Recipient of the Romance Writers of America’s prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award, Linda Lael Miller has published dozens of acclaimed novels, which regularly appear on both the New York Times and USA Today best-seller lists. This entry from her popular McKettricks series introduces Garrett, who likes fast politics, fast women, and fast cars. But when scandal sends him home, Garrett learns to appreciate Julie Remington, his former high-school nemesis.
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"[F]ast-moving, emotional contemporary romance." (Booklist)
This book is so boring that watching paint dry would classify as exciting. How did this author get a book published. You would have to be brain dead to enjoy this. I am not a literary snob. I love romances, which we all know are fluff, but this is ridiculous. Don't waste you money/credits.
Living in Texas, even small ranches belong to the Texas Cattleman's Assoc., who would have stepped in and solved the rustling problems.
Believer in what you can't see
The sparks between Garrett and Julie. Especially because Julie tries so hard to fight the attraction.
The most interesting aspect of the story is the closeness of the family and how each person adds to the group and the fun. The least interesting is the political problems that Garrett has to handle.
My favorite scene is in the pool where they have their first moment together, it is just mouth water.
The story made me cheer when Julie and Garrett get together and start helping each other out and having steamy love scenes. I like the spaghetti casserole scene.
I like all of the McKettrick series, the group is strong, loving, fun and adventurous. They always help others.
An entertaining and engaging listen. I enjoy Linda Lael Miller's work and anxiouslhy await new titles and series; this title was everything I expected and more.
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