Krina Patel Patel itibaren Khanaz, Respublika Severnaya Osetiya-Alaniya, Rusya, 363511
He had a fascinating life! The book is so well-written that I think even non-artists could enjoy it. A lot of 20th century art and history is woven throughout the book.
Ya’ll come on back to Daily, Texas, for another helping of pie and a delightful story. This book had many lighthearted moments, but was noticeably more serious in tone than Talk of the Town. In the end, it made for a full, rich story. Much like the feeling after eating a slice of Imagene Doll’s coconut cream pie. I’m disappointed to say Imagene didn’t get swept off her feet in this book, but she and hair stylist Donetta had quite a hand in trying to fan a romance into flame for Donetta’s niece. Lauren has returned to Daily after a two-year absence following a devastating tragedy. The only thing that could bring her back was a plea from her dad, who is both a cowboy and auto body technician and asks her to help train a horse for a movie. The movie is the idea of Justin Shay, the aging actor who Daily celebrity Amber Anderson has befriended and is helping to build a foster home. This all makes sense in a Daily kind of way. Justin drags his friend Nate Heath along to write the script. Nate narrates half the story, shining a light on the painful, spiritually empty lives of the rich and famous. He finds the sincere faith of this Texas town refreshing, as he says “If Daily prayers aren’t answered, I couldn’t imagine what kind might be.” Nate is drawn to Lauren, who seems to share a connection with the wounded horse she is training. Both the romantic thread and spiritual elements are much stronger in Word Gets Around than the first book of the series. The regulars are back at the counter in the Daily Cafe. And personal trainer Frederico tries to resist the lure of homemade pie and UFOs – unidentified fried objects. Both Frederico and I gave in and enjoyed this story to the last crumb.