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  • Adam will protect them at all costs.

    I have really enjoyed this series and will be sorry to see it end. Adam and Karen would be really good together if Adam would just show some interest. Adam is so good with kids and Karen isn't sure if he just doesn't want a ready made family or if he just isn't interested. Adam was jilted and hasn't trusted women since. Just when Karen thinks they are moving forward, Adam does something that sets their relationship back. When danger comes to her door, Adam is there and ready to protect his new family at all costs.

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  • Succumbing to attraction

    From the very first book in the Brides of Seattle series, we have read about Karen Martell and the integral part she has played in the lives of the brides and their new husbands. Having studied at medical school, Karen had to abandon her studies when she married her late husband, but that does not stop her from treating patients and in particular carrying out her duties as a midwife. From their initial meeting, Adam Talbot and Karen were attracted to one another, but Adam carries a load of baggage with him from a previous betrayal. Observing his brothers finding happiness, Adam eventually succumbs to Karen's beautiful spirit and decides to pursue her. However, an old patient finds her way to Karen's door bent on revenge for a perceived loss, and Adam has his hands full trying to protect Karen and her children. The story is well written with some suspense. Although this book is part of a series, it is nevertheless a standalone and comes to a happy, although somewhat disruptive ending. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • Mail order Melody

    this book was so very predictable not much of a story line which was rushed through .Romance scenes would have livened it up but very weak. not one of her best have read more from this author .

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  • Terrific Story

    This is a nice light romance, telling of life and the lives of some who settled in Seattle, WA during it’s beginnings. It reminded me of my own parents doing the same on Vancouver Island. My father was a logger, and many of my parents friends came to the Camp together, at the same time, to live in small company houses, and work for the one Company to help log the land. The need to support each other through life’s challenges is very great in a logging camp, and the community life is very close; just like this story. Lovely.

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