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Posted May 4, 2010
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This book was just as good as the first "The Love of a Cowboy"
It takes place in Idaho, same county and town. John Bradshaw is the "temp" sheriff until the new election in town; Isabelle Rondeau has moved back to her hometown from Texas with her horses and wants to start her life over. They meet after 18 years on a sad note. John always had a crush on Isabelle in high school, but she was involved with someone else. Now after all these years John seeks to have a relationship with Isabelle. Their relationship is sweet and loving and the story takes many twist and turns. I read the book in less than a day, I could not put it down. The suspense in the story keep me on edge. I also loved that Luke and his wife had small parts in it as I Loved Him in the first book. I can't not wait to read the third.
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Posted October 29, 2005
The characters in this novel jump off the page. The good writing puts you right in the middle of their lives, in the middle of their small town. The story is about two independent people dealing with personal challenges and hard conflict from their pasts. Both have something to prove to themselves. The main female character starts out showing her strength in how she has handled a cheating partner and what could have been a debilitating handicap if she had let it. The main male character discovers that there's life after professional rodeo and that he really is the man he has always wanted to be. Together these two face an unexpected terrible human tragedy. At the same time, they salvage Isabelle's younger alcoholic brother. As an aside, the heroine has a nerdy ten-year-old daughter who's adorable. It's a well-paced sexy read and if you like stories where the characters turn out to be stronger and better people than they ever thought they could be, this is one for you.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 5, 2005
When Isabelle, Izzy, Rondeau returns home to rebuild her life on a horse farm, trouble begins almost immediately. Her child's dog is shot by a mean hearted neighbor, and the sheriff who comes to investigate is John Thomas Bradshaw, a man who has never forgotten Frizzy Izzy, nor been forgotten by her. Both are alone now, except for their young children. His working for her part time solves problems for both of them, and creates others. Electric attraction runs between them, but does Izzy dare act on it when her own brother runs afoul of the law on a regular basis? ........................... Although there are heartwarming moments, there is a flat blandness to the story that makes it less than great. It's an okay story to pass the time with, but not one that will sweep you away from the present world and get you lost in the pages.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 4, 2010
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