I loved this one. You don't see a lot of books featuring women who were soldiers. This was unique (I think) because Maggie was an amputee. I thought the author did a good job explaining the difficulties one faces (both physically and emotionally) when a limb is lost. I cared about the characters and wanted them to have their HEA.
Cyndi (ncflyergal) reviewed Dancing in the Moonlight (Cowboys of Cold Creek, Bk 2) (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1757) on
I had high hopes for this book but they all fell flat. This book is chock full of romance cliches. Old boyfriend dumps her - check. Fighting attraction to hero because of (father's) past deeds - check. Have to give up her career that she loves because of something bad that happened to her (don't want to give spoilers) - check.
If you like old school romances, this may be something you will enjoy but I can not recommend this book.
Anna R. reviewed Dancing in the Moonlight (Cowboys of Cold Creek, Bk 2) (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1757) on + 12 more book reviews
But it wasn't the way ahe'd envisioned her return. And though all she wanted was to be alone, infuriatiatingly handsome Dr. Jake Dalton-of enemy Daltons-wouldn't cooperate. And she needed him to, because the walls ariund her heart were dangerously close to crumbling every time he came near......