Honeymooning

Honeymooning When cashmere mogul Janet marries the cowboy she knows she ll have a lot to learn about roughing it Tom lets her pay for the wedding but he insists on handling the honeymoon The budget minded Tom h

  • Title: Honeymooning
  • Author: Rachael Herron
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When cashmere mogul Janet marries the cowboy, she knows she ll have a lot to learn about roughing it Tom lets her pay for the wedding, but he insists on handling the honeymoon The budget minded Tom, however, chooses a tropical destination which might be a little too casual If a newly married couple spends their first week as man and wife trying to keep their clothes on,When cashmere mogul Janet marries the cowboy, she knows she ll have a lot to learn about roughing it Tom lets her pay for the wedding, but he insists on handling the honeymoon The budget minded Tom, however, chooses a tropical destination which might be a little too casual If a newly married couple spends their first week as man and wife trying to keep their clothes on, can the sparks still fly Includes excerpts to the first two books in the Cypress Hollow Yarn series How to Knit a Love Song and How to Knit a Heart Back Home.

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    1. Tom a hired cowboy on a sheep farm marries Janet. She happens to be a divorced successful business woman who falls head over heels for Tom. Tom has issues with Janet having more money then him & that she keeps proposing to him. So, instead he moves in with her. One day he finally pops the question. He tells her he wants to make the honeymoon plan with his own money she is leary but agrees. Boy oh boy when they get to their cottage in Hawaii that is when the fun begins. As well as the true di [...]

    2. When I had downloaded this, I didn't pay attention and thought I had only downloaded a part of the book. I then realized after seeing the cheap price, it was a short story.I loved the characters when they were in the other books. This one fell a bit flat for me. It seemed a bit rushed and just too good to be true.

    3. I received this short story as a free download. It was nice to catch-up with Janet and Tom even if it was just for a short time; wish we had more of their story. I'm hoping they show up in the next Cypress Hollow book.

    4. Bought this quick little ebook because I wanted to hear more about Janet and Tom's story. It was a very funny little tale about their honeymoon. Funny and serious how when you come from 2 different worlds you can find love and happiness.

    5. Cute short story about Tom and Janet (who we met in Herron's How To Knit A Love Song) and their honeymoon trip. Nothing too racy but it's a sweet little story to keep you occupied until Herron's next book comes out.

    6. Eh, don't waste your time with this short story. It's pretty bland and predictable, and the characters aren't as likable as Herron's usually are. I am glad it was free--I would be unhappy if I'd spent money on it.

    7. A short, to the point, love story that has me laughing and nodding my head in agreement. I began reading thinking it looks too short and ended thinking, it is just enough as is. Thanks Rachael for a nice quick heart romance!

    8. This book was oddly cute but very very short. I wasn't prepared for how short it was! Def a fun read litterally in an 1/2 hour to an 1 hour. Not long at all!

    9. Great book!!!This is a great book!!! Love Rachael Herron and all her books!!! Hope she writes more books in this series!!!

    10. Enjoyable short story, but it left me wanting more story. Guess one can't complain though, given it was free.

    11. You must have read preceding books to have the context do this one. (I had.). Even at that, very weak. On the positiveading this helped me go to sleep last night.

    12. good story about what happens when a guy makes the honeymoon arrangements. really good story about hawaii, enjoyed.

    13. A cute, entertaining short story about Janet and Tom's honeymoon that fit in quite nicely with the rest of the Cypress Hollow series.

    14. I loved this; it managed to be funny while dealing with an issue that breaks up too many marriages. Now I'm eagerly waiting for How to Knit a Heart Back Home.

    15. Cute story. I haven't read How to Knit a Love Song yet, but I hope to soon--the characters drew me right in.

    16. I loved the simplicity of this story! It has sparked my interest in starting How to Knit A Love Song. I met Rachel at Rhinebeck this year and she is just a delightful person, so talented!

    17. Very short story and thankfully free on kindle - ok but went by so fast with not much substance. Don't know why it's tagged as a yarn short story when there was hardly any knitting in it.

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