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    A Touch of Flame

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! 4.5 Stars The title of this book is the perfect description of Ridley and Ben’s romance. It isn’t a fast-paced, heat scorching tale, but rather one that shows how the strongest bonds of friendship can evolve in to a beautiful, heart-felt love. Like I said, this book is by no means fast-paced, but it draws you in from the get go and keeps you hooked until the very end. Ben, the town’s very easy-going sheriff, takes it upon himself to convince the townspeople that their new doctor, Ridley, is more than capable of caring for them, even though she is a woman. In the process, Ben becomes enamored and charmed by Ridley, and doesn’t realize just how far in he is until Ridley is threatened by one of the residents in town. Let me tell you, the sexual tension/chemistry between Ben and Ridley is intense. You know from the moment they meet one another that regardless of how their relationship is labeled (friends, lovers, etc.), they will eventually give in to their feelings. What I loved about Ms. Goodman’s story-telling, is that before these two ever became romantically involved with one another, their attraction was so extreme, that they gave in to temptation first. While that is extremely forward thinking for the time period the story is set, it seems far more natural and helped ease these two in to what would become a beautiful romance. I loved the historical setting of the book. I loved the characters – especially Ridley. She is hard-headed, stubborn, and extremely passionate about her patients. I loved Ben’s laid back humor, and I loved the darker sub-plot of the rarely spoken about domestic violence. It brought to the forefront an issue that you wouldn’t expect to see in a romance novel and did so with great care and grace. Bravo, Ms. Goodman. This book was extremely worth reading. I very much enjoyed it, and can’t wait to visit the Cowboys of Colorado again soon! ***I voluntarily read a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and feelings are my own***

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