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  • ebook
  • 224 pages
  • Do You Take This Rebel
  • Sherryl Woods
  • English
  • 06 April 2016
  • 9781426853258

10 thoughts on “Do You Take This Rebel

  1. Claire Claire says:

    I read it I was not impressed Sometimes reading this kind of books stupid me I allways expect them to be better I do wonder things These women and men usually act totally stupid and their psychology is that of an alien race Or maybe it is just me that is alien

  2. Reader Reader says:

    I've not read anything by this author before this is the first book in the Calamity Jane series which follows the lives of a group of women from a small townCassie and Cole had been an item at 18 years old then Cole suddenly left town leaving Cassie to cope on her own and pregnant Her son Jake is now 9 years old and Cole has no idea of his existence and Cassie hasn't been back home since Jake was born But she's returning home now for her high school reunion and to see her Mother Her plan involves avoiding Cole But once home it becomes impossible to avoid seeing him Then other people's involvement in their relationship way back when comes to light and this another revelation that causes problemsWhile I don't have any problems with the authors writing my three stars reflects my opinion of the content I was not too keen on the thread that ran through this about how a boy needs a father in an ideal world that's true But it's not always possible I'm sure there are many single mothers who have raised very successfully sons who've grown into fine men But this author decided that Jake's behaviour would reflect her theory that he would be a better behaved child with a fatherAs to the pace and flow of the story it was rather slow in getting to the point in fact it only livened up during the last twenty percent of the book There aren't any hot sex scenes although I don't need for a story to have them but this could have done with a bit of oomph I don't think this series is really for me

  3. Booklover Booklover says:

    Terrific readits such a good storyCole Cassie my heart went out to both of thembeing manupalated by their parents they did'nt get a chance to be together and Cole lost his child's 9 years of lifeCassie she is s strong woman and great motherbeing manupalated by own mother dear god and then later cause of her own lies she had to sufferi think she should have told Cole about Jake when the misunderstanding about the letters were solvedshe had chances but she did'nt use itCole my heart went out to himfirst he lost his mother then there's that manupalative controlling father of his then lost his love and childalso Cassie mother he always considered her as his mother she also shunned him when Cassie leftin the story he lost much then anyone elsei completely understand his bitterness towards Cassieshe was the closest to him and she also manupalated him which shattered himthe bonding between the friends and their loyalty to each other was awesomeleast Cassie's mother regretted her doings but that disgusting old man he still continues to plot against Cassie try to snatch her son and manupalates his grandson this is a heart wrenching love which was shaken by the liesmanupalationsdecietangerbitterness but Colen Cassie's love was strong that is why it won and passed through all hurdlesi m looking forward to next friend's storyTerrific reada keeper for meRecommend it

  4. Pat Pat says:

    I have never read this author before and was given this book because I like the Robyn Carr Virgin River series For a book that is only 257 pages there is a lot of padding in it which is a pet peeve of mine Don't think I will be picking another of her books for a while

  5. Linda Linda says:

    This book is ridiculous It gives me hope that I too may someday publish a book if this is considered acceptable This author is clearly trapped in the 1970s80s genre of romance where the women are complete push overs and men have all the power either overtly or subtlety Cole forces Cassie to marry her? And she goes along with it? The over bearing father in law is responsible for their initial break up 10 years past and is even now manipulating the women to get the heir he wants? And seriously Cole has NO IDEA that Jake is his son? Everyone in the whole town knows but he the computer genius can't do the simple math of when Jake was conceived? Even the language suggests an author that is uite antiuated and unaware of how modern romances usually contain story arcs character development and believability I grabbed this audio book at my library never having read the author and thought this book was 10 CDs which usually indicates a decent chance at a good plot Turns out it was a 2 book set of 5 CDs each Ugh

  6. Marcia Haskell Marcia Haskell says:

    How much interference can one couple stand?My 5 rating is based on one major reason The emotion portrayed in this book got to me every time That is unusual enough to surprise me every time The Calamity Janes their bond and caring means I have to get the rest of the books in the series Sherryl Woods writing has always impressed me I enjoy her characterizations the descriptions of small town life the relationships not just the romances but the store owner customer church pastor parishioners and all the other secondary people who populate her books This book is filled with people some like Cole’s father who are manipulative and controlling others like Cassie’s mother who is loving but too aware of what others will think I reacted to every one

  7. Moira Moira says:

    An oldie but goodie about 5 friends The Calamity Jane's as they reunite for their HS reunion The first story features Cassie and Cole who were best friends turned lovers whose parents kept them apart Flash forward 10 years when Cassie returns home with her 9 yr old son to discover Cole never married There's still feelings but Cole is Cassie's son's father and she never told him Shenanigans ensue and you'll have to read the story to see how the relationship is resolvedNow on to Karen's story

  8. Kayla Bain-Vrba Kayla Bain-Vrba says:

    I wasn't a fan of this secret baby story The hero seemed a little too controlling and seemed to blame the heroine for things that seemed reasonable given her age and situation I'll have to read a few secret baby stories before I make a decision but this could be a romance trope that just isn't for me

  9. Rosie Trzewik Rosie Trzewik says:

    This is Cassie story one of 5 friends who’s nickname in High School was the Calamity Janes Sherryl wrote 5 books in this series all taking place during the same time period I did read book 3 and 4 which I enjoyed This one seemed a little to predictable

  10. Beth Beth says:

    Cassie and Cole's story Liked it Want to read the next one about Karen

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Do You Take This Rebel❴Epub❵ ➞ Do You Take This Rebel Author Sherryl Woods – PREGNANT AND UNMARRIED SHE LEFT TOWNNow Cassie Collins had returned to reconnect with her oldest friends the Calamity Janes and put her troubles behind her But trouble found her in the disconcertingly PREGNANT AND UNMARRIED SHE LEFT TOWNNow Cassie Collins Take This ePUB ¹ had returned to reconnect with her oldest friends the Calamity Janes and put her troubles behind her But trouble found her in the disconcertingly sexy form of Cole Davis father of her Do You PDF/EPUB ² child Having discovered her secret Cole demanded a convenient marriage or Cassie could lose her son to the powerful wealthy Davis clan Time hadn't dulled Cassie's anger at the man who'd betrayed her ten years agonor cooled the fiery attraction between You Take This PDF ↠ them Could she rekindle their long lost love and unite Cole herself and their son in the precious bonds of family.

About the Author: Sherryl Woods

With two other careers to her credit before Take This ePUB ¹ becoming a novelist and four states in which she's lived for extended periods of time Sherryl Woods has collected friends and memories along with way too much unnecessary junkThe friends are the Do You PDF/EPUB ² only things I've brought with me through the years that really matter she says I could probably live without one chintz teacup another tin litho sa.