by Kim Fielding


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ISBN-13: 9781634764766
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press, LLC
Publication date: 08/31/2015
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)

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Rattlesnake 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
toniFMAMTC More than 1 year ago
Rattlesnake has some powerful moments. These guys have a lot of pain and love to give. I was totally caught up in it. I adore when a super strong independent character finds out that they are capable of being loved, in fact they are loved, and then they give into it. It makes me feel like the Grinch with my heart growing 3 sizes, almost to bursting. And then someone with a disability learning to have confidence in their self and life is beautiful too. This is one of those touching stories, but not actually a mushy one, so it's the kind that rocks me the most.
AGoodell More than 1 year ago
This is a hard one for me to grade/review. Overall I thought it was enjoyable, however, I did hit that 30 second fast forward button during the ‘courtship’ period while Shane and Jimmy were at the Inn, finding each other and themselves. Jimmy, a broken man winds up in Rattlesnake on a mission to deliverer a letter from a dead man. But things go astray and he soon discovers that one more day is all he wants. Shane, is also dealing with his own demons from a tragedy tens years ago. But luckily for him he’s got this amazing family that keeps him going. These two are a pair, but holding secrets, and telling lies. By omission and right out. None horrendous but still they lay in between these two and this relationship through out the whole story. What I enjoyed most was that we got to see Jimmy heal and grow. Even at forty three, because he’s been on the street since he was fourteen he’s only known one life. And little by little Shane and his family was able to help with that. On the flip side of that, that’s also the part that dragged on a little and that I kept hitting the FF button. One of things that threw me was how, passive Jimmy was, how young he acted. You always here how growing up on the streets makes a person grow up fast, hardens them. So to have a character not meet the mold that I’ve been given. Makes me want to know why? And, I just didn’t feel like the information we were given about Jimmy changed that. He had to sell his body at age fourteen onward, family rejected him over and over. Never finished school, no foster family to give the love and support. Arrested, nothing bad. But all leads to ‘harden, jaded, older then his true years’. In my opinion The ending was perfect, Shane giving Jimmy all the information and letting him come to the decision he needed to. And the epilogue with the HEA, including the stagecoach. I thought the narrator did a great job, nailed all the voices, children, women and men. Book 3 Narrator 5 Overall 4 I was given a copy in exchange for an honest review by Crystals Many reviewers