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What I enjoy about Ms. Smith's books is that I also learn something new. In this one, I learn about running an orchard. I'm not sure if this is all true to a real orchard business, but it sure seemed real to me. This added educations appeals to me.
While I enjoy being entertained by a romance story, if I am also taught something new about a field I've her had much information about, all the better. Now to the characters. I liked Hush. She is a strong woman who wants to carry on a family business with tradition and pride. I felt for her as the First family felt they were better than her.
I really disliked the First family. The President and his wife were so damn condescending to me. Do they know, they are NOT royalty? They are fucking public servants. Oh wait, just the President is a fucking public servant. How they let their power go to their head. What one would think the story is about Hush's Harvard graduate son and the daughter of the President, it's really about Hush and the struggles of her life.
Her romance which is what I enjoyed. The nephew of the President name escapes me is stuck between a rock and a hard place. I'm glad he felt torn and finally came to see the light. Recommended for romance lovers. Aug 03, Robin rated it liked it Shelves: contemporary-romance , This story is about a woman named Hush McGillen, who has pulled herself out of poverty to make her family's apple orchard into a big business. She sends her son to Harvard, but after a couple years he comes speeding back to the family farm with a wife in tow.
The wife is the daughter of the President of the United States! Now the heroine's life is upside-down. There are secret service agents everywhere she looks and the media is swarming. And the President has sent his nephew, a retired Lt Colon This story is about a woman named Hush McGillen, who has pulled herself out of poverty to make her family's apple orchard into a big business.
This is the second book I've read by this author and I'm having a hard time with her writing style. The first 50 pages were about the heroine's childhood, her marriage and her love for the family farm. Finally the story moved back to the present and started getting interesting. Around page 80 we are introduced to the hero President's nephew and then we have pages of his background. The book is told in first person point-of-view.
Half of it is from Hush's POV and the other half is from the nephews.
The actual story in the present is pretty good My rating: 3. Feb 14, Jaime Atkins rated it it was amazing Shelves: read-in This was a really good book. Deborah Smith is an author I discovered while browsing the library. Her books are descriptive, engaging, and deep. She doesn't write with flowery words and silly romantic notions. Her books are stories filled with layers from past to present, emotions that tangle with the readers own, to make it more real.
I have read others of hers and really enjoyed them, but I had skipped over this one several times. The premise of involvement with the President and First Lady This was a really good book.
The premise of involvement with the President and First Lady somehow didn't grab me. It should have. Let's just say Hush and the First Lady don't hit it off and the sparks that fly will make you double over in laughter. I loved it. Hush was great to read about Aug 21, Heidi rated it liked it. I wish I could give half stars, because I would give this 2. I did enjoy the story, and yes it did make me cry near the end.
So why 2. There were quite a few missing words, the wrong word, etc.
Plus there was one entire section that the first paragraph started out from one person's pov, the next paragraph switched to something entirely different and then went to another pov before finishing the section out by going back to the first person's pov. I had t I wish I could give half stars, because I would give this 2. I had to read it about 3 times, and I will admit that I still am not entirely sure what went on in that section. I just can't believe that people read the book before it was published and they didn't say wait that part doesn't make sense.
I liked the plot, in concept, and the book was an enjoyable read. Hush wants two things: to grow her apples, and for her son to have better opportunities than she did. Both are endangered when said son suddenly leaves Harvard and returns home with his new wife, whose father is President of the United States.
There's not much substance here, and the book was as fluffy as an apple pancake fresh off the griddle. Smith tries to make the plot deeper, more complex, but never quite succeeds more than s I liked the plot, in concept, and the book was an enjoyable read. Smith tries to make the plot deeper, more complex, but never quite succeeds more than superficially. This book started out strong and kept me interested.
Some really unique, complex main characters who are around age 40 I like when they're somewhat older , beautiful scenes, nice descriptions, humor, good romance, and a powerful female protag. I have already ordered more books from this author. The Kindle formatting issues were a distraction. The author seemed to forget what she had written at times In one paragraph, she takes the battery out of the phone and locks it in a drawer, and in the next paragraph she is talking on her cell phone.
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Other than those distractions, it was a good story, and I enjoyed it very much. An interesting read -- I picked this up on one of the amazon kindle sales and couldn't put it down. Although the plot was intriguing and the characters were interesting, theres just something about this book that didn't quite draw me in the way I was expecting Apr 18, Lisa rated it it was ok. I read this book because I enjoyed her contributions to The Mossy Creek series so much. I was disappointed. Mar 16, Beth Duke rated it really liked it.
I did not expect to love it, and feared it was far too romance-y for me. However, the story is so well told and the characters so vivid, I really enjoyed it. Sweet Hush is far more than a romance, and a truly absorbing read. Jun 21, Anita rated it really liked it Shelves: owned , chic-lit , southern-stories , family-stories. Apple farmer Hush McGillen Tackery has strong armed her wayward young married life, family history and apple orchards into a productive and rewarding life for her family.
When her only son brings home a new secret wife- none other than the President of the United States, daughter - there are secret service agents and one dark and mysterious man who follows and turns her life upside down. May 25, Becky rated it really liked it.