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Posted February 7, 2012
Midnight Marriage by Victoria Bylin
Book 3 in the Midas, New Mexico Series
Rafe LaCroix may look like one of the bad guys but he's pretty soft underneath. That's how he ended up with young Nick in his care, and is now kidnapping a doctor to help the boy. Nick took a bullet in the leg that the Benton's had meant for him. He went for old Doc Randall and found a woman asleep in the bed, she's the new doctor and he needs her help. Taking this woman ends up shaking Rafe's world. As they work to save Nick's leg, fight off the Benton gang, and to top it off she ends up being the daughter of a man Rafe don't want to be on the wrong side of...John Leaf, gunman turned preacher.
Dr. Susanna Leaf was going to just settle for widower Timothy Duke, if he ever made a move towards her. After a kiss from Rafe LaCroix, settling didn't sound so great without a spark. Rafe tries to look tough but Susanna see's the same lost feeling in his eyes that she experienced as the young girl who never seemed to fit in. If only Rafe could stop running from his past and face the future but he don't. And running away from his past may have him running to something even worse.
We meet Susanna in the previous book, Abbie's Outlaw. Where she finds out at age fourteen that the cruel man she thought was her father, was not and she goes in search of her real dad. I really enjoyed this series and loved the humor in this book when John Leaf comes back to town at the wrong time.
Posted January 13, 2006
Midnight Marriage is the best book I've read in a very long time! If you enjoy reading western romances, you are going to love reading this book and it'll go on your keeper shelf. The characters are very well-rounded, the excellent writing style paints vivid pictures in your mind and there's never a dull moment from the first page to the last paragraph. I highly recommend this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.