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eBook Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground ePub

by Annie Garrett

  • ISBN: 0312139209
  • Category: United States
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Annie Garrett
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: St Martins Pr; 1st edition (February 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 181
  • ePub book: 1823 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1169 kb
  • Other: azw lit docx mbr
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 429

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A romantic novel by Annie Garrett tells the story of two high school sweethearts separated by time and how their love brings them back together years later. Format: Mass Market Paperback.

A romantic novel by Annie Garrett tells the story of two high school sweethearts separated by time and how their love brings them back together years later. Tess and Jamie were the typical high school lovers, inseperable by any means. Jamie thought the world of Tess and vowed they would be together forever.

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Angel Flying to Close to the Ground. Published by Thriftbooks. A romantic novel by Annie Garrett tells the story of two high school sweethearts separated by time and how their love brings them back together years later.

Start by marking Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground as Want to Read . Ms. Garrett writes well, has some interesting characters, and intriguing relationship dynamics going on in her story, but they all get short shrift. The writing is also a bit maudlin and melodramatic

Start by marking Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The writing is also a bit maudlin and melodramatic. Tess is not at all likeable, and Buck is a bland, wimpy character. The other characters, and their stories and relationships, were far more interesting to me. Unfortunately, none of the characters, nor conflicts, were fleshed out, and the ending was vague at best.

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Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground" is a 1981 single from the film Honeysuckle Rose. Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground" was written and performed by Willie Nelson. The single was Willie Nelson's seventh number one on the country chart as a solo artist and stayed at number one for one week and spent a total of fourteen weeks on the country chart. Bob Dylan covered the song during the recording sessions for his 1983 album Infidels.

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Ten years after leaving her home to seek a career in New York, Tess, a successful celebrity journalist, returns to the Ozarks and to Branson to interview famed country artist Buck Campbell, the orphaned football player and talented singer whom she had loved as a teenager

Comments

Kajikus Kajikus
...P>Tess Boone, a disillusioned celebrity journalist, returns back to her hometown in the Ozarks to interview her first love Buck Campbell, now a famous (but also disillusioned) country western singer.
Tess left Buck to pursue her dreams and please her father who wanted bigger things for his baby girl. In the process she stomped all over Buck's heart. Heartbroken he turned to booze and women. Headed straight for Hell, he was saved by Georgina, an older woman who saw his potential and made him a singing sensation. She molds him into the man the public sees and he marries her even though he'll never love her.
When Tess and Buck meet up again (years later) the sparks fly and they realize what empty lives they've been living. In a few short days their love is reborn. Only now there are two big obstacles in their way: Georgina (for starters) and Buck's good-guy persona. Will they sacrifice their careers or their hearts? Will I care when they do? (The answer to that one would be NO)
Ms. Garrett has a beautiful way of describing the Ozarks and her vivid imagery breathes life into this familiar story of lost love. Despite her lyrical writing I thought the heroine was self-centered and very difficult to sympathize with. The hero never came alive for me because we mainly see him through the heroine's eyes and learn his feelings via his song lyrics. This did not work for me. I would've enjoyed a hundred or so more pages of the hero's viewpoint. And (finally, you say?) I thought the ending was way too vague and pat.
Minha Minha
A romantic novel by Annie Garrett tells the story of two high school sweethearts separated by time and how their love brings them back together years later.
Tess and Jamie were the typical high school lovers, inseperable by any means. Jamie thought the world of Tess and vowed they would be together forever. Tess's father, on the other hand, had great dreams of a college education and success for his only child. Against Tess's will, her father sends her off to college and forces her to leave Jamie behind. Broken hearted, Jamie runs away from his foster family and is never heard from again.
Ten years later, Tess is a successful celebrity journalist sent back to her native Ozarks to interview the biggest sensation in country music: Buck Campbell, Jamie's stage name. How can Tess face the only man she has ever loved? Would he ever forgive her?
Overall "Angel..." is a delight to read. The Ozark setting will strike a familiar bell to those who have visited the Branson area. Also, the size of the novel, only 181 pages, will satisfy those with not a lot of time to read a big novel.
Hurus Hurus
If you're looking for a great romance, this is it! Tess and Jamie have and always will be in love, but there is just one person standing in their way of total bliss.... "Buck Campbell" Jamie's imaginary character, and his evil wife.
Kerdana Kerdana
I just loved how the author touched on the most human part of true love. It made me go back to my memories of my first and only true love. She knew how to get inside to the readers heart and she knew how to make the reader , physicaly go through the emotions of regret and longing. This book makes you feel!