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Trail of Kisses (Hot on the Trail Book 1) by [Farmer, Merry]
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"An exciting new voice in Western historical romance."  - Sylvia McDaniel, bestselling author of Desperate

Product Details

  • File Size: 1956 KB
  • Print Length: 226 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: October 27, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00NK0ZMH8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,035 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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By hnryan on March 26, 2015
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The main character acted like a child "I'm daddy's brave girl" "I'm his strong brave little girl" omg i don't know how many times I had to read that phrase. It was obvious who the one following them was, and it took probably 50 pages longer than it needed to. The story was just so drawn out!
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After Judge Tremaine sentenced two of The Briscoe Boys gang to hang for their crimes, threats are made against his family. With his two sons off fighting for the Union Army, he decides to send oldest daughter, Lynne, on a wagon train to Denver City where his brother and sister in law live. The Judge hires fifteen year old Ben to drive the wagon and his brother George sends Cade Lawson to protect her. The journey has several encounters making them believe that someone from the Briscoe Boys gang is amongst them. Several threats and even attacks are made against Lynne. Along the way the relationship of Lynne and Cade has the heat turned up. This story has so many elements to keep the pages turning, who is the enemy trying to kill Lynne. The angst between Cade and Lynne. It has it's love/hate moments. Lynne is no wimpy-whiny woman, she has a backbone and strong will. Cade knows his priority is to keep Lynne safe but always keeps the incident that happened last winter in the back of his mind, he cannot fail again. So many fun characters and interactions in this story. The love scenes are hot but not overly explicit.
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Lynne Tremaine is on her way to Denver City. Her father a judge in Independence Missouri has had his family threatened by a gang after sentencing 2 of them to death. With his two sons off fighting in the War between the States he feels it would be better to send his daughter to her aunt and uncle in Denver to keep her safe. Going on a wagon train away from her family is the last thing she wants to do. Benjamin is hired to drive her wagon while Cade Lawson is hired to be her escort. Trying to convince her father she doesn't need an escort or anyone looking after her she loses the battle. While on the trail someone is still trying to get her but with all the people around Cade just can't figure out who it is. Lynne trying to be the brave person she is tries to ignore the attempts and also ignore her attraction to Cade.

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.
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I don't even know where to start. The supposed heroine was spoiled, immature, irresponsible and recklessly put her own life, as well as others, in danger. The supposed hero who was hired to protect her basically let her run roughshod right over him. The bad guy was obvious almost from the beginning.

I found the plot, the dialogue and character development (what little there was) to be superficial. No depth here whatsoever.
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Have you ever dreamed of venturing on the across the county in a covered wagon with a sexy, handsome, cowboy who will stop at nothing to see you safe? If that is the case, then you are in for quite the treat! For the talented Merry Farmer has answered our prayers with the first book in the Hot on the Trails series, Trail of Kisses. This story begins with Lynne Tremaine, whose father is sender her from Independence, Missouri to Denver City in order to protect her from a nefarious gang, the Briscoe Boys. To assure her father that Lynne will reach her destination unharmed, a man named Cade Lawson has been hired to see to just that. Each has their own expectations of what the journey will be like, but neither of them are prepared of the events and feelings that occur between them. Will Lynne be able to stay clearheaded and not fall for the sexy, mysterious cowboy who has sworn to protect her; and will Cade be able to will himself to stay focus on the task of his job and not succumb to the feelings that are building deep inside of him? Will the they be able to protect themselves from each other? If this has enticed your curiosity at all, then grab yourself a copy of Merry Farmer's latest novel and I could assure you, you will not be disappointed. I will take this moment to caution you, that this book has been rated at a level steamy, so for your hearts sake be sure to soak all and everything that happens.
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For the life of me, I could not find a likable thing about this book or in the part I did read. The heroine is a silly, immature child. Just slap her already!! The hero might have been a good thing, but unfortunately, he was connected to this book. Yea, I know, everyone else just loved this sweet,funny book. I quit looking altogether.......
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