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- Print Length: 292 pages
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- Publisher: Loner Llama Press; 2 edition (January 29, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 29, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01B9SJRV4
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Black Hills Baby: a Hollywood-meets-the-real-wild-west contemporary romance series (Black Hills Rendezvous Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Hollywood heartthrob Cooper Lindstrom’s finances are a mess – after his mother (and manager) passes away, he finds out that she has gambled away almost all of his money. In order to temporarily escape the bookie who is trying to collect on her debts, Cooper travels to Sentinel Pass to earn a bit of money by donating his sperm.
Libby McGannon is the postmaster of Sentinel Pass and doesn’t feel like she will ever find the right person, especially with the limited male offerings in Sentinel Pass. She wants a baby of her own, however, so she places and ad online to purchase sperm for in-vitro. She will give the donor 25% share in her family’s gold mine, conveniently leaving out that it hasn’t produced much gold.
After connecting online, Libby has Cooper come to Sentinel Pass so that they can meet and determine if he is the right man for her needs. When Cooper arrives in Sentinel Pass, he quickly realizes that Libby’s story and the quirky residents of Sentinel Pass would make for the perfect sitcom. He never expected to fall in love with Libby. When Libby finds out about Cooper’s plans, she feels betrayed. Can these two overcome their differences and let love lead the way?
All of the characters in this book are great, not just Cooper and Libby, and I can’t wait to read about the escapades of the others in future Black Hills installments. Well done, Ms. Salonen! If you enjoy small town romances with a touch of humor, this book is for you.
So I guess if your idea of a romantic lead is a little boy in a man's body who needs saving, this is the book for you. For me, I like the lead to be a strong manly man with a good heart but confidence. That is not Cooper Lindstrom by any stretch f the imagination.
I won't be reading any more of this series, but hopefully other people like the male lead, as the story itself was a good read.
I thought Libby was a strong character to start, but she seemed to lose that strength as the story moved along. And for someone who spent so much time in the public eye, Cooper spent too much time whining and in a self-pity bag. I loved the love story itself, because I love a good HEA. However, Cooper's thought processes were simply too childish and depressing to me. When he decided to accept the deal with Libby, it would have been nice to see him get past some of the things that happened because of his mother's mishandling of his finances, pick himself up and take charge of the situation. It isn't until he returns to the town that he seems to wants to take any kind of responsibility for his action. And then, it's like night and day, down to his sudden referrals to her as "Lib" and "my love" in public. It just doesn't compute. I could understand the change in pet names once they were in private, but not in a public situation, in front of the entire town...a town, I might add, that he is trying to win over for his sitcom.
Also, we never hear any more about the streak of gold Cooper noticed while he was in the mine. Had he been that hard up for money, I would think that would have been one of the first things he would have pointed out to Libby's brother or to Libby herself. This was just one more thing that didn't add up.
I think it could be a good story if some of the bothersome monologue were to be edited out and if Cooper would actually grow up and take responsibility for his situation sooner. The HEA was perfect, and in fact, I liked the entire scene in the kitchen where she tells him what has occurred since he left. I think this story could be cleaned up to make a good romance. I simply isn't there right now.
Libby McGannon the postmaster of Sentinel Pass is the one who Coop is going to go meet and see if she approves of him and if he is right person for the job of sperm donor if so she will give him a 25% share in her family’s gold mine. of course she is partners with her brother Mac and kinda forgets to let Coop know that the mine hasn’t produced gold for some time now.
When Cooper arrives in Sentinel Pass, he puts into plan his ideal for a sitcom as he realizes that Libby’s story and the quirky residents of Sentinel Pass would make the perfect setting for his newest ideal for a sitcom. What he doesn't expect is to fall in love with Libby. When Libby finds out, after they have made a wonderful connection, about Cooper’s plans, she feels betrayed and rightly so. Can they overcome their differences and let love lead the way or will they both be too stubborn and bullheaded to find out? This is a wonderful read and you will love all of the people they come in contact with.