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Say You'll Stay Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B08WKK1RXF
- Publisher : HQN Books (July 1, 2021)
- Publication date : July 1, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 1475 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 100 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #15,730 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Fast read for me but what a great introduction to this wonderful town and lots of lovable and quirky characters. I’ll just bet that when Shaye drove into town she never expected all the “feels” she would get just by visiting. And Lawson…OMG. He is amazing. What a wonderfully sensitive character. What a sense of humor. What dedication and loyalty to his family and friends. And let’s not forget his patience with Shaye.
I won’t retell the story but Shaye has some major thinking to do about her future and her life. Does she move ahead with her plans, and leave town? Or does she stay and build a life in Wishing Tree? Can she trust that folks there are as good, thru and thru, as they seem? Lots of decisions for her! But a great read about Lawson’s and Shaye’s journey to an HEA. Really enjoyed.
The pace is relaxed and the tone is uncertain yet hopeful with a character oriented storyline that has no steam or action. The characters are engaging, although I did want to shake Shaye a little. She couldn't decide what she wanted. I am happy to see that the next story by Susan Mallery will also be set in Wishing Tree with at least one character met in this story. I can't wait. Enjoy this little appetizer of a story whole you are waiting!
I loved getting to know these two people, but more than that, I loved this quirky little town, and the people in it. Everyone from Shaye's landlord to Lawson's family were just lovely. I can't wait for the start of this series, to be able to immerse myself in this world again!
The two hit it off. Lawson tries to get Shaye to staay for a few days, while Shaye resists. Shaye likes what she sees in Wishing Tree and finds a room and a job for a month . Can Lawson convince to stay in Wishing Tree , and can Shaye trust Lawson and accept Wishing Tree as a place to settle down?
Susan Mallery does a wonderful job with the characters and the town. I recommend this book.
Loved these characters along with the rest of quirky residents. Nothing is better than Christmas in July. I highly recommend this quick read on a lazy hot summer afternoon.
Shaye only stopped in town to get something to eat. She never expected to stay long enough to find friends and love. But once she met Lawson she was intrigued enough to stay for a short time.
Find out what happens to her in the story.