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↠´ Dust Devil » Download by ✓ Rebecca Brandewyne This book was apparently written in 1996, but it almost feels like it s much older It s VERY dated I was alive in 1996 and I don t recall Italians being in relationships with non italians being considered interracial and shocking Everyone in this book is insanely racist, backward and ignorant It felt like a small town in the 50s, not set in the 80s 90s Other than that, it s VERY long and the characters are all exaggerated and cartoonish But weirdly I didn t hate the book, I liked the history between the H h and how sweet their relationship as friends was when they were kids I personally like the secret baby trope, which is what inspired me to read this The hero was pretty old fashioned in his bossiness and alpha ways, and the h was pretty much a weakling doormat as soon as she got within 100 feet of the H I can t say I recommend this book, but I d Popular ePub, Dust Devil By Rebecca Brandewyne This is very good and becomes the main topic to read, the readers are very takjup and always take inspiration from the contents of the book Dust Devil, essay by Rebecca Brandewyne.
Is now on our website and you can download it by register what are you waiting for? Please read and make a refission for you Infuriating view spoiler BackstoryHero Renzo was 22 to heroine Sarah s 17 when they fell in love He took her virginity, promising undying love and marriage But they never married because Renzo accidentally killed a man and left their small town in a big hurry without Sarah he hadn t been thinking straight Renzo apparently sent letters to Sarah and called soon after, but the letters were torn up by her mother and their phone disconnected His mother, meanwhile, had told him Sarah had married and left town Problem 1Maybe it s a bit too much to hope Turdo would have stayed celibate during his 11 12 year separation from Chastity who, of course, remained chaste in heart and body all the while raising their secret baby mostly by herself , This book was apparently written in 1996, but it almost feels like it s much older It s VERY dated I was alive in 1996 and I don t recall Italians being in relationships with non italians being considered interracial and shocking Everyone in this book is insanely racist, backward and ignorant It felt like a small town in the 50s, not set in the 80s 90s Other than that, it s VERY long and the characters are all exaggerated and cartoonish But weirdly I didn t hate the book, I liked the history between the H h and how sweet their relationship as friends was when they were kids I personally like the secret baby trope, which is what inspired me to read this The hero was pretty old fashioned in his bossiness and alpha ways, and the h was pretty much a weakling doormat as soon as she got within 100 feet of the H I can t say I recommend this book, but I d I absolutely adored this book Lots of angst, emotions I couldn t put it down I particularly like books in which the characters have history The two main characters grew up together, fell in love, but circumstances forced them apart They come together 11 years later, clear their misunderstandings, and love stronger than ever Sarah is a sweet likeable heroine who stays true and brings up their son, and Renzo is a hot, handsome, self made man who has always loved Sarah Definitely worth a read I wish there were books like this.
I absolutely adored this book Lots of angst, emotions I couldn t put it down I particularly like books in which the characters have history The two main characters grew up together, fell in love, but circumstances forced them apart They come together 11 years later, clear their misunderstandings, and love stronger than ever Sarah is a sweet likeable heroine who stays true and brings up their son, and Renzo is a hot, handsome, self made man who has always loved Sarah Definitely worth a read I wish there were books like this.
Somewhere between 3 and 4 stars, I just don t know how to rate it The first part was great, loved the story about young love The second part, when all the misunderstandings about secret child and lost love were solved, just went downhill I felt like reading another book, a suspense book Good thing is the second part is about 70% towards the end.
I LOVE this book It s absolutely wonderful.
This book has some serious potential, but unfortunately the characters not only fell flat, but downright angered me The character of Renzo is nothing but a misogynistic, manipulative tool who does what he pleases while claiming to love the heroine, Sarah Sarah herself is flighty and weak, allowing herself to be manipulated not only by the hero, but another character as well This read like a medieval romance novel than a modern romance, and the amount of racism and prejudice present in the book felt a lot like a small 1950 s town although admittedly, I cannot speak from experience whether this was an accurate portrayal of rural midwestern America in the mid 1990s or not.
Further, I found there to be a TON of run on sentences and just generally confusing writing Overall, the book angered and frustrated me, and I am frankly surprised I ke Loved this book Very interesting story line that kept me turning the pages.
3,5 stars.
It was good It was written in the 90s so some of the norms in the book are not the norms now Other then that it was ok.

Born in Knoxville, Tennessee, Rebecca lived in Knoxville and then, later, Chattanooga for the first few years of her life After that, she and her family moved to Kansas, where she grew up, spending her summers in Alabama, visiting both sets of her grandparents She says she s just a country girl with a dash of big city sprinkled in for spice But having traveled extensively in the United States,