This series has great potential, but I found the male lead in this story extremely distasteful, so much so that I wondered why the female lead was sti..Show More »ll even attracted to him. The female lead, secondary characters and the general story were all enjoyable, but this is the first time I've ever been repelled by the male lead in a romance novel.
For all you Susan Mallery fans who have read all/most of her books this story takes you back to the Key Sisters.
Raoul Moreno the High school fo..Show More »otball player that was dateing the Coachs (Hawk) daughter is the leading man in this fools gold story...
Another very enjoyable book by Susan Mallery ! Susan has a way of making the characters in her books come to life as if they could be your neighbor. <..Show More »br/> This time around it is Nevada's turn & she is just as spunky as ever. As an added surprise on this visit to Fools Gold we have two other couples come together.
The biggest fault I could find is something that would spoil the story, so I won't say it.
I loved reading about the trials and tribulations ..Show More »of a male model trying to live a regular life. Charlie's trauma was sad, but not overdone.
I understand that Clay needed a back story of love lost, but there wasn't as much angst there as I expected, and for which I am truly thankful.
Fool's Gold keeps drawing me back, even after nine entries in the series, which is amazing. Most authors lose their way by the time they hit book six. This one is a little short, probably because much of the other stories in town weren't rehashed much.
Would I buy it again? Yes Will I read it again? Absolutely