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  • Another Long, Tall, Texan falls

    Clancey was refreshing as a Palmer heroine. She had faced hard times, yes. She had a health issue, yes. She was terrified of men, double yes. She was naïve in a way that made absolutely no sense, but of course. But she didn’t shy away from her life. She didn’t bemoan her situation; she took action to look after herself. She had a sense of humour that was applicable to her surroundings. She didn’t hold out foolish hope that someone would fix things for her. Banks also was a refreshing Palmer hero. He didn’t pick on, belittle, abuse, or bully Clancey. They were co-workers, and he enjoyed her company at work, but didn’t really pay attention to her otherwise. Until he did, and then he started to take notice of all sorts of things. He supported her, comforted her, and he got to know her. And he liked her, was attracted to her, and the more he got to know her, naturally, organically, he fell in love with her Of course, there is a bad guy, and things come to a head. But even with that, the suspense and story on the mystery, was fresh and not worn out and re-played. This was a very good, very nice, romantic suspense, with hints of enemies to lovers, and a well-paced slow burn to the HEA!

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  • Another long tall Texan!

    Ms. Palmer has penned another wonderful story to further her Long, Tall Texan series. This one involves a Texas Ranger and his assistant who drives him crazy. Added to this mix are a vengeful step-brother, a missionary, and some of the great characters from earlier books in this series. Ms. Palmer always crafts a heartwarming story, with small town values peopled by believable three dimensional characters and enough tension to keep one turning pages long past bedtime. I love her books and this one is no exception.

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