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  • Title: Send Me No Flowers
  • Author: Trish Jensen
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When she was known as an overweight kid from a loony family, he often rescued her from bullies Now she s come back home all grownup and gorgeous, and he s the one who will need rescuing Sheriff Rob Townsend of Daredevil, South Carolina remembers Jenny Creighton as the girl mean kids called Jumbo Jenny He was compelled to protect her on than one occasion, a branWhen she was known as an overweight kid from a loony family, he often rescued her from bullies Now she s come back home all grownup and gorgeous, and he s the one who will need rescuing Sheriff Rob Townsend of Daredevil, South Carolina remembers Jenny Creighton as the girl mean kids called Jumbo Jenny He was compelled to protect her on than one occasion, a brand of heroic kindness Jenny never forgot Jenny s returned to the small town to claim an inheritance and open a flower shop On the inside, however, she s still the chubby girl who doesn t want anyone to remember her humiliating past Rob has turned into a hunk with a painful history of his own one that makes him the biggest heartbreaker south of the Mason Dixon line When he becomes her best customer buying flowers as goodbye gifts for a growing line up of ex girlfriends the women in Daredevil begin to run from Jenny and her kiss goodbye bouquets How can she build a business when all the single gals in town are scared to see her on their doorsteps And what are the secrets behind her childhood hero s love em and leave em lifestyle Trish Jensen is the bestselling author of than a dozen novels Visit her at TrishJensen less
    Send Me No Flowers When she was known as an overweight kid from a loony family he often rescued her from bullies Now she s come back home all grownup and gorgeous and he s the one who will need rescuing Sheriff Rob To

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    1. Fun, small town, romantic comedyWhen she was a child living in Daredevil, South Carolina, Jenny Creighton was overweight, and her peers taunted her with the cruel nickname, Jumbo Jenny Not only that, her mother was considered loony Rob Townsend was a few years older than her and very protective of the little girl, standing up for her against the bullies on many occasions until Jenny s family moved away when she was 10 years old Decades have passed, but Jenny never forgot his kindness, and he was [...]

    2. My friend Trish died in February of 2014 She was one of the sweetest, kindest ladies ever She was a mentor, a friend, and someone very special to me Trish always loved the south and would ask me often about words dialects One day years ago she messaged me and told me she wanted to write a book about a Southern sheriff Then she went on to tell me that she wanted to base his character on mine I ve never been honored in my life She went on to write this book, a book that still touches my heart ev [...]

    3. Cute love story This book isn t perfect but if you can overlook its flaws it is a good read Rob is a man whore with a really good reason why ya, right I think that is my main frustration with this book They live in a small town where everyone knows everyone s business The love story between Jenny and Rob is so sweet and sincere But the whole time my annoying rational brain keeps thinking, Oh yes, I d love to marry and live forever in a town where my husband has slept with every available woman a [...]

    4. Review featured on books n kisses3.5 Stars This is a re release from I believe 1999 This is a very cute book As with all of the earlier books from Jensen as much as I enjoyed it I enjoy her current works better but this was a great story.It was set in small town America so it seemed I was watching something out of Mayberry Everyone speaks with a hick accent and says yes ma am and calls everyone Miz ___ but once I got used to that it was a enjoyable read.Jenny is written very well I liked how she [...]

    5. What s it going to take for you to open that heart to me 3.5 Stars This book was a complete spur of the moment purchase on and I started reading it pretty much straight away To sum this book up it was just one of the sweetest and most charming stories I have ever read The character s were so nice and real and you couldn t help but fall in love with them all from the start This was one of those books where you sit down to read a chapter or two and before you know it you are zooming through it Rea [...]

    6. Review Posted on HarlequinJunkieIn Send Me No Flowers by Trish Jensen Jumbo Jenny returns to her hometown of Daredevil Now thin and successful, she opens a flower shop and sends a lot of Dear Jane bouquets to the ladies in town, courtesy of her childhood crush, Sheriff Rob Townsend He was the first boy to show her kindness, andRead More

    7. This was a very sweet read I can t say that I was bored reading the book, but it had its moments when it was just too plain for words I think that overall the story was a great light read I loved the characters and the plot, but I felt as though sometimes the plot itself was a little bit too dramatic, it worked for this story.

    8. This short sweet re release by Trish Jensen hit the spot I really like the simple life portrayed in this book I have never read a book with southern references that I have actually heard in real life Being from Alabama, and growing up chubby I relate quite well to this story It hit home for me and I loved it.

    9. Send Me No Flowers is a sweet story about healing past hurts and learning to trust in others the future It s the perfect pick me up romance, and I hope for the chance to visit Daredevil again in the future Full review available at romanticreadsandsuch.wordpress

    10. This is a rereleased book from 1999 and I remember reading it then its a short story which I remember enjoying But seeing I ve already read it I didn t want to read it again.This book was gifted me by Net Galley

    11. This book was awesome It was a very short read packed with everything most full novels want to be What a great coming home story.

    12. Easy readingthis book was fast to read Easy to start and stop lovely small town characters with a lot of awareness.

    13. It was very good for a short read Characters were in depth and are believable and easily relate to people that I know I felt I knew some of them which made the story that much better for me.

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