- By Peggy Holloway

Southern Greed

  • Title: Southern Greed
  • Author: Peggy Holloway
  • ISBN: 9781477694534
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Paperback
  • Southern Greed Having led a sheltered life except for a major trauma twenty three year old Belinda easily falls in love with the handsome suave Adam He talks her into running a scam An extremely wealthy woman is dy

    Having led a sheltered life except for a major trauma twenty three year old Belinda easily falls in love with the handsome, suave Adam He talks her into running a scam An extremely wealthy woman is dying and wants to find her granddaughter, who disappeared at three years old Belinda agrees to pretend to be Kathy, the granddaughter, but while exploring the mansion she haHaving led a sheltered life except for a major trauma twenty three year old Belinda easily falls in love with the handsome, suave Adam He talks her into running a scam An extremely wealthy woman is dying and wants to find her granddaughter, who disappeared at three years old Belinda agrees to pretend to be Kathy, the granddaughter, but while exploring the mansion she has flashbacks and wonders if she really is Kathy After she marries Adam, his actions sometimes indicate that it was only for the inheritance Kathy suspects that her grandmother is being poisoned She doesn t know who to trust in the household her grandmother s doctor, the nurse, the chef, the memoirist, even her husband When her grandmother makes Kathy the sole beneficiary of her will, the lawyer includes a stipulation to protect Kathy from any fortune hunters She now believes she is safe But is she

    1 thought on “Southern Greed

    1. This was a hard choice between a 1 or 2 star for me. Southern Greed is about a woman who falls for a con man and a series of mysteries and plot twists unfold. It doesn't sound bad, it sounds really good. Unfortunately, sounding and being aren't the same thing.In this book, I felt like all the pieces were there. The reason two stars won out is because of those pieces. There is so much potential here for a great story, but it is at it's absolute raw form. The main woman, whose actual name is part [...]

    2. Disguised evilIt really threw me when Belinda (Kathy) was taken by the bait that Adam dangled before her. Right from the beginning he seemed like scrum and he followed right through. It amazed me how he had this all planned out, but thank God he did succeed. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and look forward to reading more of your work.

    3. This book read more like an idea for a book that is far from being ready to be read by anyone other than the author. Not good.

    4. I didn't really care for this book. I didn't like the writing style. It was as if the author was just stating facts rather than telling a story. The whole book was just a series of this happened then this happened, with no real plot development. Also, there was no character development either. They all lacked depth, which made it impossible to connect/relate to them. It left me with the feeling of not really caring about what happened to any of them.

    5. Good readEnjoyable intrigue, love, and most important great ending. W o old love a sequel to this,more about the pirates and earlier years.

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