- Title: Larkspur Road
- Author: Jill Gregory
- ISBN: 9780425250891
- Page: 451
- Format: Mass Market Paperback
In this touching new novel by New York Times bestselling author Jill Gregory, a woman comes face to face with a love from her past and finds the chance to heal Fifth grade teacher Mia Quinn expected a tranquil summer in her hometown of Lonesome Way, Montana, sewing for her quilting group s exhibition fundraiser and caring for her rescued dog, Samson But all her plansIn this touching new novel by New York Times bestselling author Jill Gregory, a woman comes face to face with a love from her past and finds the chance to heal Fifth grade teacher Mia Quinn expected a tranquil summer in her hometown of Lonesome Way, Montana, sewing for her quilting group s exhibition fundraiser and caring for her rescued dog, Samson But all her plans for a relaxing break are thrown out the window when Travis Tanner the boy who broke her heart in high school returns to town with his ten year old adopted step son A former FBI agent, the boy Mia once knew is now well over six feet of male muscle and he still has the power to make Mia lose her train of thought with just a glance When Travis asks her to tutor his troubled son, Mia quickly discovers that the sparks between them are hotter than ever As danger comes to Lonesome Way and family secrets come to light, will Travis and Mia realize that love can be even better the second time around
Recent Comments "Larkspur Road"
You know you found a new favorite series, when you look forward to reading about the characters again and being back in the small town of Lonesome Way. I like that each character is different and you get whose who based on their personality. That and there's a theme for each book. Plus it ties up loose ends or whatever arc is going on and I appreciate that. The covers I especially like. Gives an idea on what the setting is like and that the title has something to do with the storyline. Anyway, t [...]
4 Stars!Some of my favorite reading enjoyment is in small town romance series.' This series has been fun to read so far. There is romance, of course but there is also the secondary characters that are also around making the story that much more relative. Larkspur Road is a story of second chance for Travis Tanner and Mia Quinn. There is also two small subplots going on as well. The first including Mia's niece which I think the story would have been better without. The second subplot had to do wi [...]
3/5 (C)Hmmmm, frankly, Larkspur Road was not a bad book, but it wasn't a wowzer either. It's actually a hard book to grade for me because it had some really good elements, but unfortunately, it suffered from one major flaw.The good elements include likable characters and a very set-up, both relationship-wise and setting-wise. I actually thought the first couple of chapters were the best since readers were being introduced to Mia, Travis and Grady and all the connections. As I said, Mia and Travi [...]
Very good book. Travis has returned to Lonesome Way to live. He has brought his stepson along for the summer. Mia is looking forward to a nice quiet summer break. Instead, she gets Travis, her niece Brittany, and a family secret to discover. Travis would really like a second chance with Mia, but she wants nothing to do with him. He does manage to convince her to tutor his son which puts them in frequent contact. The attraction is immediate and intense. Mia also is trying to get to know her estra [...]
Meh. It's really all I can say about this one. Hero comes back to town after a long absence and decides to get back together with his high school sweetheart, the heroine, who he Dumped Rather Cruelly when she was 16 (but we're never given any real details about what he said to her that was so awful). Heroine gives it a token You-Hurt-My-Feelings-You-Jerk try, but she's basically given up the ghost after two scenes together and his Amazing Kisses of Luuurv. There are several subplots, including t [...]
Larkspur Road, Lonesome Way #2, by Jill GregoryGrade: B+“Don’t look so thrilled. It might go to my head.”Larkspur Road is the second book in Jill Gregory’s Lonesome Way series and it is an amazing contemporary romance novel. This book picks up about a year after Sage Creek ends and is the story of Mia Quinn and Travis Tanner both of whom we met in Sage Creek. Mia and Travis was THE couple in high school and everyone thought they would get married including Mia. Everything changed when ri [...]
Eh.Not much of a struggle here in this second-chance romance. The hero and heroine are fairly stock and both oblivious. Especially to the stalker subplot, which is sort of out of character for a FBI agent!Didn't love it, didn't hate it. Honestly had no opinion of this. It was all very bland.
This book was a really good, easy reading book, until I got to about 50% thru itd then it became a great book! I couldn't put it down~~~I loved it!!!
I liked it, but it was a bit too sweet.
Travis and Mia have a broken past that needs healing so they can move forward. Can a first love end up being your last love forever? They're not the only ones in Lonesome Way whose story will touch your heart. And if you're a quilter, you'll love this one!Travis Tanner goes back home to Lonesome Way, Montana to consider a new start after the death of his partner. Taking a leave of absence from the FBI, Travis is searching for something more than life away from his family. His adopted stepson has [...]
I was looking forward to this second book in the Sage Creek series and I wasn't disappointed. I feel this book is a book about second chances. The second chances that come by family, love and friendship. The author did an awesome job of expressing anguish, pain and love either by the thoughts the characters were thinking or the actions you followed in their journey. I loved all of the references to the country music groups, made you feel like you were there, in the moment with the characters. I [...]
This book was a lot better than the first one of the series. I really liked Mia. I felt like her. character really came to life. the only thing is that I felt like this book's storyline was very similar to the first book. like there was a crazy stalker guy who got his feelings hurt. Also, the two guys with a child. things going on and people ignoring their instincts. The spray painted car that was deemed done by teens.
Larkspur Road is book 2 in Jill Gregory's Lonesome Way series, it was a quick, easy, sweet read a great summer book. Travis Tanner left Mia Quinn just after prom, he broke her heart and now years later has returned to fix his family and to see Mia Quinn. Mia Quinn can ignore Travis, and spend her summer with her niece and try making headway with her Aunt Winney an ornery old bird.I give this book a high 3.5 stars.
I would give this one 3.5 stars. Much better than the first one in this series. I also knew the cowboys would be in polo shirts and there would be no snow in the story. She pulled off the suspense scene far better this time, but I feel she is not comfortable writing these scenes. Her treatment of Val seemed very odd. Once Mia picked up on Grady's emotional abuse and potentially that of his mom, the subject disappeared. Annoying.
After reading the first book, I was going to read a mystery, but my heart wasn't in it. and this one was calling my name to read the continuing story of the Tanner boys. I love this one. and now that I am done and wondering when the next one is coming out. Be sure you have tissue when you read it. I was crying towards the end.
Likede theme that as we age a bit we can get wiser, thru every book in this series is the idea that a person can change and grow. Family is a strong theme. Dogs and kids are present. Not a culinary book but food plays a part.Didnt in te first book in series skimmed a bit.Pleasant light romance
As much as I liked the 1st book in this series,this one was even betterThis book follows the story of Mia and TravisIt's quite a journey and has some mystery in itSo anxious for the next bookJill Gregory has become one of my must read authors
loved it. wish there as a next one!
What a great series!
Ok, but not the best.
I liked this sweet story. Now to read Book 1 and 3 of the series!
Such a great book. I read book 2 before reading book 1 so I don't think I will read the other, but great author
I liked this book. It was a quick and fun read. The characters are likeable and I'd love to hang out with them.
it was kind of preachy, but not Christian preachy and it felt like it was written for people who've never read a romance before
Second book in the Lonesome Way Series. Travis returns to his home town and reconnects with his high school girlfriend Mia. Wonderful series and characters. Hoping for more to come.
The first in the series was better but this one was good. I just didn't connect as well with Mia and Travis. It was still a good light read. Just nothing all that special.
3.25 out of 5
I haven't read Jill Gregory before, but I really enjoyed Sage Creek and Larkspur Road. I will be looking for more books from this author.
just ok, not fantastic
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