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Posted June 7, 2013
Another 5 stars for Sable Hunter's Bobby Does Dallas!!!
Bobby is an alpha hero in every sense of the word. He may be young in age
but he definitely makes up for it in height, built, emotional maturity and intelligence.
Seeing Bobby and Ceelee finally achieve their happy ending is a definite TOUCHDOWN!
Great addition to The Hill Country series!
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Posted February 27, 2013
Posted on Romancing the Books blog / Reviewed by Sarah L. / Review copy Provided by the Publisher / Bobby Does Dallas is the third book in the Hill County Heart series by Sable Hunter. While I do not feel it is necessary to have read the first two, because this story actually starts before Book 1 and runs alongside Book Two at points and I was really intrigued by what I was reading about the other characters, I did put it down temporarily to read Book One and re-read Book Two. While I loved how this story did start before the others and it was great to get another character’s perspective of the first two books, at times it felt a bit repetitive.
Lately it seems like a lot of my story choices have involved insecure heroes or heroines whose self-esteem and confidence levels have been torn to shreds by those closest to them. This story was no different. For an older woman, Cecile was a bit on the naïve side but this can be blamed fully on her ex. He transferred his feelings of inadequacy over to her in an effort to make himself feel better about his “shortcomings” (pun intended!).
Bobby is the perfect hero, a young stud with an extremely bright future before him. He was a pivotal force in Cecile’s life. He was patient, tender and seemed to make it his mission in life to build Cecile back up and make her feel good about herself. He did have skeletons in his closet that attempted to come back and haunt him but the way he handled himself during these trying times really reflected what a strong, incredible man he really was.
The only setback I had with the story was that towards the end I felt like I was in a major time warp. Perhaps I just somehow skipped over an extremely relevant portion of the story somewhere along the way but I was under the impression we were still back in the time period where the main story took place only to blink and realize it was about a year later. While I was able to reorient myself to the story again in a short time, I did feel a significant portion of the story was missing.
All in all, despite the time warp, I greatly enjoyed this third book in the Hill Country Heart series and Ms. Hunter has definitely made her way on to my auto buy list.