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Posted February 12, 2014
Wild Dakota Heart by Lisa Mondello
Dakota Hearts Series Book 4
Ethan McKinnon has returned to Rudolph, South Dakota after serving eight years as a Navy SEAL a year ago. It's time for closure of the past, time to move on to the future. Time to stop avoiding his best friend's kid sister. As a police officer the opportunity presents itself where they have to meet. He finds her full of anger and hate and having never moved past her brother' Denny's death all those years ago. And Ethan is determined to help her through it, no matter how often she tells him to stay away from her.
Maddie Newton does not want anything to do with Ethan. In her mind not only was it his fault Denny died, but he had left him to die alone. Left them all behind to become a hero. And yet the more she's around him, the more memories surface to remind her of the good times in their childhood.
This is definitely a story where you may want that box of tissues handy. A story of how people grieve differently and sometimes they latch on to the wrong person to aim all that hurt and anger at. To aim it at the living rather than the dead. And sometimes things just aren't what you think they are. Another great book in this series.
If you enjoy series you'll want to start at the beginning with Her Dakota Man, Badland Bride and then Dakota Heat. Book five will be His Dakota Bride. These are shorter books but definitely full length stories.
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Posted October 11, 2014
Heart gripping story lines in each book.
Recommend reading in order for best clarity.
Looking forward to Ian's story Dakota Wedding.
Posted October 3, 2014
Book Four of the series is Maddie and Ethans story... Ethan a former Navy Seal now a police officer in his So. Dakota Home town... Maddie is the sister of Ethan's best friend who was killed in an accident that she blames Ethan for... Sometimes sad, always believable and well written it tells a complete story in only 72 pages.. Read the Series but Read It In Order...Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 8, 2014