May Contain Spoilers
Stranded with the Rancher caught my attention because the hero breeds thoroughbreds. I’ve already stated that I have a one track mind when it comes to romances; include a few animals or just dangle their presence out there and I’m all over it. The storm angle sounded interesting, too. I get very anxious when the weather turns violent, so the thought of huddling in a storm shelter while a storm rages outside had me intrigued.Read more
I haven’t read anything by Emma Cane previously, so I was looking forward to checking out When the Rancher Came to Town. If I had to knock the story for anything, it would be for being so short. This is a novella, so the timeline is very compressed; the story takes place over a weekend. I love novellas because I can plow through them so quickly, but when I like them, I always wish they were longer! So, for me, the format is a double-edged sword.Read more
Please welcome R. C. Ryan to the virtual offices this morning! She has a Top 5, as well as an awesome giveaway for you to enter!
Ash is planning the perfect dinner date to woo Brenna – What are the Top 5 items on the menu?Read more
Please welcome TJ Kline to the virtual offices this morning! She’s going to share her writing essentials list. Check it out and be sure to enter the giveaway below.
T.J. Kline’s Writing Quirks & Must-HavesRead more
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I am a big fan of Donna Alward, so when I saw this free novella, I scooped it up and immediately sat down to read it. Like her other books, this short story just clicked with me. I could easily relate to Megan; she’s a hard working vet during the week, but she loves participating in rodeo during the weekend. Pax isn’t a bad guy, he’s just a bit misguided. Five years ago, after a traumatic event puts him in charge of the family business, he abruptly breaks things off with Megan after she leaves for college. He ignores her calls and emails, leaving her broken hearted and confused. Hadn’t they fallen in love over the summer before she left for school?Read more