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Dreams of Ivory

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  • Posted August 1, 2014

    Holiday, Montana, is a small town that is filled with folks that

    Holiday, Montana, is a small town that is filled with folks that are touched with magic, and some that are not. Jackson Cooper, the eldest of the Cooper men, hates magic. Like, absolutely loathes it, and wants nothing to do with it. Which is problematic, because all of his brothers and their families are magical in some way. Enter Honor Bridges. Honor's Aunt Clementine is the Queen of the Tooth Fairies, and Honor is a tooth fairy herself. She and Jackson have a past, which refuses to stay buried when she returns to Holiday. Although they try to deny that the spark is still there, it comes roaring to life, stronger than ever. And when Honor becomes the target of someone intent on keeping her from doing her magical duty, things get messy and very dangerous.

    It's no secret that I really like paranormal romance. And, when it's a really neat idea, well-executed, with great characters and an engaging plot, I am a happy lady. 'Dreams of Ivory' hits every one of these marks. The plot flows nicely, and, even though I hadn't read any of the previous books in the series, there was plenty of back story that filled in the gaps. The chemistry between Jackson and Honor is super-hot, making for some very steamy scenes. And all of the secondary characters, from Honor's aunt,to Sam the Sandman, to all of the Coopers, wives of Coopers, and mini Coopers, are wonderful. I couldn't have asked for a better introduction to the world of Holiday, and have every intention of going back to the beginning of the series so that I can meet all of the inhabitants of Holiday. Happily, too, even though 'Dreams of Ivory' is the last of the 'Holiday, Montana' books, Carrie Ann will be introducing an off-shoot of the series in 2016, which I am very much looking forward to.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2013

    Cute and sweet!

    This was a cute and sweet story. Jackson and Honor have a history that no one knows about and they get thrown together again when someone tries to hurt Honor. I have really enjoyed this series.

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    Posted July 17, 2013

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