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Happy Valley (A Southern Country Novel) ❰Reading❯ ➺ Happy Valley (A Southern Country Novel) Author Diana Anderson – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A year ago Jo Preston was released and sent home from a mental institution She has only vague memories of why she had been committed Circumstances beyond her control will cause those memories to surfa A year ago Jo Preston was released and sent home from a mental institution She has only vague memories of why she had been committed Circumstances beyond her control will cause those memories to surface one by oneA tragedy brought on by deceit leaves her heartbroken and rejected She is sent away to live with some rather peculiar relatives Her fear of being institutionalized again has her desperate to keep her past hidden but how long can she keep it a secret when her imagination begins playing tricks on her or is it A voice from her past resurfaces as well as the man who wants her secret to die with her This is a story about a young girl's heartbreak rejection fear faith and determinationHappy Valley is the first in the series of A Southern Country Novel.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 283 pages
  • Happy Valley (A Southern Country Novel)
  • Diana Anderson
  • English
  • 28 September 2015

About the Author: Diana Anderson

I was born and raised in southeastern Oklahoma and now live in northwest Mississippi As a child I made up stories in my head while working in the peanut fields on my father's farm during the long hot days of summer My high school English teacher encouraged me to put my imagination on paper Many years later I submitted Happy Valley and then the seuel Mississippi Gambler Both have done ui.



10 thoughts on “Happy Valley (A Southern Country Novel)

  1. Toni Wyatt Toni Wyatt says:

    I really enjoyed the first half of this book The plot pulled me in and the main character Jo is one of those characters that I will remember for a long time to come The second half of the novel needs some editing There are some phrasing issues misspellings and grammatical problems For me as a reader the religious turn that the main character took felt contrived and too much I would have preferred to stick with Joseph as her guardian angel without all of the extra piety thrown in For me it was a turn off and seemed out of place with the characters Overall I did enjoy this book and I think it was well worth my time and yours too

  2. Wilma Wilma says:

    This book was hilarious I laughed out loud and had tears running down my cheeks This book was very well written The characters believable I didn't want to put it down

  3. Solis Ortencia Solis Ortencia says:

    Addicting I am now addicted to Diana Anderson's writing Happy Valley has everything I can actually hear each character in my head no I'm not crazy Highly recommend and can't wait to read the rest of the series

  4. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    This is a very weak 3 star rating Probably closer to 25 stars I liked parts of it But it has far too many wrong word issues and other language and punctuation problems Add to that the fact that the POV is all over the place and a big characterization issue the following spoilerview spoilerThe main character show no signs of being seriously religious for about 34 of the book Not even at her mother's funeral But suddenly she is extremely religious and running scripture through her head It just doesn't make sense to me hide spoiler

  5. Lori Weis coffman Lori Weis coffman says:

    Jo is a precocious young woman who had a rough childhood Jo is taken in by her Aunt Wyla and so begins a new adventure Along the way she comes to realize that the git she has that she once viewed as a negative is truly divine A nicely told tale

  6. Kay Mack Kay Mack says:

    Happy ValleyGreat well written novel Thoroughly enjoyed it Jo is a delightful heroine I highly recommend this book for all who can suspend belief in our rational world

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