How We Started

How We Started Two original stories featuring characters from The Silver Boat and Little Night In these stories bestselling author Luanne Rice gives her readers two tales of early love and longing Paul and Clare in

  • Title: How We Started
  • Author: Luanne Rice
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  • Page: 411
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  • Two original stories featuring characters from The Silver Boat and Little Night.In these stories, bestselling author Luanne Rice gives her readers two tales of early love and longing Paul and Clare introduces the heroine of her upcoming novel, Little Night, and offers a glimpse into how she met the love of her life and the beginning of her life long passion for birds anTwo original stories featuring characters from The Silver Boat and Little Night.In these stories, bestselling author Luanne Rice gives her readers two tales of early love and longing Paul and Clare introduces the heroine of her upcoming novel, Little Night, and offers a glimpse into how she met the love of her life and the beginning of her life long passion for birds and nature, even in New York City Miss Martha s Vineyard is a snapshot of the quirky, unconditional friendship with larger than life blueblood Harrison Thaxter that has kept Rory McCarthy from The Silver Boat afloat even in rough romantic seas.

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    1. Thank you to Penguin for a copy of How It Started by Luanne Rice. This copy was given in exchange for an honest review. She is a new author for me. I have become a recent fan of her work. It is a short story that is a prequel to her to two of her other novels Silver Boat and Little Night.Synopsis: Paul and Clare meet one day in a park. She has found a bird that fell from a nest. Paul offers to help and save it. So begins a long friendship. Will the friendship become more? What could separate the [...]

    2. In these stories, bestselling author Luanne Rice gives her readers two tales of early love and longing. "Paul and Clare" introduces the heroine of her upcoming novel, Little Night, and offers a glimpse into how she met the love of her life—and the beginning of her life-long passion for birds and nature, even in New York City. "Miss Martha's Vineyard" is a snapshot of the quirky, unconditional friendship with larger-than-life blueblood Harrison Thaxter that has kept Rory McCarthy from The Silve [...]

    3. quixoticmagpie/20I loved loved loved the short story Paul and Clare, which is being published at a later date as a full length novel, and I have to say, I can't wait. They meet as young adults, each of them with a troubled family at home. Their courtship includes bird watching, a passion that began when they saved the life of a baby bird. This story was lovely and ended on quite the cliffhanger!!The second story Miss Martha's Vineyard was good, but not as good as the first in my opinion. The mai [...]

    4. 3 STARS (I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review)."Two new stories featuring characters from The Silver Boat and Little Night. In these never-before-published stories, Luanne Rice gives her readers two tales of early love and longing. “Paul and Clare” introduces the heroine of her upcoming novel, Little Night, and offers a glimpse into how she met the love of her life — and the beginning of her life-long passion for birds and nature, even in New York City. “Miss [...]

    5. In this book, Luanne Rice presents two short stories that will both eventually be released as stand alone books. I am really looking forward to the book about Paul and Clair. Promises to be great. The other, which eventually became, "the Silver Boat" is one I have already read and loved. This author is one I really enjoy but I found these stories to be too short and wishing for more. Maybe I am just not a real short-story person?

    6. I thoroughly enjoy Luanne Rice books and was quite disappointed with this one. Of course since both stories are short, that may account for the lack of depth I found here. Just skip past these and go straight to the novels. One of the novels is Little Night and it is fabulous.

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