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  • Micah gets answers and romance!

    Three and a half I've previously read a book by this author that was a really good read so when I spotted this book I didn't hesitate. Now I didn't realise it was part of a series but it actually worked quite well as a standalone as I easily understood what was happening. Perhaps it would have been more of an anticipated read if I'd read the previous books but it certainly didn't take anything away for me. Ok this book features Miah who is kind of in a slump and really just going through the motions. The murder of his father prays heavily in him and Miah blames himself. From the first page which was startling to read ( not to mention attention grabbing! ) the author does a good job of showing just how disconnected Miah is. He wants so much to have the answers he needs but everyone pussyfoots around him well all except for one person that is. The person in question is Deputy Nicki who like Miah has gone through personal tragedy and they somehow connect without any of the usual flim flam that could get in the way. Their friendship leads to so much more but with secrets being revealed about just who killed his father and why Miah starts to take matters into his own hands but as a Deputy it's something that Nicki can't condone. So we have a hero who is part Native American paired up with a heroine who is Black and I liked that Miah tried hard to express that he understood how it feels to be different. Nicki is a single parent and personally I would have liked to see more of how that could play out in their burgeoning relationship, there's a little here but yeah I wanted more. The book I'd previously read by this author was dramatic and hot and unfortunately this didn't quite have the same pull for me. I enjoyed the combination of romance and mystery but found Miah's phobia concerning being indoors to be odd and just didn't quite understand it. Yet clearly Nicki has magic lady parts that help Miah overcome his phobia ! I actually did like the couple and admired Nicki for being brave enough to take a chance and uproot herself and family knowing she would perhaps be the only person of colour around . Plus it was easy to see that Miah whilst behaving initially quite shamefully was deep down something of a gentleman who seems to have missed out on the normal family life that he craves. Yes this couple deserve their happy ending and I liked the supporting characters that helped to flesh out the story. A cowboy story that entertained me and definitely not a motorcycle club type read which could be inferred by the cover. I voluntarily read this book from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

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  • Ride it Out

    RIDE IT OUT is a solid read with a slow-burning romance that balanced well with the mystery and suspense of the storyline. Nicki is a tough single mom, takes pride in her job and cusses like a sailor. I adored her. Jeremiah, or Miah as he’s often referred to, is a steady hero, hard-working, prideful and equally strong. He pairs beautifully with Nicki. I really enjoyed the story. ***I voluntarily read a copy of the book gifted through Net Galley in exchange for an honest review***

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