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Lacy When Lacy Jarrett is compromised into marriage with Cole Whitehall, she learns the boy she flirted with not so long ago has been changed by the horrors of war But Lacy s undying love for the handsome Texan is her destiny, and she vows to reignite the desire dormant in their souls Reissue. New Read [ Lacy ] Author [ Diana Palmer ] – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. Once in a while you come across a DP book that reminds you why she s an author you keep coming back to despite some really appalling books and lean spells Lacy begins in the typical DP way trying to push lot of background info in the first few pages about the h H, his family, history of the time, the war, his post war ptsd behaviour etc And then puts it on a loop for the next chapter as well So what s so great about it To begin with, the era works The roaring 20s We have the prohibitio Once in a while you come across a DP book that reminds you why ...

  2. One of the rare romance novels that I enjoyed It actually had a storyline and character development beyond the sex part of a romance novel The characters were also very likeable.

  3. Unique in every way This book It was strange unique for DP..it was three stories in one had so much drama scandal I loved it I loved the ending it was perfect and exactly what you wanted after reading it all I was team Blake he was to me so much better than Turk I was so happy with the twist ending Loved it so glad I finally read this one I loved the roaring 20 s theme for some reason I love Palmers historical fictionthan anything I hated Ben he Unique in every way This book It was strange unique for DP..it was three stories in one had so much drama scandal I loved it I loved the ending it was perfect and exactly what you wanted after r...

  4. Cole Whitehall Lacy Jarrett he was a rancher and because of her parents death early in life she came to live with the Whitehalls and his little brother locked them in a shed as a joke so everyone thought that they had sex so Cole married Lacy this was in the early 1900 s then Cole went away to the war and he was badly burned and didn t think Lacy would want him and he also beleived that he couldn t father a child so he tried to not love her but after a time he gave into desire and this produce Cole Whitehall Lacy Jarrett he was a rancher and because of her parents death early in life she came to live with the Whitehalls and his little brother locked them in a shed as a joke so everyone thought that they had sex so Cole married Lacy this was in the early 1900 s then Cole went away to the war and he was badly burned and didn t think Lacy would want him and he also beleived that he couldn t father a child so he tried to not love her but after a time he gave into desire and this produced a child and they lived happly even after Turk Katy he was a friend that Cole brought home from the war whom had saved Cole life and Katy was Cole younger sister Cole has warned Turk not to get involved with his little sister but he still fell in love with her and the...

  5. This one this one Classic 80s, with all the silent fuming men and the emotional ladies and whatnot The B plot is weirrrd and the whole thing just seems like a bunch of people who cannot move on with their lives.

  6. Eh. Didn t do anything for me

  7. I m still reeling from this book It was so totally unlike a regular Diana Palmer O Especially Katy, Cole s sister So completely not like your regular DP heroine She was too immature and uncaring I didn t like her one bit But she really didn t deserve all the stuff that happened to her.Even the story wasn t written the way she usually writes There were three couples stories in this one, and even though this book is supposed to be Lacy and Cole s, it felt like it was all about Katy.An I m still reeling from this book It was so totally unlike a regular Diana Palmer O Especially Katy, Cole s sister So completely not like your regular DP heroine She was too immature and uncaring I didn t like her one bit But she really didn t deserve all the stuff that happened to her.Even the story wasn t written the way she usually writes There were three couples stories in this one, and even though this book is supposed to be Lacy and Cole s, it felt like it was all about Katy.Anyways, I m not sure how to rate this book While on one hand I loved loved loved Lacy and Coleman s story, I hated Katy s I ve said...

  8. I am most pleasantly surprised I haven t read too much of Diana Palmer, but I enjoyed the books I ve read so far She spins her tale so you really want to know what is going to happen next This novel was no different it was better This is probably the only romance over I ve ever read where we follow three couples through their romances Not only do we get to read all the tender moments and juicy moments between Cole and Lacy as they learn to be honest with one another, but we also have a rat I am most pleasantly surprised I haven t read too much of Diana Palmer, but I enjoyed the books I ve read so far She spins her tale so you really want to know what is going to happen next This novel was no different it was better This is probably the only romance over I ve ever read where we follow three couples through their romances Not only do we get to read all the tender moments and juicy moments between Cole and Lacy as they learn to be honest with one another...

  9. As a fan of Diana Palmer s category romance books, I have to say that I was quite surprised by the complexity of story and character depths The story manages to develop three romances, each affording the characters a genuine opportunity to examine their self limitations and grow beyond them.Katy s story touched and delighted me the most I have never read a Diana Palmer book in which a woman is caught up in so much pain and abuse that she finds herself loving one man Turk , being married to an As a fan of Diana Palmer s category romance books, I have to say that I was quite surprised by the complexity of story and character depths The story manages to develop three romances, each affording the characters a genuine opportunity to examine their self limitations and grow beyond them.Katy s story touched and delighted me the most I have never read a Diana Palmer book in which a woman is caught up in so much pain and abuse that she finds herself loving one man Turk , being married to another, then opening her heart and giving her body to the third Blake while still loving the first Turk The relationship between Katy and Blake, and their life long lo...

  10. Even though I have a slight confusion especially when the story jumps from Lacy to Katy and to Faye, I enjoyed this book So basically there are three stories in a book It s Lacy and Cole s, Katy and Turk s and Faye and Ben s I liked everything, but Katy s s...