Frank, Dorothea Benton - Books
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Mon Jul 06 00:00:00 MDT 2009strawwench Rating:5.0
Another wonderful book from Dorothea Benton Frank. Her stories consistently deliver interesting characters with fun storylines.
Fri Oct 05 00:00:00 MDT 2012strawwench Rating:5.0
Dorothea Benton Frank has provided us with another enjoyable story of healing and moving on after a sad life experience. Her books paint pictures of characters that you can totally see having as friends in real life. Very enjoyable read!
Fri Jun 21 00:00:00 MDT 2013strawwench Rating:5.0
I've read everything Dorothea Benton Frank has written and this one is just as enjoyable. She has a knack for making characters come alive on the pages and make you care what has happened to them and how they cope. If you're a fan of, what I like to refer to as, beach or pool reading (stuff that's not too mentally heavy), do yourself a favor and discover this author.
Tue Jul 30 00:00:00 MDT 2013strawwench Rating:5.0
I adore Dorothea Benton Frank and every single thing she's written so when this one became available, I couldn't wait to get my hands on it. I wasn't disappointed. What I love most about Ms. Frank is her ability to really draw you into the characters and care. And her characters overcome life obstacles that occur in everyday life leaving you feeling good for most of the characters involved. I have two friends whose lives could have been the main character "Les" so I've recommended they read this for hope that, perhaps, they'll come out on the other side stronger. Hat's off to Ms. Frank for another awesome book!
Thu Aug 02 00:00:00 MDT 2012jorupp Rating:5.0
Dorthea Benton Frank never lets me down. I look forward to every book that she writes. I will continue to purchase eveythiing she writes.
Mon Jan 28 00:00:00 MST 2008strawwench Rating:5.0
Dorthea Benton Frank is now one of my favorite authors. Her ability to describe her surroundings really take you there. You can almost smell the salt in the air. And I can't help but laugh out loud as I read her novels. She's just flat-out fun to read.