✓ A Wedding in Apple Grove || ↠ PDF Read by è C.H. Admirand

  • Title: A Wedding in Apple Grove
  • Author: C.H. Admirand
  • ISBN: 9781402268991
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Paperback

  • Welcome to Apple Grove, Ohio population 597 where everyone has your best interests at heart Love is in the air and the proof is in the painted proposal on the water tower Every girl in Apple Grove looks forward to her beau following town tradition by getting on a ladder and making his love for her public.When Daniel Eagan moves to town, his matchmaking neighbors direWelcome to Apple Grove, Ohio population 597 where everyone has your best interests at heart Love is in the air and the proof is in the painted proposal on the water tower Every girl in Apple Grove looks forward to her beau following town tradition by getting on a ladder and making his love for her public.When Daniel Eagan moves to town, his matchmaking neighbors direct him toward the Mulcahys But when the petite and winsome Megan arrives on his doorstep in khakis and a tool belt, sparks start flying between the new guy and the hometown girl
    C.H. Admirand
    Southern born Northern bredI was born in Aiken, South Carolina, but alas, my parents moved back to northern New Jersey where I grew up, which if you ve met me would explain a lot I ve always had my nose in a book, have traveled the world over, and even tested the time space continuum, thanks to the awesome power of the written word.My love for the written word is a gift from my parents, but the need to write was instilled by my 7th Grade English teacher One of my writing quirks is that I love to include bits and pieces of my ancestors and ancestry in all of my books Check out my fun facts and genealogy page to see which characters are named after family or friends Fate, destiny and love at first sight will always play a large part in my stories because they played a major role in my life When I saw my husband for the first time, I knew he was the man I was going to spend the rest of my life with I ve loved him forever well than half my life Each and every hero I write about has a few of Dave s best qualities, his honesty, his integrity, his compassion for those in need and his killer broad shoulders I m such a sucker for a man with broad shoulders.


    I don't very often give 1-star reviews and the only reason I am on this book is for the level of smut it has in it. If I had known it would have so much descriptive sex in it, I would not have picked up a copy of this book.The story itself is not bad and if there have been less sex maybe I would have enjoyed it more. The story centers around a young woman, Megan Mulcahy, who lives in a small town called Apple Grove. A stranger, Daniel Eagan, arrives in Apple Grove the day the whole town is at th [...]

    I received this book in a giveaway from the author. This had no influence on my review.A Wedding in Apple Grove was my introduction to author, C.H.Admirand, and I fell in love with Apple Grove. Although this is part of a trilogy it can be read as a standalone. Small town romances really draw me in. This trilogy centers on the Mulcahy sisters: Megan, Caitlin and Grace. They run their fathers handyman business. The townspeople are used to calling on them for everything from fixing a leaky pipe to [...]

    Rachel- Goodbye Borders
    Small town. Everyone knows everyone, plus their business. Meg had a high school love, Jimmy. He left to play football, and returns to Apple Grove periodically. Meg has not dated anyone else since Jimmy. I didn't like that this guy had so much power. Even when falling for Dan, Jimmy was still mentioned. This just didn't work for me. I was more annoyed.I did like Meg's occupation (a handyman- handywoman!). The communication via the water tower was fun too.

    Karen Flinn
    this one was a complete waste of timee characters couldn't just say something.ey "rasped".

    Not much of a plot

    Judi Easley
    My Review:5-stars! I loved this book and fully intend to read the other two in the trilogy.Meghan works with her father and two sisters as the town's handyman. All 597 people of Apple Grove, OH know the Mulcahys, their past and present. There are no secrets in this tiny town.Trudi owns the garden center and sits on the town council. She put in a good word for the new phys ed teacher and soccer coach, who just happens to be her great nephew, Daniel. Daniel's from the city. Not used to small town [...]

    Lisa Jo
    A WEDDING IN APPLE GROVE by C.H. Admirand is not only a fabulous contemporary romance, but a fantastic start to a new series. This small town romance has a fabulous couple and a lot of heart. Daniel Eagen's drive into Apple Grove, Ohio was to be the beginning of a new start. After a bad break up that broke his heart, he was hoping the job as the new physical education teacher at Apple Grove High School would change his life. Yet before he even makes it to his new home, he rescues a beautiful you [...]

    Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
    Amanda's review posted on Guilty Pleasures4 StarsI want to move to Apple Grove. I don’t know how my husband is going to feel about moving to a fictitious town but hey, he would if I asked him to go. I love reading about small towns and all the people the inhabit them. There are some good contemporary series out that have small town feels and I would have to say that C.H. Admirand’s Small Town USA series is going to be one for you to sit up and take notice. A Wedding in Apple Grove is a fun, [...]

    Good book. I really enjoyed the small town story and all the fun characters. Meg is the oldest of three sisters and the head handyman of the family business. She is something of a tomboy and has given up on the idea of romance for herself. She's had sort of a long distance relationship with her high school sweetheart who has no intention of returning to Apple Grove to live and Meg won't live anywhere else. Her mother died when Meg was nineteen and she took over caring for her dad and sisters. Wh [...]

    I love stories set in small towns with neighbors and friends that support and take care of each other, they are my favorite comfort reads. This book does have a great setting in a small town with lots of nosy neighbors that love to get together and gossip. Admirand does a nice job of describing the town, the businesses and the interesting townspeople. Megan and Daniel are both likable characters, they are hard working, honest, and genuinely care about the people around them. I was surprised to f [...]

    Kelly Moran
    Tomboy, Megan Mulcahy, took over her father's handyman business at the same time she gave up girlish dreams of romance. But when newcomer Daniel Eagan roars into Apple Grove as the new high school football coach, sparks fly. While Dan tries to adjust to small town life, Megan's past comes back to haunt her. It may just take the whole city population to keep these two together.I've always been a big fan of these small town romances. The townsfolk always seem like a whole secondary character, as d [...]

    Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
    Originally posted at: longandshortreviewsspTwo words sum up this book for me and they are: "fun read". A Wedding in Apple Grove is peppered with not one or two great characters but every single one in this story is true to life and, yes, a few of them are little quirky, too. I really liked the two main characters and was rooting for Meg from the beginning. Daniel is also one I found myself liking a lot and hoping that he has the good sense to know Meg’s the best thing that ever happened to him [...]

    This is one of those books where I really liked the premise, but boy, the execution and delivery failed on all counts. It clubs you over the head with trying to be cute. Subtlety, thy name is not A Wedding in Apple Grove. I believe, at one point, the sheriff makes a threat to the woman he's interested, equating an internet dating site to pornography. It just struck me as way TOO over the top and corny. This is the book's MO throughout the whole story. And I don't really dig the way they meet. Sh [...]

    Patti O'Manne
    Welcome to Apple Grove, Ohio. It's a lovely small town where everyone know everyone and newcomers are treated like long lost relatives. Meg Mulcahy has lived in Apple Grove her whole life. Why move anywhere else when you live in paradise?Daniel Eagan arrives in Apple Grove during a wedding where the whole town is attending. Seeing a young girl walking along a fence, he races to save her just as she falls. Thinking her a high school student, he's surprised to discover she's his age.Follow along a [...]

    I enjoyed this small town romance immensely. I'll admit that I was attracted to the book due to it's cover when I was strolling through my local library. I read the back and decided to give it a whirl. It isn't my typical choice of cowboy, firefighter or Scottish hunk novel. In fact, the male lead is a hunkalicious soccer coach trying to escape a negative experience in his life. How convenient is it that this hunka hunka man catches (literally) the female lead on his way into town? One smolderin [...]

    So cute! A man, Dan Egan, comes to Apple Grove to get over his ex-fiancee and his ex-best friend. He has a house, and a job as the new gym teacher and varsity soccer coach, but when he catches Meg as she is falling off of a fench, his world starts to spin. Meg is the oldes of the Mulcahy sisters. She and her sisters keep the family's handyman business going, and going strong. She is confident and strong, but bruised from Jimmy running out on her for the city life. A great! story filled with tons [...]

    Gigi Ann
    What did I think of this book? Not a whole lot. One star was all I could find to award this book. The cover is cute, the title is misleading, or in my opinion it is. I don't like books that turn to smut! Which is what happened in this book. I almost quit reading the book, it took me parts of three weeks to get it read. I thought it was going to be a cute little love story, but it isn't even a cute smut story. Anyway I suppose they will live happily ever after. Save your money on this oneI wish I [...]

    The story was just okay to me. A harmless little romance to kill some time. It has a nice charming cover so I hoped the story was the same. I just had a hard time with a lot of the characters and the way some of the things in this story were handled. Ex:the heroine has a chance to confront someone who uses her but hero steals the moment from her. Confrontation should have been used since this situation is mentioned time and time again in the book. Instead it was just another blah moment leaving [...]

    This was one of those stories where not much happenedjust daily life stuff. That doesn't necessarily make this story bad, but I certainly didn't have a hard time putting this book down when it was time for bed.The characters were great, and I enjoyed getting to know them. And I liked the love story between Dan and Meg, but I didn't love it. There was some choppiness in the flow of feelings.cially from Dan's side. I didn't really understand or feel the loss and hurt he went through with his ex. I [...]

    Jenn Cunha
    This was my first time reading Admirand and I have to admit I wasn't that impressed. The story seemed to drag at parts and the constant back and forth about whether or not Dan and Megan were going to go for it was monotonous and boring. The only part that could have gotten exciting was the part with Jimmy, but that scene was so quickly brushed aside that I had to go back and make sure it actually happened.I did enjoy the part about Mitch and Honey, but I have to say I wasn't that impressed and u [...]

    Based on reviews, I thought I might want to read this book, but then as the story began, I wondered if it was going to be too tame for me -- even though the story started a little slow, this story, the first in the Smalltown USA series, was actually very good. One of the things that I could relate to is that "Apple Grove" is a fictional village set in Licking County, Ohio. I know right where Licking Co. is and can picture exactly how the land looks. Also, I am from a small town so I have a keen [...]

    This is a time when I wish there was the option for 1/2-stars. This one goes for 2 1/2 stars, better than okay but not much more.It's well written and very sweet, however I didn't get much sizzle from it. Megan and Dan are nice people who've been trampled by love but they fell a little too easily for me.The small town feel again is usually sweet but sometimes cloying. It appears this is the start of a series and if I stumbled across successive books I'd read them but wouldn't go out of my way to [...]

    a very cute heartwarming story. I loved the characters and can't wait to see what happens in book 2 (there are three so far ;) ) I love small towns and all the fun people that live there. this book is packed with fun & lovable characters. Give it a go you won't be disappointed. ;)The book did have some editing errors that made me have to re-read at times but I'm not a grammar Nazijust a note for those that are. ;)

    This was a cute story about Megan Mulcahy and Dan Eagan. Their story was good: tomboy who is a partner in the family home-improvement business meets new hunky phys-ed teacher.But what made the story was the inclusion of secondary characters. Each had a fun story to read about and there was funny witty dialogue. A bonus was reading the author's background: she grew up in the same small NJ town as my husband!!!Go Cards! L1C4!!

    This book made me want to live in a small town. I wish I could live in Apple Grove. Dan moves to Apple Grove and has to quickly learn that he is no longer in the big city. Most of the town notices little things like when he and Meg left a party but didn't return. It was a fun book to read. I liked seeing how Dan navigates his new town. Meg is a character that you like from the moment she is introduced.

    This is not my usual choice of book but I am always looking to try out different types of genres to see what's out there. Sure this was a sweet country setting with likable characters but it was all to predictable for me. However, if you like a small town story where girl meets boy with some romance, I think this will do the trick. **Please note I received this book for free from First-reads.

    Cute storyThis is an entertaining book about Meg, a resident of Apple Grove, OH, who's tired of being strung along by someone who has no intention of marrying her. Along comes city guy Dan Eagen, who is trying to make a new life for himself in Apple Grove. It's a cute story with likeable characters. I'm looking forward to picking up the next two books in the series. Also, there are no cliffhangers.

    I really enjoyed the characters in this book. It was funny and had a homey feel to it. The story line, however, was super cheesy. It had potential, but didn't live up to what I'd hoped. At times I had to figure out who was saying what, because it wasn't clear. Cute summer read, but left a little to be desired.

    If you enjoy novels with terrific character development, witty, intelligent dialogue and a homey atmosphere, then you are going to love A Wedding in Apple Grove. To read my review in its entirety, please click HERE.

    I received this book for free as a contest prize. It was ok, nothing particularly special about it and there were an awful lot of relationships and characters to keep straight. It's ok but I wouldn't run out and buy it.

    This was a fun read. Once I started, I didn't want to put it down. Meg and Dan are great together. I can't wait to read more about the people of Apple Grove.

    cute setting & likeable characters, but too many cheesy sex scenes/dialogue. too much of characters "rasping" whatever they are saying.

    Annette Drake
    I'm not contributing a rating because I couldn't finish this book. It lacked conflict, and I wasn't emotionally invested enough to carry on. Sorry.

    Holly Mcbee

    Laura Heatley
    Cute and easy.

    Teresa Kleeman
    This is a wonderful funny, sweet, hometown contemporary romance book. I loved it! The characters Dan and Megan are perfect for each other! this is book one of a three-part series.

    Dorothy Morawsky
    This book was wonderful. You will love it!

    The book was okay, but the author needed to do more research. Apple Grove is in Licking County, OH just outside Columbus. Never is that mentionedjust Cincinnati which would be at least 3 hours away. The romance was fine, but Dan's problems seemed unresolved and the wedding very quick.

    Kaeli McIntyre
    This book starts off quite cutesy, sweet as apple pie almost to the point of being boring. Then bang into a bunch of sex scenes that seem really out of character (for lack of a better phrase) for the relatively mild mannered characters. It was kind of Jeckyll and Hyde-esque and unexpected.

    If you're looking for a small town romance where everyone knows everyone, this is your book. In the right mood I would love this but it just wasn't working for me. Both the hero and heroine were uninteresting and even a little boring. DNF

    Tiffany Baker
    Though this is not my normal genre of book, it was a very sweet break. Small towns, local gossip, and old fashioned fairy tale love. I could totally walk a fence or climb a water tower with this cast of characters anytime.

    Ann Lorz
    I'm not sure what to say about this book. It is neither good, or bad. I think it's just too nice and sweet for me. I know that sounds like a stupid complaint, but I just needed more.

    Kristin Anielewski salzman
    Not one of my favorites, but it was cute.

    I read this for review at All About Romance and gave it a C-kesbooks/cgi-bin/boo

    Cute story. The town has too many businesses for its population and too large a school, but the story was fun.

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