Nt with the h when I wanted to throttle her at times I really adore how straightforward he is regarding his feelings for her and how he went about making sure his actions speak even louder than his words I m a sucker for beta H that s a tad shy with absolute devotion and this one fits the bill very wellThe h on the other hand is pretty flat to me She s sweet has been through a lot and
really seems to be forever sad only which I can understand given her circumstance but after half a book of the seems to be forever sad only which I can understand given her circumstance but after half a book of the thing it gets a bit old with not much developmentThe plot is the major issue I have with this book There doesn t seem to be much of one and the book is just "A Rehashing Of The H Declaring And "rehashing of the H declaring and his love for the h and the h wavering between awe and doubt for the most part There really is not much happening and I would prefer a change of scenery or some hardship thrown their way to see how they can grow stronger together The transitional scenes are sometimes choppy and puzzling paragraphs seem to come together with some missing parts in between I actually flipped back and forth a few times and wondered if I ve missed reading a page as the transition seems pretty abrupt This extended to how the protagonists act sometimes they re acting before I expect them to without any communication as if they are mindreaders The timeline also seems too unrealistic given what the h had gone through I would have expected them to be awkward for a month or two or maybe half a ear or so to make it real feeling but then again reading just about the H is a pretty enjoyable read in itsel. Nd Dillon knew it ate away at her very core He would help her if he could if he had the words and ways But would his tenderness be enough to win a woman who'd been robbed of her faith in love.
This was a good western historical romance about a woman who had previously been in an abusive relationship and a cowboy
had never one at all Dillon was a dream hero My only complaint and "Its A Purely Personal One Is That "a purely personal one is that started out an alpha male but in my opinion morphed into a beta male by the time the book was over Otherwise a really good read Hard to believe that this was written in 2004 it s got such a traditionalist feel to it Men portrayed as abusers or caretakers thinking of women as pretty and as possesions to be protected His shyness was rather endearing though So were the observations that while he was not educated he dealt in intuition so he knew how to read people anyway For it s lovely longing however it gets a bit repetitive it could have been a novella for the amount of plot it had A lot of it is either too sweet or over explanatory This book will be hard to forget one of the best this that I have read this Chasing McCree Chasing McCree yearFull if imotion This was a sweet read I actually finished it a couple of weeks ago but having a baby slowed me down a bit on reviewing The basic plot of the story is this Heroine suffers a miscarriage after which her husband sets her aside and she returns home to live with her mother and stepfather She s not particularly welcome in their home and her life is pretty bleak Then she meets the horseman her stepfather has hired to tame some of his horses This goodhearted gentle man helps her to feel alive again and he in turn finds himself captivated by this woman Both characters are likable and their love story is truly very. 19th Century American West Dillon Hennessey was a man like no other Stronget caring determined et kind But he was still a man Katelyn Green reminded herself and therefore not to be trusted. ,who had never