Carole Bellacera has 17 books on Goodreads with ratings. Carole Bellacera’s most popular book is Lily of the Springs. Lily of the Springs by Carole Bellacera – book cover, description, publication history. The 50’s Drive-in Movies, Doo-wop Music and Love in the Back Seat of a ’51 Plymouth.
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Vellacera years after being abandoned on the doorstep of a remote cabin in Colorado, Becka Johnson returns to try to discover her identity, but she only finds more questions. There is so much that happens that I don’t want to give it away. I felt as if I lived through that time period.
Which isn’t a problem for him since Lily goes willingly and openly into his arms. Jake is the stereotypical white trash boy of the town. That is, until Daddy found out, tne peppered my behind.
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Even though this book is totally different from what I usually read, I’m very happy I did, it delivers a wonderful message, one that says that no matter the time, place or what type or person, sometimes we find ourselves in difficult situations, we hurt and get hurt but we can’t stop believing, because one day we’ll be ready for a change one that will come not when other people tell us but when we are ready to fight and try to conquer our own destiny.
I want to be independent and sure of myself, a good mother to my girls. Clashes between Lily sprinfs her husband Jake and Lily and her mother-in-law sizzle with excitement.
View all 6 comments. I wanted him to be better for Lily because she was so devoted to him. To ask other readers questions about Lily of the Springsplease sign up. She works very hard at learning to be what she thinks is the perfect wife.
He’s learned from watching the actions of his abusive father. Instead of flowers and chocolates, she gets fists flying into her head and verbal degradations spewing from Jake’s lips. What makes you angry?
Overall -I really enjoyed how the author incorporated current events of history through out the story. May 29, Melissa rated it really liked it. The story starts off in Kentucky and travels through the mid-west as the story unfolds. In quarantined Colorado, where hundreds of thousands of people are dying from an unstoppable, bio-engineered disease, investigative reporter Greg Pullman risks everything to discover the truth: From the very first page, it draws you back to another time and place and makes you want to stay there forever.
I started this in the morning and finished by the evening. What is your story? However, so happy to have done so. All the while Carole does an excellent job of describing the settings as the story develops.
What do you want to be? Lily of the Springs will forever be a story in my heart.
Jul 18, Valerie rated it really liked it. Why did I have to go for the ornery one? Now go forth and read.
Lily falls in love with her high school sweetheart and plans to get married. Even on the day his daughter is born. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Sprrings review is posted on My Secret Romance. Erotic, explosive, shattering, realistic–Carole Bellacera’s new romance novel has them all and a whole lot more.
But let me tell, you absolutely get used to it and it just engulfs you into the story that you can’t put it down not even to go pee. Jake is forced to marry her, and he nellacera let marriage change his ways.
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While there were a few words that I had never heard before, I found her overall choice of words to be right on point. Lily of the Springs is the kind of book I love the most. It tells the story of Lily, a teenager growing up in rural Kentucky where I live now! Mar 13, Dee Montoya rated it really liked it. This was definitely the hardest review to write to date.
The apple does not fall far from the tree. I was hooked from page one until the startling ending. My only regret, is not r I am dumbfounded by the fact that I bought this book inand I just finished reading it.
But then I would find that he was the same old Jake. I have no words to express what this book has done for me and my way of thinking. InterviewsBooksAuthor Promotion. It was hard to read so I could never imagine having to live through it.