Um I kind of love this book The writing isn t #ohmigod knock your socks off amazing or anything but it s competent Very readable and that is something that is very #knock your socks off amazing or anything but it s competent Very readable and that is something that is very to do No I love this book because I love the characters in it OK the hero has a toddler son and I pretty much universally find toddlers in romances kind of annoying because instead of being
characters they rethey re props to bring the hero and heroine closer together Kid is cute asks if H is new mommydaddy there is awkwardness and then THE KID DISAPPEARS UNTIL LIKE THE kid disappears until like the of the novel I m just saying romance heroines don t do a lot of parenting most of the time So this book has a bit of that but there s a Mexican nanny so I uess the toddler is not being allowed to roam the Texas frontier on his lonesomeAnyway post Civil War Western set in Texas The hero is neith. You Just Couldn't Count On A WomanThat's what Garrick Devlin believed when his wife deserted him after the war Now he'd been deceived by a woman again The man he'd hired for his Texas newspaper had.
Laurie Grant Ó 6 DownloadAracter who s black who has like dimension to his character Wow Romance if you re not reading specifically African American romances is a very white spaceNow if only the cute kid factor wasn t there I would have iven this book a four or five However our heroine who is brave loving pushy and smart puts herself in danger twice She also doesn t tell our hero some pertinent information She s an intelligent woman so why would she be that stupid Garrick our hero would have also Himself In Danger in danger not for his brother These instances were very annoying to me so that is why I m rating the book a #Three Other Than That I #Other than that I enjoyed the book It had an adorable kid which I like in books and reat diverse characters I liked how the novel s setting was a newspaper printing establishment It was interesting to learn about the history. S And Maggie's heart longed for Garrick Devlin and his young son But would Garrick ever learn to trust her Or would a foolish liaison from her past forever destroy their newfound chance at happines. .
Er a cowboy nor a marshal though and the heroine isn t some sort of rancher princess No the hero is the editor of a small town newspaper and the heroine is How the West Was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly--and the Stark Choices Ahead get this his typesetter and pressman You know the person who sets up the type and then prints the paper Yeah She sot a job that isn t teaching school or riding a Horse Or A Whore And Or a whore And "S The Hero Lost A " the hero lost a in the Civil War which led his wife to desert him and commit bigamy Yes bigamy And heroine worked as the typesetter at her father s newspaper #But Had To Leave Town #had to leave town an Army captain seduced her with promises of marriage and ruined her reputation And she s a Yankee while the hero is a ood ol Southern boyI just nobody writes Westerns like this Amputees and non virgins Yes very yes And he praises her for the ood job she does on the paper Amazing And there s also a ch. Turned out to be a meddlesome female and a Yanker to boot But her fiery beauty still attracted him though he knew perfectly well that a woman couldn't be trustedLove saw with the heart not the eye.