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by Bettye Griffin

eBook The People Next Door download ISBN: 0739451316
Author: Bettye Griffin
Publisher: Kensington Corporation (2005)
Language: English
Pages: 293
ePub: 1687 kb
Fb2: 1775 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Romance
Subcategory: Contemporary

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Also by Bettye Griffin The People Next Door Nothing but Trouble If These Walls Could Talk A New Kind of Bliss ONCE UPON A PROJECT BETTYE GRIFFIN Kensington . Kensington Publishing Corp.

Also by Bettye Griffin The People Next Door Nothing but Trouble If These Walls Could Talk A New Kind of Bliss ONCE UPON A PROJECT BETTYE GRIFFIN Kensington Publishing.

Bettye Griffin Love Will Follow, author Bettye Griffin introduces readers to Tierney Simmons, a young wife and mother from Waukegan, Illinois, who has worked hard to support he. .

AUTHOR'S NOTE: Lost That Lovin’ Feeling is a short (approximately 25 pages) prequel (not a short story) to the upcoming mainstream romance novel Love Will Follow. Love Will Follow, author Bettye Griffin introduces readers to Tierney Simmons, a young wife and mother from Waukegan, Illinois, who has worked hard to support her husband, Steven, and young daughter, Sienna, after Steven's layoff. After years indulging his passion to write, Steven has hit the big time, selling a series he created to a cable network.

structure is as important as it is difficult. This isn't a series when I just move from featuring one couple to the next. Madison herself, who is furious. at her twin for putting something told to her in.

From the author of The People Next Door comes a smart, sexy new novel that peeks behind the curtains of one very . Praise For The Novels Of Bettye Griffin Fear and joy practically leap off the pages

From the author of The People Next Door comes a smart, sexy new novel that peeks behind the curtains of one very complicated Florida cul-de-sac, where the neighbors are a little too close for comfort. Suzanne and Brad Betancourt have a lot to be grateful for-their home, their children, and each other. Praise For The Novels Of Bettye Griffin Fear and joy practically leap off the pages. A well-written story you will hate to see end. - -Romantic Times on Once Upon a Project A compelling drama about three families striving for the American dream. Booklist on If These Walls Could Talk. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Bettye Griffin writes novels about romance in the real world. Her first novel, At Long Last Love, was published in 1998. Bettye expanded to women's fiction with the publication of The People Next Door in 2005. After having ten romances and six novels of women's fiction published, in 2009 Bettye launched Bunderful Books and became an independent writer and publisher. In this capacity she publishes new and backlist titles, including Isn't She Lovely? (2012) and Secrets & Sins (2014).

Includes reading group guide.
Comments: (7)
caif
This is a great read. I would recommend reading the first book in the series "Nothing But Trouble" first. A hilarious read about a wife whose family moves next door to her ex-husband's family.
Gardataur
After reading maybe 2 or 3 chapters of this book I knew I didn't like it, but I continued for two reasons. One, I paid for it and I hate to waste my money. Two, I hoped it'd get better. It didn't. I didn't like the characters. They were snobbish, ostentatious, insecure, constantly in competition with each other, cliquious, and thrived on gossip. The theme of the story was family and how the definition of it evolves and expands. The characters in this story didn't do justice to that theme; they nearly destroyed it.
Kison
Lisa and Darrell Canfield are in search of the perfect spot to build their dreamhouse. They each have a daughter near the same age from their first marriages and a set of adorable twins. In addition, Darrell's mom is moving with them, thus, the large house they have planned will be perfect. Just as they give up on finding the ideal location, they discover a spot near friends and begin building. All is well in their lives as they look forward to their new home.

Across town, Brad Bentacourt is a bit sick of his wife's freeloading family. He wants to convince his wife, a stay-at-home mother, that they should move closer into town--and away from her family. When an opportunity presents itself and a recently built house is available for a quick sale, he jumps at the opportunity. Though he has to convince her at first, once they see the house, she loves it and they soon make the purchase. Unbeknownst to them, they have purchased the house next door to the Canfields. To add even more drama, Lisa is Brad's ex-wife. Yep, you read correctly. Brad and his new wife have moved next door to his previous wife. Want more drama? Well, the new wife isn't happy about the idea of her step-daughter being so close to Brad and does her best to hide it from him. The previous wife loves her current husband, but feels that what Brad has, should've been hers. Can someone say

D-R-A-M-A?

Author Bettye Griffin melds an unbelievable scenario full of nosey neighbors trying to out-do each other, arguments between the new wife and the old, lessons on unruly children, and situations revolving around social status. She also touches on some major issues dealing with blended families. Through the crazy incidents, the author's wit, and the various characters with all their flaws and misgivings, THE PEOPLE NEXT DOOR is an enjoyable read. It showcases lessons on familial love, dealing with others, and learning from the lessons of the past.

Reviewed by Tee C. Royal

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The People Next Door by Bettye Griffin is a very enjoyable, entertaining read that will have you thinking long after you put it down. It is the story of The Canfields and the Bentancourts. Lisa and Darrell Canfield are looking to build their dream home and find the perfect lot in Jacksonville. Little does Lisa know that her ex-husband Brad and his wife Suzanne will end up buying the house next door. Of course, the wives don't get along because Lisa feels Suzanne is the reason for the break-up of her marriage to Brad. Suzanne, on the other hand resents Lisa because she feels Lisa is everything she is not: well-bred and educated. Suzanne grew up poor and considers herself lucky to be married to Brad, a very successful radiologist. The guys begin to build a friendship much to the surprise and dismay of the wives and of course, fireworks begin to fly because Suzanne is also resentful of the fact that Brad and Lisa share a daughter. Despite the fact that Lisa and Darrell, as well as Brad and Suzanne are happy and in love with each other, Lisa resents that fact Suzanne is living the life that she feels SHE should be living and it begins to cause problems with Lisa and Darrell. Of course, you always have the neighbors that try to keep up with everyone and put on appearances like they have more than what they have.....Ernie and Flo Hickman. Despite everything, they all learn to get along and to focus on the more important things in life: family. The People Next Door is not only a very entertaining blend of drama and comedy but it also deals with family issues and makes you aware of how things are in dealing with blended families. I give this book 4 stars!!!! Reviewed by Shay C of PeoplewholoveGoodBooks
Shakataxe
This book had the potential to be great, but it was completely to enamored with the 'keeping up with the Joneses' thing. Siddity people all trying to out do each other. The story itself is believable, many people face this every day (I have NOSEY neighbors just like the ones she describes, down to the husband asking my husband how much he makes!)I like the way it touched on the blended families issue. Although Lisa and Susanne both got on my nerves, Lisa being the under cover envious ex wife who didn't seem very loving to her husband she seemed stuck up and stiff, and constantly embarrassed that her husband didn't have what her ex did(she didn't say that she just acted like it). And Susanne being the dim wit house wife (who finally snagged a rich man to take care of her and her lazy family)with no wants of doing anything else besides spend her husbands money on stuff she can show off and her lazy trifling family, she whined about feeling out of place when going places with him because the other women 'knew' things about world events or their careers and she was content knowing nothing and trying to look pretty, she didn't work but the broad wouldn't even cook a real meal! The story did drag a bit as everyone talked about everyone else and what they had or didn't have (the scene in the grocery store where Sue was stocking up on hamburger helper and noticed Lisa's basket filled with 'wrapped' meats from the butcher so she was spending 'real' money on meats and Suzanne was embarrassed to be seen with all that hamburger helper...give me a break!) Also the way it ended seemed like the author just got tired. I wouldn't recommend buying this book and it COULD be book club worthy if focused on the real issues in the story and not who had the most expensive whatever.