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  • The cop and the socialite

    An entertaining and enjoyable romance, this novel is somewhat suspenseful as Victoria Vaught flees from her own wedding upon discovering an unsavory truth about her fiancé. Jumping into his Jag, she takes off, still dressed in her wedding gown and veil, only to break down a short while later on a country road. Taking the long route to his new destination, Officer Shade Gruber is enjoying the ride when he comes upon an abandoned Jag and then a bride limping down the road. Descriptive passages in this novel had me laughing out loud as Shade and Vivi embark on an adventure, especially as Shade immediately connects the dots to the missing socialite. Although a fairly lighthearted novel, there is a good plot and all the ends come together as the story gathers momentum. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • A fun getaway with a runaway bride

    Four and a half stars. Cadillac Cowboy by Cynthia D'Alba is third in the Diamond Lakes, Texas, series and is a sweet read with a little bit of punch! Shade Gruber is a newly minted Texas police officer driving to his new home in Big Branch while leaving the streets of Chicago behind. He feels duty bound to rescue a bedraggled runaway bride stranded on the side of the road. He recognizes her as Victoria Vaught, a high society princess of sorts, and SO not his speed. He's determined to return her to her world while she's equally if not more determined to escape its confines and to breathe and think and live for herself for even a short time. Cynthia D'Alba's story is a highly entertaining, page-turning read, and her characters and dialogue shine. Looking forward to more of her writing!

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