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Posted January 29, 2014
## Boring. That about covers it. The way the heroine just forgave the hero about lying to her and investigating her while pretending to be her friend was just dumb. Noone is THAT understanding. And his attraction felt completely forced. It seemed like he only liked her because she loved his special-needs son. And I hate it when all off a sudden it's "darling" and "my love" when they haven't even talked about being together. Incredibly corny.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 29, 2011
This is a powerful family drama
Divorced Texas Ranger Captain Caige Dawson considers leaving the force in order to spend more time with his special needs eight year old son Josh. Three years ago the accident changed the family dynamics leading to Liz leaving him to raise their son by himself; though thanks to angles like teacher Mrs. Wright and caregiver Elly, he knows his child is bring taken care of with love when he is away.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
His supervisor Mac Leeson assigns Caige to work on a FBI five years old cold case. Agent Robbins explains that banker Nathan Farley left a branch of the Yellow Rose Bank only to vanish. His wife Blaire was a UT at Austin undergraduate when her husband disappeared. Blaire's parents called asking for Robbins to bring closure to them and their daughter. Caige goes undercover at the Texas Forest Service where Blaire Kosolov works. He and his son are instantly attracted to the kind Blaire, but he fears she has killed her spouse as two more murders seem to converge on her.
This is a powerful family drama starring three likable individuals, but Josh steals the show from the adults. The mystery of the vanished spouse is deftly handled to blend in with the romance and the nurturing of Josh, who needs special attention. Readers will appreciate Rebecca Winters' superb holiday thriller.
Posted December 16, 2011
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