Beneath the Honeysuckle Vine

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  • Title: Beneath the Honeysuckle Vine
  • Author: Marcia Lynn McClure
  • ISBN: 9780982192191
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Paperback
  • Civil War no one could flee from the nightmare of battle and the countless lives it devoured Everyone had sacrificed suffered profound misery and unimaginable loss Vivianna Bartholomew was no exception The war had torn her from her home orphaned her The merciless war seemed to take everything even the man she loved Still, Vivianna yet knew gratitude for a kind friendCivil War no one could flee from the nightmare of battle and the countless lives it devoured Everyone had sacrificed suffered profound misery and unimaginable loss Vivianna Bartholomew was no exception The war had torn her from her home orphaned her The merciless war seemed to take everything even the man she loved Still, Vivianna yet knew gratitude for a kind friend had taken her in upon the death of her parents Thus, she was cared for even loved.Yet, as General Lee surrendered signaling the war s imminent end as Vivianna remained with the remnants of the Turner family her soul clung to the letters written by her lost soldier to his memory written in her heart Could a woman ever heal from the loss of such a love Could a woman s heart forget that it may find another Vivianna Bartholomew thought not.Still, it is often in the world that miracles occur that love endures even after hope has been abandoned Thus, one balmy Alabama morning as two ragged soldiers wound the road toward the Turner house Vivianna began to know to know that miracles do exist that love is never truly lost.

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    1. Beneath the Honeysuckle Vine takes us back to the Civil War, were heartache, financial uncertainties, love, loss and reuniting all come into play. This was a delightful read. Marcia's descriptive nature, made me feel like I had been transported there myself. The plot was interesting and intriguing. The Characters were amazing and I fell in love with them. A fun quick read because I couldn't put it down, and this was my second time reading this wonderful book! I had know idea you could do that wi [...]

    2. Another great Marcia Lynn McClure book. Her books are all very similar but I think that's part of the reason I like them. More often than not they are completely predictable with a twist thrown in occasionally. There is nothing more than kissing in these sweet stories. The characters all have values & morals. There is always some conflict or misunderstanding but ultimately it is happily ever after. My preferred form of entertainment. I'll take a MLM novel any day over a TV sitcom or most mov [...]

    3. I need a Marcia addiction group because I can't seem to read anything else until I've read every last word this woman's written. Yet again, I stayed up until 3:00 a.m. finishing a Marcia book when I told myself I'd just read a few chapters before bed. Even though I knew where this story was going within a few pages, I still savored every delicious word.I am a huge sucker for Civil War settings, and Beneath the Honeysuckle Vine had me hooked from the opening scene. The romance in this one really [...]

    4. Loved it, loved it, loved it! I am never disappointed. I do enjoy reading Marcia and I most assuredly hope she never stops writing such great clean romance. I was proud of her delving into a more serious topic and enjoyed the suspense of what was going to happen to the main characters a bit longer.

    5. Completely endearing. I liked how Vivi had so many men who wanted to be with her, it made it a fun guessing game of who she'd end up with for a while.

    6. this book was soooooooote!!! this is one is another all time favorite of mine!!! you think vivianna will end up with one guy and then 2 more come along!! oh it's just fantastic!!!

    7. Civil War-no one could flee from the nightmare of battle and the countless lives it devoured. Everyone had sacrificed-suffered profound misery and unimaginable loss. Vivianna Bartholomew was no exception. The war had torn her from her home-orphaned her. The merciless war seemed to take everything-even the man she loved. Still, Vivianna yet knew gratitude-for a kind friend had taken her in upon the death of her parents. Thus, she was cared for-even loved. Yet, as General Lee surrendered signaling [...]

    8. November 2011: I liked this one more the second time. I really liked Vivi and Johnny (I've gotten used to Marcia giving her characters unusual names and admit I was a little disappointed in "Johnny"). They had great chemistry and Johnny was a great guy. I liked that Vivi had some guys to choose from and that she actually chose Johnny. I would love if Marcia wrote a book about Vivi's brothers or better yet about Lowell, I love that kid! It'd be so fun to hear his story!! April 2011: I have mixed [...]

    9. I do not think I can fully express just how much I loved this book!I text this to my sister-in-law the second I was done reading as my summary: That book was a divine piece of sweet heavenly bliss of sugary delicious intoxication! :) I knew from the start that it couldn't be Justin for Vivianna, that was just not the right name for a Marcia hero! Good thing she didn't disappoint! :) I am glad I made it through reading, I thought for sure I was going to melt with each page! Delish! :)And Lowell j [...]

    10. Okay I have to say that I've become a little obsessed with this woman's books. It's not that they are great literature or even very original, but reading them makes me smile. They are clean and there is a lot of kissing (which I like). I've read many of her books now and they are very similar in characters and plot, but just fun reads for me. The romance is cheesy, and there are editorial errors that bug me, but for some reason I want to read them all. So if you are in the mood for a clean, fun, [...]

    11. This book was absolutely amazing!! Marcia has opened my eyes to a wonderful romance, yet again!! I couldn't believe the passion that erupted in this book. It made me want to go find a honeysuckle vine and sip the honeysuckle from the flowers. I've never done that before and I want to do it now. Haha. Johnny Tabor. Oh boy! I love him so much!! If ever I was to fall in love with a soldier, it'd be him! Or at least someone very much like him. Thank you, Marcia for another awesome book!

    12. I loved this one. It is probably one of my favorite of all Marcia's stories. I have read all of them. I really liked how it kept me guessing who the lover was. Sometimes in life we are given multiple options and it is important to realize what your heart truly needs and wants. The thing is you have to take the time to figure it out. That is what I liked about this book. She was given three options of men and it took sometime for her to hear what her Heart was saying.

    13. This book started out slowly and never really got me terribly excited to read the next page like the other books by this author. Also I felt like it was poorly written. However I did enjoy the story and the way she let you see the 'inside' perspective of what war can do to personal relationships. All in all it was a good and enjoyable read.

    14. As always, it was a very fun and happy read. I guessed from the very start what Johnny's secret was. I wish that Johnny and Vivianna had had more interaction in the beginning, but I guess it was important to set up the romance with Justin. I smiled all of the way through though. I think I'll go back and read my favorite parts again.

    15. Have to agree with Karina as a predictable ending; however, still very entertaining and a sweet romance. Like all of MLM's books I have read so far, the good guy always wins out.Merged review:Have to admit that this was okay, I am a bit prejudice because no one seems to be able to better "Ransom". All characters are judges by him. Still entertaining.

    16. I didn't think I was going to like this book because the beginning was kind of slow. The part that bothered me the most is that I felt like Vivianna was so fickle and wishy washy. But I was so surprisingly satisfied with the ending I realized that I really liked this book!

    17. I was a little nervous at first--there was more war and descriptions of war-type stuff than I was expecting and I felt that Vivianna was "settling." But then the story really began. And it was everything I'd hoped it would be. :) Very tender, clean romance.

    18. This book was a little different then Marcia's other books but I enjoyed it. It had some very interesting twists that I didn't see coming. I loved the ending in this book. I won't go into detail about it. Overall very good book. Good job Marcia

    19. I am so excited for this book!!!!!!I loved this book soooooooo much!! I really neaded a McClure book and this one was good. It put in the mood for some nectar. I need to find me some honeysuclke. lol

    20. Vivianna and the Turner family face the ravishes of the Civil War when the men return. They've faced their demons and have the scars to prove it. However, while Nate and Willy count Johnny's, it's not the scars she's looking at.

    21. You know, I read this one a long while back, and I loved the idea of a Civil war love story. Then when I finished, I really loved the idea of that era of life. Minus the war stuff, though, right?

    22. I am a Marcia McClure fan, so of course I'm happy to have read another of her books! It's easy reading that leaves you happy, believing in love, romance and fairy tale endings.

    23. I actually enjoyed that this one was a little bit different although I would have liked more to the storyline.

    24. This was a fabulous story, it kept me guessing as to how it would end. I loved the sweet romance and the idea of falling in love through letters.

    25. I personally loved this book! I have never been disappointed by any of her books though. A good, clean romance with great kissing scenes! Another wonderful book by Marcia Lynn McClure!!

    26. Great love story!! Every time I smell my honeysuckle vine in my yard, I think of this amazing love story!!

    27. Another great book! At first Vivianna Bartholomew seems a little fickle but I can see where she's coming from. I love waiting to see how things worked out in the end.

    28. Great though I wish there was more to the ending - but isn't that the thing about good books, you never want them to end??

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