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- ASIN : B074JJD123
- Publisher : Tule Publishing (September 11, 2017)
- Publication date : September 11, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 1510 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 282 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #509,595 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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But then she sees the Texas Ranger and her life will never be the same. He sets his sights on her and is determined to show her he is a good man and he wants her in his life. She is a very strong independent woman, one that has lived her life on her terms and doesn't take kindly to anyone trying to tell her what to do or how to think. She agrees to ride with the Ranger to his hometown to deliver some papers. She winds up in a very scary situation that has her acting out of character but just like the heroine in one of her books. It is a scary situation, a situation that opens her eyes on many levels. I loved how the Ranger took out the bad guy! YEA TEXAS. This is a great story. There is one open bedroom door sex scenes. I will admit, as I was reading it came to me this author was taking them through a night of very moving scenes without using any words that one could be offended about. There was a shower scene and again, nothing you could really take offense to. Now, if you are looking for a religious book, then you would probably be offended. For the rest of us, no big deal but still very moving. I loved it. I think it is a great story and I highly recommend it.
I was not paid for this review. I am not a writer nor do I know one. I am not kin to this author. I am a reader and this is my opinion, nothing more, nothing less. 3/29/18
cowboy might just be what she really needed. Ms Holt weaves a great story with characters that are strong and, most important for me, completely believable. The dialogue is snappy and her secondary characters are as well written as her main characters. I was hooked from the first page!
Sexual situations may offend some readers
We have a successful romance writer Stacy Smith speaking at a writer’s convention and we have Davis McKenna also at the same hotel for a convention of Texas Rangers. There is a retrieved towel, a stuck elevator and an agreement to meet for breakfast where Stacy discovers, oops, he’s a Texas Ranger, a cowboy, and she does NOT date cowboys—not ever. She says thank you but no thank you to breakfast and thinks that is that. Back home in Austin Stacy tries to get back to work but can’t get Davis out of her mind. Davis is also intrigued and can’t get Stacy out of his mind so does a little sleuthing to find out where she lives and more about her. As the story progresses Davis tries to break down Stacy’s barriers but is she weakening her stance or not. Just when things look like we’re headed for the HEA ending all kinds of problems come up and the action is enough to keep you turning the pages as fast as you can read.
This was book three in a series of four but definitely works as a stand alone. Now off to get the other three in this series!
A beautiful love story with all of the ups and downs, safety and danger, and struggles in love. Well written with an easy to follow flow, you won't want to put it down until the last word!
Once you start, it's hard to stop reading this book, so plan accordingly. Enjoy!
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The small town of McKenna Springs is lovely and well described; it has a homely feel and the old boys playing chequers are very endearing.
I think the story was nice, but lacked a little depth; the relationship with both Darcy and her actual boyfriend could have been more detailed. The kidnapping section of the story could have been embellished more and written better too.
The quality of the writing is sloppy in quite a few places, the wrong word is used or missed, the odd sentence doesn't make sense, and at the tea party scene I think the author writes Stacey when she meant to write the young girl's name.
I felt like the book was trying too hard to be too many things, romantic, sexy, thrilling, suspense. I don't feel like the author has found her niche yet.
It is sadly not one I would recommend. Three star review I feel is appropriate for this one.
And I found Stacy's misunderstanding of every situation, always working it back to the fact cowboys can't be trusted, both childish and deeply annoying. Quite frankly I wouldn't have blamed Davis at all if he'd just given up on her completely.
I did wonder how come a lawman would leave confidential files lying about where someone could see them.
Apart from some wrong use of words (finely should have been finally) I found it warm and enjoyable.