Book Reviews of Between Midnight And Morning (Desire)

Between Midnight And Morning (Desire)
Between Midnight And Morning - Desire
Author: Cindy Gerard
ISBN-13: 9780373766307
ISBN-10: 0373766300
Publication Date: 1/1/2005
Pages: 192
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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A tall, cool cowboy with a heartbreaker smile, J.T. Tyler had a line of women swooning in his wake. Then he met Allison Samuels, the town's new veterinarian, and found himself face-to-face with a challenge he couldn't ignore. J.T. wasn't interested in relinquishing his bachelor status, but he was definitely interested in learning what the new doc was like between midnight and morning.

Allison had moved to middle-of-nowhere Montana to start a new life--not start a fiery affair with a hunky young rancher. But she couldn't deny J.T.'s persistence...or fever-inducing powers of persuasion. After a few passionate nights wrapped in his muscular arms, suddenly Allison wondered if their sizzling relationship could survive the hours after dawn...
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Quick but great read about a wounded hero (PTSD from military service) and heroine (widowed young when her husband dies from cancer) who find each other and the strength to share their weaknesses.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this hunky cowboy romance story. Although Cindy Gerard always has great hero-type men, this time it's a cowboy rancher with a secret - PSTD. He keeps asking the new vet out, but she turns him down. He doesn't know she's been a widow for 4 years and is still in love with her husband and has given up big city life to fulfill her late husband's dream of small town Montana. The scenery is so real I can almost see it, and it makes me want to visit for myself, even without a gorgeous cowboy. There's humor, friendship, sex and romance packed-a-plenty in this book, and I recommend it.