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Billy Bob Walker Got Married To please her rich father Shiloh Pennington is about to marry a suitable young man but she still yearns for the touch of former flame Billy Bob Walker a handsome yet gentle rogue despised by her fa

  • Title: Billy Bob Walker Got Married
  • Author: Lisa G. Brown
  • ISBN: 9780061080715
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • To please her rich father, Shiloh Pennington is about to marry a suitable young man, but she still yearns for the touch of former flame Billy Bob Walker, a handsome yet gentle rogue despised by her father Original.

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    1. Eloisa James on said:

      I’ll say this right up front: Billy Bob Walker Got Married is out of print. A reader recommended it to me, and she was so convincing that I bought a used copy from . Go forth and do likewise! I’m not kidding—this is a wonderful romance, a keeper, one that made me happy for two days.It’s set in the South, and it’s the archetypal bad boy meets good girl story: but the long, luscious, fabulous length kind that we don’t find all that much anymore. Shiloh Pennington is the daughter of the [...]

    2. MBR on said:

      3.75 stars Contemporary Romance My first Lisa G. Brown was picked up because of the various recommendations of the title on the romance discussion forum. This title kept cropping up on various threads on the forum which led me to obtain a copy of this title, which I had a real hard time getting shipped to Maldives since its out-of-print now. It might be because I had such high expectations because of the rave reviews this story has received that I didn’t enjoy this one as much as I thought th [...]

    3. Keri on said:

      This felt like a coming of age story and I don't mean as a teenager. I mean where a young adult realizes that their parents don't make decisions for them anymore. Shiloh was 23 and Billy Bob was 26, so they were relatively young. The book started out really well, but started to drag right in the middle for me. Shiloh was constantly wishy-washy about her dad and Billy Bob, about who she wanted to please more and that got on my nerves in a hurry. It did read more like chic-lit to me than a romance [...]

    4. Nancy on said:

      SPOILER ALERT: I didn't get it. I read the entire book trying to figure out why Miki liked it 4 stars.I thought he was an immature, selfish boy. He never listened to her because she hurt him so badly but he still loves her. Blah, blah, blah. And he feels she deserted him and the marriage because she wants to go visit her father so he goes out and picks up another woman. But he also believes a woman should be pure for her husband.I couldn't understand why she loved her father soooo much when he e [...]

    5. Shweta on said:

      Amazing book. Loved it!! Wish there was a part 2, would have loved to know more about how Billy Bob & Shiloh get on. Strongly recommend

    6. babyfishmouth on said:

      This book is no longer in print so I had to find it used on eBay but I'm glad that I did. I'm a big fan of Lisa G. Brown(one of my favorites is High Stakes written by her as Dana Warren Smith) and she didn't disappoint with this one.It feels a bit dated but what contemporary written between Reagan's election and the launch of the first iPhone doesn't? Luckily, it's not as bad as some since she doesn't spend a lot of time describing clothes or referencing pop culture. What I liked:1. Great charac [...]

    7. Dls on said:

      This was a fabulous book. I've ordered her other three and can't wait.

    8. Rie_dominique on said:

      Update : reread 17-20 November 2013full review lihat disini-------------&&&&----------gw baca ini karena liat rekomendasi dari Eloisa Jamesand yes, it's a wonderful bookgitu banyak rahasia yang dipendam kedua tokoh, Billy Bob dan Shiloh, ditambah lagi dengan rasa insecure yang sangat dalam dan keinginan untuk mendapatkan pengakuan dari orangtua membuat kedua tokoh utama menjadi orang2 yang sulit mengungkapkan perasaannya. keragu-raguan dan rasa takut ditinggalkan mewarnai hubunga [...]

    9. Brenda on said:

      Maybe it's just because I'm a Texas gal, but I think a lot of us have met a Billy Bob Walker---and if you haven't, you should. Lisa G. Brown's story is one I'll keep on my bookshelf and read again, probably more than once. I certainly agree with the Romantic Times review--"Lisa G. Brown truly excels at painting vivid portraitsof small town life."

    10. Mnix on said:

      I have put off reading this book. It's been in my TBR pile forever but I started it today and I can't believe I missed it! I'm about half way through and I'm loving it. It's a big Southern love story!

    11. Carla on said:

      One of my all-time favorites! A great love story with all the right elements, this is one that I pick up time after time, even if only to read my favorite chapters.

    12. Brynn Paulin on said:

      One of my all-time favorite books. I wish this author would write more. I've loved all of her books.

    13. Dawn on said:

      One of my all-time favorites, for sure. Such raw and real emotions. I'm glad I was able to find a copy. Well worth the time. I loved it.

    14. Joey*Heeli on said:

      If you can ignore the fact that Billy Bob has a mullet, then you'll really enjoy this book. That's what I did, over and over again.

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