Boundary Lines (Language of Love, No. 47) Mass Market Paperback – October 1, 1994
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Really it was more suitable for my Nan than a reader who isn't afraid to call a spade a spade and wants her romance a little more erotic than "mysterious". Overall a little dissapointing and I'm wishing I hadnt spent nearly $10 on an ebook....
Her family has been feuding with the next door neighboring ranch, Double M, for as long as she can remember but has no idea what started the feud. Aaron is Murdock's grandson and is now running that ranch.
When Jillian and Aaron meet for the first time, it is a shockingly wet experience and yet the sparks fly. Jillian is determined to fight the attraction, but every time he kisses her, her mind goes blank. Then her body starts responding of it's own will.
When 500 head of Jillian's cattle turn up missing, the clues point to the Murdock's and an attempt to reignite the old feud. Jillian knows in her heart that they didn't do, but there is very little to go on. They find the hides and bones of 200 cattle buried in a canyon. There is no clue as to where the rest are at.
While she fights to keep from losing everything, Jillian must also fight her feelings for Aaron, but she is definitely losing that battle. A good read.
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I downloaded this on a whim . Ended up enjoying it. No surprise really, shes a great author.
The story itself was good. H/H both strong headed characters.
I gotto say though, I DID get slightly fed up with the female lead and her constant "chin lifting". There was mention of it on almost every page.! Yes we get it,strong lead..but a tad OTT.
Thanks to Nora Roberts keep writing these wonderful entertaining stories, where we can all get involved gives us ladies an incite to happy thoughts of romance and how we would like to indulge our minds , to have dreams of happy everlasting life in an unpredictable world.
As always though well written, if not as compelling.