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  • loving this series

    Sunshine is a journalist that is not afraid to go after a story, she doesn't give up and if she has you in her sites you might as well admit defeat. Her latest story literally kills her but a vampire will not let her die and her life is forever changed. David agreed to help hide a friend of his Grandad's, when she shows up hurt his beast recognizes her as his mate and things get interesting. I love getting to know new characters in a series, Ms. Barton always throws in some interesting addition's that keep things lively. Vampires, shifters, Fairies, determined bad guys and secrets from the past keep the storyline flowing and the reader on the edge of their seat. Interesting twists, friendships, love and acceptance add depth to the plot creating another pleasurable read for a quiet afternoon. As always when I get the end, I am always eager to jump into the next story and hate that I have to wait. (pout) I volunteered to read this story for my honest opinion

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  • David & Sunny

    Sunny is an investigative reporter who has reported a story that put her on the list of Alfred James. When she's shot and killed, a message from Alfred James, she's saved but has no idea who she is. All she knows is the guy who saved her is sending her to the Whitfield ranch to hide her and allow her to practice her new ability. "Very strong as well as mouthy. Much like you." Sunny smiled. "I don't know if you realize this, but that wasn't a compliment." David thought he was just doing a favor for his grandfather. Allowing the "damsel" as his grandfather called her to stay in his home was no hardship. But when she arrives he realizes she's his mate, a very injured mate. But for Sunny and David continue on with their lives and mating she must confront her brother and sister who are constantly mooching off of Sunny. They also discover there is more to Sunny's murder attempt than she even realized. "You are a wonderful person, Dylan, but your habit of killing first then not having anyone to question later is a bit taxing on friendships."

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  • David

    In this second book of "The Whitfield Rancher" series, we get to meet Tanner, a very old vampire, who has saved the life of, Sunshine, aka Sunny, a very talented and thorough journalist after she'd been shot. He needed her to see. The man she was investigating had Fredrick, Tanner's mate and he was somehow blocked from being able to find him himself. Being as Tanner and Ollie, the Whitfield grandfather, were old friends Ollie was asked to protect Sunny until other arrangements could be made and Ollie agreed. As Fate and Kathi S. Barton would have it, Sunny was David's, fated mate. This was a drama-filled storyline with all the angst, emotion, twists, and turns we've come to expect along with the humor in these characters' personalities. Oh, and don't let me forget Flora, Tanner's Fae and long time friend. I can't wait to see what this author has in store for Joshua.

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