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Honey and the Hired Hand Mass Market Paperback – October 1, 2004
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Silhouette Desire #746 ~ November 1992
After reading A Little Time in Texas, I just had to read Honey and the Hired Hand to see if Honey ends up with Adam. What a surprise when a drifter comes to help her with her ranch, and it's not Adam that Honey heart beats faster for. Jessie isn't the man he appears to be, which is a good thing for Honey because she and her ranch are targets and she needs his help with more than mending fences. I'm looking forward to reading more about the Whitelaw's.
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My Thoughts (which will result in spoilers just an FYI): So, why does a book that is really not much more than 250 pages (large font by the way) take me almost 80 days to read? Is it because I have ADD? Did I misplace the book while rescuing kittens from trees? Or maybe it just isn't that good of a book. I'm no literary genius but I'm going to go with the latter.
I found that the entire book's series of events were completely off putting and ridiculous. Here as some low lights.
1)Honey and Jesse meet for the first time at a party outside in the darkness. She doesn't see him because of the dark until she almost runs into him. Somehow she isn't frightened by his presence even though he isn't wearing party clothes because he must be a party guest since there was a party going on but he looked more like a down on his luck drifter. When she steps away from him after almost running into him he grabs her wrist. She threatens to scream but they both know she won't. After all there is nothing to be alarmed about a woman coming across a shabbily dressed stranger, after dark, all alone, who grabs her....COME ON!!!!
2)Jesse admits that he had been peeping through the windows staring at her all night. Hello Stalker!
3)"Honey turned to the stranger to excuse herself and gasped....... "You're Indian!" she exclaimed." Um OK....I thought this was a contemporary romance. Well, it was written in 1992 as a Silhouette Desire....those are contemporary right?
4)Honey's friend Angel is terrified of Jesse because he is Indian. Are you sure this is contemporary?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I liked the two characters in this book. Honey was loveable as well as her Texas Ranger (hired hand) I enjoyed this one so much, I read it two times, back to backPublished 17 months ago by Lorilee Pilota
I was very well pleased with this book, It was in very good condition . I will be ordering more books.Published on June 11, 2014 by Betty Jamison
I thought the book was good as the others I've read from Joan Johnston, which has been just about all of them. I thought the story was interesting and kept you guessing.Published on November 3, 2012 by dsmith