Redneck Ex

With one twang of a banjo string, Summer Leigh Johnson s tidy, organized life in Barrow, Alaska is jolted back to the Ozarks when her coon hunting, tobacco chewing, bull riding, redneck ex husband asks for her help She has two options turn her back on him like he did to her eleven years ago, or help Burdened with the curse of every southern woman What Would Mama Do sWith one twang of a banjo string, Summer Leigh Johnson s tidy, organized life in Barrow, Alaska is jolted back to the Ozarks when her coon hunting, tobacco chewing, bull riding, redneck ex husband asks for her help She has two options turn her back on him like he did to her eleven years ago, or help Burdened with the curse of every southern woman What Would Mama Do she goes to his aid And what does she find The man she fell in love with all those years ago and a second chance at love and family The last time she gave her heart to Dwight, he flicked it aside like an empty can of Skoal This time he s cradling it as gently as he would a speckled pup It will take a lot than Dwight s southern charm and good looks to convince Summer to stay.
Redneck Ex With one twang of a banjo string Summer Leigh Johnson s tidy organized life in Barrow Alaska is jolted back to the Ozarks when her coon hunting tobacco chewing bull riding redneck ex husband ask

  • Title: Redneck Ex
  • Author: Claire Croxton
  • ISBN: 9781601549
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Redneck Ex”

    1. This book was well written and I loved it. I highly recommend this book. I like a book that can make me laugh out loud. I will try to add more to this in a few days, I may even have to re-read it to do so.

    2. Reviewed by Patti, Book provided by The Wild Rose Press, and Review originally posted at Romancing the Book.It is with a sweet smile and a little bluegrass playing in the background that I pen this review. During this fantastic journey I learned many things I never knew and met plenty of characters that kept me grinning (sometimes giggling) as well as a few who tugged at my heart. I had no idea what to expect from this book and I went on quite an adventure. There are plenty of books out there ab [...]

    3. Redneck Ex by Claire CroxtonRelease Date: December 22nd, 2011Publisher: The Wild Rose PressPage Count: 311Source: Complimentary copy provided author in exchange for an honest and unbiased reviewWith one twang of a banjo string, Summer Leigh Johnson's tidy, organized life in Barrow, Alaska is jolted back to the Ozarks when her coon-hunting, tobacco-chewing, bull-riding, redneck ex-husband asks for her help. She has two options: turn her back on him like he did to her eleven years ago, or help. Bu [...]

    4. I am not really a Romance Novel reader, but a friend of mine suggested this book to me since the author lives near me. For it being her first book I found it well written, but at points unbelievable. The author seemed to have backed herself into a corner a couple times so some parts felt forced, such as when they left Germany to go back to Arkansas. I felt disappointed as some events and how the main character handled them. As for the style, it is nice to see that the main character isn't some t [...]

    5. I enjoyed this book. Generally a good read, with some "Huh?" moments though. Well paced, it featured an unbelievable (for me) recovery time by the hero. If ever I'm as badly injured, I hope I have his medical team and physiology, because he's almost superman.I found his rationale for their divorce weak, even given their youth. This tarnished the HEA for me, especially given the devastating effect their split had on the heroine.That said, this is the first book I've ever read by this author and I [...]

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