[RaeAnne Thayne] Dancing In The Moonlight Cowboys of Cold Creek #2 [american novels Book] PDF – Epub, Kindle eBook and eBook Online

Summary Dancing In The Moonlight Cowboys of Cold Creek #2

Wanted was to be alone infuriatingly handsome Dr Jake Dalton of the enemy Daltons wouldn't cooperate And sh What I liked the theme of a female soldier injured in Afghanistan is very contemporary add the love of the fellow who became a doctor but always loved her from afar well they were neighbours growing up so not so far He never did anything about it because she had a long standing animosity for his family which indiscriminately included himNow here is what I didn t like the fact that the heroine held onto this dislike bordering on hatred for years without ever uestioning the facts she based her ire on She knew her mother did not share her feeling but apparently never explored why At every turn she shallowly judged the hero s actions with this old old history and it got to be trite very uickly The heroine in spite of a sympathetic conditions war injury just irritated me with all her carpy and unjustified criticism of the hero The last chapter had a lot of issues to resolve ther

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Dancing In The Moonlight Cowboys of Cold Creek #2

Lieutenant Magdalena Cruz had come home but it wasn't the way she'd envisioned her return And though all she I really really liked this romance Magdalena Cruz is a gutsy heroine returned from war in Afghanistan with an amputated leg and an attitude Jake Dalton is a small town country doctor who grew up in the town and is now looking after the townspeople He had a thing for Magdalena Cruz growing up but she wouldn t give him the time of day Not only that but she blamed his family for her father s deathThe characters are believable and three dimensional Magadalena or Maggie is trying to get over her past and move on with her life She doesn t believe anyone could love her with a stump for a leg while Jake sees beyond that and loves her for everything she is She d have nothing to do with him but she ends up being forced to work with him in his clinic as a translater for the Mexican patients As the story develops she s forced to realize mistakes were made on both sides and it was her f

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E needed him to because the walls around her heart were dangerously close to crumbling every time he came ne I ve never read a book uite like this one before and I was very touched by the pain love and growth that both Jake Dalton and Magdalena Maggie Cruz went through For 5 months First Lieutenant Maggie Cruz has been in the best Army hospital under going rehabilitation for her prosthetic leg she lost during an explosion Now she s attempting to surprise her mom by coming home but her plan was side swept when her tire blew out Which is where Jake Dalton comes into the picture On the way home from a long day at the office being the only doctor in the area is a busy job he finds her car pulled over He doesn t at first recognize the woman in need as Maggie once he does he s knows in for a fight in order to help her True to his thoughts she fights tooth and nail before finally allowing him to change her tire Back on her way he follows her home There her mother breaks into tears at see


10 thoughts on “Dancing In The Moonlight Cowboys of Cold Creek #2

  1. says:

    I read about 50 pages in before declaring it a non starter The amputee heroine fighting bitterness and grief less than six months removed from her injury I was cool with The doctor hero bossing her around like he knew what was best for her and the narrative treating this as if he had the right of it set off my Get Fucked meterJust can't be bothered to read yet another angsty cripple shown the light by able bodied caregiver romance Boring

  2. says:

    I really really liked this romance Magdalena Cruz is a gutsy heroine returned from war in Afghanistan with an amputated leg and an attitude Jake Dalton is a small town country doctor who grew up in the town and is now looking after the townspeople He had a thing for Magdalena Cruz growing up but she wouldn't give him the time of day Not only that but she blamed his family for her father's deathThe characters are belie

  3. says:

    My research into What's New and Hot in Category Romance continues This is Book #4 and this is what I'm talkin' about This is

  4. says:

    More realism and less drama than I usually go for in category romance but I liked it for being a little different featuring a heroine who is a wounded handicapped and traumatized soldier Magdelana Cruz returns home after losing part

  5. says:

    What I liked the theme of a female soldier injured in Afghanistan is very contemporary add the love of the fellow who became a doctor

  6. says:

    I did not like this book at all This book is by far my worst harleuin read It was a fast read but the characters

  7. says:

    I've never read a book uite like this one before and I was very touched by the pain love and growth that both Jake Dalton and Magdalena Maggie Cruz went through For 5 months First Lieutenant Maggie Cruz has been in the best Army hospital under going rehabilitation for her prosthetic leg she lost during an explosion Now she's attempting to surprise her mom by coming home but her plan was side swept when her tire blew out Which is where Jake

  8. says:

    Disclaimer Snark gifs bad languageI don't think contemporary romances are for me I was annoyed by the hero He was patronizing To the point whe

  9. says:

    This isn't a great book but it isn't an awful book either Let me start by listing what I liked about the book Magdalena Cruz the heroine is a former army nurse who lost part of a leg in Afghanistan I liked the concept of a strong female character and I liked the fact that she isn't magically healed She struggles with her amputation both emotionally and physically Jake Dalton the hero Oh how I loved him He's

  10. says:

    Sweet I read this a few years ago and thought it was good I re read it because I wanted to read the whole series What amazes me is that even though this book was written about a decade ago it still rings true and