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    Funny,sexy and romantic read

    I have read a number of Erin’s book and enjoyed them all. The author’s writing style flowed smoothly from the first page to the last and her characters had depth and are multi-dimensional. This was a modern western romance that was very well written and easily read in one afternoon. It was a full novel that held my interest and was fast paced. The plot was romantic, funny, sexy and had a few twists and surprises at the end. Stetson and Jennifer are a perfect couple. I do not like giving away specific spoilers but I will say it centered on the attraction between these two people who come from opposite backgrounds and also included some family drama and sexual tension from first meeting. The book was an enjoyable read. If you are looking for a light easy romance I would highly recommend this book.
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    A Great Rewrite

    This book is a rewrite of Erin Wright's original Accounting For Love. I love her books and her writing skills have grown since she wrote the original version if this book. Doing this rewrite was a great opportunity to make Accounting For Love even better. Stetson is raises cattle and is a row crop farmer. He also has a big chip on his shoulders. Stetson inherited the farm when his father died. Stetson is the youngest of threee sons. Typically, the farm would pass to the oldest son, hus brother Wyatt. When Stetson inherited the farm, his brother was not happy about it. Wyatt always held a grudge against Stetson, even though his father signed for the financing on Wyatt's farm, enabling him to have his own farm, long before his father passed. Stetson was an oops baby, coming along years after Wyatt and their other brother, Declan. Stetson and his dad were very close. Needless to say, Wyatt was a little jealous. Fast forward to a year or so after his father passed. Stetson is struggling. He has missed the yearly payment on the farm's operating loan. The bank is threatening forclosure and has reason to want to forclose over Stetson making the payment. Unfortunately for the bank, the loan calls for an audit of the farm to see if forclosure is really necessary. That's where Jennifer comes in. She is an accountant, tasked with going through the farm's books. When she arrives, Stetson is not happy that she is there and doesn't hesitate to let Jennifer know it. There is a lot of tension there, buffeted by Stetson's wonderful housekeeper, Carmelita. As the story plays out, we learn a lot about both Stetson's and Jennifer's past. We see the relationship grow. It becomes a race against time for Jennifer to finish the audit and find a way to save the ranch that has been in Stetson's family for over 100 years. Will the ranch be saved? Will Stetson and Jennifer have a happily ever after? Can Carmelita be an even more awesome character? I received a copy of this rewritten book and I am providing this review by my choice. I also purchased this book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    A sweet sexy tale with so much heart

    Accounting for Love is a sweet attraction at first sight story. But the stereotype of a bank auditor being a bad guy to a farmer causes said farmer Stetson to fight the attraction. I liked these characters, Jennifer is truly a good honest person. Stetson may not be good with figures but is a really hardworking dedicated farmer. Their tale is touching, sometimes funny, and sexy hot.
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    UPs and Downs!

    Accounting For Love: was fantastic! Loved all the characters and the challenges they went through. Fell in love with the housekeeper. I loved how she would put Stetson in his place when he did treat Jennifer right. I loved how he cared so much for the ranch that he grew up on and was disappointed in himself. Erin Wright did a wonderful job of writing this story. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Love with a dose of humour

    A delightful story, Accounting for Love draws the reader into the life and emotions of Stetson and Jennifer from the opening page. This is a revised edition of the book, and although it is more cohesive and believable, none of the electricity between the characters is lost, neither has the humour diminished one bit. One experiences Stetson's deep frustration and his feelings of lack of worth, as well as Jennifer's nervousness at being in a hostile situation whilst trying to please everyone. There are laugh aloud moments and some situations generate anger at the unfairness of the accusations being leveled. I especially laughed at the closing paragraphs and thoroughly enjoyed Stetson's boyishness. The story would have been incomplete without Carmelita, who played an integral role. The story is really well written and kept my interest from beginning to end. I received a copy of this book as a gift, and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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