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com 3 1 2 Stars Not too shabby for a Harlequin I like that the hero was a wounded Marine vet gave him a little bit of an edge AND he was a cowboy which just added to the amazingness Enjoy the book will read from this author.
This book really involved Christmas in the storyline There s the male lead character who is a rodeo cowboy who has been injured and has come home to rest, recuperate and get back to doing what he does best breaking horses and riding bucking broncos Our female lead character has always like our male lead but because of something that happened to her brother she does not want to get involved with a man who leads a dangerous life style And so the story goes it s all about blame, trust and living life to the fullest.
Excellent book I loved Ethan He was so determined that he not be known for his injury that he tended to push the envelope on taking risks I had to respect his desire to make it on his own Caitlin had spent the years that Ethan was away trying to avoid any kind of risk She felt guilty for her brother s accident, and as a result tended toward over protectiveness I liked her brother Justin and his attitude toward his changed lifestyle he, like Ethan, wasn t going to let anything slow him down I really like the way that Ethan was portrayed it was very realistic My only complaint with the book wasn t with the story, but with the fact that Harlequin s editors still haven t realized that the word Marine is ALWAYS capitalized long a pet peeve of mine Caitlin lives in fear most of the time it s amazing she even drives and Ethan is so fearless it s amazing he hasn t lost than one body part Luckily, for romance purposes, the important part is still attached and functioning well, lol.
I had a hard time feeling empathy with either one because they were too extreme When they both smarten up, it seems to me they ve lost important parts of their personality I suppose she ll always be afraid for someone and he ll always go out on a limb groan The story is well written and the HEA seems like it s meant to be Ethan truly is a noble hero and Caitlin is the great girl next door.