Review: The Truest Pleasure I could hardly wait to finish this book. I read Gap Creek by this author, which I really enjoyed. This book, The Truest Pleasure, similar background, Appalachian country, Ginny and Tom newly married... This story just seemed to go on and on...it was all I could do to finish this book!
Review: The Truest Pleasure This book was a let down after other Robert Morgan books
Review: The Truest Pleasure Made it 100 pages, but didn't like it enough to finish it.
Review: The Truest Pleasure This book really touched me. It left me wondering about the characters long after the story ended. Haunting.
Review: The Truest Pleasure Morgan is at his best when it comes to understand human relationships in a multicolored fashion. The Truest Pleasure teaches us that adversity in life comes from selfishness and that we are the most ...
Review: The Truest Pleasure I was not expecting the revivalist part of the heroine's life, but it was a very interesting counterpart to her apalachian, farm-led lifestyle, and I found I could relate to many of the characters. I loved the role whiskey plays in this book!
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