Juan Nicolea Nicolea itibaren Constancio Farfán, Mor., Meksika
Şimdi bu kitabı neden sevdiğimi hatırladım. Neden tekrar okumam yıllar sürdü bilmiyorum. Her ne kadar son orta derecede ani ve abartılı hissettirse de, sanırım bir öğrenci sorbeck ile bir sömestrden sonra hissettikleri çaresizlikle bağdaştığını söyleyebilir - çünkü aslında çocuktular ve o sahip oldukları mentorun en yakın konseptiydi. Sıkça Hims / Mils'i küçümsedim ve anlatıcının neden bu kadar çok noktaya vurduğunu anlayamadım. Chip Kidd için büyük bir artı? Kendi kendine yetkin bir sanat öğrencisine aşık, bir sevgiye düşmüş bir birinci sınıf öğrencisi olarak, tamamen inandırıcı göründü - hiçbir zaman işe yaramaz ya da titiz değildi. Tek boyutlu değildi ve kesinlikle kusurluydu, ama birinci şahıs bir POV okuduğunuzda nadir görülen bir şefkat hissetmiştim. En iyi bölüm, şimdiye kadar, Sorbeck ve öğrencileri arasındaki etkileşimlerdi. Keşke onlardan daha fazla olsaydı.
Bu kitabı yazmakta zorlandım. Patricia karakterleri, dünya binası ve hisseleri ile güzel bir iş çıkarıyor. Josan ve Lucius ölüyor ve bir tedavi bulmaları gerekiyor. Ne yazık ki, diğerinin hayatta kalabilmesi için, birinin ölmesi gerekecek.
Saf SK, ürpertici, bazen iğrenç, ama ilginç bir hikaye ve ortak insan unsuruyla.
Snowflakes and Stetsons is a Christmas anthology with a western historical romance theme that includes stories by Jillian Hart, Carol Finch and Cheryl St. John. This was my first Christmas read of the year and it was a sweet read! I read it early, during a time when I needed some comfort, but be sure to know that this book will be read again this Holiday season. "The Cowboy's Christmas Miracle" By Jillian Hart After serving seven years in a Territory prison for a crime he did not commit, Caleb McGraw goes home only to find out that his fiance is dead and that he has a son. That news takes him to Moose, Montana where his six year old son Thomas now lives with the widow Caroline Dreyer where he prevents a robbery and is invited to stay at least until Christmas. Caroline who lost her husband and child, and Thomas who lost his mother are both cheered by Caleb's company, and soon these three unhappy people are making the best of the season. As Caroline and Caleb's attraction grows and she figures out that he is indeed Thomas' father, they grow closer together and share their pain and hopes for the future. But what will happen when Caroline finds out that Caleb is an ex convict and the reason behind his imprisonment? The Cowboy's Christmas Miracle by Jillian Heart is a lovely, heartwarming holiday story about three people who experience deep loses in their lives and find a second chance at that illusive happiness. Although things happen a bit quickly for these two people and Caroline needs a push to see what is clearly in front of her eyes, I love that Caleb deservedly finds a place where he's respected for the wonderful man he truly is, and happiness with Thomas and Caroline. "Christmas at Cahill Crossing" by Carol Finch Beautiful Rosalie Greer is caught in a blizzard on her way to town from a secret Santa shopping trip. It's dark and wolves have her surrounded when Lucas Burnett and his dog, Dog, find her buried under a pile of snow. Lucas takes her to his ranch where as an outcast of society he keeps to himself. He's bitter about the fact that he was a Texas Ranger and helped settle the area, but because of his mixed blood he is not socially acceptable to the townspeople. However, Rosalie is not everybody. She is a respected business owner and despite an initial misunderstanding likes gorgeous Lucas. After he saves her life, she's determined to involve him in the town's events for Christmas and hopefully in her life. In Christmas at Cahill, I loved both Rosalie's spunky attitude and the fact that Lucas couldn't resist her. Carol Finch brings the whole town into this story, making the Christmas holidays come alive for the reader and including a bit of action by using Lucas' Texas Ranger past. Finch uses sexual tension to build this romance, and later on passion heats up the holiday season in this novella. "A Magical Gift At Christmas" by Cheryl St. John U.S. Marshal Jonah Cavanaugh and three other Marshals are on the train to Denver, guarding a gold shipment from a gang of train robbers. Desperate circumstances push Jonah to make the fateful decision to disconnect the mail car from the rest of the train, and let the rest of the train go on to Denver. He decides to guard the car, let the other Marshals deal with the gang and wait for reinforcements. Jonah's plans, however, are complicated when he first finds Meredith Abbott riding her father's Pullman car and on her way to Denver for Christmas, and later finds Hayden and Jillian, two stowaway children, in the baggage section of the car. Jonah, Meredith and the children find themselves in the middle of a blizzard, waiting for a gang of thieves to attack, and hoping for rescue. While the situation is stressful, it also helps to pull them together and as the warmth of the holidays, love and giving make way into their hearts both Meredith and Jonah realize what's really important in life. I really enjoyed A Magical Gift At Christmas. Meredith and Jonah are strong characters, and the children make great secondary characters in this novella. The train robbery, shootouts and action give this story a real western flavor, yet the wonderful heartwarming, family atmosphere that St. John is known for is right there to enjoy. The Christmas theme is well represented in the middle of all the action, and a romance that begins with admiration and respect as its base, has a sweet, sweet ending.