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The character strength with Morgan is amazing. It is equally so for Harrison....yes, there is a alpha male literally waiting to find Morgan. These two together drew me into the story. Morgan has things thrown her way that no one should ever have to deal with. It has hardened her against...EVERYTHING and EVERYONE! However, Harrison won't let her block him out.
"This feeling has got to be worth exploring. The hurt we’re bound to feel in the end will be worth it. Worth knowing her. Worth everything."
I could not read fast enough to see how they would help each other. The story evolves as Morgan and Harrison evolve together. I loved them.
I have to give a shout out for Aunt Savannah, Julian, Mac, & Dog. Loved them! This read was amazing..thank you, D.B. James. Congratulations on a great debut novel. I can't wait for more from you, D.B.
This is a debut novel from this author, and my word, what a great job she has done as well! Morgan is a feisty spitfire, who after getting into trouble, goes to live with her aunt for a couple of weeks. Harrison is the sexy cowboy / fisherman, who is broken and lost. The attraction is instant, but time is limited. When Harrison throws down the gauntlet, Morgan accepts!!
This is a great storyline, which is emotional and humorous, and the author had me enthralled from the very beginning. Cannot wait to read more of this author’s work in the future! I recommend this read for all.
After partying a little too hard in Paris for her 18th birthday, the model’s daughter finds herself being bailed out of jail, cut-off by her mother and shipped to live with an aunt she has only ever met once. Armed with a feisty attitude, Morgan is determined not to let anyone in. Her goal, getting back to New York and back to her life. That is until Harrison.
Harrison with his gorgeous jet black hair and stormy eyes. Harrison and his stupid dare. Harrison and his big heart. Harrison who will protect her. Harrison who will care for her. Harrison who will treat her and not expect a payment. Harrison who will love her. Harrison the fisherman cowboy.
It all comes back to Harrison. 17 days to fall in love he says. 17 hours would be more accurate. Morgan doesn’t know what it is about him but something just draws her in. He makes her feel special, cherished, adored. But she needs to leave. Doesn’t she?
Both are forced with some shocking, disturbing truths, and a harsh reality neither of them want to relive. Yet they also find something they were never looking for. Morgan even discovers someone she thought was dead. Will things work out? Can they be each other’s forever? One way to find out guys…read the book!
Although the speech seemed forced a lot, I would highly recommend this book. I think will a little bit of guidance the author is onto a winner. That said there is a lot that wouldn’t be suitable for children so reader discretion would be advised.
Seventeen Days is the debut novel by D. B. James. I can only imagine how it must be for an author releasing your first book and I have to say I was really impressed with this story. I enjoyed it and I look forward to reading more from this author in the future. Alongside it being a really nice love story there’s a deeper storyline which makes the story a little different.
The book is about Morgan Young, an 18 year old whose plans of having fun with her friends for summer are dramatically changed after one big mistake in Paris, where she is celebrating her 18th birthday with her two best friends. She finds herself shipped off by her mother to a small costal town in Alabama to live with her estranged Auntie. Desperate to get to New York she ends up working for a man she barely knows – trouble is she also can’t stay away from him. Harrison Montgomery has given up on happiness. Everyone he loves has been taken away from him but when his path crosses with the feisty redhead that is Morgan he can’t get her off his mind. Morgan wants to leave and with her and Harrison getting closer he issues her with a challenge. Seventeen days to fall in love with him.
I really liked the characters, I thought that they were well developed and really likeable – especially Harrison! Morgan definitely isn’t what she seems at the beginning of the story and I think her character grew the most over the story. She definitely had some dark secrets that Harrison helped her work through. The background of the characters was explored well in the story so you definitely felt like you knew everything about them.
There were some good twists and turns in the story that meant it kept my attention right until the very end. The story explored some sensitive issue but they were written about really well. I thought it was a great debut novel and I give it 4 stars.
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D.B. James did a great job with her storyline and definitely kept me reading!
Without giving too much away, Morgan has lived a not so wonderful life for the past 18 years and is sent to live with her aunt in Alabama.
Her encounter with Harrison Dean Montgomery, the fishing cowboy, is what keeps you reading. Harrison has endured his own hardships but has definitely overcome. I loved their interactions and wit! I also enjoyed the reading the developing relationship between Morgan and her Aunt Savannah as well.
The humor, emotions and references to some popular TV shows was also a plus!
The attraction between Morgan & Harrison was palpable! (The insta-love is questionable, but the chemistry was there! and this is fiction after all ;-)
Hope you feel the same when you 1-click and start reading!
Can't wait to read more from D.B. James!
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