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    Really fantastic!

    I received a copy in exchange for an honest review. I completely fell in love with Pike by the end of chapter 2. Absolutely loved this book! Great plot and romance. Very loveable characters. A bit of steaminess, All-around, an extremely enjoyable read! Highly recommend.
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    My new favourite!

    I stalk, I pace, I wait. And then I am able to revisit Lonesome Point, Texas! I love this series created by Jessie Evans with a small town full of strong, handsome cowboys and quirky characters. People with hopes and dreams, with quirks and edges but at the heart of it always - love. And this addition to the series did not disappoint! Tulsi is raising Clementine alone, hiding the fact that her best friend's brother was her daughter's father. How this came to be is revealed through both Pike and Tulsi's point of view. They love each other - there really is no one else for either of them - but life is rarely that simple or straightforward. Pike is a talented baseball player who left his hometown years ago, who returned to celebrate his sister's wedding. Not realizing the secret she kept, he realized he never stopped loving Tulsi and was determined to have the life with her he had always dreamed of. Juggling problems with careers and family, their love may not be enough to overcome long-held secrets. An emotional climax brings it all to a head - would they get their happily ever after? All I could have hoped for and more! Now back to stalking - Reece's story is next!
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    Loved it

    Jessie Evans has given us another incredible book set in the wonderful small town of Lonesome Point, TX. Reece Hearst never thought she'd return to this town much less meet the incredibly handsome Grayson Parker. The events of her youth may be to hard to handle but for Grayson she is willing to try. This is book four in the series but it can easily be read standalone. You definitely want to grab this one, I highly recommend it.
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    Great read!

    The men of Lonesome Point, Texas just keep getting better and better. Tulsi and Pike's story was absolutely fantastic. I cheered, i cringed, i laughed and i bawled (thanks for that :P ) Tulsi and Pike had a short whorl wind love affair when they were young that ended bad with a lot of Young adult misunderstandings and one BIG secret. while reading the book you can feel the train wreck that is going to out the secret, but it is a tear inducing surprise on how it comes out. Thanks for another great read Jessie. I'm impatiently awaiting Reece's story
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    Amazing series!

    I love the Lonesome Point Texas series and loved Leather and Lace and Saddles and Sin, but I do believe that Diamonds and Dust is my favorite so far. Jessie just keeps writing better and better books. She is extremely talented and has the ability to use the written word to evoke such deep emotions that it's almost painful sometimes. Tulsi has been in love with her best friend's brother, Pike, since she was a little girl. At 18, an opportunity presents itself in the form of Pike driving by her on the side of the road. She just can't keep her feelings to herself anymore, so she confesses to still having a crush on him and dares him to make a decision and kiss her or leave. He admits to having the same feelings for her and they spend a few months in each other's arms. Eventually it ends in heartbreak for them both and they don't see or hear from each other for 7 years. Once they come face to face again, there is anger, hurt and heat. Pike is still sexy and gorgeous and Tulsi can't stop thinking about him. Pike decides he still loves her and he wants her and he'll do whatever it takes to get her back. Can he convince her that their love is stronger than the past? Will she be able to tell him her secrets and believe that he will still love her? I laughed and cried and finished it in only a few hours! Diamonds and Dust is one of my favorite second chance romance stories and I'm a sucker for second chance love! "And maybe I'm not as sweet as everybody thinks I am." "Is that right?" he asked. "That's right. So as far as I'm concerned, you have two options." He nodded slowly, holding her gaze with an intensity that made her shiver, "I'm listening." "Either get out of my way and let me forget you, or shut up and kiss me." "I want to taste you so bad it's killing me. I want to see if you still taste like springtime." he said. "And I think the country songs are wrong. You don’t fall in love; you choose it." "I'm not going to eat supper with my family without underpants on, Pike Sherman. I have a wild streak, not a perverted one. And one for Clementine who's 6. "I promise to be good everyone will think I'm an angel come down from heaven." Clem said. "And it's church camp , so no taking the name of the Lord in vain, and no 'flipping'," Tulsi added with a hard look. "Everyone will know what you're meaning to say and they will be shocked."
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