Review: The Rancher by Sarah M Anderson


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Okay. Where to start with this one? I wanted to read The Rancher because I am a huge fan of Sarah M Anderson’s writing. I had my reservations, though, to be honest. The whole concept of the hero wearing a mask – I don’t know, it just seemed so weird to me. And as I got into the story – did Jacob even have a nose? I think this would have worked better if I had read it at another time of the year. I have been reading light, happy Christmas stories, and this does not fit into that mindset. I found the story dark, humorless, and a slag-fest to get through.


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Review: The Art of Running in Heels by Rachel Gibson

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I’ve been on a hockey kick recently, so when I saw that Rachel Gibson, an author I have enjoyed in the past, had a hockey book out, I was all over it. This is the first Chinooks Hockey Team book I’ve read (it’s #7), but I had no problem keeping up with the story. I do want to go back and read Simply Irresistible,  her parents’ story from waayyy back in 1998 (and the original cover is so awful!). The Art of Running in Heels had a few troublesome moments for me, but overall, I thought it was a light, breezy read.

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Review: A Lawman for Christmas by Karen Kirst

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This literally started with a bang, when Isabel confronts a bank robber and is saved by deputy Ben MacGregor. Ben is shot, Isabel stitches him back together, and the bank robber gets away. Isabel is the only person to have ever seen his face, so Ben fears for her safety. When Isabel protests his protective services, not wanting any scandal to touch her family, he stubbornly refuses to let her out of his sights. When a little boy is dropped off on her doorstep, they have another mystery to solve. Does the little boy have anything to do with the bank robber?

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Review: The Billionaire’s Forever Family


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The Billionaire’s Forever Family features one of my favorite romance tropes – care-giver of an orphaned relative struggles to raise the child, and then has to fend off a custody battle. Cassie Frost has been raising her niece Emily since she was born. Her sister, a free-spirit, and that’s being kind, because deep down she was selfish and cared more for herself than for her own daughter, thought Cassidy would bail her out of every stupid decision she made, has recently passed away from a sudden illness. Thinking that Emily needs a male role-model in her life, Cassie reaches out to Will Connelly, suspecting that he might be Emily’s father. What she doesn’t expect is a threat to her guardianship and having her whole life thrown in an uproar.

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