Bachelor Remedy

Bachelor Remedy

by Carol Ross

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ISBN-13: 9781335633583
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 04/03/2018
Series: Seasons of Alaska , #5
Edition description: Original Large Print
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 4.09(w) x 6.60(h) x 1.01(d)

About the Author

Carol Ross lives with her husband and two dogs (a perfect border collie and a perfectly loveable miscreant of a dachshund) in a small town in Washington near both the ocean and the mountains. She loves the Northwest because, when the temperamental weather cooperates, she enjoys hiking, running, skiing, and spending time outdoors. And when it doesn’t…she dons a raincoat, or gets lost in a book. She enjoys reading in many genres but writes about what she loves the most-romance.

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Bachelor Remedy 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
MeezCarrie More than 1 year ago
Bachelor Remedy by Carol Ross has a vivid setting, engaging characters, and an electric chemistry between the protagonists. The small town feel adds to its charm, and lots of twists and turns keep reader interest high. While Tag and Ally may appear to be opposites in many ways, they actually have a lot in common where it really matters. There is still plenty to be said for the whole ‘opposites attract’ theory, however, and their witty banter and sizzling romantic tension prove why. A sweet story with just enough spice to be swoony! (I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book)
Deal_Sharing_Aunt More than 1 year ago
I really liked that that Ally used modern medicine and alternative medicine. When something does not work. Why not try something that might? I also loved that she stuck to her feelings and did not care what others thought. She was true to her heritage and what her grandfather taught her. Tag was a nice guy, wanting to please his family. However when these two meet, they realize that their hearts have other plans and they might be made for each other. Ally is not the perfect date for a candidate, however she has a heart of gold. I wanted these two characters to be alone, away from their lives, and just fall in love. However they had obstacles in their way. I would love to find out how they are living 10 years down the road. I am giving this book a 5/5. I was given a copy, All opinions are my own.
Phyllis_H More than 1 year ago
“How does it feel to be dirt free?” “Honestly?” Tag James gave his cousin Bering a sober look and whooshed out a breath. “I totally lucked out. Can’t believe that private investigator didn’t find out about the insider trading or the body buried in my backyard. What an amateur.” Having a large age gap between my husband and myself, it was fun reading about a couple with an even bigger one. Tag was 38 and Ally only 22. Of course, if that was the only difference between them, then the story wouldn’t have been very interesting. Ally was an intriguing woman. She was feisty and determined. She had the ability to mask her emotions so that it was hard to know what she was feeling. She internalized things quite a bit, and felt very deeply. I really admired the way that she cared for everyone around her. Ally, with her background in traditional medicine and her grandfather’s reputation as a skilled medical doctor using alternative methods, ended up in demand for health advice despite the fact she was not a doctor. That caused all kinds of conflict as Tag made (false) assumptions about that. In addition to the conflict in treatment methods, there were also several situations where Tag and Ally had to work together to do medical transport using his piloting skills. There was only just enough detail shared about the reasons their services were needed to give context and have it make sense, but not so much to make it gory or hard to read. Yay for that! The small Alaskan town was interesting. The concerns that the town folks there had about big business coming in and destroying the environment and the tranquility were ones that I wouldn’t even have thought about or realized would be a concern. I think my favorite part of the story was the basketball game at Tag’s family gathering. It had some great laugh out loud moments in it. Bachelor Remedy is a great book to pick up for a nice romantic read. This review was originally posted on AmongTheReads.net I would like to thank Prism Book Tours for giving me this item. My opinion and review were not influenced by this gift.
bookfabulous22 More than 1 year ago
Carol truly knows how to write a novel filled with so much love and happiness. It had such a fun ending to a story filled with character. I loved how Tag and Ally first met and the disagreements they had while you can see the sparks flashing between them. It touch my heart that both characters had a 16 year age gap and both felt the sparks but thought maybe the difference in their beliefs would conflict. I could relate with Ally and Tag's age difference since me and my boyfriend have a 19 year age gap. I understood all the thought of what people would say or think. Everyone always have an opinion but age is only a number. It that person makes you happy age is not something that should prevent the two people from dating or marrying. I love all the emotions I felt through out the book. I almost felt like a teenager in love with all the emotional feelings and jealousy. Truly a book that will make you see difference can be seen as positive.
Suze-Lavender More than 1 year ago
Ally's grandfather is a well known doctor and healer and he taught Ally a lot about medicine. Ally is a former army medic, now working as a hospital liaison in Rankins, Alaska. Ally combines traditional and alternative methods, so she can help people as well as she can, even though she knows this will give her difficulties. Not everyone is happy with her choices and recommendations. However, Ally's only aim is to do as much for others as possible and she can deal with the criticism. One of the sceptics is Tag, the transport pilot she has to work with on a regular basis. He's quite a few years older than Ally, but when they're together sparks fly. Can they overcome their differences? Tag's family has political ambitions. Tag is the ideal person to run for senator. He doesn't particularly live for politics, but he wants to help people and this seems a good way to do it. Ally changes something inside him and when she's with him he feels complete. Unfortunately Tag has doubts about seeing her, because she's young, they don't see eye to eye when it comes to medical issues and becoming involved with her might be bad for his political career. Will he realise what's most important in life in time to make the right decisions about his future or will he lose his only chance at true love? Bachelor Remedy is a wonderful romantic story. Ally is smart, confident and kind. She's fierce and calm at the same time, a combination I absolutely loved. She can stand her ground and I liked her audacity a lot. Ally knows what she wants and when she meets Tag she's immediately sure he's the man she should be with. There are quite a few obstacles in their way and I was curious to find out if they'd be able to overcome them. Ally and Tag have a beautiful connection and they have much in common. They care about others, they are both strong and resilient people and they will do anything for the people they love. I loved their good hearts and discovering if they'd find a way to make things work between them kept me glued to the pages. Carol Ross has a fabulous warm writing style. I love the way she describes the relationships between her characters. There's plenty of emotion, compassion, enthusiasm and affection. The close bonds between family, friends and soul mates are making her stories a joy to read. I flew through the pages of this marvelous story with its very sweet ending and was captivated from beginning to end. Bachelor Remedy is filled with unexpected twists and turns and interesting incidents. I really enjoyed reading this amazing book, it's charming, entertaining and fascinating.
D-does-reviews More than 1 year ago
This book is a grand adventure featuring a small town in Alaska and a cast of characters who battle the elements and real estate developers who want to destroy the pristine beauty of the place they love. Tag James and Ally Mowak are well matched adversaries with strong personalities that cause them to butt heads when it comes to patient care, but their journey from enemies to more-than-friends is highly entertaining and full of misconceptions about each other that make for an entertaining storyline. Mix in some politics, family interference and workplace drama and you won’t want to put this book down until you’ve read their entire story. I highly recommend it! I read an early copy of this book and all opinions expressed in my voluntary and unsolicited review are completely my own.