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on 15 July 2014
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

I haven't read the first four books in this series and although I wish I had, it isn't a necessity. The story is well-written with a great cast of characters.

I love Rose, I can relate to her on quite a few levels. I totally get how she wanted to be strong but others kept putting her down or trying to do things for her all the time. Being employed by her fiancé's father and living in one of his buildings, she thought that she was gaining her independence from her parents but it turns out to be just another cage. She decides to build a tree-house in a friends woods so she has somewhere to go to get away from everyone and everything. Her soon-to-be father-in-law has a serious case of OCD. When he keeps letting himself into her house, she tries to get him to stop but everyone keeps making her feel guilty. The final straw is when he lets himself in one day, cleans every room in the house, sorts through her artwork and then has a bonfire and burns a load of her paintings.

Cab Johnson sounds like a hell of a guy, he's county sheriff and although he wants to be with Rose, he knows that she is taken so he is being a total gentleman. When Rose's paintings are burnt, he sets out to help her anyway that he can but he comes across as overbearing and controlling and scares her away.

Fila is making her way from Afghanistan to America under the supervision of her "uncles". She is being given to someone as payment for his service to the Taliban. With the help of an aid worker, she manages to slip away from them in the airport and makes her way to Chance Creek. She was taken to Afghanistan when she was 12 for her grandma's funeral but her parents were murdered and she was taken to a little village high in the mountains and trained to be a good Afghani woman.

This is a story about finding yourself and discovering how strong you can be in a difficult situation. It's also a love story that is a little rocky to begin with but soon picks up heat. I read this in less than a day and started on book 6 straight away. I'm going to get the first four too.
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on 16 July 2014
Great story with all the right ingredients to hold your attention, couldn't put it down.
Terrorists, a fleeing kidnapped female who had been mistreated, a broken long term relationship, interfering families and a longed for love that had been unrequited for a long time. What's not to love?

Brilliant character depictions well written and engaging. Handsome hero and feisty beautiful heroine, alongside minor characters were also strongly created, so believable and likeable.
I really love the way the author catches up with the lives of the other people from previous books in the series and interweaves them in the following books, also you get glimpses of what could come in the sequels.

This is the fifth book of the series and it 's strong storyline is an indulgent pleasure, just need the chocolate to go with it!

LOVED it!
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on 22 December 2014
This was an interesting storyline. Rose made herself into a door mat for Jason and then his father who both told her what to do. When she saw her mistake she didn't trust anyone. She thought Cab was also trying to control her. When she worked it out 'll was well. Love wins out in the end.k
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on 8 July 2015
This book is a roller coaster of emotions. Laughter, tears, suspense and intrigue. What starts off as a standard romance soon developed into a great read. Download this great book if you want find out how Sheriff Cad Johnson handles a fire fight involving the Taliban and a runaway Bison.
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on 2 September 2014
This story is a bit different as it has a lot going on. If wasn't my favourite but i just love Cab. He's a strong Alpha male and a perfect gentleman. i enjoyed this book and can't wait for Hannah and Jakes story, which I've just downloaded! lucky me!
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on 20 September 2014
Not just a love story. There's car chases and gun fire cattle and bison. It's all going on. Good sense of drama complimented by smattering of good humour and fun too. Absolutely brilliant series which is so believable you can visualise it so easily.
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on 3 January 2015
ALL the Cowboys of Chance Creek series are superb - couldn't put them down. Great to be able to live through the trials & tribulations of individual characters - each adorable in their own way - & the strong women behind them.
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on 5 December 2014
This book is part of a series of books but if you haven't read the rest of them wouldn't worry. This book can stand on its own without you thinking your missing something. Would recommend this to anyone.
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on 9 August 2015
A brilliant piece of writing form Cora Seton, not quite her usual type of story line, a lot more action and intrigue, with a love story throw into the mix. My favorite book so far.
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on 29 November 2014
This author never fails to deliver an excellent story. Well written with believable characters and exciting storyline makes this so good.
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