Sunday, November 9, 2014

I Smell Sheep: Sunday Swag: Hanna Martine

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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Review for Love with a Perfect Cowboy

New York Times bestselling author Lori Wilde returns to Cupid, Texas, and asks the question: Do you ever forget your first love?
Melody Spencer had long-ago wiped the dust of Cupid, Texas, off her cute shoes . . . and done her best to forget the chiseled jaw and strong arms of cowboy Luke Spencer. Their families might be part of a long-time feud, but he was her very first love, even if it turned out they never wanted the same things.
But now Luke's come striding back into her life, tempting her with the memories of long, lazy evenings and hot, passionate kisses. And he has an ulterior motive—as Mayor of Cupid, he knows Melody's business savvy can help save their beloved hometown. His smooth talking might get her to Texas, but that doesn't mean he'll get her in his bed. Still, people do say love can be more perfect the second time around . . .

I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. Lori did a wonderful job with this last book of the Cupid, Texas series. If you haven't read any of them I suggest that you do.
This story dealt with a first love relationship with Melody Spencer and Luke Nielson. Their families were part of a long-time feud which kept them apart. Melody left Cupid and went to New York, NY and had a job in the advertising field. Luke stayed in Cupid and was a rancher besides the mayor there. The same day that Melody's life crashes - she loses her job and her top-tier photographer boyfriend, Luke was there to talk to Melody. Luke wanted to see if Melody would help their hometown Cupid out. Cupid was going through a drought at that particular time. Luke went home and Melody thought about the offer, but took it since she had nothing else to do at that moment. Back home Melody tried her best to avoid Luke, but they both realize they still love each other. This story was beautifully written, it kept my interest the whole way through. The story pulled me in and made me feel like I was right there with the characters of the story going through the hard times that they were going through. This is definitely a story everyone should read and see how Melody and Luke get through everything that takes pace in Cupid Texas dealing with their love, the family feud and the drought.

Saturday, January 4, 2014

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Friday, January 3, 2014

Review of "Somebody to Love" by Lori Wilde

New York Times bestselling author Lori Wilde invites you back to Cupid, Texas, where love is only a heartbeat away . . .
Sexy cowboy-scholar Jericho Chance always knows exactly what he wants and how to get it. And after sauntering back home to Cupid, he’s shocked to discover that he wants Zoe McCleary. After years from home, he takes one new look at his bubbly best friend, with her lightning smarts and luscious body, and it hits him like a bolt: she’s his somebody to love and he’s not leaving town again without her.
Settling down always seemed like a time waster to Zoe, a man magnet with a trail of broken hearts behind her. She’s not meant to settle down—but how can she resist someone as persuasive as Jericho? There’s no way they can ignore the explosive chemistry seething between them . . . even if it means risking their friendship...

Author provided a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. "Somebody to Love" takes us back to Cupid, Texas. This adventure packed story deals with Zoey and her best friend, from childhood, Jericho. Lori did a wonderful job of writing a story that takes childhood friends and has them develop feelings that is more than friendship. With Jericho learning that he was going to be Zoey's professor for her archaeological field study class, they try to hold off on admitting their true feelings for each other. Though Zoey discovers a horrible fact about her family history that she figures would destroy her family in the end everything works out. Zoey and Jericho become lovers besides being best friends. Lori wrote a very amazing story with a good plot, characters and it keeps your interest all the way through. I loved the story and can't wait for the next Cupid, Texas novel.

Thursday, January 2, 2014

Happy New Year

“Your success and happiness lies in you. Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties,” – Helen Keller

Hope everyone has a wonderful New Year and a prosperous year.