Blue Creek Bachelor Kindle Edition
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This story has a lot of twists, with believable characters and colorful dialogue. For example: "Jilly and Clay next? Not if I don't get you down the aisle first. Stud." Gert straightened her pillbox hat decorated with hearts on her grey streaked brown hair. "Let's go," and she dragged a willing Mitch back in to the church.
"Stud?" Clay fake-shuddered. "That's wrong, too. Mitch is seventy if he's a day.".
I will re-read this book and look forward to more work from this author.
The characters are well developed, realistic, and likable. Flo, the housekeeper, was entertaining and a bit eccentric. You couldn't help but like her, she was a no nonsense type of character and very outspoken. The hired ranch hands John and Mitch live in the bunkhouse, so they are always close by. John Floyd was friendly and good natured. Mitch Callaghan was always cranky and not pleased that the boss had hired a city slicker and with a kid to boot.
The plot moved at a good pace as we learned more about Clay's past and why he shielded his heart. He knows Jilly is hiding something about her past and feels betrayed and lied to when she won't confide in him. The sexual tension is palatable and I wanted more. I like my romances a little spicy. Tension rises when Joel goes missing and the whole town gets in on the search to locate him. The situation is realistic and I felt invested in the outcome.
This is a quick easy read you are sure to enjoy.
FYI: Ms. Hill, being from New Zealand, uses UK/NZ/Australian spelling conventions.
Format/Typo Issues: I found a small number of proofing issues. One of which was a wrong character name. Poor Stacey was called Tracey.
**Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy.** November 25, 2014
Clay has stayed away from commitment but something about Jilly burrows her way into his heart. He knows she is hiding something and wants her to come clean but first he has to get her to trust him.
This story had a little bit of everything in it. Delightful story, I loved the cast of characters they added so much richness to the book. I enjoyed the slow build up and was thrilled by how the story unfolded.