Betrayed by the one heart she thought she could call her own, all because he cheated. Elizabeth Weston didn't know who to believe anymore. The masked stranger she met at the ball several months ago, disappeared from her life like a thief in the night. Her "fiancé" tossed her love away like yesterdays news. Now she's back home to lick her wounds and start over.
Marcus Melton is the county veterinarian, not Elizabeth's dashing, debonair man of mystery. Could he be the tuxedo wearing masked stranger of her fantasies? He wants to find out.
Cattle are dying and bullets are flying. Who's trying to ruin the Weston's ranch while leaving dead bodies in their wake? You're about to find out when you delve into the lives of Red Rock's up and coming physicians in Doctor Me Up.
|Publisher:||Secret Cravings Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.46(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I agree with some of the other reviews - this was just ok, and not up to par with the previous stories. I had high hopes for this one due to the novella that introduced Marcus to us. However, I felt the story could have been so much better. Not sure I want to read the rest of the series. The first three were much better.
Several months ago, Elizabeth Weston met a masked stranger at a ball. After sharing a kiss he disappears from her life. She heads back home to her “fiance” and soon finds out that he is cheating on her. So now she is heads home to start over and that is when she meets the county Vet Marcus Melton. Marcus doesn’t think he can be her masked stranger other than the one night. But he would like to be, and looks like he will be spending more time with the lovely Elizabeth now that someone seems set on ruining the Weston’s ranch. I was so excited to read this book after reading the prequel. And Sandy didn’t disappoint! I love this series and I love her cowboys! This was a hot book and the suspense keeps your on the edge of your seat! I highly recommend it!
I loved the first half of the book. The second half seemed rushed to the point of not being realistic.