Plain Jayne - Laura Drewry

Plain Jayne

By Laura Drewry

  • Release Date: 2019-02-11
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 510 Ratings

Description

"Small-town contemporary romance as its finest." - NYT Bestselling author, Kristi Cook.

For the last dozen of those years, Jayne has lived half way across the country, and even though she and Nick have stayed in contact, she hasn't actually seen him since he kicked her out of his wife's funeral almost four years ago.

Does she still have feelings for Nick? Possibly. . .maybe. . .okay, yes, but the Jayne who left town all those years ago is not the same Jayne who's moving back. This Jayne is smarter, more experienced, and determined to build herself a better life, the kind of life she wants and deserves. She's a grown-ass woman with a plan for crying out loud, and she's not about to let these feelings for Nick slow her down another second.

But from the second she hits town, she knows it's only a matter of time before this freight train of disaster derails in spectacular fashion, and when it does, she's not only going to lose her best friend, but the only family she's ever known.

Reviews

  • Very well written!

    5
    By sandy 400
    This is a story well told, with believable conversations, enough good descriptions to set time and place, and a time line that keeps the story going. All things you don’t find in many books. There also is reference to classic literature and quotes from more everyday sources that made me smile. Thank you!
  • Loved!!

    5
    By Nellie_t
    Loved the characters and the plot wasn’t very fast paced which I liked.
  • Plain Jayne

    5
    By Sug36ll
    Wonderful storyline! Since I don’t want to give anything away, that’s all I’m saying!! Everyone needs to read this book! Thank you for your gift of writing. JK
  • Improbable

    1
    By straighttalker198
    Confused why nick kicked jayne out at the funeral. Nick is the one who should be begging jayne to forgive him. There was a lot of unanswered questions after reading this book. A lot of frustrations with the highly improbable scenario.