The Lawman's Apache Moon

The Lawman's Apache Moon

by Debra Holt

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The Lawman's Apache Moon 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fun romantic read, enjoyed the couple getting to know each. Refreshing they didn't jump into bed with each upon meeting and even after they married. Recommend. Mjw
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story made me smile with all the banter between the two main characters. The descriptions of the scenery made me want to visit New Mexico.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent story - the story did not feel as if points were missing even though it is only 186 pages. I only wish it had been a Daily Find at a lesser price. ACTUALLY - 4-1/2 STARS The story was funny in many parts and I liked how the two man characters acted/reacted to each other. What happens to a child and the feelings that child develops carry over into adulthood and this story showed exactly how that affected Angie and her relationships with others, especially Jace..
ytcruz More than 1 year ago
You know you are in for an entertaining story, when the book is written by Ms Holt. This one is no different. This one centers around Jace and Angie. The characters were well developed and likable. The chemistry between them was fun to read and the plot kept you wondering what would happen next. So, another winner from Debra Holt. I was gifted this book. The opinions expressed are solely my own.
paulalala09 More than 1 year ago
I love the opportunity to read and review books by Debra Holt. Her stories always color a landscape of emotional settings with real feeling emotions and events. In this story, the sequel to Beware the Ranger (d another great book), US Marshall Jace Blackhawk, finds his match in Angelina Lord, a New York fashion designer. Angelina had gone to New Mexico with her friend, Kaitlyn, to find a new location for her designs. Waylaid by Kaitlyn's adventure, Angie is finally getting to Santa Fe but with Jace, best friend to Kaitlyn's new husband, Cody. On the road to Santa Fe, a strong storm causes Jace and Angie to find a hotel for the night. No problem there but there is only one room available-the Honeymoon Suite. A case of mistaken honor leads them to a quickie marriage of convenience. You really have to read the novel to get the full story about the marriage circumstances and where it all leads for Angie and Jace. The story is fraught with personal complications, past hardships and self-imposed walls. It is truly a lovely romance.
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
I really liked this one. This author has a very descriptive writing style and she brought the characters and scenery to life. The characters are very well developed and I enjoyed how the relationship between Jace and Angela's evolves What starts out as a road trip with someone who is little more than a stranger and someone she's not even sure she likes turns into one heck of a ride before it's over. I recommend this one!