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    I really enjoyed this one although I have to say that I have no idea how they came up with this title. Neither the title nor the cover fit the story at all. Yet the story is a good one with some pretty terrific characters. Melody Shaw is a woman who has lost everything in her life and is starting over as part of witness protection in a small Montana town. Justin McQueen is working hard to keep his family business running. He recruits Melody to help come up with new ideas to bring more guests to the inn and get the bookings up. They work very well together and both fight hard to ignore the attraction between them. He is her boss after all. Some things can't be denied though and they soon find themselves involved in a way that could put Melody in danger. How will Justin feel when he finds out exactly who Melody really is. I highly recommend this one.
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    No plot to speak of, fade to black

    Melody Shaw was the head of an Atlanta pharmaceutical company until her step-mother and step-sister killed her father and tried to kill her in order to take control of the company. After testifying against her step-mother Melody has gone into witness protection, reported dead, working in housekeeping for a Montana resort. When one of the family who own the resort asks for Melody's views on potential new activities at the resort it sets in train a series of events which lead Melody to engineer a Christmas event and draw the attention of Justin McQueen, eldest son of the family that owns and runs the resort. I didn't like this book, there was nothing wrong with the writing but everything of any interest happens off stage. All of the attempted/ actual murder and trial etc takes place before the novel starts. In at least 80% (I have a Kindle so I am being specific) of the book pretty much nothing happens. Melody has an idea for an event, based on watching every Hallmark Christmas movie ever made, Justin loves it, they like each other but are too nervous to do anything about it. Literally at 85% the story actually hits a plot but it is all over by 89% of the book. Overall this is a clean romance (definitely fade to black and only at the very end of the book). It is extremely slow burn and Melody is the sort of Disney princess that normal women love to hate. She's a former billionaire, loves children, old people and animals, doesn't drink, swear or do drugs and spends all her time worrying about others. Justin is neither a cowboy nor a prince - I really don't get the title. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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