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- Publisher: Loner Llama Press (26 Aug. 2017)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B075627WQG
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Black Hills Rendezvous I: Volume 1 (Books 1-4) (Black Hills Rendezvous Boxed Set) Kindle Edition
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Black Hills Baby: I unashamedly love Debra Salonen's books and Black Hills Baby has earned its place among those books I will go back and reread over and over. Quite simply, it's a keeper.
Both Libby and Cooper have their own insecurities. For Hollywood TV star Cooper there's a lack of self belief courtesy of his mother, who has managed every day of his life and career until the moment she died. As for Libby, well she is also caring and compassionate, but doesn't have much faith in her ability to make a relationship work.
Set in the black hills of South Dakota, this book really does depict a clash of two worlds and I have to say that it was enormously comforting to me to find the backwater charms of Sentinel Pass winning out over the glitz and glamour of Hollywood.
Black Hills Billionaire: This is the story of Hollywood producer Shane Reynard and Sentinal Pass poet Jenna Murphy. They knew each other back in college and the way they parted has troubled Shane for years. His main reason for being in Sentinel Pass is to make amends for the past, though developing the TV show his friend Cooper has dreamed up certainly gives him a good excuse to be in town. The history between these two nicely balances their obvious attraction for each other and certainly kept me guessing as to how their relationship would progress.
Black Hills Bad Boy: This is one of those warm, comfortable stories that you just feel at home with in the first few pages.
Kat and Jack are an unlikely couple. They are lively, genuine characters whom I liked from the start. The small country town setting also appeals to me and as I'd already read the first two books in the series I felt as though I was catching up with old friends. The plot also had plenty going for it and I found it hard to put the book down.
Black Hills Bachelor: Written in Debra Salonen's trademark warm, inviting style, this is a story of second chances both for Sentinal Pass mine owner and single father Mac McGannon and Hollywood starlet Morgana Carlyle aka Morgan James. It stands alone comfortably though you'll have got to know the other characters if you've read the first three books in the series, andy why wouldn't you when they're all great reads. No points for guessing I enjoyed this story.
All of them are well written, entertaining novels.
I loved Black Hills Baby, the perfect opening book for a great series.
Not only the to protagonists are captivating, fascinating personas, but the side characters, who are going to have lead roles the following books, are presented in good detail, giving a good glance of their intriguing personalities and making the reader eager to learn more about them.
The hero and the heroine are beautifully drawn characters. I loved reading about Libby’s struggles and doubts at owning her own future, and I was entertained and amused by Cooper’s self discovery and growing self confidence.
Debra Salonen’s writing style is sharp, involving, funny at times, resulting in a fast paced and entertaining story
The Black Hills descriptions are colourful, detailed and always instrumental at creating the right atmosphere for the situations described in the narration.
In short, Black Hills Baby is a very enjoyable book, with a good story and a slate of very interesting, three dimensional characters that the readers learn to love and look forward to meet again in the next books, which most certainly meet their expectations.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book. Opinions and comments are solely my own
I love how each book is so individual. Yes, it does have a common running theme i.e broken hearts, disillusion about love, family, and marriage but that is the essence of real life stories. And fiction is FICTION so you do have a teeny bit of everything conveniently matching up and coming together.
But the amazing thing is that every book has its own plot and drama, the characters have their own personalities and Debra Salonen is very adept at bringing each and every single one of them to life. You will rarely find a storyline or character trait that overlaps in similarity. Hats off to Ms. Salonen as it must be a great undertaking to plan out such an elaborate universe for her stories.
I received a complimentary copy of this book for voluntary review consideration.
The other books are intriguing as well. The books draw you right into the romance, problems, love, and danger so you will not want to put them down. I would highly recommend getting the boxed set as you will not be disappointed. I received an advance copy of this boxed set and I willingly chose to write an honest review. I already own the first book in the set.
Black Hills Baby - Cooper & Libby
Black Hills Billionaire - Shane & Jenna
Black Hills Bad Boy - Jack & Kat
Black Hills Bachelor - Max & Morgan
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.