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ISBN:0446695335
Author: Dorothy Garlock
ISBN13: 978-0446695336
Title: A Week from Sunday
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Language: English
Category: United States
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing (November 2, 2007)
Pages: 384

A Week from Sunday by Dorothy Garlock



Heartfelt praise for dorothy garlock and her captivating novels . Dorothy Garlock writes about real people and real life. She’d have to hope for the best. Stifling a yawn, Adrianna kept her eyes focused straight ahead.

A Week From Sunday book. I find Dorothy Garlock's stories never leave me bored and skimming through the pages to get on with it. Her characters are well written and believable. What I didn't like is that too many things going on at the same time in the end.

A Week From Sunday (2007). About book: Adrianna Moore has just had a double shock: the death of her father and the discovery that he has left his entire estate to his lawyer. The lawyer, a repulsive social climber, tells her that to regain her inheritance, she must marry him A WEEK FROM SUNDAY. Adrianna takes off, driving desperately to a new life. Caught in a violent rainstorm, she collides with an oncoming truck.

Narrated by Renée Raudman. Adrianna Moore has just had a double shock: the death of her father and the discovery that he has left his entire estate to his lawyer. The lawyer, a repulsive social climber, tells her that to regain her inheritance, she must marry him "a week from Sunday.

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Dorothy Garlock has more than 20 million books in print world-wide. A native Texan, she considers Clear Lake, Iowa her home since moving here with her husband, Herb Garlock S. in 1955. The mother of two and grandmother of three started her book-writing career in 1976 after working for 14 years as for the local newspaper.

Adrianna Moore has just had a double shock: the death of her father and the discovery that he has left his entire estate to his lawyer. Quinn Baxter, the driver of the truck, demands repayment for his lost cargo

Adrianna Moore has just had a double shock: the death of her father and the discovery that he has left his entire estate to his lawyer. The lawyer, a repulsive social climber, tells her that to regain her inheritance, she must marry him A WEEK FROM SUNDAY. Adrianna takes off, driving desperately to a new life. Caught in a violent rainstorm, she collides with an oncoming truck. Quinn Baxter, the driver of the truck, demands repayment for his lost cargo. They reach a bargain: she will live in his home, tutor his bedridden younger brother, and play piano in Quinn's tavern to pay off her debt. Drawn to the rugged Quinn, challenged by the interaction with the tavern patrons, she also must deal with an intractable foe--Quinn's housekeeper who is scheming to become his wife. And all the while, the spurned lawyer is following Adrianna's trail, determined to find her and force her to marry him.
Reviews: 7
Oparae
This is an engaging read which takes place in 1935 Louisiana. It centers around Adrianna Moore, a young heiress who after the death of her beloved father, runs away to escape marriage to a gentleman and business associate that her father trusted but whom she despises. Quinn Baxter is an honest, earthy, hardworking man who works at a logging camp, runs a tavern, and cares for and supports his crippled teenage brother. When Adrianna wrecks her car into Quinn's truck she agrees to become his brother's tutor/caretaker and play the piano at his tavern to pay off the damages. Add in Lola, Quinn's crazily obsessed housekeeper and Richard Pope, Adrianna's stalker-like suitor, and you've got the makings of an entertaining romance indeed.

Though this wasn't my favorite story by Ms. Garlock, I honestly did enjoy it. Prior to this, I'd picked up about a half dozen books before putting them down as none could hold my attention. I found Quinn and Adrianna or Annie as he calls her, both likable and charming, as well as his brother and a few other characters. Lola and Richard were equally unpredictable and definitely missing a few marbles. There were no really big shockers, but rather some surprises here and there. The writing, dialogue, and descriptions of homes, small town life, and even a tavern and logging camp were all well done too. The romance was sweet and contained only one short love scene. In the end, it was a fast and easy historical romance that was a pleasure to read.
Ynap
Adrianna Moore has been warned. A week after the funeral for her father she is to wed the repulsive man that was left to run her father's estates. Having no options left she makes a run for it. Adrianna finds herself driving to find her remaining family in the rain when she crashes into an oncoming car. Can the strong Quinn Baxter keep her safe from her past or will she have to keep running.

Quinn Baxter is a lumberjack and a bar owner. The day of the car crash he is transporting alcohol to his bar. The crash leaves him short a piano player when his good friend's hand is cut in the accident. Adrianna volunteers to work to pay him back for all the damages, but will restitution for the accident bring healing for Quinn's hurting heart?

A Week From Sunday is everything I have come to expect from Dorothy Garlock. Quinn and Adrianna are a great match despite them coming from different lifestyles. Quinn is a good man that cares about his friends and family, and despite having been raised a banker's daughter, Adrianna is loving, and not at all a snob. A Week from Sunday has a story line that keeps you guessing and well-written characters that tickle your romance bone, and to top it off no one writes a villain as well as Dorothy Garlock.

Tori
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Burirus
Dorothy Garlock paints such a vivid picture of everything in her books. I especially like how she portrays the villains. You just love to hate the people she sets up to foil the lovers. Adrianna becoming a honky tonk piano player is just such a stretch, but it works.
"Annie" learns that money, prestige and things just aren't what is important.

Don't plan on doing anything when you pick up this fabulous story by one of my favorite authors.

Claire
Zeks Horde
The paperback came in excellent condition. Hated the book
Jieylau
m a fan of Dorothy Garlock. I enjoyed this book.+++
Broadraven
Layed back reading. Very interesting story. Ms. Garlock has the ability to capture your attention and you do not want to put the book down, because you just know something else is just about to happen. Excellent read.
Siratius
Not worth the money nor my time. I love Miss Garlock's books but this one just did not have her style.
Reviewers who say this is a typical Garlock love story are right, it is. She did not use the landscape as much as usual in this story but I think it is still a worthwhile book for Garlock readers.