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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2012

    Kincaid's Hope

    Another winner by Grace Greene. Suspense, romance, personal struggles in a wonderful setting of a small town in southern Virgina. The bits of the past, in the Craftsman homes and the '60s romance novel made it even better.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 31, 2012

    Beth Kincaid endured an unhappy childhood and left the small tow

    Beth Kincaid endured an unhappy childhood and left the small town life to start over in the city. Her bottled up emotions from the past cause her to live the “tidy” life she thinks she wants to live—yet does not realize isn’t good for her emotional sanity. When a personal crisis ensues, she must return to her childhood home and all of the issues from the past overwhelm her and are a catalyst to bring necessary change to her life. She discovers secrets and learns the truth about the woman who raised her. These revelations unravel her tightly-bound emotions and move her forward into a life-changing journey.

    My review:

    I read Ms. Greene’s debut novel, Beach Rental, and enjoyed that book and was not disappointed with her second novel, Kincaid’s Hope. This is a unique modern-day romantic suspense novel, with eerie gothic tones—a well-played combination, expertly woven into the storyline. This was a different type of book from Ms. Greene’s debut; yet, not in the least disappointing. Rather, she rode the wave of excellent writing in her first novel with the same complex writing style which easily draws the reader in to these interesting characters’ lives.

    The characters were relatable and I enjoyed immersing myself into their story. Once I started reading, I had a hard time stopping at my self-imposed two chapters a night rule. I enjoy reading romantic suspense and loved the intense, suspenseful scenes woven into this novel. I highly recommend Kincaid’s Hope and look forward to reading more of Ms. Greene’s books.

    My Rating (Kincaid’s Hope): 5 Stars—Outstanding Fiction

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2012

    I'm the author and I love this book. I hope you will, too! What

    I'm the author and I love this book. I hope you will, too! What do I like best about it? The courage of the heroine, the setting that includes elements of towns I have loved, and Teddy, the cat. I'd like to know what you liked, so please leave a review and help others decide whether to take a chance on Kincaid's Hope. Thanks!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 14, 2012

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    It was OK - liked Beach Rental better

    I would like to have more depth from Beth the main character as felt she was blah and could have been deeper. I enjoyed Beach Rental better. In the midst of her personal disasters, Beth is called back to her hometown of Preston, a small town in southwestern Virginia, to settle her guardian's estate. There, she runs into the mess she left behind a decade earlier: her alcoholic father, the long-ago sweetheart, Michael, and the poor opinion of almost everyone in town. As she sorts through her guardians™s possessions, Beth discovers that the woman who saved her and raised her had secrets, and the truths revealed begin to chip away at her self-imposed control.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2012

    Not as good as Beach Rental

    In the midst of her personal disasters, Beth is called back to her hometown of Preston, a small town in southwestern Virginia, to settle her guardian's estate. There, she runs into the mess she left behind a decade earlier: her alcoholic father, the long-ago sweetheart, Michael, and the poor opinion of almost everyone in town. As she sorts through her guardians™s possessions, Beth discovers that the woman who saved her and raised her had secrets, and the truths revealed begin to chip away at her self-imposed control.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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