- Series: Return to Stone Creek (Book 2)
- Paperback: 306 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 19, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1503316912
- ISBN-13: 978-1503316911
- Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 0.7 x 7.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 43 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,737,771 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Tall Dark and Texan (Return to Stone Creek) (Volume 2) Paperback – November 19, 2014
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Sarah is a young widow with a young son Josh. She leads a simply life until Bad Boy Mike, her teenage crush has moved back to town with his teenage daughter. Mike has moved back home to better help raise his daughter Lindsey and settle into father hood. Both Sarah and Mike will need each other to get through their issues, a special request and help raise their kids.
This book was was sooooo sweet, like really sweet. It had me smiling at some scenes and a little sad in others. The author incorporated characters that made this story very nice. Sarah was really nice, Mike was cute and a bad boy dad with a bike and the kids Josh and Lindsey were surely used in the book that added that boost to it. I liked the storyline between Lindsey and her dad, it was great seeing there relationship do a 360. Also Lindsey and Thomas not really much there but how cute was that. Thomas was Lindsey's crush. If your really into that classical light romance then this is for you. I love the ending, it had the Parent Trap movie moment.
The only thing I was thinking about that maybe should have been addressed with out spoiling it for the reader. Sarah asked Mike for a special request, because of what happen to her. Even though she wanted his help which is ok, I found myself wondering how she got through her issue with her first husband?
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Upon his return to Stone Creek, imagine his surprise when a sweet woman and her young son greet them, only for both of them to realize they've known each other all along.
Bad boy Defalco sets his gaze on Sarah Cooper and on both parts, chemistry is instantaneous and the laws of attraction are potent. There's only two problems... Mitch is a bad boy who knows all too well that Sarah deserves better and Sarah is a widow, a single mother who has a few dark skeletons in her closet that prevent her to seek any form of intimacy with the opposite sex.
"Tall Dark and Texan" is a wonderful tale of love, romance and heat. You'll never look at "lessons" the same way again thanks to Novark!
Sarah Cooper had a big crush on Bad boy, Mitch Cefalco, but that was years ago when they were in high school. Imagine her shock when he rolls back into town on a Harley with his daughter. Not only that, but he moves in right next door to her. Sarah is much wiser now, she's been through a terrible marriage that ended very badly. Now she finds it very hard to trust any man after the things that happened to her.
Mitch knows he's no good for Sarah, but how can he refuse her dangerous request. If he refuses to do it, more than likely someone else will do what she's asked him to do. He knows full well she's determined to move forward with or without his help. So how could he turn her away?
Would I recommend this book? Yes!
I felt the rape issue needed to be dealt with more realistically. Sarah's mother's grief problem was a loose end that should have been given more space. With the mother still bitter, the couple's marriage would have been a very bumpy one. The mother's realization that she needed help and committed to getting it would have been a more satisfactory ending. Otherwise, I enjoyed this book and recommend it to all romance readers.
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