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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Homage to great Diana Palmer.

It was nice to read a new Diana Palmer story filled with all the reasons why I fell in love with her books. And it was nice not to see the "dish" used even one time to describe some guy's looks! Sassy and John fit well together, even if he kind of walked in and took ove...
It was nice to read a new Diana Palmer story filled with all the reasons why I fell in love with her books. And it was nice not to see the "dish" used even one time to describe some guy's looks! Sassy and John fit well together, even if he kind of walked in and took over before she knew it. He was a kind hearted man and she needed just that! Great read.

posted by gina-bookjunkie on May 19, 2009

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Diamond in the Rough

Diana Palmer once again writes her novel using older cowboy, younger (usually uneducated) woman scenario. This is a pleasing read, but not up to the quality of some of her books. I have actually read every book she has written, including those under her pseudonyms. T...
Diana Palmer once again writes her novel using older cowboy, younger (usually uneducated) woman scenario. This is a pleasing read, but not up to the quality of some of her books. I have actually read every book she has written, including those under her pseudonyms. The Harlequin formula she uses nearly always has the same formula - rich, older worldly man, poor,younger sheltered woman with overwhelming family concerns, antagonist who sometimes harasses woman, happy ending. While this formula is predictable, it usually supplies a book that is fun to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2009

    Diamond in the Rough

    Diana Palmer once again writes her novel using older cowboy, younger (usually uneducated) woman scenario. This is a pleasing read, but not up to the quality of some of her books. I have actually read every book she has written, including those under her pseudonyms. The Harlequin formula she uses nearly always has the same formula - rich, older worldly man, poor,younger sheltered woman with overwhelming family concerns, antagonist who sometimes harasses woman, happy ending. While this formula is predictable, it usually supplies a book that is fun to read.

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  • Posted February 11, 2011

    Good read

    Good read and a quick read. The book was interesting enough to not want to put down.

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