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Trail of Kisses (Hot on the Trail Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 226 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||
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- Book 1 of 8 in Hot on the Trail (8 Book Series)
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The whole book deals with the trip with the wagon train. You got to love Lynne, she is feisty, hardheaded and stubborn almost to the point of being a danger to herself. Cade finds himself being more attracted to her more and more after every mile. Even though she drives him crazy at times and fights him every step of the way. Even after making him hot under the collar quite a few times Cade is laid back and kind. Never hiding his feelings and actually getting more vocal as time goes on. If he could only convince Lynne that she is in danger and needs to be careful. This is the first book in Merry Farmer's new series Hot On The Trail. If the rest of the books are anything like this one she has a hit on her hands. I am looking forward to reading more.
I found the plot, the dialogue and character development (what little there was) to be superficial. No depth here whatsoever.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A predictable ending wrapped up a little too neat, but a good love story non the less with a mystery to lead you into the second book.Published 5 hours ago by Susan Lower
Exciting but would have preferred more realism in the wagon train part of the story. Abrupt ending. Good racy partsPublished 1 month ago by Rhonda Cays
My first time reading this author's book. It's a little slow and simple, but a nice read about the old traveling days and how ruff it was traveling to new cities.Published 1 month ago by Dionne Chears