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    Fantastic

    This is the first in a new series from this author and what a great start it is!! We are introduced to Thistle Bend, Colorado. A quaint small town filled with all the quirky characters you would expect to find, a couple of century long feuding families, and a town newcomer that is inevitably thrown in the middle. In this case Lindsey Simms is the newcomer and setting up the towns new museum is her job. Since the history of this town includes the land deal turn feud she has to get this part right! No one knows that she's actually distantly related to one of the families. Carden Crenshaw is one of the towns favorite sons and definitely on the other side of the feud lines. Their attraction could lead to nothing but trouble but sometimes you just have to follow the facts and your heart! This one is very well written, has great characters, and really starts the series out with a winner. I highly recommend it.
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    Cute, Small town romance

    This was a cute romance, and I loved the small town aspect, and the addition of the mystery of the feud between 2 prominent families was interesting. The interaction between Lindsay and Carden was fun and sweet, and they had some good romance scenes; just enough spice for this type of story. Lindsay moves to Thistle Bend for a job opportunity after a heartbreak and the loss of her job, so she's a bit down on the idea of men, but Carden; who also has had a bit of heartbreak in his life, is making it hard for her to resist getting involved. Both aren't completely honest with each other, so therein lies the problem of this story. Lindsay and Carden have an instant connection, and the growth of their relationship was a joy to read; they were adorable together, and I liked that their relationship was more than just sex; they did other activities, they had fun outside of the bedroom. I enjoyed the side characters; one of the things I love about small town books is that there are usually some interesting towns folk, and this book had some good side characters. The ending was a bit weird, and I would have liked a bit more out it, but I still really enjoyed the book, and I look forward to reading more books set in Thistle Bend.
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    Loved it!!!

    A wonderful start to a new series written by Tracy March. It is set in the small town of Thistle Bend Colorado, no crime but there is a feud that has been going on for years between the Karlssons and the Crenshaws. Lindsey is the new museum curator and related to the Karlssons. No one in the town knows her secret, she meets Carden, the most eligible of Colorado, whom is related to the Crenshaw family. There is a mutual attraction between Lindsey and Carden, both with secrets that could damper their relationship or will they follow their hearts. Loved the quaint small town feeling. The descriptive writing, you feel like you are right there. The quirky town people will leave you smiling. An added plus of baseball, made this reader girl smiling. I can't wait for the next book in this series. I highly recommend this book.
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    Love Small town books!!!

    Should've Said No by Tracy March, is a great book. I absolutely loved this story, it had so much going on I was glued to it. Tracy created a great small town with awesome fun characters we get to meet. The two main characters Lindsey and Carden, what great chemistry they have. This book is a must read, Tracy knows how to get you hooked on this series. I was given an ARC of this book by publisher via NetGalley, for my honest review.
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    Family secrets and an unexpected romance

    SHOULD'VE SAID NO is a cute, sweet and fun series beginner about family, love, secrets and a feud spanning several generations, very much in the vein of the Hatfields and the McCoys, only without the bloodshed. From the first page, it's very clear the direction of the story but the journey to the happy ending for Lindsey and Carden is so much fun that it's easy to hang on for the ride with them. I really enjoyed this story but my favorite thing about it has got to be the location. The breathtaking views and lush vegetation described here almost make me want to move to Thistle Bend. Curator Lindsey Simms is determined to make the best of the opportunity she has to work on the Thistle Bend museum and plans to leverage that opportunity into a job in a big city. Unfortunately, the job comes with some conditions. She cannot disclose to anyone that she is connected to one of the feuding families and is expected to use her position to suss out the real story behind the feud, while painting her family in a favorable light,of course. Well, no big deal because she doesn't plan to hang around for long, but she does not expect to be bowled over by Carden Crenshaw, the most eligible bachelor in Colorado and a descendant of the other side of the feud. Now Lindsey is caught between her obligation to her family and her feelings for Carden. Carden Crenshaw has had his share of romantic entanglements but after experiencing a crushing betrayal, all he has to offer any woman is a good time. With Lindsey however, he can't seem to keep is his heart locked up as usual, which complicates things in a big way because the reason behind his involvement with her is to sway her opinion in favor of his family. As you can imagine, their feelings for each other take precedence over the family drama and they fall headlong into a relationship, in spite of their resolve to avoid one. Ms. March did a great job with this story. She took two almost to good to be true characters and a predictable story line and added a sizzling attraction, deeply rooted family history, a decades-long feud as well as quirky, eccentric and unforgettable characters and turned it into a very engaging story that is sure to have readers coming back for more in the series. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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