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    Another book I enjoyed

    I've read every book Susan Andersen has written and with her extensive backlist there have only been two I haven't been able to finish. Ive enjoyed every other book to one extent or another. And that is quite an impressive record. This one is in the higher grade range. This is the second book of a new series; strangely enough the first book was one of the two I couldn't finish. But this one was ever so much better. Harper, the heroine was a delightful character, warm, fun, self assured and a perfect fit for the hero, Max Bradshaw. Max is the strong silent type who doesn't know how to talk to the confident Harper. He is sure that she is too good for him even though he's come from rather a sad childhood and become a sheriff of the small town he grew up in. But unbeknownst to him, Harper fancies Max just as much as Max fancies Harper. I liked that she was the one doing most of the perusing rather than the other way around because of the insecurities Max deals with. And the love scenes didn't occurr until the second half of the book. I liked that they took time to get to know each other a bit better before hand. The hero and heroine of her previous book, That Thing Called Love, play quite a large roll in this one, Jake is Max's brother and Jenny, the hotel owner Harper works for. And it looks like a couple of other secondary characters will be in their own story. So I'm happy that once again I quite enjoyed reading a Susan Andersen book.
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    Super hot read!

    Max & Harper have the most chemistry I have ever read between to people. Max is a bad boy turned good along with having a real bad childhood . everything h has over come just makes the book!
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