Carrie and Hope

Carrie and Hope

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by Joy Argento
     
 

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Artist Carrie Martin was in need of a model for a series of figure paintings. When she happened to meet Hope at a grief support group, she thought she would be perfect for the job. When Hope began to inspire other feelings beyond the art, Carrie decided to keep it a secret. She didn't know Hope had a secret or two of her own. Can these two women set aside their fears,

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Artist Carrie Martin was in need of a model for a series of figure paintings. When she happened to meet Hope at a grief support group, she thought she would be perfect for the job. When Hope began to inspire other feelings beyond the art, Carrie decided to keep it a secret. She didn't know Hope had a secret or two of her own. Can these two women set aside their fears, let the truth out, and find what they need in each other's arms?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012358998
Publisher:
Ride the Rainbow Books
Publication date:
04/09/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
122 KB

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Carrie and Hope 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Scoobyfan More than 1 year ago
"Carrie and Hope" starts out with two women meeting at a grief support group. Both claim to be straight, even though one had a college lesbian experience and has pushed those feelings aside to lead a straight life. The two women grow very close in a short amount of time and soon discover their feelings for each other have grown past frienship. The romance unfolds in a believable time frame and the effects of the love between the two women are true to life. The only reason I give 3 stars is some basic editing and writing errors throughout the book. The main problem I had was the overexplanation of minute details. For example, when the two women go bowling, the author details how the ball is thrown, knocks pins down, then returns through the ball return. Ok, we know how bowling works. There were some redundancies that could have made the story flow better if omitted. I could read through these redundancies, but I can image other readers who may put the book down because of a lack of story flow. Overall, a good story that could be better with a few editing tweaks.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lj-Reynolds More than 1 year ago
Excellent read and great story. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.
Margo-Mags More than 1 year ago
Carrie and Hope by Joy Argento was a wonderful read. I haven't read many lesbian romance novels to be able to compare this, but I've read MANY romance novels in general. This held and captivated my interest from the first page to the last. The characters became very real to me and their individual personalities made them into people I would want for friends. I highly recommend this book at anytime, and especially when you want to believe in romance and love overcoming all else in life.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago