Magnolia Secrets -My Review

In my opinion most good stories start slow, and Magnolia Secrets does as well, but not for long.

There is a steamy scene that sets the stage for nice plot tension through the rest of the book; and as the narrative moves onward one can sense the "build-up", and that makes you want to read on to see what happens next. You'll be rewarded for your long bouts of reading by surprises at the end too.

 

The scene that stands out to me the most is worth mentioning. It is about midway through the book, when Evan is so angry with Lainey he won't (or can't) even listen to her. He will not trust her or listen to reason. For me this was the part that grabbed my emotions, and kept me fearing for Lainey, wondering if she'd be OK at the finish.

 

I like the plot, the dialogue is realistic, and the chapters set a good reading pace. This is a

solid story by Beth Hale, and I recommend it highly.

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  • #1

    Custom Assignment Writing Help (Thursday, 19 October 2017 00:23)

    The scene that emerges to me the most merits saying. It is about halfway through the book, when Evan is so furious with Lainey he won't (or can't) hear her out. He won't believe her or yield to common sense. As I would like to think most great stories begin moderate, and Magnolia Secrets does too, however not for long.

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    Write my Research Papers (Thursday, 19 October 2017 00:43)

    For me this was the part that snatched my feelings and kept me dreading for Lainey, pondering. like the plot, the discourse is practical, and the sections set a decent perusing pace. This is a strong story by Beth Hale, and I prescribe it exceedingly.

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    USA Assignment Writing Expert (Thursday, 19 October 2017 00:50)

    There is a hot scene that sets the phase for pleasant plot pressure through whatever remains of the book, and as the account moves ahead one can detect the "development", and that influences you to need to peruse on to perceive what occurs next. You'll be compensated for your long episodes of perusing by shocks toward the end as well. He won't believe her or yield to common sense. For me this was the part that got my feelings and kept me dreading for Lainey, thinking about whether she'd be OK toward the wrap-up.