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Take Me to the Good Parts of This Book
Warning: The Good Parts Might Be Explicit
- First Meeting
- A lonesome lumberjack sizes up a tiny chickadee.
- It Might Be Love
- It's not Dani's fault she fills John's body with lust.
- The ballet of lips intoxicates Dani.
- Flirty Banter
- Dani and John banter with batter.
- It Might Be Love
- Richard tries to talk some sense into John.
Big John Thompson returns from the spring river drive to find the man he hired to cook for the lumberjacks is a slip of a girl - Danielle Jones. To make matters worse, Miss Jones decides John needs a wife, and sets out to find him one....
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By Yvonne H great fan on 02-22-13
Slow be good listen
What did you love best about A Wife for Big John?
This was one of those books you get because all the one's you like you already have abd don't expect it to be any good. Well I was wrong this was a really good book, enjoyed it for beginning to the end. Great listen. Nana V
Who was your favorite character and why?
Big John was a really well written and I enjoyed listen to what he would try not to do next.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By John on 01-15-13
Wholesome Historical with an Unusual Venue
If you are looking for a historical romance that is a little out of the ordinary, then you may like this book. The story revolves around Big John who is strong, silent lumberjack who may look intimidating but is actually a big softy deep down inside. The heroine, Dani is a spitfire who works hard to doing whatever it takes for her loved ones to be happy. The love story between the two is rather G rated compared to other historical romances of our time, but it will still grab the readers interests.
What makes this book stand out is the insight it gives the reader into life in a logging community along the Mississippi River at the turn of the last century. I had no idea how a lumber camp works seasonally, or about logging drives down the Mississippi. I did not know about the setting up of hospitals by the Sisters to care for the lumberjacks. I personally love historical romances, but I get tired of them always being set in Regency London, the Scottish Highlands, or a Texas cattle ranch; this was a little something different!
7 of 8 people found this review helpful