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!!> Reading ➵ Spring Fever (Holly Creek, #2) ➭ Author Poppy Dennison – Eiyo.us

Spring Fever (Holly Creek, #2) Jefferson Lee Davis, Holly Creek S New Director Of Publicity, Is Gearing Up For The Next Big Town Event, The Summer Rose Festival The Job Is Running Smoothly, But The Course Of True Love Has Hit A Rocky Patch His Hunky Boyfriend, Sheriff Zane Yarbrough, Is Receiving Mysterious Phone Calls He Doesn T Want To Discuss While Jefferson Lee Is Blindsided By Jealousy, The Second Shoe Drops With The Appearance Of A Handsome Stranger In The Small Tight Knit Community Needing Answers, Jefferson Lee Enlists His Best Gal Pal Clover Crofton To Help Find Out What Secrets Zane Is Hiding When They Land Themselves In Trouble Than Jefferson Lee Bargained For, He And Zane Face The First Big Test Of Their Relationship Zane And Jefferson Lee Must Work Through Their Trust Issues If They Re Going To Make It As A Couple, And Clover May Just Have A Thing Or Two To Learn Herself.

!!> Reading ➵ Spring Fever (Holly Creek, #2)  ➭ Author Poppy Dennison – Eiyo.us
  • ebook
  • 70 pages
  • Spring Fever (Holly Creek, #2)
  • Poppy Dennison
  • English
  • 26 October 2017
  • 1634772326

    10 thoughts on “!!> Reading ➵ Spring Fever (Holly Creek, #2) ➭ Author Poppy Dennison – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    3.5 starsCute Quirky Fun Definitely still enjoyed this small town and its residents Including Mr Hartman s dog lol Jefferson has a mouth diatribe that entertained the hell out of me I loved reading his dialogs lol I really liked the fact that Jefferson and Zane actually talked out their trust issues even though it happened AFTER Jefferson and Clover got into trouble of course With books that feature same couples throughout, I love to see they progress to the better, and them ta 3.5 starsCute Quirky Fun Definitely still enjoyed this small town and its residents Including Mr Hartman s dog lol Jefferson has a mouth diatribe that entertained the hell out o...


  2. says:

    4.25 starsAww, there s something so sweet and funny and heartwarming about this series I don t always like small town stories but Holly Creek is not your typical small town It s quirky and filled with lots of great characters Of course my favour...


  3. says:

    Fabulous revisit with Jefferson Lee and his hunky cop boyfriend, the good Sheriff Zane, and all the characters from Holly Creek Jefferson Lee is busy planning another festival, Zane is busy being the long arm of the law, and both are busy with each other Except Zane starts hiding some phone calls he s getting, and Je...


  4. says:

    Wait, what What happened to the rest of the book It was cute, what there was of it, but it felt like it ended in the middle of the story.


  5. says:

    Is this going to be a trilogy It feels like it is I mean, this book totally felt like the middle book The book where not much really happens except setting up everything for the next book.That doesn t mean I didn t like it because I did I have a thing for Jefferson Lee Like how I have a thing for Jory He is irresisti...


  6. says:

    As excited as I was to be back in Holly Creek with beloved characters and ensuing craziness, I was farexcited to see what Jefferson Lee, his insane best friend, Clover, and his hunky boyfriend, Sheriff Zane, we re getting up to For you see, anything is possible when Jefferson Lee and Clover are at the helm, and sometimes I m not sure how much this small town can take.The ending of the first book in the series left Jefferson as the new Director of Publicity for the town, receiving a pittan As excited as I was to be back in Holly Creek with beloved characters and ensuing craziness, I was farexcited to see what Jefferson Lee, his insane best friend, Clover, and his hunky boyfriend, Sheriff Zane, we re getting up to For you see, anything is possible when Jefferson Lee and Clover are at the helm, and sometimes I m not sure how much this small town can take.The ending of the first book in the series left Jefferson as the new Director of Publicity for the town, receiving a pittance of a salary, but it enabled him to stay, to c...


  7. says:

    More of Jefferson Leigh Clover please Love this series


  8. says:

    Kurz und b ndig Leider wie der Vorg nger zu kurz Die Geschichte rast nur so dahin, dabei h tte man sehr viel draus machen k nnen Aber die Geschichte lebt von den sympathischen Protagonisten Daher drei Sterne.


  9. says:

    Spring Fever pretty much picks up where Dogwood Days ended We have Jefferson Lee and Sheriff Zane in a relationship and Jefferson is now the Director of Publicity for Holly Creek.The first page of this book had me LOLing in bed because Jefferson cannot let go of the fact that people in this small town have seen his bare butt Sure, it was as an infant or so he thinks before he is told he and Zane should close the curtains at night But wait, I want to see what was going on when those curtains Spring Fever pretty much picks up where Dogwood Days ended We have Jefferson Lee and Sheriff Zane in a relationship and Jefferson is now the Director of Publicity for Holly Creek.The first page of this book had me LOLing in bed because Jefferson cannot...


  10. says:

    Spring Fever picks up roughly where Dogwood Days left off and it s just as amazing as Dogwood Days, maybe even better But if you have any plans to read this without previously reading Dogwood Days, I m afraid that s not going to work Spring Fever has the same cast of charming, funny, crazy, amazing characters as Dogwood Days and the main characters are still Sheriff Zane and Jefferson Leigh There s a new guy in town and his name is Troy you see, Troy is six feet of perfection, a blond hunk o Spring Fever picks up roughly where Dogwood Days left off and it s just as amazing as Dogwood Days, maybe even better But if you have any plans to read this without previously reading Dogwood Days, I m afraid that s not going to work Spring Fever has the same cast of charming, funny, crazy, amazi...

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