White Dog: Bourbonland Short Stories and Novellas #6

White Dog: Bourbonland Short Stories and Novellas #6

by Jennifer Bramseth

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940161947678
Publisher: Woodford Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/11/2018
Series: Bourbonland Short Stories and Novellas , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 84,344
File size: 827 KB

About the Author

Jennifer Bramseth is a Kentucky native and lifelong resident. She lives next to a major thoroughbred horse farm and within minutes of several legendary bourbon distilleries.

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White Dog: Bourbonland Short Stories and Novellas #6 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Could not put this down!! I absolutely love these books and this one is no exception...The suspense of waiting for Corrie’s moment and hidden secrets. You don’t want to miss out!
JanetO 3 months ago
Leave it to Jennifer Bramseth to have Clay and Corrie clear up some very important issues between themselves BUT still have some major complications. She keeps me on the edge of my seat with these two characters. I’m not complaining, l love all the drama and intrigue that’s going on. The Bourbonland series is one of my favorites.
Lashea677 3 months ago
Bramseth is an author's author. She loves a good story, no matter what genre it encompasses. I can totally relate. White Dog is a tale about life at it's most heartbreaking. Love at it's most chaotic and hope on the cusp of despair. Clay is coping with an uncertain future and Coraleigh is dealing with a new kind of normal. Along the way, we encounter old friends, new friends and a hint of something more. This rainy day read packs a lot of living in a small bundle.
MaryJoMI 3 months ago
Clay and Corrie are an amazing couple that isn’t a couple. This is a fabulous short story that gives us more insight into these two as the deal with the daily challenge’s in their worlds. Clay is dealing with a false imprisonment while Corrie is coping with her father’s declining health. To experience the depth of the love they feel for each other but can’t let the world know about is sometimes sad. Their father’s feud drives so many of the choices they make. I really want their full novel now after getting this amazing glimpse into their story. I voluntarily read an ARC of this book and this is my honest review.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Loved that Clay and Corrie confesses their love for one another. Hopefully they will get their happily ever after soon. The book was great.
CathyGeha 3 months ago
White Dog by Jennifer Bramseth Bourbonland Short Stories and Novellas #6 I love the way the author uses the shorter stories to keep us posted on various characters in the series. In this one we find out what good friends Milla and Leo are to both Clay London and Coraleigh, find out a bit about Candace and Ting with the idea they will be getting a HEA eventually, hear more about Guy Vansant and are left HOPING that Coraleigh and Clay may eventually manage to get their HEA, too, although knowing the two of them they could still mess things up again if they are not careful. I love this author’s writing and look forward to her next book as soon as it is out. Thank you to the author for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars