- File Size: 2192 KB
- Print Length: 232 pages
- Publication Date: May 27, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005341WX2
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,160,240 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Doctor's Choice~Badlands (Contemporary Western Romantic Suspense) Kindle Edition
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Your typical romance with Cami eventually falling in love with Breck, though she's got a couple of other fellows interested in her too. When the town doctor becomes ill, Cami takes over his practice tending to patients. Apparently it had been Silky's hope that Cami would practice medicine there.
Good suspense in the novel as Cami discovers her aunt didn't die from a riding accident, it was murder. And she also uncovers the mystery of a family that disappeared 30 years earlier.
I would have given the novel 5 stars but some of my pet peeves when using horses in fiction happened in this book. Silky's ranch seems to have several things going on cattle and crops, but nowhere is it ever mentioned that there's a horse breeding operation going on. Come on people, if you are not breeding horses as a business there is no reason to have stallions. Geld them! And what was Breck thinking bringing his stallion over to go riding with Cami and she's on a mare. Use your head Breck. Your big one that is Its spring, you're riding a stallion, Cami's on a mare who's probably in heat. No matter how well behaved your stallion might be even the strongest rider isn't going to stop a determined stallion and a willing mare. The other thing that annoyed me is they're on a large ranch. Aren't there any pastures close to the barn so the horses can be turned out? Its a nice sunny spring afternoon and the barn catches on fire. Everyone races to the ranch to get the horses out of the barn (and there were no horse deaths, thank you, author) but why were the horses stabled inside the barn in the first place. Obviously the stallion needs to be contained, but all the other horses should have been on the pasture.
Aside from the annoying thing with the horses, the book was an enjoyable read.
Dorothy May Mercer, Author
"I warn you," Clay said. "In college, my sport was boxing." He swung his fist at Breck, landing a solid blow to his face.
Breck took the punch without flinching and glared coldly at Clay. He licked a trickle of blood from his lip. "In college, my sport was bar brawling." He grabbed Clay's arm and hurled him into the corridor wall. In two strides Breck was upon him, jerking Clay to his feet and slamming him into the opposite wall. Clay slid to the floor, crumpled in a heap.
I may re-read this story and look forward to more work from this author.
Like so many e-books it did have incorrect words, misspellings, etc. Whatever happen to proof-reading.