Carolina Isle and First Impressions [Jude Deveraux] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ariel and Sara never imagined their high-spirited. New York Times bestselling author and “master storyteller” (Literary Times) Jude Deveraux uncovers the passions and scandals that take a small town by storm. Carolina Isle by Jude Deveraux – New York Times bestselling author and “master storyteller” (Literary Times) Jude Deveraux uncovers the passions and.
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Price may vary by retailer. The true success of this book lies in the outstanding character development of the two lead characters, Ariel and Sara.
There were a lot of unexpected, jawdropping surprises – I couldn’t put carolinaa book down.
Photograph by Kim Jew. Other books in the series. To ask other readers questions about Carolina Isleplease sign up. That this could be published is proof, I suppose, that anyone, anywhere can write any kind of drivel and have hope that someone will print it and sell it.
She liked what she saw. She began writing inand published her first book, The Enchanted Land under the name Jude Deveraux. Carolina Isle gets two stars for being endearing and also kind of stupid.
Carolina Isle By Jude Deveraux. But in pretty Arundel, North Carolina, nothing is as it seems — including the dangers that are closing in on their new dream lives, as the deepest of fears and darkest of secrets and betrayals come to light.
I wish with all my heart that she had taken a little more time to “tie up all loose ends. This story shows that you cannot judge a book by it’s cover! Return to Book Page. Carolina Isle Trade Paperback Log in or register now! Thanks for telling us about the problem. More books from this author: New York Times bestselling author and “master storyteller” Literary Times Jude Deveraux uncovers the passions and scandals that take a small town by storm when two cousins switch lives.
In my judgment, the author rushed things at the end because the book was already over pages. On the whole the story was good and I enjoyed it once I had finished. Sorry babe- you blew it in my mind.
Advanced Search Reviews Search. Ruth April 12, Reply. It was like the author had a bunch of haphazard ideas and put them together to form a wild and full of nonsense story! While the mystery was explicated, it was rushed and did not even make a lot of sense, in my opinion.
Carolina Isle | Book by Jude Deveraux | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster Canada
Comments may not appear immediately. After I read First Impressions I was excited to pick up this companion novel. Jul 17, Janet rated it it was ok Shelves: Refresh and try again. The whole island mystery was fairly well told, with some nicely paced judr through it. Within the last pages, I became increasingly di This is my April “Just For Fun Book,” and most of up lived up to my expectations.
Southern belle Ariel is determined to win the heart of a man who doesn’t know she exists, while Sara yearns to leave behind her hardscrabble existence and taste the good life mude fate has denied her. University of Winnipeg Deverauxx. Sep 06, Ann rated it really liked it Shelves: My favorite author Jude never disappoints me. On impulse, Ariel messed up her hair.
Carolina Isle | Book by Jude Deveraux | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster
I would probably go 2. Two cousins, Ariel and Sara, switch identities since they look so much alike. I signed up to read this thinking it was about cousins switching places? The lifelong pen pals, who look exactly alike, meet for the first time in their twenties and embark on a daring adventure of changing identities. A very slight mystery, two romance stories in one, it is dsveraux great beach read.
Just a mindless read to pass your time. But in the end, everything ceases in a lightning-quick motion, and it was all completely predictable—unlike the story’s main portion. New York Times bestselling author Jude Deveraux uncovers the passions and scandals that take a small town by storm when two cousins switch lives. It was like a train wreck. See more by Carolinna Deveraux.
Yeah, not what I expected. The secondary characters play a significant role in the novel and add the perfect amount of spice and charm. The premise is ridiculous: