Unbridled (Long, Tall Texans)

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A lone wolf takes on the threat endangering everything he loves in an unforgettable story in the sensational Long, Tall Texans series

Widowed Texas Ranger and single dad John Ruiz hardened his heart years ago. Day after day, he tracks the roughest criminals in the Lone Star State, leaving little room for love. So when John butts head with the beautiful nurse who’s helping his young son, he’s floored by how quickly the sparks fly.

Ever since her mother’s and brother’s brutal murders, Sunny Wesley has devoted her life to saving others. Adorable Tonio Ruiz is just another youngster she’s trying to help—or so she tells herself. Little does she know he’s John’s son. When her life comes under fire, can one mysterious rancher rescue her?

Unbridled, written by Bestselling Author Diana Palmer, was a heartwarming story that will touch your heart. Sunny Wesley is now along in the world after the brutal slaying of her mother and baby brother. Now, the only family she knows is the relationship she forms with her patients. Until one day she comes to the rescue of a young boy.

Either I am finally learning Diana Palmer’s writing style, or I am outgrowing her stories. Either way, I didn’t hate the story, nor did I love the story. The parts I liked about Unbridled was overshadowed by the same plots that I am noticing Diana Palmer has been using for the last several of her books. A strong alpha male with a nondescript female, whose has low self-esteem that boggles the imagination. I could have enjoyed Unbridled more if she would have tried to strengthen Sunny as a person.

Where is Diana Palmer of the old? Where the heroine was meek but strong, able to handle the strong alpha type hero. Are those days gone? Are we just left with a shadow of the past?

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