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Lawless

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while this individual book was really good, it sounded strangly familiar, like all the other books from diana palmer that I've read. her story lines do not fluctuate much, only the characters have different names. it's always experienced cowboy who unadmittingly loves...
while this individual book was really good, it sounded strangly familiar, like all the other books from diana palmer that I've read. her story lines do not fluctuate much, only the characters have different names. it's always experienced cowboy who unadmittingly loves the head-over-heals virgin that follows him around. her men start out tough and harddened but quickly become soft and stay that way throughout the book. also, her dialect doesn't change much either, that is, you'll see several of the same words and phrases several times in most of her books.

posted by Anonymous on May 5, 2007

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Typical Western Romance

Cowboy falls for beautiful cowgirl on ranch having difficulty staying afloat. Typical. The characters are OK - and the story has enough variation to the theme to keep you going. If you want to lose yourself in another world - read the book. If you're looking for tho...
Cowboy falls for beautiful cowgirl on ranch having difficulty staying afloat. Typical. The characters are OK - and the story has enough variation to the theme to keep you going. If you want to lose yourself in another world - read the book. If you're looking for thought provoking, awe-inspiring literature, you'd probably do well to pass on this one. But then, you wouldn't be looking in this genre anyway.

posted by Anonymous on September 10, 2004

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2011

    WHAT THE HECK?

    What is it about these characters that was endearing? Judd is a major jerk, Chrissy is his puppet and neither seem suited for one another. This is the third book I have read by this author and it will be the last. All the male characters are the same ... older, angry, relationship wary and involved with women way younger. They also get them pregnant right away yet cant make up their minds about what to do except be cold and aloft. The situations are drawn out, endings linger way too long and I skipped a lot without feeling I missed anything. As for the females, they act like childish airheads yet each has an education or IQ thats off the chart so why are they with these sex frustrated men? Yes the males are uber hunks. Yes they carry guns and have badges. Is that all it takes for a woman to swoon over a man? I hope not. And why are all the women "average" looking in contrast with the stud lawmen? The logic here eludes me. I give this book one star only because i like the book cover.

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