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USA Today bestselling author Lorhainne Eckhart's books have been described as Longmire meets old school Dallas and she recently received the 2013 Readers' Favorite Award for Romantic Suspense for her title Lost and Found. With over 30 titles under her belt, she is frequently a top 100 bestselling author in multiple genres such as Romance, Westerns and Mystery/Suspense, including such series as The Outsider, Walk the Right Road, The Wilde Brothers, The Saved and her most recent addition The Friessens: A New Beginning.
A good holiday read, i enjoyed it and was so happy that there was a happy ending the ex wife was certainly a piece of work and i was rooting for the 2 main characters to sort their problems out. The main character was a strong woman who u wished happiness on. I didn't feel it was about the child and more about the romance between the 2 characters. The child having problems only added to the story and the fight that they were all going through
I liked this story and the plot but for a supposedly no.1 novel, I didn't find it very well written, the dialogue didn't flow. The erotic bedroom scene was fine but I think the author was 'padding' her words to use similar scenes twice more. That got boring. Was the book suppose to be a nice romatic western dealing with autism in children or an erotic love story. The two didn't gel. I probably wouldn't buy this author's books again.
An excellent story, well written, you could feel you were in the room with them. A very moving account of a child with unfortunate problems and what a difference love could make to that child. Well done to the author.
This has to be the worst book I have ever read. It's like reading a teenager magazine -- so badly written. It seems to be aimed at readers without any intelligence & the plot is so predictable. I did persevere to the end in order to give it a fair go, but really wish I hadn't, I'm just glad I didn't have to pay for the privilege.