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She's Gone Country

4 Ratings: 2.8
A book by Jane Porter

Shey Darcy, a 39-year-old former top model forVogueandSports Illustratedled a charmed life in New York City with a handsome photographer husband until the day he announced he'd fallen in love with someone else. Left to pick up the pieces of her once … see full wiki

Author: Jane Porter
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: 5 Spot
4 reviews about She's Gone Country
review by . August 15, 2010
This is the second book I have read by Jane Porter. One of the reasons I keep trying to read her books is that a) she writes chick lit and b) so many seem to love her stuff.    Unfortunately, She's Gone Country is yet the second book that I struggled to get through. For some reason, Porter's writting feels almost fake to me somehow - as though her storylines are part "slapsticky" and part chick lit - it is kind of difficult to explain, but She's Gone Country is the perfect example.  &n …
review by . August 31, 2010
   Shey Darcy, at 39, has lived the life many of us can only dream of.  She is a former top model that has graced the covers of Vogue and Sport Illustrated, lives in New York City with her husband and three boys.   Life is perfect, or at least it was, when her husband of 17 years decides to finally come out of the closet and confesses to liking men.   Shey decides that moving back to her hometown of Parkfield, Texas is the best thing for her and her three boys.  …
review by . August 25, 2010
Shey Darcy, a former top model, is left to pick up the pieces after her husband of seventeen years leaves her for someone else. Angry and hurt, she picks up her glamorous New York life and moves home to Texas, with her three teenage sons in tow. Back at the family ranch where she grew up, Shey attempts to make sense of what has happened while dealing with her nosy - but well meaning - brothers and overbearing mother.      When Shey was sixteen, she was madly in love with her …
review by . August 23, 2010
Jane's books are always fun! I love how the women in her books are able to "find themselves", even after suffering a huge blow to the ego. Shey is this amazing woman that you really feel for. I like how even though she's had a rough time, she learns takes what she learned from the experience and makes changes to her life that are solely for her. It's a fantastic read!
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