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Hot. Rich. Annoying. Helicopter pilot Ethan Gelderman V is a man who understands woman, both in and out of the bedroom. Annabelle ‘killer’ Smith seems to be the only lady who looks at him like he’s something she got stuck on her stiletto. Sexy, beautiful and colder than a glacier, she lives in the small town of Lake Howling alongside his best friend, and she has a lifetime Hot. Rich. Annoying. Helicopter pilot Ethan Gelderman V is a man who understands woman, both in and out of the bedroom. Annabelle ‘killer’ Smith seems to be the only lady who looks at him like he’s something she got stuck on her stiletto. Sexy, beautiful and colder than a glacier, she lives in the small town of Lake Howling alongside his best friend, and she has a lifetime supply of Texan repellent. But Ethan has one thing in his favor – persistence - and when he gets the chance to infiltrate her defenses he takes it, and to hell with the bite marks! Annabelle Smith doesn’t take anyone’s BS. She’s tough and a survivor. Betrayed by her brother, she’s forced to put her trust in the man she calls the Texan Tomcat. Ethan is a smooth-talking womanizer: too rich, too hot, and too much of just about everything! The problem is she wants him and always has. There is absolutely no way she she’s giving in to temptation. Resistance is futile when they’re thrown together at a wedding, and the result leaves them wondering what the hell just happened. Raw, and vulnerable, Annabelle comes out fighting, but Ethan’s not completed years of combat training for nothing. He has the girl he wants and he’ll do what it takes to keep her. If you enjoy your small town romance sizzling with a side of crazy, then Lake Howling is for you. Meet the real authority in town (the local book club) and remember to stick your nose in everyone’s business! Swim in the ice cold lake, then warm up with a coffee and mystery muffin at The Hoot Café. Plenty of feels and LOL’s, all wrapped up in a town that will have you packing your bags to head there from the opening page. BOOKS IN THIS SERIES A Promise Of Home The Texan Meets His Match How Sweet It Is It Only Took You Don't Look Back A Long Way Home Then Came You


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Hot. Rich. Annoying. Helicopter pilot Ethan Gelderman V is a man who understands woman, both in and out of the bedroom. Annabelle ‘killer’ Smith seems to be the only lady who looks at him like he’s something she got stuck on her stiletto. Sexy, beautiful and colder than a glacier, she lives in the small town of Lake Howling alongside his best friend, and she has a lifetime Hot. Rich. Annoying. Helicopter pilot Ethan Gelderman V is a man who understands woman, both in and out of the bedroom. Annabelle ‘killer’ Smith seems to be the only lady who looks at him like he’s something she got stuck on her stiletto. Sexy, beautiful and colder than a glacier, she lives in the small town of Lake Howling alongside his best friend, and she has a lifetime supply of Texan repellent. But Ethan has one thing in his favor – persistence - and when he gets the chance to infiltrate her defenses he takes it, and to hell with the bite marks! Annabelle Smith doesn’t take anyone’s BS. She’s tough and a survivor. Betrayed by her brother, she’s forced to put her trust in the man she calls the Texan Tomcat. Ethan is a smooth-talking womanizer: too rich, too hot, and too much of just about everything! The problem is she wants him and always has. There is absolutely no way she she’s giving in to temptation. Resistance is futile when they’re thrown together at a wedding, and the result leaves them wondering what the hell just happened. Raw, and vulnerable, Annabelle comes out fighting, but Ethan’s not completed years of combat training for nothing. He has the girl he wants and he’ll do what it takes to keep her. If you enjoy your small town romance sizzling with a side of crazy, then Lake Howling is for you. Meet the real authority in town (the local book club) and remember to stick your nose in everyone’s business! Swim in the ice cold lake, then warm up with a coffee and mystery muffin at The Hoot Café. Plenty of feels and LOL’s, all wrapped up in a town that will have you packing your bags to head there from the opening page. BOOKS IN THIS SERIES A Promise Of Home The Texan Meets His Match How Sweet It Is It Only Took You Don't Look Back A Long Way Home Then Came You

30 review for The Texan Meets His Match

  1. 5 out of 5

    Valerie

    So, the guy’s known her for 2 years, lusted after her for the past 6 months and then suddenly decides to make a move and kisses her, and then again... and again? As if this was a normal occurrence? Someone needs to edit this book. It’s so bad, there are countless typos, grammatical errors, words are missing, verbs are not conjugated properly... and I won’t get into the writing itself! I didn’t connect to either character and in fact didn’t particularly like them that much. I got sick of the consta So, the guy’s known her for 2 years, lusted after her for the past 6 months and then suddenly decides to make a move and kisses her, and then again... and again? As if this was a normal occurrence? Someone needs to edit this book. It’s so bad, there are countless typos, grammatical errors, words are missing, verbs are not conjugated properly... and I won’t get into the writing itself! I didn’t connect to either character and in fact didn’t particularly like them that much. I got sick of the constant name calling - I mean, literally: the MCs keep repeating their names over and over again and it gets tiring (“Annabelle this” and “Annabelle that” and “Ethan this” and “Ethan that”). The never ending references to Ethan’s money is annoying, too (with this type of sentences: “You all know I’m rich...”). *rolling my eyes* And here: “I have ten million invested.” Closing her eyes, she slumped forward onto his chest. “I can’t even write that amount on paper. I wouldn’t know how many zeros to use.” “Nine of them,” he said, slipping a hand under her hair and cupping the back of her neck.” Oh yikes. No. Just no. 9 zeros would make 1 billion, not 10 millions. 10M is 7 zeros. Jeez! So I’m breaking my rule here. I usually give 2 stars to books I didn’t like but finished anyway. I’m giving this one 1 star even though I finished it because frankly, it needs work.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lara

    I'm sorry, but this promising premise turned into an angry read. 1 star. Ethan (H) and Annabelle (h) can't quite stand each other, but their best friends are getting married. The two of them, however, tend to snip at each other instead of acting on the underlying attraction. Things start to change, however, when Ethan spots "the Amazon" in a vulnerable moment - twice! Surrounded by family dramas on both sides, they start to see more layers in the other than they had previously though possible. Wh I'm sorry, but this promising premise turned into an angry read. 1 star. Ethan (H) and Annabelle (h) can't quite stand each other, but their best friends are getting married. The two of them, however, tend to snip at each other instead of acting on the underlying attraction. Things start to change, however, when Ethan spots "the Amazon" in a vulnerable moment - twice! Surrounded by family dramas on both sides, they start to see more layers in the other than they had previously though possible. Where will things go from here? I liked the premise. I enjoy enemies-to-lovers as a trope - typically lots of fun banter and getting-to-know-the-real-you moments. And while Ethan's family drama was pretty stereotypical (icy, controlling rich family), Annabelle's was a bit more unique. However, this just didn't live up to the potential. Ethan was OK. He had his manwhorish past, but it wasn't too much of an issue here. And thankfully, no OW drama (often an issue in these reformed bad boy/playboy type stories). My biggest problem with him was what had flipped his switch with Annabelle. They'd known each other for years, been attracted to each other for that entire time, but all of a sudden, he's all in, the guy who refused to even consider monogamy previously? Maybe it's how I felt about Annabelle, too, which made it hard to follow that change. Because, yeah, frankly, I hated Annabelle. So, so, soooo many reasons. She was a horrible mix of intense guilt, nosiness, and hypersensitive pride, all balanced with a pretty sizable chip on her shoulder. She might have been more likable in the previous book, as the best friend character, but here, I never really got enough good characteristics to balance out the rough ones. You want examples, you say? Here goes: * She strong-armed Ethan into attending the wedding. She knows nothing about the family dynamics, and Ethan is obviously reluctant and doesn't want to talk about it, but she pushes it as if her own opinion is the only one that matters. FYI, Annabelle - not all family events are happy reunions, and not all wedding invitations are genuine. "Obligation invitations" are a real thing, the ones you send because someone will be offended if they don't get one but no one expects them to actually come. It's an alternative to sending wedding announcements. Yes, family politics are present even in "regular" non-billionaire families. * But when the tables are flipped and she's being asked about her own family business? She's evasive and defensive and bordering on antagonistic. No matter who asks. * In general, I get that she's coming from a hard background and hates being pitied. But she takes it to the point of never accepting rational help either. Ethan buys the car for a fair used car price, but she wants to pay him back. This is just weird! He gets the car and she gets money - how on earth is that any different from a regular sale, from if she'd sold it directly to the doorman? It's not like he paid her absurdly above market value! * But let's not forget her TSTL moments in Vegas. She's freaking out, so stressed she can barely function, but doesn't want him to come in with her, or listen to any of his directions? Umm... he's a trained soldier who's been in combat. You're a small town nurse. Who's really the one who's totally unprepared for this? * My biggest frustration, though, was her complete and utter enabling of Cooper. She pays his debts, but never takes it out on him, never holds him accountable. She actually gets angry at Ethan when Ethan does point out that it's Cooper's debt. Even the $25K at the beginning. I'm sorry, if someone stole nearly a year's salary from me - even if it was family - I'd be filing a police report. She's making herself sick with guilt for ridiculous reasons. 'If only she'd answered his calls'? It's been about a week and a half since he stole her $25K, so that's how long she's been avoiding his calls. And he did aaaaaaaaaall that damage, formed a heroin habit and ran up aaaaaaaaaaaall that debt, in a week and a half? He'd've stayed clean if she'd answered the phone when he first took the money? I call a big steaming load of BS. But she buys it and drags us through all her angsty wallowing with her. Speaking of her argument with Ethan. She consciously recognized that she wasn't being rational, that she was lashing out. But then she's yelling at him "I was being rational!" No, hon, you weren't. You are exhausted and emotionally invested and emotionally drained. Nothing about that combination says rational. But to be arguing that she was while she consciously knows she wasn't? Extra unlikable, extra unsympathetic. Thinking of that fight, and whether or not Ethan should feel guilty about "abandoning" Brad, the fact remains that Brad was indeed a "straight A" asshole. Like Cooper, at some point he has to take responsibility for his own decisions, his own actions! I mean, c'mon - Brad was groping Annabelle at the wedding and (along with EG) called her both a slut and a money-grubbing whore. But Ethan's all about the olive branch without worrying that Brad should apologize first? I guess Ethan's self-inflicted guilt matches Annabelle's in terms of rational sense and enabling. The conversations with the friends were a little weird. I get that the friendly teasing in town amongst the friends was to contrast with the back-handed compliments that Ethan gets at home. But it felt like they were always negative with each other. Well, that or prying into each other's lives (and yet being defensively private about their own lives). And the nicknames. Everyone seemed to have a bunch of nicknames which they used interchangeably. Ethan was called Gelderman the Fifth, Number 5, Tex, Texas, the Texan, Gelderman, even occasionally Ethan. Usually when someone has a nickname, don't their friends kinda stick to it? Or at least within settings/by particular people? Say, if Buster always called him one thing and Newman another that'd be realistic, but they'd each stick to a particular nickname. Maybe that's just my personal experience with nicknames, but it just felt weird and forced - too much somehow - like the author was using it to show 'oh how close' these people are. Thinking more on the teasing amongst the friends... I didn't get the football rivalry thing. Packers and Longhorns are two completely different leagues - NFL and NCAA. Yes, both sets of fans are rabid, but it's not a rivalry - they'll never play each other. Heck, they don't even play on the same day! Players from Texas might even be signed by the Packers. If Ethan was a Cowboys fan, it would make a lot more sense. Just didn't ring true to me. Another weird thing. EG never mentioned Ethan's service because he was peeved that Ethan went his own way. OK, I kinda get that. But in TX, military service is a big plus - very red state and home to a bunch of military bases, multiple branches. It would be a good PR move on EG's part to talk up his son's service, yet he didn't. He'd rather them think that Ethan was just 'tripping around the world'? For someone so manipulative, that seemed a missed opportunity. Yet another weird scene - at the sister's wedding reception, Ethan forces the conversation - while they are still in public at the reception, not even in private, but near the main dance floor - about Annabelle's brother. Something very emotional and personal and private, leading Annabelle to be "howling like a baby" in Ethan's lap. He thinks this is ok?? She never says "not the time or place"??? And no one says ANYTHING about the crazy emotional breakdown going on by the dance floor????? The pacing overall was weird. The wedding was about halfway through, then they're picking up Cooper in Vegas. And then this weird, angsty, drawn-out, and frankly rather boring several chapters (nursing someone coming off heroin - whee fun!), leading up to the final showdown in the last real chapter (Chapter 20 was basically an epilogue). It just felt like actual plot stopped for a handful of chapters so Annabelle could have a guilt and exhaustion induced emotional breakdown. Continuity issue (and a minor spoiler). (view spoiler)[Ethan pays her $5K for the car, which she wants to pay back, and then the $150K in Vegas. Yet she's stressing about $175 she owes Ethan? Where did that number come from? Cooper took $25K from her, and then she arranged for the $150K - that would have been $175K, but Ethan had nothing at all to do with that first $25K! (hide spoiler)] Some minor typos and editing issues. Enough to be noticeable, but not the worst I've read. Most of the highlights in my Kindle were angry exclamations at the characters, rather than highlighting the 80,000,000th your/you're mix-up like it might be in another book. Alternating 3rd person POV. No cheating, no OW/OM drama (surprising with Ethan's oft-mentioned Tomcat past), and no love triangle nonsense. Just a horrible, weak, guilt-driven h acting erratically and unsympathetically. Weird minor plot points and forced major plot points. While the group of friends as a whole might be an interesting bunch, I struggled to get through Annabelle's drama and wallowing. At least they had an HEA and no cliffhanger. Would I read more in this series? I have book 1 as well (both this one and 1 have been free on Kindle). I'll give that one a chance too, and then decide if I want to write off Lake Howling. It could be just a horrible character that killed this one for me.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Marsha Keeper Bookshelf

    First reviewed at Keeper Bookshelf “Assumed” is probably one of the most misused actions a human mind can take. Annabelle assumed she knew all about what type of man Ethan was. Rich, privileged, snotty and a true player. In reality she couldn’t have been more wrong except about one thing – he was sinfully rich. But not the wealth that comes handed down, the kind that a man works for, earns for himself and enjoys because it’s his. Yes, his family has money but also a tyrant of a father who is a n First reviewed at Keeper Bookshelf “Assumed” is probably one of the most misused actions a human mind can take. Annabelle assumed she knew all about what type of man Ethan was. Rich, privileged, snotty and a true player. In reality she couldn’t have been more wrong except about one thing – he was sinfully rich. But not the wealth that comes handed down, the kind that a man works for, earns for himself and enjoys because it’s his. Yes, his family has money but also a tyrant of a father who is a nasty piece of work and Ethan got out as soon as he could. He became his own man, made his own money his way and except for the occasional necessary visits home tried his best to forget his father even existed. Annabelle’s brother is a drug addict, a gambler and an IT genius – he’s hacked into her bank accounts and wiped them clean of 25 thousand dollars. Shortly after making this discovery Ethan overhears Annabelle’s phone conversation with her brother or at least parts of it that give him the knowledge that she’s in trouble. Her snap, on the spot decision to sell her car tells Ethan just how desperate she is for cash. He offers to go sell it for her, being a guy he’ll get a better price and because she is so distracted she agrees. Another tip off since Annabelle would argue that the sky is pink if it meant getting in Ethan’s face about something. Instead of selling the car, Ethan begins to show his true colors as he brings her back his own money without telling her. Annabelle will refuse from this point onwards to even pickup a call or acknowledge a message from her brother, Cooper. A few days later, in an attempt to get back to their he flirts, she sarcastically cuts him down relationship, Annabelle discovers an invitation to his sister’s wedding and discovers that he has no intention of returning home for that event. Annabelle is at her bullying best to get answers out of Ethan as to why he won’t go home. Finally he offers to go back only if she will go with him. There in Ethan’s childhood home she will discover that money cannot buy everything and Ethan’s relationship with his family is truly terrible. It gives her a better insight into the man he’s become and the attraction that she’s been fighting against since they first met begins to soften her towards Ethan. The Texan Meets His Match is the second novel in the Lake Howling series. If you’ve read the first story, then you are aware that Ethan and Annabelle bicker constantly, flirt and bicker seems to be their relationship. Each fighting an attraction that simply won’t go away. In this story Annabelle gets a chance to see the real man that Ethan is instead of her assumptions about him. What she discovers will soften her heart a bit. But she’ll never drop the edge, it’s just who she is. There is romance, intrigue, danger and emotional confrontations in The Texan Meets His Match, as well as a lovely romance. I would not hesitate to recommend this novel to those readers that enjoy a deeper story, a small town community of secondary characters and a lively romance.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Deb Diem

    The Texan Meets His Match is a fantastic contemporary romance by Wendy Vella. Ms. Vella has provided readers with a well-written book. The characters in this story are phenomenal. Annabelle raised her brothers and they've moved on. After doing so much for them, she's heartbroken when her brother steals her savings. Ethan is ex-military and runs his own business flying helicopter tours. Annabelle and Ethan's story is loaded with drama, humor, sizzle, action and suspense. I enjoyed every page of t The Texan Meets His Match is a fantastic contemporary romance by Wendy Vella. Ms. Vella has provided readers with a well-written book. The characters in this story are phenomenal. Annabelle raised her brothers and they've moved on. After doing so much for them, she's heartbroken when her brother steals her savings. Ethan is ex-military and runs his own business flying helicopter tours. Annabelle and Ethan's story is loaded with drama, humor, sizzle, action and suspense. I enjoyed every page of this book and look forward to my next book by Wendy Vella. The Texan Meets His Match is book 2 of the Lake Howling Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Yvonne

    Wendy Vella tells another sweet Lake Howling story, this time it's the story of fiercely independant Annabelle Smith and larger than life, extremely wealthy Ethan Gelderman. The regulars make appearances throughout the story, and Macy Reynolds, who we met in the first of the series, has joined in to the group of friends. With Annabelle's support, Ethan returns to his childhood home to attend the wedding of his sister, where he confronts his overbearing, controlling father and Annabelle has a tas Wendy Vella tells another sweet Lake Howling story, this time it's the story of fiercely independant Annabelle Smith and larger than life, extremely wealthy Ethan Gelderman. The regulars make appearances throughout the story, and Macy Reynolds, who we met in the first of the series, has joined in to the group of friends. With Annabelle's support, Ethan returns to his childhood home to attend the wedding of his sister, where he confronts his overbearing, controlling father and Annabelle has a taste of the life that Ethan has separated himself from. Annabelle is not without family issues, and with Ethan's help, her brother Cooper is rescued. I love this little town of Lake Howling and it's people, and I'm looking forward to diving in to the next in the series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    This series and the characters are fantastic. I loved the first book, but this one was even better. Ethan and Annabelle are great together. These characters are fiercely independent mainly due to family histories that made them that way. They learn to trust, love and move on together and I love that in a story. I will say that I least enjoyed Cooper and the fierce defense that Annabelle had when it came to him. He didn’t deserve any of the kindness she gave him. The author did a good job of expl This series and the characters are fantastic. I loved the first book, but this one was even better. Ethan and Annabelle are great together. These characters are fiercely independent mainly due to family histories that made them that way. They learn to trust, love and move on together and I love that in a story. I will say that I least enjoyed Cooper and the fierce defense that Annabelle had when it came to him. He didn’t deserve any of the kindness she gave him. The author did a good job of explaining why she did it, but it still made me mad. Which to me is a sign of a good writer when they make you feel something...good or bad. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  7. 5 out of 5

    Angie

    Annabelle and Ethan are always throwing insults at each other until Ethan sees Annabelle not her usual self and helps her. Annabelle finds out that Ethan gave her money and now she needs to pay him back, so she makes a bargain with him. They go to his sister's wedding and their chemistry explodes and they realize that they really do care about each other. Annabelle's brother gets in big trouble and Ethan is there to help her out. Annabelle and Ethan are always throwing insults at each other until Ethan sees Annabelle not her usual self and helps her. Annabelle finds out that Ethan gave her money and now she needs to pay him back, so she makes a bargain with him. They go to his sister's wedding and their chemistry explodes and they realize that they really do care about each other. Annabelle's brother gets in big trouble and Ethan is there to help her out.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Frances Davey

    Ethan & Annabelle Great story! Annabelle tries to keep Ethan y away by insulting him, but she is attracted to him a much as she is attracted to him. A little suspense, lots of flirting! It all works out in the end!! Loved this book!! A must read romance!!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Mills

    Another good story Wendy Bella is quickly becoming a favorite author. I read all of the Raven/ Sinclair series and I am now enjoying this Lake Howling series. Two very different series types but both very enjoyable.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Marissa Chavez

    Ethan and Annabelle are made for each other. I'm so glad that she push him to work thru his issues and he did the same for her. I love seeing Buster, Jake and Branna rooting for them. It was such a great story about love and friendship. Ethan and Annabelle are made for each other. I'm so glad that she push him to work thru his issues and he did the same for her. I love seeing Buster, Jake and Branna rooting for them. It was such a great story about love and friendship.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jocelyn

    I am really loving this series!!:) Ethan & Annabelle are so sassy& sexy together!!;)

  12. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Selner

    Great read! Loved,the interaction between characters and their vulnerabilities. Loved how both main characters came from dysfunctional families but found ways to succeed.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Heather Roberts

    Sweet Romance Annabelle is a spit fire and doesn’t like to be told what to do. She doesn’t like players and that’s what she thinks Tex is.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sue J

    Dialogue Characters with depth and great stories. I love the male humorist banter of the male leads. My husband doesn’t talk so I enjoy this male dialogue.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ana C

    3 1/2..

  16. 5 out of 5

    Inishowen Cailín

    The second in the series delves into Ethan's background. He comes from a wealthy oil family with a very overbearing and nasty father. Ethan got out of his control as soon as he was old enough and used his own money to carve out his own successful business life. He has been friends with Jake since their time in Iraq. He is charming, rich and good looking but he also has the reputation of being a ladies man which rules him out of Annabelle's book straight away. Ethan doesn't let this deter him. Th The second in the series delves into Ethan's background. He comes from a wealthy oil family with a very overbearing and nasty father. Ethan got out of his control as soon as he was old enough and used his own money to carve out his own successful business life. He has been friends with Jake since their time in Iraq. He is charming, rich and good looking but he also has the reputation of being a ladies man which rules him out of Annabelle's book straight away. Ethan doesn't let this deter him. They have the same circle of friends and their paths cross a lot. Annabelle always has a quip or an insult at hand for these occasions. It is only after when Ethan helps her out of a spot of bother that she takes the time to get to know him better. There is much more to the happy Texan persona he presents than meets the eye. Annabelle has a quick temper but is articulate with it and I enjoyed reading the parts where she replied with a sarcastic comment or gave Ethan's father and brother a dressing down. The suspense in the second novel centres round Annabelle's brother who is a gambler and heroin addict. In his desperation he steals from Annabelle to pay off some of his debt with Vegas crime lords. But it isn't long before his dealings catch up with him and puts Annabelle in danger. A good, enjoyable read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Marie Mckenney

    Another awesome book about this town This town is so cute and the people in it are wonderful. Annabelle and Ethan always seem to be at odds. They keep fighting their attraction to each other. They had opposite lives growing up as far as money but both their families were rough times growing up. She goes with him to see his family for his sister's wedding. She saw the real him. He helped her with his family. They had their ups and downs and the adventures again in Lake Howling. Love this book and Another awesome book about this town This town is so cute and the people in it are wonderful. Annabelle and Ethan always seem to be at odds. They keep fighting their attraction to each other. They had opposite lives growing up as far as money but both their families were rough times growing up. She goes with him to see his family for his sister's wedding. She saw the real him. He helped her with his family. They had their ups and downs and the adventures again in Lake Howling. Love this book and can't wait for the next one.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Jones

    Gifted copy for a honest review. I really enjoyed reading The Texan Meets His Match. The story is about Ethan and Annabelle. The story and characters were great and enjoyable. I recommend this to anyone who like romance.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Quinn

    God damn it. Their story was worse than Branna and Jake. UUUGGGGGHHHH. I was so bored that I ended up skimming. So sad. Writing hasn't improved either. I was just about to be done with this series when I made the mistake of reading the excerpt of the next book. Gaawwwwd damn it. God damn it. Their story was worse than Branna and Jake. UUUGGGGGHHHH. I was so bored that I ended up skimming. So sad. Writing hasn't improved either. I was just about to be done with this series when I made the mistake of reading the excerpt of the next book. Gaawwwwd damn it.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Coco.V

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  21. 4 out of 5

    Julie Gant

  22. 5 out of 5

    Heidi Z

  23. 5 out of 5

    Karen MacIsaac

  24. 5 out of 5

    Darla Glendening

  25. 5 out of 5

    M. Figueroa

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tj

  27. 5 out of 5

    Meredith

  28. 4 out of 5

    joan vanrysselberge

  29. 4 out of 5

    Luba Stack

  30. 4 out of 5

    Rochelle Marquardt

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