Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Deep in the Heart of Trouble by Deeanne Gist

I've heard nothing but really good things about Deanne Gist. I found out this was the second book, and I'm a bit freakish...I really like to read series in order if possible. So a review for both books will be coming at a later date. But take a look at the book description and check it out for yourself!

About the Book: Essie Spreckelmeyer is the last woman anyone in Corsicana, Texas, expected to see with a man on her arm. Independent and outspoken, she’s known more for riding bicycles in outrageous bloomers than for catching a man’s eye.

And the last man who seems willing to give her a second glance is Tony Morgan, newly hired at Spreckelmeyer’s oil company. The disinherited son of an oil baron, Tony wants most to restore his name and regain his lost fortune--not lose his heart to this headstrong blonde. She confounds, contradicts, and confuses him. Sometimes he doesn’t know if she’s driving him toward the aisle or the end of his rope.

That’s how life is ...Deep In The Heart Of Trouble


Krista said...

I read them in order too. I think the second one's better. They both have some major plot twists, but in the first one they are more jarring. In the second one they fit better.
Good books though and fairly quick reads.
I'm reading Clearing in the Wild by Kirkpatrick right now and it's not what I expected at all from reading the "blurb" on the back. Slower reading, but definitely more thought provoking. Have you read it?

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