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Posted October 25, 2012
An enlightening and fantastic read!
ABOUT THE BOOK: Callum O’Shea has segregated himself from a world that rejected him since childhood. His older brother, Arden, protected him from life…but even he can only take so much of the isolation.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
When a young university student offers to help with Callum’s hog problem in exchange for room and board, he’s not in a financial position to refuse. He’s surprised when she doesn’t judge him for his Tourette’s Syndrome. But he’s learned that good things rarely last.
Hailey Watson tried to prove her parents wrong by being the best scientist she could be. When her research funding is cut off, her world spirals out of control. With the help of Callum and Arden, the reclusive Irish cowboys, she learns there is more to life than success at her job. But are the two hardcore cowboys capable of real love?
REVIEW: Ms. Espino caught my attention with this one from the first word. Very rarely today will we find a piece that also works in some sort of “medical issue” one of the lead characters may have. Espino managed to work Tourette’s into this piece and the way she did it was not only enlightening but oh, so sexy.
The character development was great and the only issue I had was that I wished it was longer – yes, that is how much I liked the book.
If you’re looking for a quick read that will spice it up along with giving you a completely new insight into a characters mind – check this piece out and add it to your TBR pile.
Five out of five stars for a great job.
Posted August 15, 2012
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