The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square (2020)

The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square Rosina Lippi The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square From the author of Tied to the Tracks comes a charming new novel set in Lambert s Corner South Carolina a beautiful town where no one s secrets remain secret for very long For John Dodge moving to n
  • Title: The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square
  • Author: Rosina Lippi
  • ISBN: 9780399154669
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Hardcover
The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square Rosina Lippi From the author of Tied to the Tracks comes a charming new novel set in Lambert s Corner, South Carolina a beautiful town where no one s secrets remain secret for very long For John Dodge, moving to new places and reviving ailing businesses is a way of life So when he sees an ad for Scriveners, a stationery shop in a small town in South Carolina, he decides to take theFrom the author of Tied to the Tracks comes a charming new novel set in Lambert s Corner, South Carolina a beautiful town where no one s secrets remain secret for very long For John Dodge, moving to new places and reviving ailing businesses is a way of life So when he sees an ad for Scriveners, a stationery shop in a small town in South Carolina, he decides to take the plunge As soon as he arrives in Lambert s Corner, Dodge falls happily into the whirl of gossip, gifts, and quintessential Southern hospitality Link Kay, one of his employees, warms up to him after Dodge admires his expertise on pens Bean Hurt a feisty and outspoken ten year old becomes a fast friend And Maude Golden, the mayor, supplies him with indispensable information But the one person who really catches Dodge s eye is Julia Darrow the beautiful but aloof pajama wearing owner of the Cocoon, a popular store specializing in luxury linens Dodge tries to befriend her, but she remains elusive and mysterious Everyone knows that she is a widow, but no one seems to know why she came to town or why she never leaves Lambert Square or does she Like Dodge, Chicago born Julia is fleeing a tumultuous past But with the help of a hilarious and endearing cast of characters, Julia and Dodge learn that, sometimes, you don t need to go far to find home.
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  1. Susan E

    I am a fan of Rosina, who has written some of my all time favorite historical novels, The Wilderness Series, under her pen name, Sara Donati And I loved Homestead, her first book under her real name And I read her weblog, and want to support her, so I bought this book, hardcover and new, which I seldom do except for her Wilderness books, which bought new hardcover, knowing I will read them over and over I appreciate that someone who had committed to writing a historically accurate series might w [...]

  2. Alisha

    The story takes place in a fictional town of Lamb s Corner in Southern Carolina Typical of a southern town, population of around 6000, all the residence of the town are born and raised All in their late 50s and up with the exception of a hand full of 35 40 aged people.The town is struggling to survive till an automotive company from Sweden comes to build a factory with which to build it s cars to sell in the States Thus providing the town with jobs and a higher population, bringing in business [...]

  3. Kellie

    This book s biggest problem is that none of the main characters are particularly likable or sympathetic Dodge comes across as manipulative and insincere Julia comes across as cold and secretive In an attempt to build suspense, much of Julia s back story is not revealed until the final quarter of the book too late to wring any pity from the reader The love story is unoriginal and the admittedly steamy sex scenes are probably the only interesting passages in the book Even the happy ending is somew [...]

  4. Christie

    I should almost abstain from giving this book a star rating considering the post surgical drug induced state in which I read the first 15 pages and thought that Dodge character was a dog being persosnified Nevertheless, I always have an opinion I thought the town of Lamb s Corner was charming It, in and of itself my favorite character It was the most relatable certainly.Problems the construction of the book was poorly executed, the characters were too abundant to develop strong feelings for any [...]

  5. Mary

    Julia runs a fine linen shop in a small South Carolina town of Lamb s Corner It suits her well as she recovers from the death of her young husband.John Dodge moves from town to town rehabbing failing businesses He never stays in one town for longer than two years and is happy with that lifestyle Then he takes over a collectible pen shop in Lamb s Corner, South Carolina, meets Julia and his life changes forever.This was a fun, small town, sexy romance just perfect for snuggling up with on a cold [...]

  6. Andrea

    sounds like a comforting read close From the author of Tied to the Tracks comes a charming new novel set in Lambert s Corner, South Carolina a beautiful town where no one s secrets remain secret for very long For John Dodge, moving to new places and reviving ailing businesses is a way of life So when he sees an ad for Scriveners, a stationery shop in a small town in South Carolina, he decides to take the plunge As soon as he arrives in Lambert s Corner, Dodge falls happily into the whirl of goss [...]

  7. Book Concierge

    After Julia Darrow is widowed, she moves to the small South Carolina town where her architect husband had designed and built a multi use renovation of an abandoned plant She now owns and operates Cocoon, a high end boutique selling fine linens Julia and her sales staff always wear beautiful pajamas when working John Dodge comes to town when he buys a failing pen stationery store he specializes in buying small businesses, turning them around, selling them and moving on But the attraction between [...]

  8. Maxine Dulaney

    main characters Julia Darrow, John DodgeI would not say this is a great book It was entertaining Julia s character is a little unbelievable at times The story reminds me of the books about the minister in a small town can t remember the name right off There are a lot of characters and a subplot about one of the characters who works in the linen shop and her relationship with a Swedish man who is working for an auto manufacturer that is opening a plant in the town.Dodge travels around the country [...]

  9. NancyInWI

    I plodded through this book, wondering why so many people gave it 5 stars First, I was put off by the sudden and gratuitous sex in the firwst 70 pages of the book The female protagonist had barely met the male protagonist and they were already having steamy animal sex on stairways The middle of the book was boring, with too many characters to keep straight without any development at all.The end was nicee last 20 pages of the book were the best part, but I wouldn t recommend going through the fir [...]

  10. Susan

    The plight of the main character was the only thing that kept me reading I m trying not to reveal too much There were holes in John Dodge s back story as well as other aspects of the Kallesjo subplot I also found the numerous community members hard to keep straight Bean was an enjoyable character, as was some of the inter play between Dodge and his sister But the resolution seemed a bit unrealistic.

  11. Kathryn

    What a great book This little town is full of great shops, quirky shop owners, and fun townsfolk At the Cocoon shop where they sell linens and pajamas, everyone that works there wears pajamas How fun is that This southern lit book is delightful, with a couple of characters it mainly focuses on who end up with a bit complication in their lives than I first realized Even the ending was a nice surprise

  12. Suzanne

    What a fun, quick read didn t want to put it down Is it predictable Why, yes it all ends happily ever after But how you get there is always unpredictable, and it is exactly that that makes this book so enjoyable.

  13. Krista

    When I started this one I wasn t sure Then I liked it Then I wasn t sure again By the middle I decided I was enjoying this story very much Light and enjoyable for those times when that s just what you need Like after Atlas Shrugged.

  14. Jeana

    I simply cannot believe that this Lambert Square could possibly ever be a real place and I come from a small town None of the characters seemed real, and nothing that happened seemed like they would ever happen.

  15. Peggy

    I really liked this book I liked the way information about the characters was revealed as you progressed through the book instead of hitting you with all the information at the beginning of the book.

  16. Kristina

    A wonderful novel, reminding us all that we can not run from our problems but at some point we must turn around and face them, but it is always easier to do so with someone we love beside us.

  17. LizH

    This book was fantastic Loved the characters and the setting, and just wanted to be in the town with all these people I didn t want this to end

  18. Debbie Ruiz

    I liked this book but it did not keep me wanting to keep reading at the end of a chapter It was somewhat predictable but an easy read and entertaining.

  19. Marleen

    This was not the book I expected it to be Honestly, from the book blurb, I thought it would be authentic and picturesque, and also funny and I had hoped the characters quirky and genuine I wish I could give a three stars, but it s a deserving 2,5.It s not that I disliked the book, on the contrary, there were a few elements present that made this book interesting I especially liked the main character of John Adams Dodge, and how he related to his family, friends and neighbors He s a type of ch [...]

  20. Susan

    The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square is the hilarious story of a cast of quirky characters set in small town South Carolina It s contemporary, regional chicklit at its very best, complete with half baked rumors, Southern style deference, and an abundance of charming but eccentric characters John Dodge is a traveling man, reviving ailing around the country to flip for a profit When he finds himself in Lamb s Corner, South Carolina, to take over a stationery store, he is greeted by sweet, southern h [...]

  21. Sandie

    Welcome to Lamb s Corner, South Carolina, a town with loving and somewhat eccentric inhabitants and a main square filled with shops as quirky and unusual as the folks who work in them John Dodge, an itinerant entrepreneur who buys failing businesses makes them successful and then moves on, has arrived in town following his latest purchase, a collectible pen store in Lambert Square previously owned by Bob Lee Cowpers whose parting gesture was to provide Dodge with short written character sketches [...]

  22. TAS

    This is the second book by Sara Donati aka Rosina Lippi that I ve read this year and she is rapidly becoming a favorite author Though I don t rate this one quite as highly as THE GILDED HOUR, what I recognize most is the same depth and dimension in all the characters, even though the two plots couldn t be different This time, the two main characters are Julia Darrow, a young widow running late a fancy linen shop including pajamas in the small Southern town of Lambert Square, and John Dodge, a 4 [...]

  23. Kris - My Novelesque Life

    2.5 STARS For John Dodge, moving to new places and reviving ailing businesses is a way of life So when he sees an ad for Scriveners, a stationery shop in a small town in South Carolina, he decides to take the plunge.As soon as he arrives in Lambert s Corner, Dodge falls happily into the whirl of gossip, gifts, and quintessential Southern hospitality Link Kay, one of his employees, warms up to him after Dodge admires his expertise on pens Bean Hurt a feisty and outspoken ten year old becomes a fa [...]

  24. Leya

    I was drawn right from the beginning I just couldn t help it I enjoyed every single little bit The setting, even a fictional one, was superb The characters were funny, engaging, friendly and full of southern charm Who wouldn t want to visit Lambert Square The character that I enjoyed the most of course was Julia On the outside she seems to be in control, strong, self assured and a keen business women, but throughout the book you see that she s slowly falling apart and that she s quite capable of [...]

  25. Amanda

    Done 1 week early for May s book club Ok, I finished this at 3 30am this morning What can I say I get into a good book and I just can t put it down Needless to say, I slept in and worked from home today This is a great book It delves into the south and has a good southern feel, even for a fictional location It really gets into the emotions of life in a small town and everything good and bad that comes with it There s a little bit of everything that you want in a good love story, too Nothing too [...]

  26. Erin

    I really enjoyed this book, although I think I would have enjoyed it even had I not read it in lunch hour chunks with some gaps here there I m not quite sure how to categorize it It s not a romance novel as most people would think of one, even though the only real criteria for a romance novel is that the hero heroine end up together by the end, and in that sense this book fits the category It s not really a mystery, although it does take the whole book to unravel what s causing the heroine s ha [...]

  27. Amy

    I very much enjoyed this book I read it because I wanted to read something by Lippi since I really like her Sara Donati books In the first few chapters I thought it was going to be a woman meets man, they fall in love, they marry kind of book But it was much than that I liked they way Lippi portrayed the two characters who have mental illness, living meaningful lives as they cope with the challenges and limitations of their illnesses I also enjoyed the child character, Bean, and the characters [...]

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