- File Size: 1172 KB
- Print Length: 313 pages
- Publisher: Forever (January 28, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 28, 2014
- Sold by: Hachette Book Group
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00CO7FNDQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #693,318 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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There's just something about the softside of a hard man that I've never been able to resist - how about you?
Max Jameson looks like a modern day, 'Marlboro Man.'He's a western cattleman, meaning he's stubborn, hard working, and an eternaloptimist. But given his current problems, there's not enough duct tape in allof Colorado to fix them.
To introduce you to the heroine of Nothing Sweeter, Aubrey Madison (akaBree Tanner,) I thought I'd share with you her list of life lessons:
- Nothingis sweeter than freedom
- Itis impossible to outrun your own conscience
- Whenyou're going through hell, keep going -- Winston Churchill
- Thereare more kinds of family than blood kin
- Astuck up socialite can make a pretty good friend when the chips are on thetable
- Realmen (and bulls) wear pink
- Toforgive is to set a prisoner free, and discover that the prisoner is you --Louis B. Smede
―RT Book Reviews on NOTHING SWEETER
"Max's tough exterior masks relatable fear, his relationship with Wyatt is handled gracefully, and Bree's genuine shame about her past makes her sympathetic."―Publishers Weekly on NOTHING SWEETER
"Poignant, heart-wrenching, hopeful...this realistic contemporary zeroes in on issues of trust, communication, healing, and forgiveness. A cut above the rest."―Library Journal on THE SWEET SPOT
"4 1/2 stars! TOP PICK! A sensitive, honest look at a family destroyed by loss...Drake's characters are so real, so like us, that you will look at your own life and count your treasures."―RT Book Reviews on THE SWEET SPOT
"Lovers of western settings will enjoy debut author Drake's detailed descriptions of bull riding and cattle ranching."―Publishers Weekly on THE SWEET SPOT
"Drake is a fabulous new voice in romantic fiction; this is a first-class Western!"―New York Times bestselling author Linda Lael Miller on THE SWEET SPOT --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
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Ranch owners and brothers, Max and Wyatt, couldn’t be more different – yet each has grown up in a home without much love or warmth. They face ghosts from the past while trying to financially float a ranch loaded with debt. Max has a tough cowboy exterior, as tough as Bree’s ex-con persona. They each have to show one another their vulnerabilities in order to build a true home undergirded with love and acceptance.
Each character in this book has complex layers that mark Drake’s emotional writing. Her writing is honest, fearless, funny and touching. I very much enjoyed this book and seeing cameo appearances from characters in book one. Looking forward to the next one as well!
In this book, the heroine (Bree) has lost everything - her confidence, her profession and her happiness. She's making a new start after being cleared of a crime she didn't commit. The hero (Max) is reeling from the death of his father and the knowledge that the ranch he loves is on the verge of financial collapse. My favorite supporting characters were Tia Nita and Wyatt. (I ADORED Wyatt.)
I don't want to ruin the book by giving you all of the story but I will say that everyone's character arc held me. While this book didn't rip my guts out like THE SWEET SPOT, it made me smile and cheer for the characters. The romance between Max and Bree had plenty of sizzle, and the PBR scenes are a delight.
I'm firmly on the Laura Drake cheering squad and can't wait to read the last book in this delightful series.