Livin in High Cotton

☆ Livin in High Cotton  ✓ Author ☆ Jennifer Youngblood cyberpunk – johndore.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 334 pages
  • Livin in High Cotton
  • Jennifer Youngblood
  • English
  • 11 September 2017
  • 0972807144

About the Author: Jennifer Youngblood

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Livin in High Cotton Cultured, attractive, and strong willed, Shelby Collins is mature for a sixteen year old One night her father, who has come home drunk, tries to molest her Frightened, she fights him off and flees But, through her many difficulties, she learns that blessings can come in unexpected ways This novel addresses several fundamental human longings. Free Read Livin in High Cotton [ by ] Jennifer Youngblood [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Livin in High Cotton

  1. Johanna says:

    I really loved the story and knowing the authors personally made it even better I like that the south was portrayed in a positive way for a change.

  2. Mary Lou Glass says:

    Exceptionally Good Every chapter left me wanting to dive into the next one These ladies really know how to develop plot, characters and setting.

  3. Pattisue says:

    Based on a true story set in 1923 in the deep South, this historical novel highlights several characters fight to survive through good times and bad Life travels comfortably down a smooth road, and just when the complacent traveler is convinced of the outcome, a bend in the road changes everything Southern charm and genteel manners collide with bigotry and hatred as the book illustrates a decade in the life and struggles of Shelby Collins The plot jumps around quite a bit through time and Based on a true story set in 1923 in the deep South, this historical novel highlights several characters fight to survive through good times and bad Life travels comfortably down a smooth road, and just when the complacent traveler is convinced of the outcome, a bend in the road changes everything Southern charm and genteel manners collide with bigotry and hatred as th...

  4. stephanie says:

    It could have been better I feel like it dragged on and on and everything was great until almost the end There could have beenromance between Harlan and Shelby and something about them getting married and havingkids and it didn t it was in the epilogue which is a disappointment and I think we should have read a littleabout Shelby s brother and sister and which way life sent them just so muchcould have been added but I think the author had good intentions just neededIt could have been better I feel like...

  5. Michelle says:

    It s hard to rate the first book you read after a phenomenal book That is the case with this book So, I think my rating is slightly lower because of that I didn t find the story line very compelling in this book and kind of weak and predictable The writing was just okay The know the blurb about the book indicated it would beof a ...

  6. Embgram says:

    Not what I expectedThis could have been a good story of love and redemption Instead it rambled on getting lost inandinjustice There were never any consequence for any of the crimes committed The only one asking for forgiveness comes at the end and just hangs there.

  7. Kristi says:

    3.5 A good clean romance Full of interesting characters and generational issues that follow a family This touch and go romance keeps you rooting for the main characters that they can overcome the unfair cruelties life hands them Read it in a day, kept me reading.

  8. Carol Van says:

    Excellent book What a riveting book It made you feel like you were right there living during the Great Depression and the hard times they had to go through.

  9. Anita says:

    Very good story I recommend it

  10. Angeline says:

    Great read Although at times predictable, I enjoyed reading this through to the end I am so glad I did Thank you.