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by Pamela Morsi

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Author:
Pamela Morsi
ISBN13:
978-1560547259
ISBN:
1560547251
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Publisher:
Thorndike Pr (July 1, 1993)
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Subcategory:
Contemporary
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1157 kb
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1475 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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862

Every time I read a Pamela Morsi book she astounds me with how she can take such normal people in a normal town and craft a book overflowing with love and lust

Every time I read a Pamela Morsi book she astounds me with how she can take such normal people in a normal town and craft a book overflowing with love and lust. I feel like I live there, shaking my head at foibles of the townsfolk. I become emotionally attached to her characters.

Like every other Pamela Morsi book I've read, this was another delightful story. Her books are about ordinary people around the turn of the 20th century. She has a gift of making you feel like you're right there beside them, enjoying their conversation and locale. She has no garters to hold her stockings up and manages to catch Cleav Rhy's attention when she unselfconsciously raises her dress to capture her sagging stockings. Cleav has spent time in the big city of Knoxville and thinks of himself as a "gentleman", who is wooing the preacher's daughter, a proper young lady who is quite unlike Esme.

Time to be her own boss. And, as usual, Emma is right.

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Pamela Morsi is a USA Today, Waldenbooks, and Barnes & Noble bestselling author of romance. She broke into publishing in 1991 with Heaven Sent and has been gracing readers with at least a book a year ever since. Two of her novels, Courting Miss Hattie (1992) and Something Shady (1996), won the Romance Writers of America's RITA Award, the highest honor in romance publishing, and others have been RITA finalists. Ms. Morsi pens heartwarming stories set in Small Town, USA. Her books are famous for their wit, humor, memorable characters, and down-home charm.

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Miss Esme Crabb turns the town--and her heart--upside-down when she sets out to win the affection of a wealthy man, despite social pressure against such bold overtures
  • Like every other Pamela Morsi book I've read, this was another delightful story. Her books are about ordinary people around the turn of the 20th century. She has a gift of making you feel like you're right there beside them, enjoying their conversation and locale.

    This particular story is about a poor hill girl, Esmeralda Crabb, Esme, who decides she has to do something different to help take care of her family; namely, by marrying the owner of the town's general store. She has no garters to hold her stockings up and manages to catch Cleav Rhy's attention when she unselfconsciously raises her dress to capture her sagging stockings.

    Cleav has spent time in the big city of Knoxville and thinks of himself as a "gentleman", who is wooing the preacher's daughter, a proper young lady who is quite unlike Esme. So it's up to Esme to convince him that she's better suited for him.

    The amusing courtship, rife with descriptions of small town life, follows. I laughed out loud in several places and chuckled in many more. This is definitely a feel good novel with a village full of HEA's.

    I would definitely recommend this book, as well as all of Ms. Morsi's books, to anyone who wants to read a good and mostly clean book.

  • This is hands down my all time favorite romance novel. I have this in print form from 1992. Im actualy rereading it right now. This novel has a nice mix of yearning and tenderness. There are moments of hurt feelings but this is a sweet story. Morsi is excellent at developing secondary characters that make you laugh out loud. Her characters ring true for their time. She is a wonderful writer, and too under appreciated in my book. Esme is uneducated but smart, Cleve is educated but out of touch with his roots. One of my favorite parts is when Esme names the fish and her reason for the name. I know Im not going too deep here with the story, but if you are looking for a nice story with a range of emotions and humor you cant go wrong with Garters (or any of her other Historicals).

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  • Nothing makes me happier than a book that makes me laugh and this one surely did that! Ms Morsi's ability to create truly unique and unforgettable characters makes this book special. When poverty-stricken Esme begins her campaign to seduce and marry shopkeeper Cleavis for the sake of her family, the laughs begin. The eccentric characters in this small community add their own special charm. This book is a keeper and one that I highly recommend.

  • I am floored by how much I enjoyed this book. I laughed and cried. I found myself shaking my head at Esme's antics lol. I also found myself cringing at Cleav's actions. I don't want to spoil it at all but I just cannot say enough good things about this book. I gave it 4 stars because of grammatical errors but the story itself is a solid 5.

  • As in the past, her stories focus more on how people think and interact, with just the right touch of romance to sweeten the heart. You want to meet her characters and are sad to leave them. There's enough information given in the description of the book to snag your interest, but you're in for a real treat when you meet Esme and Cleav, her family and the people of Vader, Tennessee. A sweet love story with some spice-- enjoy!

  • A mountain girl decides she wants to marry a citified store owner so she and her family can move out of the cave they are living in. Unfortunately, he has other ideas. The chase is on! And Esme is taking prisoners! This is a hilarious book and well worth reading. Enjoyed all the characters. There were no villains and no stress. Just a good old fashioned time!

  • I loved this book! In some ways it's a classic tale of rich boy/poor girl, except that the hero is only rich within the context of a small town in the Tennessee hills. The culture and setting of that location are used really beautifully, and the story is full of fun as well as drama. Both the H&h have a lot to learn about love, which allows for some good character development, and they are both really likeable and relatable. The writing is lively, and full of wit and wisdom.

  • Garters (Small Town Swains) - R
    Violence: none
    Language: fewer than 15 swears
    Sex: descriptive kissing, sexy ruminating, descriptive sex
    I was not interested in reading about the h and H's different sexual positions, regardless of how ingenious they might be. But, this is a really sweet story about who we are, who we want to be, and who others think we are.