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    Review: Cowboy in Wolf’s Clothing (Seven Range Shifters #2) by Kait Ballenger

    Born a cowboy and bred a warrior… High Commander Colt Cavanaugh has spent his life defending his pack and its sprawling ranchlands. But the hardened Grey Wolf soldier has a dark secret that could destroy his life forever. Belle Beaumont is a wanted woman, on the run from the wolf pack that kidnapped her. When fate brings her face-to-face with the Grey Wolf High Commander himself, rivalry becomes a passion, and suddenly more than just her freedom is at stake. Colt will fight to the death for the healing Belle brings to his battle-worn heart—and for this cowboy wolf, all’s fair in love and war… I read the first book…

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    Sullivan’s Promise

    Sullivan’s Promise, a second chance contemporary romance tells the story of Victoria “Vick” Grayhawk, the youngest of the King’s Brats. Years ago, she made a huge mistake giving up her son Cody. Now, she wants him back. First, she must persuade Ryan Sullivan, who is determined to keep Vick at arm’s length, that leaving their son behind was something she regrets. In the foregone conclusion to the Bitter Creek series written by Joan Johnston. Just wasn’t what I hoped for. The story dragged, and the chemistry between Ryan and Vick just wasn’t there. I was more interested in the wrapping up of Matt and Jennie storyline than the two main…

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    Cowboy Wolf Trouble

    Cowboy Wolf Trouble is the first title in Kait Ballenger new paranormal series, Seven Range Shifters. This is also the first title by this author that I had the pleasure of reading. For a Paranormal, Western romance, it was pretty good. It took me a while to get into this story, once I did, I completely enjoyed the plot. The entertainment factor for me is the banter between the two main characters. Cowboy Wolf Trouble a book you don’t want to miss. An excellent start to the Seven Range Shifter series. I can’t wait to read Cowboy In Wolf’s Clothing which is due out June 25, 2019

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    Amelia: A Novel

    A Dangerous Thing Called LOVE!!! This is one of Diana Palmers older stories. Originally released back in 1993. Amelia takes place in early 1900, the Desert Country of West Texas. Going back to reminisce on my younger years of reading a romance novel. I remembered this book as being good back then. But now that I am older, I can see all the faults with this story. Amelia was a kind and yet timid. Whose life was being terrorized by her father; I know there isn’t a true reason why someone wants to abuse a female, whether it be physical or mentally. But Diana Palmer surely tries. The explanation on…

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    Wyoming Winter

            Wyoming Winter is book #7 in Diana Palmer Wyoming Men series. And fans of Diana Palmer will find it a little warmer this coming winter. In her latest title Wyoming Winter, we come to learn that betrayal is not always from the outside. Colie has always been in love with J.C., and being a minister daughter doesn’t negate the fact that Colie can’t feel desire. And when J.C. finally seen that Colie is the woman feel him, Colie was on a high. However, their happiness was short lived. When Colie witnesses something she shouldn’t have and was betrayed by the one person she should have been…

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    Review: Invincible (Long, Tall Texans)

    Mercenary by name and by nature, Carson is a Lakota Sioux who stays to himself and never keeps women around long enough for anything emotional to develop. But working with his friend Cash Grier on a complex murder investigation provides Carson with another kind of fun—shocking Cash’s sweet but traditional secretary, Carlie Blair, with tales of his latest conquests. My Take: Seriously you can’t go wrong reading one of Diana Palmer’s books, they will leave you breathless and wanting more. Invincible is a good example. What I love about this book was the characters Carson and Carlie. Carlie your average every day women, with higher to normal IQ with a…

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    Wyoming Strong

    There are not too many books that will make me cry. However, Wyoming Strong by Diana Palmer was the exception to the rule. Sara a victim of a brutal attack by her step-father is unable to get over the past. Wolf Patterson who was betrayed by the women he thought he loved too is unable or unwilling to let the past go. These two worlds collide when the woman who betrays Wolf comes back and she is on a mission to destroy Wolf and the woman that he has now come to love. This was an adventure that I didn’t want to miss. I fell in love with Wolf and…

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