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5.0 out of 5 stars Another amazing hero in this series, 5 April 2014
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Fiona (Stanthorpe, Australia) - See all my reviews
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I can't really describe how much I love these Native American heroes in the Men of the White Sandy series. I still call them Indians in my head because I grew up with Cowboys and Indians.

Nobody is a secondary character in the previous two books and he was intriguing right from the start. A kind of vigilante, who protects kids in danger but has a dark and mysterious past and spends his life in the shadows.

When Melinda turns up, the wild child sister of the doctor heroine in Mystic Cowboy, she seems an unlikely person to become involved with a man who is quite simply scary to look at. Big, scarred, definitely not a smiley kind of guy.

Yet somehow she is drawn to him. And the amazing thing is that she sees him. A man who has a gift for melting into the darkness, for watching without being seen. Right from the start, he is somebody to Melinda.

A romance between them was bound to be complicated, even before it got tangled up with saving a mistreated child, and finding out just how dark Nobody's history really is.

This book had me all choked up and in tears before the end. These guys aren't your average romance heroes. Nobody is strong in so many ways, but it is his unexpected vulnerability that catches you off guard. He brings out the best in seemingly ditzy Melinda, and she finds her strength even when it hurts.
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