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    The Doctor's Fake Fiancee

    Grace and her son were saved from an accident by Evan, after he was also injured by saving them he has to make a change in his life by returning back home to work. As luck or fate would have it Grace finally tracks him down after a year of looking and he offers her a job with a twist but will it work in their favour
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    A Tall Pines Series

    This installment is the story of Gage Mackenzie and Meredith Anderson. We met them in Book 1 of Tall Pines Ranch Series with Cole and Melody’s story of “The Rancher’s Second Chance”. Meredith is Melody’s sister and Gage is the Ranch Manager for Tall Pines, and Cole Forrester’s (Melody’s husband) best friend. Summary: We find out that it has been 1 year since Meredith moved in with Melody and her new husband Cole, right after Melody and Cole's wedding. Even though Meredith grew up with money, she lived in an unhappy, manipulative and abusive home, as did Melody but she got out years ago. In the past year, Meredith has become a much more confident and independent woman and is now partners in her sister’s wedding planning business. She promised herself that she would never fall in love, ever! Gage is very handsome and can have any women he desires and does, until 1 year ago, when Meredith “fell” into his life. Gage, however, said that he would never fall in love because of his child-hood life and the terrible things that happened to him. Both have been attracted to each other over the past year since Meredith literally fell into Gage’s arms (book 1) but neither has acted on it, nor have either forgotten about it. Gage & Meredith each have a secret that they are not going to share with anyone. Gage is ashamed and does not want even Cole to know his past, including his childhood home situation and that he met his very rich biological father when he was 15 and did not feel that the man wanted him, so he exploded on him. These two issues brought him to the Pine Tree Ranch when Cole's Father took Gage in as his own and taught him everything as well as made him go to school and finish. Meredith’s home life was different in that she had anything material that she wanted, but her father and fiancé told her what she could and could not do and her mother manipulated her and used quilt as a weapon. But, Meredith’s secret is more personal to her regarding a baby. The Ranch hands go out to a local bar on Friday & Saturday nights. Meredith has decided that she has lived isolated long enough and is going to pick up someone at the bar with no-strings-attached. Gage not knowing Meredith’s objectives goes to make sure that Meredith is not taken advantage of or at least he keeps telling himself that. It turns out that in the end, she propositions Gage instead of someone else at the bar. While he is shocked, he cannot resist her any longer, even though he is leaving the Ranch soon because he is purchasing his own ranch 300 miles away. Gage and Meredith both agree that it is a one night stand and that neither of them want anything more. With a lot of wonderful dialog and love scenes their feelings for each other only intensify. One night, while Meredith was fixing a cake for gage (and oh by the way, she can’t cook), Meredith’s Ex-fiancé comes in order to black-mail Meredith by threatening the Pine Tree Ranch if she does not come back to him and her father. Meredith believes she has no choice and decides she must go with him and tells Gage and her sister that she is the one that wants to go and had called her ex. As Meredith leaves while her sister, brother-in-law and Gage look on, Gage is so deeply hurt and believes that just as he always thought he is not good enough for Meredith and that everything that Meredith said was a lie after she saw where Gage lived as a child. Issues: I have enjoyed all of Ms. James’s books. I am an avid reader and love a great Romance book. I typically only purchase Romance books that have more Passion and Sizzling love scenes (not Exotic), but the authors writing is so good that I forego the more detailed romance scenes and have read everything that she has written. Yes, I believe that her books are that good. Conclusion: You must read this book and find out if Meredith finds a way out of her situation with her father and ex. And, find out if Cole can protect Meredith because now he knows he loves her and cannot live without her. I like Ms. James books because she is a great story teller and her characters all have a lot of depth as do the supporting cast. This installment can be read alone but, I do believe that it enhances your experience if you also read the first book, “The Rancher’s Second Chance”. Don't miss this installment, "Rescued by the Rancher" at "Tall Pines Ranch". You will also love the "Red River" series too. I RECEIVED A FREE ADVANCED COPY OF THIS BOOK FOR AN HONEST REVIEW
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    Good except for one big thing

    The story is good, and characters are mostly well thought out, but one aspect kept me from getting into the story completely. Christopher, the little boy. Im pretty sure he is supposed to be a preschooler, but the way he is portrayed, even the lines he has, they are so unrealistic that throughout the whole story Christopher, and even the other little girl Ella, you cant get into the characters. Really disappointinge
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    Evan manning

    Good read. But was dragged a bit. And chris talks too well for a 4 yr kid. But luved the humor n idea of the story
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