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The Last Honest Woman by Nora Roberts is the first book in The O’Hurleys series and introduces the fun-loving O’Hurleys, a family of die-hard entertainers with triplet girls and an older brother who grow up on the road.
The first of this four-book series, introduces Abigail, the middle of the triplets, who at 18 marries the man of her dreams, a famous racecar driver who turns out to be nothing of what she’d hoped for.
Each book deals with a different personality and the different life issues each of the siblings must confront. Although this book is not my favorite of the series, it was an entertaining read that took me away from my hectic life to the comfort of Abby’s horse farm and her relationship with journalist Dylan Crosby.
I always find people’s critique interesting to read. One of the critics on Goodreads states that she thought this book was not smart enough. If you want smart you don’t read popular romance books, you turn to the classics. Popular romance is written for simple entertainment. They’re an escape to help you tone down your overly tired mind. And The Last Honest Woman is exactly that. It’s a sweet, but simple, easy to read story.
FUN FACT: 70+ million people in the USA enjoy one romance novel yearly.
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On an ongoing basis, I maintain a How-To-Describe word document. It’s a list that contains descriptions for emotions, scenarios, and people that I use from time to time in my writing when my brain turns to mush. Lists like these serve the purpose of getting an idea started when my brain turns to mush, which happens when I’ve been writing for eight straight hours.
Below find some lines from my How-To-Describe file that may help your drained brain along.
I normally document the information, as it comes to me by category in order to make it easy when searching for the right description.
I will add to the list and post new categories for your reference from time to time.
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