- Series: Diamondback Ranch
- Paperback: 256 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 12, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1479225703
- ISBN-13: 978-1479225705
- Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 0.6 x 7.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 866 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,092,533 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Doctor Wears A Stetson: The Diamondback Ranch Series Paperback – September 12, 2012
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THE DIAMONDBACK RANCH SERIES
by Anne Marie Novark
BookOne: The Doctor Wears a Stetson
Book Two: TheCowboy's Surrender
Book Three: A Match Made in Texas
Book Four: Lone Star Heartbreaker
Book Five: The Cowgirl's Secret
Book Six: His Hometown Cowgirl
The Doctor Wears A Stetson is the first book in my Diamondback Ranch Series featuring the fourMcCade brothers--Dallas, Cameron, Austin, and Tyler--and their sister,Tori. I set the books in the rugged ranch land of the Texas Panhandlewhere I visited my grandparents on their farm every summer as a kidgrowing up. They're gone now, but the memories live on.
Remember: Life's too short NOT to love a Texan!
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I absolutely HATE it when the heroine tells the hero to take a flying leap and then the next day she is puzzled because he doesn't call. REALLY? I thought it was rather amazing that the promises she made and felt duty bound to keep were the ones that seemed to serve her most of all. The ones she broke were to the woman that was like a mother to her, doing damage that could never be repaired but they would get over it in time, like next week. Her high sense of purpose seem to come in to play when it suited her needs.
I am 77% through with the book and I am so tempted to just exit out and move on I am so sick of her. Seems she just creates one drama after another and they all involve stuff that she has absolutely no control over. Her husband dies in an accident and she feels guilty because the town has no hospital or local doctor. Course, he grew up in this doctor less town so you have to wonder what he was thinking. But then she beats herself up on a regular basis because there was no doctor. Of course, the fact that there never had been a doctor in this town doesn't seem to matter. Just doesn't make any sense except to play into her drama.
I really want more for the hero than this chick. I just don't see what keeps him hanging on!!!
This story had a ton of potential but nothing delivered. Cameron somehow didn't know how close Jessie was with his family. Yet based on the ridiculous promise Jesse made to her dead husband, she shouldn't have been close them less she break her promise. A promise is something she swore she doesn't break unless in dire circumstances. I guess wanting to get close to a family is considered dire. This is just one of many issues. Why I kept reading was likely because it felt like I was watching a train wreck and couldn't stop.
As far as the claimed hotter version of this series, I found that literally laughable. The more intimate scenes were cliche and felt like they were written by a 15 year old virgin. I even read parts of the sex scenes to my husband who laughed and rolled his eyes at how unrealistic they were. The scenes were juvenile at best.
Sadly I am I intrigued by the McCade family but not enough to buy it. As a free book, it was a waste of time but at least not any money. if you really are desperate for a book to read in between other authors releases, this may be worth it but only if it remains free. Very rarely do I give such a harsh review but felt this book didn't leave me a choice. Read at your own risk.
The heroine goes on and on about the dead husband she didn't love even when she finds out the feeling was mutual. She seems like a good person in one respect and then she's an awful friend and girlfriend in others. Why settle and marry a man you don't love in the first place? He died because it was his time. Cameron comes home and her dreams come true and then she denies him. Didn't get her or all the unnecessary drama.
Barely made it to the end. Oh, wow! How convenient. When all their problems suddenly go away.