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Review: Holding Out for a Hero by Ana Leigh (2009)

The Frasers, Book 5

Heat Factor: Lots of sex off stage, plus a few mildly detailed scenes that we get to see.

Character Chemistry: The first time they meet, he gets a boner and she is rude for no reason.

Plot: A lot, but none of it seems to matter.

Overall: Meh.

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Review: One Pink Rose by Julie Garwood (1997)

The Clayborne Brides, Book 1

Heat Factor: Candlelight

Character Chemistry: Yowza

Plot: Heroine needs someone to guide her to her new husband. Hero does the job. Love ensues.

Overall: Way more fun that I remembered

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Review: A Sensible Arrangement by Tracie Peterson (2014)

Lone Star Brides, Book 1

Heat Factor: Chaste

Character Chemistry: They say that they have fallen in love, but I’m not sure when that happened because they have very few interactions, even though they’re already married.

Plot: It did not go where I expected it to

Overall: Interesting read, but not a satisfying romance novel.

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Review: Operation Cowboy Daddy by Carla Cassidy (2016)

Cowboys of Holiday Ranch, Book 5

Heat Factor: Simmering

Character Chemistry: They both feel unlovable, and therefore shut each other out – doesn’t make for awesome chemistry

Plot: Not annoying

Overall: I liked it better than I expected to

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Review: Texas Glory by Lorraine Heath (1998)

Texas Trilogy, Book 2

Heat Factor: Sexy, but not too explicit

Character Chemistry: OMG, have a conversation already

Plot Development: Hinges on the birth of a son

Overall: So sappy. Useful for when you want a nice, cathartic, sob-fest.

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