Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Morsi (Marrying Stone) returns to Marrying Stone, Ark., , for this pleasant hearth-and-home romance. 23 Jun Simple Jess. By Pamela Morsi, , Americana Romance Jove, $ ISBN #0- Preceded by Marrying Stone. Sensuality: Subtle. Read “Simple Jess” by Pamela Morsi with Rakuten Kobo. Jesse Best is a simple man with simple ambitions, his own dog, his own gun and a woman. In this very.
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I must simle that I absolutely loved Jesse, and there were so many times my heart was truly breaking for him. Jess has always wanted three things, dogs, a gun and morrsi woman so when he hears the heroine is selling her dogs, he wants them and they start the an arrangement, he would work for her to earn them.
I loved Jess, when he was born the cord wrapped around him causing some damage but Jess was just so amazing and I loved reading the way his mind operated. Almost every page hit me in the heart with something that made me think about this very special man. He has a wonderful family that loves him and encourages him to do the best he can. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? I really enjoyed the first book in this series.
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He is a big man, a sweet man, a hardworking man This one is going in my re-read pile!! It took the kind words of Granny Piggott to get her to see that we need people, even those people who are the hardest to omrsi with.
I wish Pamela Morsi would write two more books featuring these characters. Loving him doesn’t make her a better person, it makes her a happy person.
This is one book that is read over and over, word for word. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. He was horrible and hateful and treated Mavis like shit.
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And none more so than Jesse Best. I loved everything about him, and I felt for him so much.
So one person cannot really go against their family or the society These details were nearly unpalatable to me, but they simpple made sense for that era and setting, so good job author. No, si,ple Yes, report it Thanks! And he acts like a father without even knowing or perhaps he does She was to find herself a husband by Christmas…or the town would do it for her!
I couldn’t care less if they ended up together, Eben was petty, resentful and narrow-minded and I wished he died, rather than having his happily ever after.
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And love, in the most unlikely place. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Subtle Most of the world figures those with special needs and challenges are of no earthly good to humanity.
Great actually, since seeing, really seeing Jesse is not easy, and it takes special kind of woman pwmela marry him. I have so many questions.
Jess’s inexperience is tempered by pamelq blunt honesty, and having a man plainly say how much a woman drives motsi mad is hot, hot. Jesse is a hunter so if dead animals bother you, I’d avoid this bookbut he does so for food not for sport.
He seems to have trouble focusing sometimes, retrieving things from memory, following a group conversation, building a chain of logical reasoning. As you can tell, my favorite person to read from was Jesse, his views of jrss happening around him, [3.
So when he says: Althea’s side of the romance, however, I wasn’t a big fan of. Nov 19, Leona rated it liked it Shelves: And, on a side note, Baby-Paisley does not sound like a three-and-a-half year old. I think it was a western. However, the denizens of Marrying Stone don’t agree.
In some ways harder than other men, because things in this world don’t come easy to Jesse. I believe he is every bit as human and as fraught with human frailties as the rest of us. I was however not terribly bothered by it At the end of the book I felt uplifted, loved, and fulfilled.
It was a wonderful love scene. But God has other plans for us. As a romance, I was touched by the purity of their love but, felt uneasy with the inequality of the relationship. Of course, we hear in speak that he’s “simple-minded”. Thank you, thank you, thank you”.
Gosh, I do not envy Mavis. He is slow to learn new things, but once he learns something his memory of it is fine. So, I won’t praise any more, I’ll leave the readers to discover further wonders of Simple Jess.