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Love on a Dime

Love on a Dime Ladies of Summerhill

By Cara Lynn James
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.87 Stars

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On 1/19 Jhona Oberholtzer wrote: Confession:  I've had this book for two and a half years.  I got it right before we moved from Kansas to Georgia and only found it when we were unpacking this Colorado.  Military wives, you get this, right?  We move and pack things away thinking, "I will get to this when ... Love on a Dime{Book Review}

Jhona's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/12 Krystal Sousa wrote: Love on a Dime is a great, easy, fun read. This book was lovely. A real treat to read. I found it to be a great, easy, quick read. The characters were well thought out and it was a fun book to follow along. I received this book through BookSneeze which has several books that have a sense of religion ... Love on a Dime Review

Krystal's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/18 ForstRose wrote: This novel is James’ first volume in a new series titled “Ladies of Summerhill”. Being a historical novel that immediately appealed to me. Also being a “summer vacation” story made it fit quite well into my summer reading list but it could easily be an escape to sunnier, warmer weather during ... Love On a Dime by Cara Lynn James – My Review

ForstRose's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/10 Katie Casey wrote: Love on a Dime by Cara Lynn JamesMy rating: 4 of 5 starsThis historical fiction piece is set in 19th Century New England where the main character, Lilly Westbrook, is a romance “dime novel” novelist – a profession that is considered scandalous amongst her fellow “society” families – so she ... Book Review: Love on a Dime

Katie's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/23 keeperofthefires wrote: I received Love on a Dime by Cara Lynn James this summer. This novel is a romance from the 1890's. It is set at Rhode Island amidst the mansions where the rich and famous vacation. I enjoy reading about past era's and peoples' perspective about how it "might have been." Cara Lynn James takes her readers ... book review for Thomas Nelson

keeperofthefires' Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/5 CherryBlossomMJ wrote: As a new author to me Cara Lynn James is definitely an author that I will look for in the future. This fun first in a series is new from Thomas Nelson and is a very romantic historical fiction read. It takes place in Rhode Island and New York during a Golden Era and reading about the clothing and summer ... Golden Era Romance

CherryBlossomMJ's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/27 Victor Gentile wrote: Cara Lynn James in her new book, “Love On A Dime” Book One in her Ladies Of Summerhill series published by Thomas Nelson takes us to 1899 Newport, Rhode Island. Lilly Westbrook has a secret identity:  she writes dime novels under the nom de plume (pen name) of Fannie Cole.  This may not shock us ... Book Review: Love On A Dime By Cara Lynn James

Victor's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/27 Carrie H. wrote: Love on a Dime – A Ladies of Summerhill Novel by Cara Lynn James This is a fictional story set in 1899 and is about a young woman who is secretly writing popular novels. Certainly not anything like the type of historical romance I have read before. You know the trashy mind-numbing kind - well this ... Love on a Dime by Cara Lynn James

Carrie's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/19 Frances Eldridge wrote: Book Review Love on a Dime Cara Lynn James In 1899 Newport, Rhode Island is the summer home of the rich and famous. It is a place where young ladies are involved in the world of high society and the quest for suitable husbands. Their world is about being proper and acceptable. But Lilly Westbrook ... Love on a Dome revieew

Frances' Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/30 Wifemomknitter wrote: From the Goodreads’ synopsis: “Turn of the century novelist Lilly Westbrook learns that being faithful to her calling means more than just putting pen to paper. It’s the summer of 1899 in Newport, Rhode Island, and Lilly Westbrook is struggling to conceal her career from family and friends because ... Love on a Dime - A Book Review

Wifemomknitter's Rating:

3 Stars