Harvest Moon Getting past the librarian s guard Trent Jamieson isn t one for virtual romance but there s something about the intriguing woman he meets on the Internet he can t resist Then the small town bachelor

  • Title: Harvest Moon
  • Author: Sharon Struth
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  • Page: 271
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  • Getting past the librarian s guard Trent Jamieson isn t one for virtual romance, but there s something about the intriguing woman he meets on the Internet he can t resist Then the small town bachelor discovers the mystery woman who shares her secrets with him online is the laced up librarian in his self defense class Veronica Sussingham may just be his toughest student yGetting past the librarian s guard Trent Jamieson isn t one for virtual romance, but there s something about the intriguing woman he meets on the Internet he can t resist Then the small town bachelor discovers the mystery woman who shares her secrets with him online is the laced up librarian in his self defense class Veronica Sussingham may just be his toughest student yet Because how can he show the vulnerable beauty that some men are worth letting your guard down for Veronica returned to her hometown seeking shelter for her shattered spirit The last thing she needs is a blue eyed charmer who wants to show her how to live and love again Then she discovers Trent is not just another admirer, but a man who knows her deepest secrets Now Veronica must choose between running from her past or finding future happiness with the kind of man she swore she d never fall for

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    About "Sharon Struth"

    1. Sharon Struth

      Sharon Struth believes you re never too old to pursue a dream The Hourglass, her debut novel, was a finalist in the National Readers Choice Awards for Best First Book, and her Blue Moon Lake Novels includes the Barnes Noble bestseller, Share the Moon.When she s not working, she and her husband happily sip their way through the scenic towns of the Connecticut Wine Trail, travel the world, and enjoy spending time with their precious pets and two grown daughters She writes from the friendliest place she s ever lived, Bethel, Connecticut For information, including where to find her published essays, please visit sharonstruth or visit her blog, Musings from the Middle Ages More at sharonstruth.wordpress.

    141 thoughts on “Harvest Moon”

    1. 2 stars. DNF @40%. Review posted October 23, 2015It's the first time that this happened to me this year, but I've been reading three fantastic books in a row, and it saddens me to say that Harvest Moon by Sharon Struth did not even scratch a tiny little corner let alone the entire surface of my last three reads which were pure awesome sauce.From the first chapter I did have problems to get into the story. The characters didn't hold my interest at all and the writing was way too formulaic, the pl [...]

    2. Veronica and Trent should not work. While Veronica's need to keep herself safe makes her uptight and closed off, Trent's well-earned wildman personality lets him keep an arm's length from romantic entanglement. Through their alternate personnas as Etta and Ry--the two unsuspectingly corresponding on a music blog--we get to see who they are behind the walls they keep. When Trent figures out the woman whose gotten under his skin in real life is the same woman who touched him so deeply online, thin [...]

    3. I received an Advanced Released Copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Harvest Moon is book two in the Blue Moon Lake Series. Once again Sharon Struth has written a beautiful love story that everyone can relate to. Sharon's books are filled with real situations and characters that have flaws and insecurities just like we do. This isn't a book where the main characters fall in love or lust with each other at first site, jump into bed together and get married all within a few weeks of [...]

    4. 4.5 starsHarvest Moon is a great read. It's a romance about two damaged people who find hope, common ground and ultimately love in one another.Etta and Ry, their online aliases, first meet on a blog about music. Later, Veronica and Trent, their real names, meet in an elevator and then again, the old fashion way, as they share friends and a town of residence in common.Online, bolstered by a veil of anonymity, the couple shares secrets, fears and truths that constantly draw them closer to one anot [...]

    5. This is a new-to-me author. This would be the second book of hers I’ve had the pleasure to read and it won’t be my last. The biggest thing I love about her writing is the realism. She has this way of pulling me into the lives of her characters, who are so realistic I’m immediately drawn into following them. By the end of the first scene, I’m already invested in Victoria and her life. I won’t give away spoilers, but I will say that the suspense is well done, because it’s subtle. The a [...]

    6. This might be my favorite book in the series so far. In the previous book we got to meet Trent and learn about his adoption and addiction. Now finally we get more about his life and the man who he has become.Trent happens to run a blog about music and he has been emailing a blogger for awhile. They are able to speak freely and talk about things that they love. What Trent doesn't know that his secret email buddy happens to be Veronica. Veronica was raped in college and has never told a sole. Alth [...]

    7. As with other books by Sharon Struth, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this tale of discovery. Veronica and Trent both have struggles to overcome. Each becomes the others strength in building a better life, but not without some very interesting happenings. I'm looking forward to future books in this series. Each of these books have been heart warming with delightful conclusions, and meaningful purpose. This book dealt with a very true to life and difficult topic-date rape, and the recovery and heali [...]

    8. I enjoyed this book even more than the last one in the series! It was nice to see Duncan and Sophie again after enjoying them in Share The Moon, but I really enjoyed meeting his brother Trent. There's just something about two injured souls finding each other that pulls at the heartstrings, so having him find Veronica was really comforting to read.Trent Jamieson has had a dramatic life, but he's finally coming into himself and finding that he's happier being himself and living an honest life. He [...]

    9. Trent has made some serious mistakes in his past. But he's matured and has now been clean and sober for three years. Veronica's pasted is shadowed by a tragic event and she's now reluctant to enter into any relationships. But she's found love with an anonymous blog writer whom she's never met. They share a lot of common interests and seem to understand each other. Veronica feels safe sharing her darkest secrets with him. But the guy, Trent, that she meets in real life is also pulling her out of [...]

    10. Harvest Moon is a sweet romance about healing and second chances. It's second in the series (after a 1.5 novella--Twelve Nights--that didn't have any overlap in characters that I could see) and I have to admit, I did feel at a bit of a loss not having read the first one in the series (Share the Moon) prior to this one. Harvest Moon appears to pick the story up where Share left off, and I think I might have gotten a better feel for Trent's situation had I read the other book first. It wasn't a hu [...]

    11. ARC REVIEWThis is book two in the Blue Moon Lake series. From what I can tell it is not necessary to read the previous book or even the novella in between them, The past events are pretty much summarized and put into context so it isn't necessary to read the other books prior to this one. It is a small town romance series and i usually like those but I couldn't connect with the characters in this one. Trent and Veronica are perfect for each other. Trent needs redemption and he finds his chance i [...]

    12. Trent has returned to live in his hometown several years after leaving in a spectacular fashion. He’s put to bed some demons from his past, but there are still some hanging around. By day he works with his brother at the recently purchased vineyard, and by night he writes music and plays in a band. While he’s divorced, and doesn’t mind keeping company with a woman now and again, he has no interest in settling down in a long-term relationship again, so he is confused when the reserved libra [...]

    13. This was a cute story, even if slow at times. I loved Trent and Veronica's initial meeting -- however how your siblings could be engaged and you've never ever met is beyond me (heck, my brother and his now wife met and spent all their non-married time in Okinawa, and I still met her via Skype). But regardless, they certainly had a meet-cute, even if they had no idea who the other truly was initially.Or for a little while, for that matter.Veronica and Trent meet in an elevator of all places -- Ve [...]

    14. Thanks to Netgalley and Kensington Lyrical Press for ARC.This was different from other books I have read. I would give this book 4 1/2 stars. First Veronica was in her thirty and Trent was in his forty. It was refreshing to people older than early twenties. Both had trouble past and they were struggling to overcome it. Veronica had difficulty continuing her relationship and Trent had trouble past (secret regarding his birth and people considered him to be trouble maker. They met each other in an [...]

    15. Trent Jamieson isn’t one for virtual romance, but there’s something about the intriguing woman he meets on the Internet he can’t resist. Then the small town bachelor discovers the mystery woman who shares her secrets with him online is the laced-up librarian in his self-defense class! Veronica Sussingham may just be his toughest student yet. Because how can he show the vulnerable beauty that some men are worth letting your guard down for?Veronica returned to her hometown seeking shelter fo [...]

    16. Veronica is one tough cookie. Even though she's sheltered herself since leaving graduate school she is determined to get over her past. Trent is enraptured with Veronica and wants to help her get over her struggles I enjoy how Trent never gives up and is determined to help Veronica and himself. The chemistry between Trent and Veronica shoots right off the pages and wraps around your heart. Their story had me enthralled to the very end. The email correspondence between the two kept me on my toes [...]

    17. Review Posted at HarlequinJunkiedo virtual romances have a happy ending? Although Trent Jamieson doesn’t believe love can be found online – at least for him – he’s tempted by the woman he’s been sharing his adoration of music with. If only she’d agree to meet with him in person. Soon enough, he finds his wish may have been granted when he meets Veronica Sussingham – a woman that shares a similar past to his online mystery woman. Is it possible she’s the one sharing her shattered [...]

    18. A wonderful sweet read that had me hooked from the very beginning. Trent and Veronica are two characters that I connected with right away and my fondness for them only grew as the story unfolded. The kindness and caring that Trent shows Veronica just grabbed my heart. The story is very interesting and has little secrets and twists throughout. Very enjoyable read that I would recommend to everyone.

    19. 4.5/5.0When the reader is introduced to Veronica, her life is ruled by fear. "Harvest Moon" is not only about love, but why she decides to conquer that fear. Read full review in the 2016 March issue of InD'tale Magazine.

    20. It was sweet and romantic. The characters complimented each other wonderfully. Trent and Veronica make the perfect couple. From heartbreak to love. The parts of Ry and Etta were a perfect way to bring them together without them realizing until later. The scenery was beautiful and the story was well written. I loved reading their story.

    21. I loved reading Sharon Struth's "Harvest Moon" from start to finish & looking forward to #3. She has a lovely way of creating realistic characters that are truly romantic & not routed in fantasy which is refreshing for this genre of writing. Her witty way with words also made me smile as I read her novel & I can't wait to read #3 in her novel series.

    22. Another author that is new to me. I won a copy of Harvest Moon in a giveaway. I haven't read a romance novel in years but really enjoyed this one. I really liked the realism. I also liked the fact it's not 20 somethings and there really are second chances in life. It's well written and I will definitely be looking for the author's other books.

    23. Thank you for another great read Sharon Struth! I enjoyed catching up with many of the characters in "Harvest Moon," who feel like old friends now. I enjoy a well-written book with relatable characters and Struth has done that again with this new story in the Blue Moon Lake series. I'm looking forward to the next book.

    24. Online dating can really be a challenge in anyone's world, but when all your hopes are placed on the online description of your date then nothing but the opposite comes into play. Fun read with some twists & turns for the reader.

    25. I was highly anticipating the release of this book, having read the first in this series, Share the Moon. It had been a while since I read "Share", but upon starting Harvest Moon, I instantly became immersed in the quaint Connecticut town centered around Blue Moon Lake once more. This story begins where Share the Moon left off, although this one could be a stand alone read. Trent Jamison (Duncan Jamison's adopted brother), is looking for redemption. Upon learning years ago that his entire life w [...]

    26. Harvest Moon is the second book in the Blue Moon Lake Series by Sharon Struth. I don't rehash the blurb or give spoilers in my review. Ms. Struth tells the story of two people, who in a very clever twist, are keeping the same secret from each other without knowing it, but who need healing, redemption and true love. And she's told it very well.Sophie and Duncan are back from Share The Moon (Book 1) but the story revolves around Duncan's brother Trent, who comes back to town lugging a little bagga [...]

    27. Blue Moon Lake 2: Harvest Moon by Sharon Struth is my first read by this author.I didn't read the first book in the series, but didn't feel behind in any way. It seems the books can be read as stand alones, which is great because you can always go back and pick up the rest should you accidentally start in the middle like I did. The characters are likeable with their own issues to work out. A plot twist is revealed in the blurb, and the reader can quickly figure out what is going on before the ch [...]

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