Escape To Koolonga

Escape To Koolonga Emmie Montfort had always been the quiet plain Jane among her beautiful and talented family and it was partly to escape from it all that she had come here to Koolonga to take over her inheritance of

  • Title: Escape To Koolonga
  • Author: Amanda Doyle
  • ISBN: 9780263713794
  • Page: 137
  • Format: None
  • Emmie Montfort had always been the quiet, plain Jane among her beautiful and talented family and it was partly to escape from it all that she had come here to Koolonga to take over her inheritance of a small general store But when she had decided to get away from Sydney she hadn t known just what to expect in Koolonga

    One thought on “Escape To Koolonga”

    1. 3.5 stars rounded up. This was really sweet. The opening reminded me a bit of L.M. Montgomery's The Blue Castle with the "plain Jane" doormatty heroine finally kicking over the traces and asserting herself. The heroine is one of five in a family of attractive achievers. She was the one who stayed home with the aging parents and then helped with her sibling's children. Now, their former governess has left her a general store and a foster family of three children in her will. The heroine is determ [...]

    2. This was the first book from this author that I have read. I had trouble in the beginning. Things moved very slowly with a lot of internal musings that is just not my style. However, once things got rolling, they really rolled and I found myself enjoying it a lot! More like 3.5 stars only because of the slow start

    3. I got to page 67 and I had to stop. The heroine in this one just annoyed the crap out of me and I could not like her. She was so wishy washy and really stupid. Her thoughts were always on a tinkling bell and apricot tree and her sentences were always trailing off. And if she didn't get her way, out comes the trembling lip, pale face and waterworks. Her big heart was so big that it even took in orphans that she hasn't even met yet. Yet I don't think this girl could survive one day by herself. Som [...]

    4. It is an angst free book. If you are a fan of Betty Neel's typical female lead character, this book is for you.

    5. This was a sweet read. I just wish there had been more facetime between the main couple. It felt like the h had more interactions with the secondary characters.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *