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    Good story

    Another good book to add to the series. Looking forward to the next one to see where Jesse finally ends up
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    Canadien cowboys..love it

    Eagerly waiting for final book. Their stories made me laugh cry and yes melted my panties! Keep writing these great hot family stories.
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    Love this book

    OMG I waited to read this book since the last one came out, I was not disappointed. I love how rafe and her was friends all though the school years and when she came back for college they still felt that love that once had. It was a great book and now i can't wait to read the next one.
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    Sexy friends to lovers romance!

    Rafe and Laurel have been friends since she moved with her family to Rocky Mountain House when she was in kindergarten. From their first meeting, it was clear they were kindred spirits and got into enough scrapes over their school years to cement their bond. When Laurel went off to Bible College for three years, Rafe couldn’t wait for her to return. They’d fooled around a little bit on graduation night but had an understanding that while separated, if the right person came along, they wouldn’t hold themselves back from a relationship. Laurel’s return and subsequent job at the library (and more importantly her single status) is all the impetus Rafe needs to start his slow and steady seduction to show Laurel that their friendship is ready for the next stage. But Laurel has some baggage from her years away that she isn’t sure she’s ready to share. And even though Rafe knows he wants things to proceed with Laurel, his own family upbringing makes him hesitate to promise more than just right now. Can the move from friends to lovers also mean a chance at forever? As a small town romance, it’s not surprising to see religion as part of the story, especially when the heroine is the Pastor’s daughter. It’s dealt with in a realistic way, and Laurel’s faith journey and decisions are part of what makes her the woman that she is. But make no mistake, there are enough steamy scenes between Rafe and Laurel that it won’t be mistaken for an inspirational romance. The conflict in this story comes from Laurel’s Bible college boyfriend showing up to apply for a position in Laurel’s father’s church, hoping he can rekindle their relationship. Rafe isn’t about to let some other guy come between him and Laurel, now that they finally have a chance to move their relationship forward. However some of what Jeff says to Rafe about who would be better suited as a marriage partner for Laurel hits its mark. Rafe worries about becoming a bitter old man like his father, and how that would ruin his relationship with Laurel. This is what makes him go slowly with Laurel and not push for a future commitment, preferring to take things one day at a time. This slow burn of sexual tension is deliciously crafted and it’s Laurel who finally pushes Rafe to give in to their mutual desires. Becoming lovers doesn’t change the strength of their friendship; it just adds another layer to their relationship. But soon Rafe realizes that he wants it all. As the tenth book in a series, it’s expected that there will be multiple scenes involving other characters. The author manages to do this in a subtle way, gradually showing some of the relationships Rafe has with his family in smoothly flowing scenes throughout the story There is also a handy family tree at the start of the story to see where everyone fits. Rocky Mountain Devil is a lighthearted read with its fair share of emotional moments, put together with a dash of Canadian country charm and starring a sexy couple destined to have a happy future together.
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    FANTASTIC!!!

    Absolutely fantastic! Yet another tale of the love, lust and especially friendship from the Coleman clan. Can't wait to read the final instalment in the series 'Rocky mountain home'. Thank you, thank you, thank you Vivian Arend! X
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