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    A bit too much drama for my liking

    Having read all the books in this series, all which I have previously enjoyed, I was a little disappointed in this one. The MacKinnon family stood by their friends and were true to form, even though Jane and her brother hid their secrets. Duncan was the worst kind brother and Jane really did need a wake-up call regarding her loyalty to him. Ben is a gentle giant and wants to protect Jane, but she does make it difficult for him. Although generally well written, there was just a little too much melodrama for me in this novel. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    Secrets

    I received an arc and the opinions and views are my own. Go to 1880s Montana and meet the MacKinnon’s and their friends, they become like family who you want to visit often. This story is about Jane Keith and the reason she comes to Bear Grass Springs. Ben Metcalf comes to her rescue and marries her, now he needs to keep her safe from the Gambler. Lots of secrets and plots going on. I gave the story four stars because the author skipped a part of the story, it goes from making plans to get the gambler to sitting at a table in the saloon waiting for him. There is mention of things that happened in between but it would have been better to read it as it happens. The rest of the story is well written and easy to follow. I am enjoying the MacKinnon family and their friends story. I would recommend this book and series to all.
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