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  • Simple, very good and hot

    4.5 Sometimes the apparent simplicity hides a more complex narrative that only appears in twists and turns, and this is the case here. Everything seems to unfold like a simple, predictable romance, but the end is partially unexpected. I loved the excellent heroine, Ginny, mainly for her way not allow Hawk to flirt with her, but it's only an armor to protect herself from verbal aggression, mockery and harassment that she has always suffered since her childhood. So when the rich heir, Hawk, shows his interest in Ginny, she thinks that it is a bad prank and the more she rebuffs him, the more he manages to invade her space. The story is very well written, hot, with manipulations and pettiness. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book

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  • Sweet tea

    This story reads like a hot day in Texas, slow, hot, sweet. Ginny is a big girl, who has been bullied by her peers since high school. One day she helps the handsome stranger and her journey begins. Hawk McKinley can not forget the hot read head and he will search high an low to find her. Their push and pull and her sassiness makes this a fun hot read. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Chasing Her Curves

    I enjoyed this book. Hawk and Ginny really were made for each other. He knew exactly what and who he wanted and got it all in the end.

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  • Excellent

    When Ginny came to Hawk's assistance he was captivated and impress with her sass and skills. Not only ha she fixed his car, she captured his heart as well. All Ginny's life she had been picked on for being a big girl which hardened her heart. Can Hawk soften those walls and get her to see that he wants her forever or will all the drama created by his father and some of the towns people bring and end to what could have been a happily ever after. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • chasing her curves

    This is the first book I have read by this author and I really enjoyed it. What seems like a back water town in the middle of Texas, where a curvy girl is hiding from her troubled youth, shows a new York CEO oil magnet how things are run. Hawk wanted funny but with the cruelty from her high school peers set her back when it came to trust. It was a really good story line and we'll worth the read.

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