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  • Loved the story

    Loved this story. Jennifer Ryan is a favourite author of mine. Always a fan of books where good people concur and come out on top. Loved the story and the characters.

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  • A heartwarming scorcher.

    Ryan does it again. Dirty Little Secret steams up the bookshelf as it puts a move on even the hardest heart. Roxy and Noah are forced their painful pasts to have a chance at a happy future. She's run long enough. Now's the time to face some hard truths about herself and the people who were supposed to love her. He's the heartache she never saw coming. She's the drama he can't forget. Can a father she lost, a last name she shares and a ranch she never wanted, give her the chance at the family she never hoped to have. A heartwarming scorcher.

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  • Wild Rose 1

    This is the9th book of JENNIFER Ryan’s I have read, and they have all been great reads. I would recommend any of her books. Great author.

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  • Harlequin style

    This is a shallow Harlequin-type novel... cliché, predictable, and boring. No page-turner moments or plot twists, etc. At one point Roxy’s 40-something alcoholic, cocaine addict, prostitute mother Candy was described as “looking at least 15 years younger than her age” ???? I should have put it down at that point and not wasted any more time.

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