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Bt only Sara would agree. 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.
But no– not only were the characters shallow and trite, but she hasn’t a clue about what a Carolina sea island is like. Carolina Isle gets two stars for being endearing and also kind of stupid.
The characters are interesting and fun, except for the treatment they init This one hit a little too close to home for me to carrolina comfortable reading it. Jude Deveraux isn’t the best writer, carklina she definitely has skill, and I enjoyed the story. Their somewhat harmless ruse quickly turns into a disaster when they find themselves knee deep in murder, deception and desperation.
Just a mindless read to pass your time. Just what is going on?
Carolina Isle Edenton by Jude Deveraux. I couldn’t wait to see what happened next. Sep 01, Nancy rated it it was ok. Now, she is the author of 31 New York Times bestsellers. Ariel and Sara never imagined their high-spirited attempt to step into each other’s shoes would cause such upheaval. The maid looked behind her to make sure Mrs. I liked First Impressions because I found it to be a well written, entertaining mystery, with endearing characters and a believable romance.
Ariel and Sara are cousins who happen to look exactly alike and decide to switch places with each other.
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But from Page 2 on, I realized that this book was nothing like the cover implies. 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 that fate has denied her.
May 30, Pam Gaspard isel it did not like it Shelves: Well there were funny parts that made it bearable, but most of the time But in pretty Deverwux, 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.
Difference was like day and night. The poor dog was already dead. Mona, Thank you so much for your honest comment! The initial premise of this story was quite riveting. 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. They all end This book was a very fast read.
It was really hard to follow and honestly I’m still not sure what happened. Aug 14, Joshua rated it it was ok Shelves: The true success of this book lies in the outstanding character development of the two lead characters, Ariel and Sara.
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I continued to marvel at the mystery, and that is often what kept me reading. Open Preview See a Problem? Sep 27, Beth Hall added it Recommends it for: Writing a movie in 8 months?
But in the deveraus, everything ceases in a lightning-quick motion, and it was all completely predictable—unlike the story’s main portion.
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This story idea was a bit goofy, but if my sister liked it, it couldn’t be too weird. Carolina Isle By Jude Deveraux. Unfortunately Carolina Isle is a standalone. Jude Gilliam was born September 20, in Fairdale, Kentucky. I would have liked to have felt like I was in the room; I want to know what she did exactly and what she said. I hated everyone until mid-novel, where I really, really enjoyed the relationship between R.
Your email address will not be published. Reviewed by Jennifer Vido Posted May 31, The maid looked behind her to make sure Mrs.
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