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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Great author. Terrific story!

Christabel (Crissy) Gaines and Judd have been friends for a long time. Though fourteen years separate their ages, she has been in love with him for years. In fact, you would think she would be thrilled, she has been his wife for five years, since she was sixteen and he ...
Christabel (Crissy) Gaines and Judd have been friends for a long time. Though fourteen years separate their ages, she has been in love with him for years. In fact, you would think she would be thrilled, she has been his wife for five years, since she was sixteen and he rescued her from her abusive father. .......... The drawback is that the union is only in name, Judd has never touched her, just been her friend, protector, and business partner. She is almost of age to be able to stand on her own, and then Judd will annul the marriage. To Crissy, it looks like he is more than ready for them both to move on, but Judd's life as a Texas Ranger has made a few enemies for him, and now one of them is planning to use Crissy to get to him. Will danger awaken the passion she has longed for for so long? ........... ***** Once again, Diana Palmer follows the lines that she has used to win fans and create a successful career. The days of the wild west seem closer, and she utilizes the marriage of convenience plotline that has worked well with Regencies. As always, a young, innocent but spunky heroine loves a man it would be impossible not to love. Judd, like all her Texas men, will win your heart, just as he wins Crissy's.

posted by Anonymous on May 28, 2003

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

OK, good story

This was a good story, but there were just some parts that were so cheesy that it ruined it for me. I like realistic romance. This wasn't it.

posted by Anonymous on February 15, 2004

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2007

    A reviewer

    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.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Good romance

    Though thirteen years her senior and she still attends high school, Texas Ranger Judd Dunn marries Christabel Gaines. He does so to keep her half of the Jacobsville, Texas ranch they own in partnership from fortune hunters until she comes of age. She agrees to the marriage because she hopes to make it a real one, as she knows what she feels is not puppy love.<P> Five years later Crissy has turned twenty-one and Judd plans to annul their paper marriage though she would prefer he wait a few lifetimes as she still loves him. With the chance to bring in some needed income, Judd allows a film crew to use the ranch. However, Crissy fears that the lead actress Tippy Moore seems to have her sights set on Judd. While she wonders how she can make her spouse realize she is a diamond of a woman now and has learned how to love Judd, dangerous ¿accidents¿ occur at the ranch. Only Assistant Police Chief Cash Grier believes Crissy¿s assertion that they are deliberate.<P> The suspense takes a back seat to the lead couple and the two supporting characters that add jealousy to the mix, yet readers will enjoy this exciting tale. The relationship between Judd and Crissy evolves so that the audience believes she knows her heart¿s desire. Judd comes across as foolish yet that is why the audience will like him as he struggles to hide his desires for Crissy for several reasons and not just her age. Fans of an ardent contemporary romance with a bit of intrigue will want to read this novel and hopefully Diana Palmer will follow up with Cash¿s story.<P> Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted September 25, 2011

    Must Read

    Chrissy and Judd were fun, different but lovable. You also get to see Cash when he met Tippy. The stories are great. Chrissy with her family issues and Judd who picked up the pieces. Great fun watching the big Ranger fall for the Grown up Tomboy...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2011

    Perfect

    I agree, this is a perfect read, one of the best books of D.P.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2006

    Hard to put the book down!!!!

    Once I started reading the book I just couldn't put it down. Yes in some areas the character Judd got a little predictable and you said finally he relises whats missing and comes to his sences. But as a whole the book is really good and Crissy's character turns out to be a really strong person who has a heart that knows no boundrys in caring for people.

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