Young widow Jayne Jordan had denied her feelings for rough and rowdy cowboy Pat Reilly - cursed and fought them - but Reilly was through being haunted by memories, tired of feeling guilty for wanting to lose himself in the warm honey of Jayne's sweet soul. Loving Reilly was like taking her heart on a roller coaster ride - breathtaking highs and heartbreaking lows - but could she do less than surrender to the man who was her destiny?
I usually like Tammy Hoag's lighthearted romances, but this book was a little disappointing. I think she was going for quirky characters, but they just came off as annoying and silly. This book is the sequel to "Keeping Company," which was funny, interesting and sexy. But this book wasn't any of those things and just fell flat for me. I wish I could get my credit back somehow...
I have listened to a few other Tami Hoag books and enjoyed them, but I was disappointed with this one. I am sorry I wasted a credit on it. It was so confusing and I couldn't get into the characters. The narrator's Australian accent was strange. I didn't even finish listening to it I do not recommend this book.
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