"The First Weekend" Timothy Capshaw celebrates his first weekend in Charleston and sees someone he knows will make his trip more worthwhile than he'd ever imagined. "Always Sweet" Bevin Moore's act of charity unsettles her in delicious ways. "Welcome Home" Tim's return to an empty house from a three-month mission overseas wasn't exactly what he'd had in mind....
|Title||:||Trolling Nights: Interludes|
|Number of Pages||:||297 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Trolling Nights: Interludes Reviews
WELL! THE COVER ON THIS BOOK WAS TRULY BEAUTIFUL, TO BAD THE CONTENTS WERE NOT. I DID NOT READ THE FIRST BOOK "TROLLING NIGHTS", EVEN IF I HAD I WOULD NOT HAVE LIKED THIS BOOK. IT HAD SEVERAL LITTLE NOVELLAS, EACH WAS WELL WRITTEN. BUT! I DON'T FEEL THIS HAD ANYTHING BUT A FEW NEEDLESS UPDATES ON THE COUPLE (TIM & BEVIN) IN THE FIRST BOOK, A "WHERE ARE THEY NOW" KINDA STUFF. I KEPT WAITING FOR THE WORDS TO TURN INTO A REASON FOR ME TO BE READING THIS BOOK. NEVER HAPPENED! RATING IF I COULD WOULD BE 1/2 STAR.
I loved Tim & Bevin's story in "Trolling Nights." The Tim in this is short story, "Tolling Nights:Interludes," doesn't hold my heart the way he did in the novel. He's still cute but kinda irrationally jealous.
This just gives you a little more information on the full story.
Ms. Frierson has to be one of the Top 5 IRR writers of all time. This followup was Awesome!I hope that Ms. Frierson will consider resuming her writing career, because she is sorely missed.
On writing alone, this was a nice read. The author portrays all the major characters in a rather respectful way. I look forward to reading other works by her.
A good way to catch up on two of my favorite characters, as well as get a bit more on their back story.
This short Interlude was a nice HOT update on Bevin and Tim Capshaw. Tim is still Scrumptious! Looking forward to another update;-)