Ebook è Turtle Soup eBook Þ

Ebook è Turtle Soup eBook Þ


Turtle Soup ❴Reading❵ ➾ Turtle Soup Author Danielle Thorne – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Sea turtles may be endangered but after an encounter with marine biologist Jack Brandon nothing will stop Sara Hart from naming her deli Turtle Soup When Jack takes a job at the Georgia Auarium Sara f Sea turtles may be endangered but after an encounter with marine biologist Jack Brandon nothing will stop Sara Hart from naming her deli Turtle Soup When Jack takes a job at the Georgia Auarium Sara finds the environmental poster boy at her door hungry and carrying a chip on his shoulder Neither thinks the other has what it takes until a scuba class reveals what lies beneath the surface.

  • ebook
  • 161 pages
  • Turtle Soup
  • Danielle Thorne
  • English
  • 10 July 2016

About the Author: Danielle Thorne

Danielle Thorne is the author of classic romance and adventure in several genres She loves Jane Austen pirates beaches cookies antiues cats dogs and long naps She does not like phone calls or sushi A graduate of BYU Idaho Danielle saw early work published by Every Day Fiction Arts and Prose Magazine Mississippi Crow The Nantahala Review StorySouth and you get the idea Besides wr.



10 thoughts on “Turtle Soup

  1. Anne Anne says:

    DNF at 40% I just wasn't into it and the characters were annoying I had a hard time following what was going on and where the story was going Too bad because I love turtles

  2. B.J. Robinson B.J. Robinson says:

    Turtle Soup by Danielle Thorne is 21 Chapters of romance set in Georgia with a Caribbean visit published by the author Smashwords Edition Copyright 2010 Sara Hart and Jack Brandon collide and she ends up with his planner his little black book When she discovers he's a marine biologist who works at the Georgia Auarium and researches sea turltes she decides to name her deli Turtle Soup From their first encounter they conflict instead of click Sara takes a scuba class and Jack turns out to be a diving instructor hero in ways than one They can't see eye to eye on land but underneath the beautiful water through their diving masks their vision becomes clear Add Jack's eighty year old secretary and a jealous redhead to the mix Will Sara and Jack ever reconcile their differences? Sara's deli struggles Will she be able to survive and save it? What will become of the homeless man who sleeps against the wall of the deli's backdoor? And can Sara overcome her fear of water after losing both her parents to a drowning accident long enough to become a certified diver? Worse when Jack gives up on Sara and leaves Georgia to return home to his boat in the Caribbean will Sara's Caribbean vacation cost her niece her life? Will Jack give up on Sara for good or can an underwater world and an old sea turtle friend change their conflicting views?Once I started this novel I didn't want to put it down It's creative and original with a different type of hero I found the Georgia Auarium and sea turtle research interesting and the author's underwater descriptions allow the reader to experience diving with vivid detail It's not just another romance but it's a sea turtle one I thoroughly enjoyed This novel is available at Barnes and Noble as a Nook book for only 499 which is the way I enjoyed it Don't miss the author's beautiful blog at and if you don't have an ereader you can download the novel as a PDF file and read it on your computer You may visit Danielle Thorne on Facebook A free Nook app is available for download on your iphone from Barnes and Noble The book has a beautiful cover that will make you want to dive right in and discover the Caribbean treasure in a wonderland of underwater diving Catch Turtle Soup and a free recipe at the end of the novel for Turtle Soup's cherry whip

  3. Gail Pallotta Gail Pallotta says:

    Jack Brandon and Sara Hart literally run into each other at the airport as Turtle Soup opens Jack spills some of his belongings including his little black book Sara picks it up After she discovers that Jack’s sea turtle foundation is down the street from the place where she’s starting a restaurant in Atlanta Georgia she decides to hand deliver his book Unknown to Sara and the reader Jack’s trying to cope with the loss of his fiancé Unfortunately she was killed in a diving accident he believes he could have prevented He’s neither appreciative nor friendly when Sara returns his lost possession Because Sara feels he treated her rudely she retaliates by naming her restaurant Turtle Soup From that point encounters between Jack and Sara are a series of misunderstandings miscommunications and confrontations even though each is attracted to the other The tension Danielle Thorne creates between Jack and Sara along with the heart and humor she puts into the story keep the reader turning pages and wondering when the two ever will get together Mrs Thorne has such great insight into both the male and female minds Reminiscent of a Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock movie this book is fun to read I highly recommend spending time with the characters in this sweet uplifting romance

  4. E.A. West E.A. West says:

    Sara and Jack clash every time they meet but they definitely have an attraction to each other As Sara struggles with her business and dive lessons Jack struggles to survive charity politics and overcome past hurts At times it seems like they will never get their lives together and get together romantically Turtle Soup is a wonderful sweet romance full of humor and heartbreak not to mention descriptions so vivid you can almost smell the soup no turtles were harmed however Danielle Thorne has written an amazing story that draws the reader in from the very beginning I highly recommend Turtle Soup to anyone who love sweet romance I look forward to reading of Danielle's work

  5. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    I enjoyed this sweet romance about an unlikely couple who have to overcome a series of misunderstandings and past hurts in order to truely appreciate one another I like how they have to recognize the different ways men and women react to situations and each other in order to overcome the prejudices they have against one another

  6. Dawn White Dawn White says:

    I loved reading this book Every time I had to put the book down I couldn't wait to get back to it The descriptions made me feel like I was watching the story from the inside Can't wait to read Danielle Thorne's other book The Privateer

  7. Bookconfessions Bookconfessions says:

    I anticipated a lot of witty banter from the premise of this book and the plot sounds adorable The book is very clean but not really my cup of soup The witty banter came across like verbal onslaughts  which were too harsh to create any romantic tension I had a hard time following the conversations and determining who was throwing which barbs The characters were written authentically with genuine problems and interesting backgrounds I couldn't reconcile however the two sides of Jack I kept hoping for a satisfactory explanation for his behavior but was left feeling like the Jack at the end was a completely different person than the jerk through out the book and there was no bridge to connect the change 

  8. Terressa Terressa says:

    Sweet little story I liked the story line and character development Disclosure statementI receive complimentary books for review from publishers publicistsandor authors including Netgalley I am not reuired to write positivereviews The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing thisin accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR Part 255

  9. S Hromas S Hromas says:

    Pretty good readIt finished a little fast and characters that could not stand each other somehow managed to turn on a dime and fall deeply in love A pet peeve of mine is when characters don't have money but somehow are able to take spur of the moment trips Those are the main reasons it's a 3 star and not a 4 star

  10. Tiffany Keith Tiffany Keith says:

    I liked the book but I had a hard time with the characters They seemed to hate each other for no real reason It was kind of hard to follow and I never fell in love with Sara and Jack I probably won't reread it

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10 thoughts on “Turtle Soup

  1. Anne Anne says:

    DNF at 40% I just wasn't into it and the characters were annoying I had a hard time following what was going on and where the story was going Too bad because I love turtles

  2. B.J. Robinson B.J. Robinson says:

    Turtle Soup by Danielle Thorne is 21 Chapters of romance set in Georgia with a Caribbean visit published by the author Smashwords Edition Copyright 2010 Sara Hart and Jack Brandon collide and she ends up with his planner his little black book When she discovers he's a marine biologist who works at the Georgia Auarium and researches sea turltes she decides to name her deli Turtle Soup From their first encounter they conflict instead of click Sara takes a scuba class and Jack turns out to be a diving instructor hero in ways than one They can't see eye to eye on land but underneath the beautiful water through their diving masks their vision becomes clear Add Jack's eighty year old secretary and a jealous redhead to the mix Will Sara and Jack ever reconcile their differences? Sara's deli struggles Will she be able to survive and save it? What will become of the homeless man who sleeps against the wall of the deli's backdoor? And can Sara overcome her fear of water after losing both her parents to a drowning accident long enough to become a certified diver? Worse when Jack gives up on Sara and leaves Georgia to return home to his boat in the Caribbean will Sara's Caribbean vacation cost her niece her life? Will Jack give up on Sara for good or can an underwater world and an old sea turtle friend change their conflicting views?Once I started this novel I didn't want to put it down It's creative and original with a different type of hero I found the Georgia Auarium and sea turtle research interesting and the author's underwater descriptions allow the reader to experience diving with vivid detail It's not just another romance but it's a sea turtle one I thoroughly enjoyed This novel is available at Barnes and Noble as a Nook book for only 499 which is the way I enjoyed it Don't miss the author's beautiful blog at and if you don't have an ereader you can download the novel as a PDF file and read it on your computer You may visit Danielle Thorne on Facebook A free Nook app is available for download on your iphone from Barnes and Noble The book has a beautiful cover that will make you want to dive right in and discover the Caribbean treasure in a wonderland of underwater diving Catch Turtle Soup and a free recipe at the end of the novel for Turtle Soup's cherry whip

  3. Gail Pallotta Gail Pallotta says:

    Jack Brandon and Sara Hart literally run into each other at the airport as Turtle Soup opens Jack spills some of his belongings including his little black book Sara picks it up After she discovers that Jack’s sea turtle foundation is down the street from the place where she’s starting a restaurant in Atlanta Georgia she decides to hand deliver his book Unknown to Sara and the reader Jack’s trying to cope with the loss of his fiancé Unfortunately she was killed in a diving accident he believes he could have prevented He’s neither appreciative nor friendly when Sara returns his lost possession Because Sara feels he treated her rudely she retaliates by naming her restaurant Turtle Soup From that point encounters between Jack and Sara are a series of misunderstandings miscommunications and confrontations even though each is attracted to the other The tension Danielle Thorne creates between Jack and Sara along with the heart and humor she puts into the story keep the reader turning pages and wondering when the two ever will get together Mrs Thorne has such great insight into both the male and female minds Reminiscent of a Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock movie this book is fun to read I highly recommend spending time with the characters in this sweet uplifting romance

  4. E.A. West E.A. West says:

    Sara and Jack clash every time they meet but they definitely have an attraction to each other As Sara struggles with her business and dive lessons Jack struggles to survive charity politics and overcome past hurts At times it seems like they will never get their lives together and get together romantically Turtle Soup is a wonderful sweet romance full of humor and heartbreak not to mention descriptions so vivid you can almost smell the soup no turtles were harmed however Danielle Thorne has written an amazing story that draws the reader in from the very beginning I highly recommend Turtle Soup to anyone who love sweet romance I look forward to reading of Danielle's work

  5. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    I enjoyed this sweet romance about an unlikely couple who have to overcome a series of misunderstandings and past hurts in order to truely appreciate one another I like how they have to recognize the different ways men and women react to situations and each other in order to overcome the prejudices they have against one another

  6. Dawn White Dawn White says:

    I loved reading this book Every time I had to put the book down I couldn't wait to get back to it The descriptions made me feel like I was watching the story from the inside Can't wait to read Danielle Thorne's other book The Privateer

  7. Bookconfessions Bookconfessions says:

    I anticipated a lot of witty banter from the premise of this book and the plot sounds adorable The book is very clean but not really my cup of soup The witty banter came across like verbal onslaughts  which were too harsh to create any romantic tension I had a hard time following the conversations and determining who was throwing which barbs The characters were written authentically with genuine problems and interesting backgrounds I couldn't reconcile however the two sides of Jack I kept hoping for a satisfactory explanation for his behavior but was left feeling like the Jack at the end was a completely different person than the jerk through out the book and there was no bridge to connect the change 

  8. Terressa Terressa says:

    Sweet little story I liked the story line and character development Disclosure statementI receive complimentary books for review from publishers publicistsandor authors including Netgalley I am not reuired to write positivereviews The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing thisin accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR Part 255

  9. S Hromas S Hromas says:

    Pretty good readIt finished a little fast and characters that could not stand each other somehow managed to turn on a dime and fall deeply in love A pet peeve of mine is when characters don't have money but somehow are able to take spur of the moment trips Those are the main reasons it's a 3 star and not a 4 star

  10. Tiffany Keith Tiffany Keith says:

    I liked the book but I had a hard time with the characters They seemed to hate each other for no real reason It was kind of hard to follow and I never fell in love with Sara and Jack I probably won't reread it

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