescott again Judd who didn t know he was Tadd s fatheHer wild youth was a thing of the past Valerie Wentworth had paid dearly for the mistakes she d made as a passionate girl Turned out of her grandfather s house, she had raised Tadd, her son, all alone Now, after seven years, she had returned home for her grandfather s funeral even though it meant confronting Judd Prescott again Judd who didn t know he was Tadd s father The man was compellingly attractive than ever but if Valerie had learned one thing it was to stay away from Judd Prescott If only Judd would stay away from her

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    1. A typical summer madness story with a precocious wild teenager, an experienced player who should have known better (about contraceptives at least), rolls in hay or ‘bed of grass’, cruel brush-offs, secret pregnancy, long separation and then it’s back home for predatory asshat vs trembling doormat part 2, some flat fireworks and lo, we have a story.Why are these asshat Hs forever ‘lazily mocking, taunting, jeering, stripping with eyes, pawing’ and getting away with it. The story is not [...]

    2. I often have to remind myself, when I'm reading these older romance novels, that the author is portraying the types of values and belief systems that differ a lot from what we're accustomed to in our present era. This novel is a perfect example of how people's ideals and moral standards sometimes led them to make such drastic and painful choices that end up destroying not only themselves, but also those closest to them. In this novel, the heroine Valerie had been a teenager having an affair with [...]

    3. When I was in high school, I was addicted to romance novels, then I had my heart broken and didn't believe in love or romance. I married, had three kids, but I was cold and bitter. I hated romance novels. How dare they find the love of their lives, how dare they build up my dreams of happily ever after. Well, I found my happily ever after 3 years ago and so I've returned to the world of romance. This is my first romance novel in over 20 years. I remember Janet Dailey as a favorite and so returne [...]

    4. Valerie Wentworth was a rebellious teenager who drank, smoked and had an illicit love affair with wealthy and classy neighbor Judd Prescott. She fell in love, but all he wanted was sex. When she found out she was pregnant, her grandfather kicked her out and told the whole town she'd eloped. At his death, she returns with her (and Judd's) son Tadd. At first, Judd keeps his distance because he thinks she's married. When he finds out she isn't, he does just about whatever he can to get Valerie to s [...]

    5. Couldn't put this one down! Granddaughter of horse rancher falls for (10-years older) son of neighbor horse rancher. She becomes pregnant and is kicked out of grandfather's home. She ends up in another state raising her baby with the help of a co-worker. Seven years later, the grandfather dies and she returns for the funeral. They meet and those feelings are rekindled but she will not submit to him

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