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Pelican’s Landing Audiobook

Pelican’s Landing

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Publisher's Summary

The high-powered high life loses all its allure in the face of family tragedy. A return to the Gulf Coast life and a chance to reconnect and reclaim what really matters leads to unexpected passion and a final chance at true love in this tumultuous summer romance from best-selling author Gerri Hill!

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    Me & My Girls 01-14-16 Member Since 2016

    Delight in the journey and the struggle on the road to your dreams

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    "Typical Hill; Predictable But Still Good"

    I'm a huge fan of lesbian romance and for all of it's weaknesses this one rates on the high end of the genre for me. The first Gerri Hill book offered on Audible was Snow Falls, and I loved it despite a number of those weaknesses. To a large extent this audiobook was Snow Falls goes to the beach, the two main characters were again a tightly wound, successful career woman, and a late blooming wallflower who still considers herself straight, and has a domineering mother. I liked it almost as much as I did Snow Falls and as always there were several passages that brought big sloppy tears to my eyes and down my cheeks.
    One problem that I have with this author and many other baby boomer writers who attempt to write millennial characters and their families. They deal with all the old prejudices and mores that they had to encounter and deal with in their twenties as if the social and political landscape hasn't changed since then. Both lead characters are practically virgins (the author is a bit vague about Jordan's sexual history) and the attitudes that exist, particularly those of Annie's mother are over the top. I'm not saying that people like Clara no longer exist, but I'm in a community in the rural south and I don't come across very many people who are living that far in the past. Also Jordan's big time job in Chicago is never referred to in any specificity, all we're told is that it's in finance and she has to deal with a client in Tokyo. Then both lead characters, one in her late twenties the other in her mid thirties who never seem to comment on each other's bodies. It sounds to me like Annie's pregnancy took her from a barely B cup, to a heavy C and Jordan addresses it as if she were Annie's obstetrician. In any case despite the repetitive plot and those issues with detail, if like romance, particularly lesbian romance; get it.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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    Harris Henderson, TX, United States 01-17-17
    Harris Henderson, TX, United States 01-17-17 Member Since 2014
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    "TRASH"

    I wish the description had stated this book was about homosexuals and I wouldn't have wasted mY time or money.

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    Ay Caramba USA 01-05-17
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    "Boring, generic plot"

    If you like cliched characters that have the same conversations about 5 times, whose motivations are stuck in the 80s, and a plot driven by their own pessimism, than you'll love this story. Hill can write a decent sex scene or two and that's about all this story had.

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    "Very sweet story"

    I love this story. It is surprisingly well written, and it held my attention beautifully. It's such a sweet, feel-good story.

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    "love this narrator"

    awesome story with awesome reading. she has a way of pulling you in. love it

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    Musefish Press 02-23-16 Member Since 2015
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    "A joy."

    Gerri Hill once again delivers a simple love story. her characters are engaging and robust. Her dialogue is playful and often has me smiling and laughing. bravo

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