Tumbleweed Heights

Tumbleweed Heights

by Joan Bird

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BN ID: 2940033009046
Publisher: Boroughs
Publication date: 12/22/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 330 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

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Tumbleweed Heights 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Mrsjonsey More than 1 year ago
This was a great book.  The author descriptiveness brings you into the story.  The hero and heroine both have a past they need to come  to terms with with fighting the intense attraction between them.  This book was funny, well written and will keep you entertained throughout the book.
MollyzReviewz More than 1 year ago
Oh good gracious! Joan Bird has instantly made me a new fan from page one of this laugh-out-loud read! I loved every emotionally laughable moment of this story. Gilly is a transplanted LA Lawyer who is not quite used to living in the country. But, she's gonna give it a try. Then along comes Luke. Sexy, hunky, gorgeous, and downright drool worthy. When Luke arrives on Gilly's ranch, he comes bearing a gift, per orders of the town vet, Doc. His name is Boy. A big hearted, adorable dog. There's no denying the attraction that Gilly feels when she lays eyes on the tall, dark cowboy. In fact, it seems that all she can do is keep falling on her backside! Strong hands lift her up, and well, the sizzling heat ensues! But, there's one problem...there are things happening around town and there's something not quite right with Max Tunney and the Sheriff. The story takes on twists and turns, leaving the reader completely satisfied with suspenseful elements, and some sparks of passion between completely lovable characters! This is most definitely a 5 Book worthy read, and one that I highly recommend to everyone looking for that relaxing, fast paced read filled with romance and fun, mystery and wit. Joan Bird is on my list to read more of her works, and this book is staying on my eReader for along time to come! Great job, Ms. Bird! This review originated at Reviews By Molly in part with a blog tour.