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SWEET-TALKIN' TEXAN With only a quick glance at Nell Regan, a man might miss the beauty in the shy face, or the sexy figure hidden beneath the shapeless clothes. Nell had learned the hard way the she had nothing to offer a man. Her future was here, running her Arizona dude ranch...alone. Then Tyler Jacobs arrived...a man who knew what it was like to be alone and alienated. SWEET-TALKIN' TEXAN With only a quick glance at Nell Regan, a man might miss the beauty in the shy face, or the sexy figure hidden beneath the shapeless clothes. Nell had learned the hard way the she had nothing to offer a man. Her future was here, running her Arizona dude ranch...alone. Then Tyler Jacobs arrived...a man who knew what it was like to be alone and alienated. He yearned to kiss away the pain he saw in Nell s deep brown eyes. But Nell wasn't about to mistake kindness for love. Not again. Yet would denying her own desire destroy her one chance for happiness.


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SWEET-TALKIN' TEXAN With only a quick glance at Nell Regan, a man might miss the beauty in the shy face, or the sexy figure hidden beneath the shapeless clothes. Nell had learned the hard way the she had nothing to offer a man. Her future was here, running her Arizona dude ranch...alone. Then Tyler Jacobs arrived...a man who knew what it was like to be alone and alienated. SWEET-TALKIN' TEXAN With only a quick glance at Nell Regan, a man might miss the beauty in the shy face, or the sexy figure hidden beneath the shapeless clothes. Nell had learned the hard way the she had nothing to offer a man. Her future was here, running her Arizona dude ranch...alone. Then Tyler Jacobs arrived...a man who knew what it was like to be alone and alienated. He yearned to kiss away the pain he saw in Nell s deep brown eyes. But Nell wasn't about to mistake kindness for love. Not again. Yet would denying her own desire destroy her one chance for happiness.

30 review for Tyler

  1. 5 out of 5

    StMargarets

    Man, I got a bad batch of Diana Palmer - or this wasn't set in Jacobsville and the magic just wasn't there. *has DP hangover* This story is set on a dude ranch in Arizona. The plain Jane heroine is due to inherit the ranch when she turns 25 in the next year. Until then her uncle makes the decisions, while she is part of the day-to-day operations. The hero is Shelby's (the heroine from Justin) brother. The siblings lost everything in Jacobsville after their father died. The sister entered a MoC wi Man, I got a bad batch of Diana Palmer - or this wasn't set in Jacobsville and the magic just wasn't there. *has DP hangover* This story is set on a dude ranch in Arizona. The plain Jane heroine is due to inherit the ranch when she turns 25 in the next year. Until then her uncle makes the decisions, while she is part of the day-to-day operations. The hero is Shelby's (the heroine from Justin) brother. The siblings lost everything in Jacobsville after their father died. The sister entered a MoC with Justin and Tyler took a job as the foreman of this ranch in Arizona. Heroine had a crush on him from the beginning and was sweet and kind. Hero lapped it up. That all changed with the busybody housekeeper/cook warned the hero off. Heroine overheard the hero say that he wasn't interested in love-struck tomboys and she was devastated. Hero is missing the heroine's adoration when the story opens. But he enjoys a light flirtation with the heroine's widowed sister-in-law. (OW) Heroine is jealous and is tired of being the OW's doormat, plus she is still resentful of an incident that occurred when she was 15. She had a crush on a ranch hand who in turn had a crush on the sister-in-law. The ranch hand encouraged the h's crush to get closer to the sister-in-law. When the sister in law turned him down, the drunken ranch hand tried to rape the heroine in her bed. Luckily, she was rescued by her sister in law. She hasn't let a man touch her in 9 years. The cook and the sister in law both tell the heroine she should be over the attempted rape at 15. Nothing happened and it was no big deal. !!!!!!!!!!!! So besides feeling plain and ugly, the heroine has hangups. The hero, wanting his adoring fan back, decides to take on the role of "virgin whisperer" and tempt the heroine out of her shell. He has a bout of bronchitis, which means the heroine has to dress him so she can take him to the doctor. She has never seen a naked man before and - omg - DP goes on for pages as the trembling, blushing heroine gets him dressed. I get it - romances can be deep dives into emotion - but I could have dressed ten toddlers in snowsuits *and* ice skates faster than it took to dress the semi-sentient hero. Once recovered (antibiotics and not sponging as the cure, alas) the hero gets to second base with the heroine and they spends *pages* there as the H fights for control and the heroine realizes she has sensitive nipples. (Although the term nipple is never used) Soon after the second base incident the hero turns on the heroine. Gone is the virgin whisperer, now he's the slut-shamer. Why? Because the hero has hired a new ranch hand. Can you guess who? Yes, Rapey Mc Rapeface. The hero hires him and won't listen to the heroine's objections when she tries to explain what happened when she was 15. Hero thinks the heroine is being silly for wanting to fire the OM, since nothing happened - he didn't succeed in raping her. !!!!!!!!!!! So the heroine sucks it up. The ranch hand (soon to be OM) apologizes to the heroine and says he's a changed man. Heroine realizes she overreacted. !!!!!!!!!!! It may seem odd that I'm calling the would-be-rapist of a teenager the OM but he does take on that role late in this story. I'll explain. *deep breath* The OM-rapist is still holding a candle for the sister in law. The heroine thinks the sister in law is in love with the hero. Sis in law is in love with the OM. The hero thinks the heroine is in love with the OM. Got that? It's all the confusion for the last third of the book. But I can assure you that it's a square dance ending with everyone changing partners for an HEA. The rape apologist slant knocked off a star and that dissatisfaction made me think about the hero. (Pro-tip: Never think about these blow-hot, blow-cold heroes in a DP story - just roll with it.) I think the author missed an opportunity for angst and deeper characterization in this story. This hero was stripped of his status, his inheritance and even his horse. Why couldn't that have been his conflict with the heroine, rather than his jealousy of her would-be rapist? His horse was sold - it could have been bought by the dude ranch - or one of the guests might have recognized him and sneered at his lowly status. But that was all brushed under the rug so that the inequality wouldn't show when the hero walks right into acquiring a dude ranch along with his new bride. Diana Palmer Checklist: Hairy chest: it's a pelt! Breast description: large. Peach and mauve. (LOL) Cigarettes: check Alcohol: none Town descriptions: none, alas. There's flora and fauna of Arizona, though. LOL detail: Shelby and Justin visit Tyler at the ranch. Shelby tells the heroine that her husband rented a car at the airport. They show up in a *limo* since that's how these long, tall Texans roll. No Ford Escorts for them.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lu Bielefeld

    Our heroine is ugly and unattractive and also suffered a trauma that profoundly affected her. Her sister-in-law who is a former model and very beautiful, she is a bitch that even being married went flirting with a cowboy and he fell in love with her. Our young innocent heroine had a crush on this cowboy and he ended up sexually assaulting her. She was not raped by him because he was interrupted. Since he can not have her sister-in-law he tried to have sex with our heroine. This episode left her Our heroine is ugly and unattractive and also suffered a trauma that profoundly affected her. Her sister-in-law who is a former model and very beautiful, she is a bitch that even being married went flirting with a cowboy and he fell in love with her. Our young innocent heroine had a crush on this cowboy and he ended up sexually assaulting her. She was not raped by him because he was interrupted. Since he can not have her sister-in-law he tried to have sex with our heroine. This episode left her very traumatized and afraid of men. Margie is a bitch who abuses the good nature of our heroine. She sold her part at the ranch, but still uses the facilities and uses Nell as a nanny and housekeeper. And even when she was married she was flirting with other men, I think she did not love her husband. She only liked the things his money bought. She seemed shallow and selfish. Our hero comes from a rich and traditional family but has lost everything. He is accustomed to beautiful socialites and women interested in his money. He is touched by the innocence and strength of our heroine, but like every hero of the author he is very rude and cruel to her. He says horrible things to her and they become cold with each other. Adding to all this we have the jealousy our heroine feels about her beautiful sister-in-law and her insecurity and low self-esteem. And our hero is sending mixed signals to her, which does not help at all. The poor woman is very upset and insecure. Of course, there was always the woman who could hit a man hard before he knew it. A woman like Nell Regan, with her unexpected vulnerabilities and compassion… She deliberately downplayed the few attractions she had, as if she was determined not to do anything that would catch a man’s eye. “Marguerite needs a husband.” He smiled at the thought of Marguerite. She was, in fact, all the things Nell wasn’t. “But a dish like Margie shouldn’t have much trouble finding one.” She and Nell got along fairly well, as long as neither of them looked back nine years. It had been Marguerite who’d helped put the scars on Nell’s young emotions. Nell had never been able to forget what had happened. After her husband had died, Margie had taken her share of the ranch in cash and moved to the city. “That’s why you’re dressed to the teeth and finding excuses to suffer the heat at the ranch. Because you miss Ted so much, and you want to console yourself with my hired help.” "I haven’t done anything except refuse to be your doormat.” Nell finished her potatoes. “I don’t remember inviting you here,” she replied coolly. “Don’t expect me to entertain you or baby-sit for you.” “I sure as hell don’t want a lovesick tomboy grabbing me by the boots every time I walk by. I don’t like being chased, even by attractive women. And Nell is a sweet child, but even a blind man couldn’t accuse her of being beautiful.” It had been the first time in years that she’d made an effort to look like a woman. It would be the last, too, she vowed. She rolled over and closed her eyes. Minutes later, she was asleep. She had the most beautiful, sensual eyes he’d ever seen. “Open your mouth a little,” he whispered as his teeth closed gently on her lower lip. he added venomously. “I don’t want another man’s castoff.” “Most men get poetic when they’ve been without a woman for a few months,” he said with blunt insolence. “But you take things to heart, don’t you, Nell?” “Sorry, honey, but my taste doesn’t run to tomboys,” he said mockingly. “As for your offer, I don’t want to dance with you, now or ever. And you might as well throw that—” he indicated her dress “—in the trash if you bought it to catch my eye. I’m not interested in you.” “He felt sorry for you!” Tyler burst out without choosing his words. “Doesn’t everybody?”

  3. 5 out of 5

    Noemí (Mysticnox)

    Otro vaquero terminado. La verdad que éste ha sido el más aburrido porque como los anteriores era antiguo pero no tan retrógrado con lo que no hemos podido ni Yola ni yo reírnos apenas, ahora que ella es una prota pichote como dirían las haggards. Por dios que tonta y pesada.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Yolanda

    Qué poco nos hemos reído con este libro. Con los ratos que nos han dando los anteriores a Mysticnox y a mi. La prota... pesada, pesada

  5. 5 out of 5

    Margo

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. There is literally nothing right about this book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    GuisBell

    Que manera de perder el tiempo, no pueden sentarse y conversar honestamente. Supongo que Tyler la malogro con sus precipitadas e hirientes palabras y bueno despues de eso ninguna mujer que se respete olvidará fácilmente lo que se ha dicho de ella rápidamente...

  7. 5 out of 5

    Joanna

    Hmm, me estaba gustando más que los anteriores dos pero al final no he sabido cómo definirlo. Una vez más, un libro lleno de malentendidos pero al menos con unos personajes inteligentes para solucionarlo rápidamente y no aplazarlo por tanto tiempo. Al menos aquí la pareja no sufre de manera tan tóxica, Tyler es celoso y todo pero al menos no es taaaan posesivo como los hermanos Ballenger. Debo admitir que Calhoun raya en lo excesivo y Justin le va pisando los talones, aunque a este último lo com Hmm, me estaba gustando más que los anteriores dos pero al final no he sabido cómo definirlo. Una vez más, un libro lleno de malentendidos pero al menos con unos personajes inteligentes para solucionarlo rápidamente y no aplazarlo por tanto tiempo. Al menos aquí la pareja no sufre de manera tan tóxica, Tyler es celoso y todo pero al menos no es taaaan posesivo como los hermanos Ballenger. Debo admitir que Calhoun raya en lo excesivo y Justin le va pisando los talones, aunque a este último lo comprendo más. Me gustó mucho ver el cameo de Justin y Shelby, me pone muy feliz leerlos tan enamorados🥰 . Sin duda alguna Nell Regan tenía serios problemas de autoestima y me alegro que lo solucionara, tardó pero lo logró. Tyler Jacobs será alguien perfecto para ella, los dos se complementan muy bien y como dice Tyler, la confianza lo es todo en una relación y gracias a la superación del personaje de Nell, ellos cuentan con eso y con mucho amor. "—Voy a cuidar de ti el resto de mi vida. No tengo mucho que darte, solo mi corazón, pero... Nell lo calló poniendo el dedo índice en sus labios. —No quiero nada más en el mundo. A cambio yo te daré el mío."

  8. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    I like Tyler. The first three Long Tall Texans run on the same theme. Herione afraid of sex and male misunderstands. I thought this was the best of the three.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Holly Full Moon Bites Book Reviews

    May have slight spoilers. In author Diana Palmer’s third Long, Tall Texans novel, Tyler we get Nell Regan and Tyler Jacobs story. Tyler has recently lost everything, his wealth, farm and more because of his father’s debts. Now working a new job the boss sends him to be the new foreman of the Double R dude ranch in Arizona. He has just gotten back after taking a day off to go back to Jacobsville and attends his sister Shelly’s wedding to Justin Ballenger. Tyler has had a hard time of it lately and May have slight spoilers. In author Diana Palmer’s third Long, Tall Texans novel, Tyler we get Nell Regan and Tyler Jacobs story. Tyler has recently lost everything, his wealth, farm and more because of his father’s debts. Now working a new job the boss sends him to be the new foreman of the Double R dude ranch in Arizona. He has just gotten back after taking a day off to go back to Jacobsville and attends his sister Shelly’s wedding to Justin Ballenger. Tyler has had a hard time of it lately and he was warmed boy the boss lady Nell’s attention and sweat gestures. The only thing was that he thought she was just a child really and when he finds out that she is actually a twenty-four year old woman he is shocked and not at all ready for a relationship. Nell was very drawn to Tyler from the start but did not realize that she had made her attraction to him so obvious by following him around and doing nice things for him. When Nell was younger she went though a traumatic experience that left her afraid of men, but even though she does not trust Tyler completely she can not help but feel more for him than she has any man. The only problem with this is of course Nell’s own insecurities (which seem to be many) and beautiful sister-in-law who has been coming to stay the weekends, more and more. I liked this book overall but I have to say that overall I thought Nell was a little too insecure if that makes sense. I understand she went though something bad, and she is insecure though the whole book—but then at the end she just suddenly ‘gets’ it and the wedding bells are ringing in the future. This just did not seem believable to me, even if she did come to the conclusion and understand that Tyler did like her and not her sister or he wouldn’t have been trying to have a relationship with her—I still think it would have taken her more time to actually ‘get’ it and then go talk to Tyler. It just happened to fast to me. But I did like it and I was happy that after two books we finally got Tyler’s story. We actually met him in book one of this series so, it was kind—if not long, a impatient wait because we also get him a little in the second book to. I would recommend this novel to anyone looking for a good contemporary western romance.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Caitlin Wyatt

    I really liked this one.. I loved the change of location from Jacobsville to Arizona. It made me think happily of Linda Lael Miller who writes about Arizona a lot. I liked Tyler when he was in both Calhoun & Justin's books. It was nice to learn more about him. He turned out to be backward, caring, misguided, & stubborn. He goes out to Arizona to work on a dude ranch. If you have even read on western romance about a legit cowboy rancher you know that he was seriously desperate for a job. Dude ran I really liked this one.. I loved the change of location from Jacobsville to Arizona. It made me think happily of Linda Lael Miller who writes about Arizona a lot. I liked Tyler when he was in both Calhoun & Justin's books. It was nice to learn more about him. He turned out to be backward, caring, misguided, & stubborn. He goes out to Arizona to work on a dude ranch. If you have even read on western romance about a legit cowboy rancher you know that he was seriously desperate for a job. Dude ranches are a joke to real ranchers.. Still the dude ranch does posses a real working ranch.. All of it grows on Tyler even the scared, man weary owner Nell. Nell was accosted by a drunken cowboy once & notoriously timid on top of it.. Not to mention she has been shown no real love in her life. Many misunderstandings crop up, and they each are their own worst enemy.. I liked this one like I said.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kari

    This one ended up being a did not finish for me. It was just too ridiculous or maybe I had had enough of women who get to their 20s and know NOTHING about even kissing a man. Really? I know it was written in the 80s but, come on. Did a woman like Nell really exist in the 80s? It was something I just couldn't get past so I didn't really feel the relationship between Tyler and Nell. I'm this close to calling it quits with this series. If they are all like this, it could get a little tiring. This one ended up being a did not finish for me. It was just too ridiculous or maybe I had had enough of women who get to their 20s and know NOTHING about even kissing a man. Really? I know it was written in the 80s but, come on. Did a woman like Nell really exist in the 80s? It was something I just couldn't get past so I didn't really feel the relationship between Tyler and Nell. I'm this close to calling it quits with this series. If they are all like this, it could get a little tiring.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Griffinyarn

    Not a standout Diana Palmer novel. The "conflict" basically consisted of the heroine's insecurities compounded by her overhearing some thoughtless comments made by the hero. (view spoiler)[It seems like most of Diana Palmer's heroes make derogatory comments about the heroine to disguise their true feelings. Which I guess is the adult equivalent of pulling pigtails. (hide spoiler)] An okay, if forgettable, read. Recommended for Diana Palmer fans. Not a standout Diana Palmer novel. The "conflict" basically consisted of the heroine's insecurities compounded by her overhearing some thoughtless comments made by the hero. (view spoiler)[It seems like most of Diana Palmer's heroes make derogatory comments about the heroine to disguise their true feelings. Which I guess is the adult equivalent of pulling pigtails. (hide spoiler)] An okay, if forgettable, read. Recommended for Diana Palmer fans.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Arizmendi Salas

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. in the texas boys series he introduces us to Tyler the rich boy who lost everything because of his father, but makes his way by becoming a foreman of a ranch that is dedicated to cowboy tourism, this is managed by a particular girl is zero feminine and She is very fearful of men since something happened to her in the past that left her a little resentful, but the approach with Tyler makes her see that not all are the same and whoever did not believe in being able to fall in love does so with the in the texas boys series he introduces us to Tyler the rich boy who lost everything because of his father, but makes his way by becoming a foreman of a ranch that is dedicated to cowboy tourism, this is managed by a particular girl is zero feminine and She is very fearful of men since something happened to her in the past that left her a little resentful, but the approach with Tyler makes her see that not all are the same and whoever did not believe in being able to fall in love does so with the girl who thought less . personal: these books sometimes deal with machisimo a lot and with women who are a bit socia, low self-esteem and who need a man to get ahead, although later they show that they are strong, of course I want to think that it is because they are because of history and years, because now at this time I read something like that and stop reading

  14. 5 out of 5

    Primadonna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Nell, you could have picked a better man. But hey, she seems to be set on Tyler, sooo... Some parts are cringey and they triggered something in me. So Nell was about to be raped. And what the women around her did? Told her she should get over it, that it was blown out of proportion. (HELLO!!!) Tyler said some disparaging things about her appearance. Oh, so he felt sorry and asked for forgiveness, but still! Tyler is hot and cold. If I were Nell, I'd rather buy dozens of Thermoses. They're more relia Nell, you could have picked a better man. But hey, she seems to be set on Tyler, sooo... Some parts are cringey and they triggered something in me. So Nell was about to be raped. And what the women around her did? Told her she should get over it, that it was blown out of proportion. (HELLO!!!) Tyler said some disparaging things about her appearance. Oh, so he felt sorry and asked for forgiveness, but still! Tyler is hot and cold. If I were Nell, I'd rather buy dozens of Thermoses. They're more reliable.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Karen Loomis

    I stumbled upon this book by accident. Don't have any idea where I got it, but I was looking for something to read and my Kindle Fire was at 1%. I'm glad I found it! It's a very sweet story of love and a young, insecure girl finding herself and becoming a confident woman. Ms. Palmer never disappoints! I stumbled upon this book by accident. Don't have any idea where I got it, but I was looking for something to read and my Kindle Fire was at 1%. I'm glad I found it! It's a very sweet story of love and a young, insecure girl finding herself and becoming a confident woman. Ms. Palmer never disappoints!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Ann Hosford

    Dnf

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ayegdv23 aye

    El principio es medio lento , me identifique con el personaje de nell, aunque a veces llegaba a desesperarme demasiadooooooo. Es como si no supiera escuchar y daba todo por sentado Le doy 3 🌟

  18. 4 out of 5

    Julie Martinez

    Good but I’m unsure of when this takes place & why all these stories have a heroine who is afraid of physical connections not every girl is like that

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ann

    Lo this book love all her long tall Texans didn't think they were going to make it with all her hang ups but he didn't give up can't wait to read more of her long tall Texans books Lo this book love all her long tall Texans didn't think they were going to make it with all her hang ups but he didn't give up can't wait to read more of her long tall Texans books

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Patiño

    Como dije antes, tantos malentendidos cansan, pero fue una bella historia, muy sencilla.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Bella Foxygobble

    I am a sucker for a LTT book and loved Tyler in both Calhoun and Justin's story. I am glad to read Tyler's story but this one was a huge disappointment. None of Palmer's love stories are fully believable but this one was straight up terrible. The heroine Nell has absolutely no self esteem and the author didn't give her even an inkling of common sense. It was frustrating to see the heroine put herself down again and again... and I felt her reactions and assumptions too extreme. I do not recommend I am a sucker for a LTT book and loved Tyler in both Calhoun and Justin's story. I am glad to read Tyler's story but this one was a huge disappointment. None of Palmer's love stories are fully believable but this one was straight up terrible. The heroine Nell has absolutely no self esteem and the author didn't give her even an inkling of common sense. It was frustrating to see the heroine put herself down again and again... and I felt her reactions and assumptions too extreme. I do not recommend this one unless you are a true Diana Palmer fan and are reading as part of the series. As a stand alone it doesn't hold up. 5*****I loved this book, consider it an all time favorite 4**** Thoroughly enjoyed the book and will recommend it 3*** I liked it well enough 2** Brain Candy - It was okay. Writing mediocre, will keep/re-read if part of a series 1* didn't like/possibly not finished.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Adriana Fogaça

    Série Homens do Texas 03 Lições Do Coração Diana Palmer Adoro o Tyler, mas ele é um piadista, morria de rir quando dizia que era um homem antiquado, um homem a moda antiga. Poupe-me, se formos compará-lo com o Justin, ele é um tarado maníaco sexual. Kkkk... Tudo bem! Posso estar exagerando, mas continuo rindo. Antiquada sou eu, ele é homem, kkkk... Desculpe me, não consegui resistir! Digamos então, que o Ty é um homem que tem controle de si mesmo. Mas isso não importa, ele é mesmo um gostosão, com Série Homens do Texas 03 Lições Do Coração Diana Palmer Adoro o Tyler, mas ele é um piadista, morria de rir quando dizia que era um homem antiquado, um homem a moda antiga. Poupe-me, se formos compará-lo com o Justin, ele é um tarado maníaco sexual. Kkkk... Tudo bem! Posso estar exagerando, mas continuo rindo. Antiquada sou eu, ele é homem, kkkk... Desculpe me, não consegui resistir! Digamos então, que o Ty é um homem que tem controle de si mesmo. Mas isso não importa, ele é mesmo um gostosão, com aqueles olhos verdes e a pele morena. Fico imaginando como a inexperiente, mas fogosa Nell, conseguiu resistir por tanto tempo? Kkkkk.... Maravilhoso, leia e se delicie com Tyler ADORO!!!!!!!!!!!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Julie C-F

    I like Tyler and being a gentleman and not taking advantage of Nell's innocence made him even more a character I can hold in esteem. Nell on the other hand is insecure and lacking in self-confidence. There were dialogues that seemed to be repeated a few times and it is a bit irritating to read. I hope book #4 will have a glimpse of how this couple will make their dude ranch successful. I like Tyler and being a gentleman and not taking advantage of Nell's innocence made him even more a character I can hold in esteem. Nell on the other hand is insecure and lacking in self-confidence. There were dialogues that seemed to be repeated a few times and it is a bit irritating to read. I hope book #4 will have a glimpse of how this couple will make their dude ranch successful.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Savanah Fahrney-day

    This is one of my least favorite Diana Palmer books. Instead of just telling the heroine how he feels, he keeps telling her to figure it out for herself. I understand she has self-esteem issues, but if you love someone you want them to feel secure in that love - not having to second guess themself & you constantly.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne Myers

    A 24 yo is dealing with something that happened to her 9 years ago... when she was 15!!! A 20 something guest of the house came to her bed. She started screaming. Does no one other than myself see this as assault (at the minimum)?!?! Ugh.so disappointed in this. Seeing more and more of 'NO' in these books but it is explained away. A 24 yo is dealing with something that happened to her 9 years ago... when she was 15!!! A 20 something guest of the house came to her bed. She started screaming. Does no one other than myself see this as assault (at the minimum)?!?! Ugh.so disappointed in this. Seeing more and more of 'NO' in these books but it is explained away.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Suze

    TYLER I wish I had read the first two books in the series first, I might have liked this one better. I did not like the way the main characters spoke to each other; some of it was very mean spirited.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Dewi Read

    keciiiiiiwa..... dari awal sampe akhir yang ditunggu2 tak ada muncul scene yg dinanti2...ada apa niiiih DP..... [image error] keciiiiiiwa..... dari awal sampe akhir yang ditunggu2 tak ada muncul scene yg dinanti2...ada apa niiiih DP..... [image error]

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mackenzie

    LTT #3

  29. 4 out of 5

    Rosi López

    Tyler is just... perfect!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen

    Tiene puntos extra porque si yo tuviera que aguantar a Nell, la tiraria por una ventana... http://kathlr95.wix.com/esquinaliteraria Tiene puntos extra porque si yo tuviera que aguantar a Nell, la tiraria por una ventana... http://kathlr95.wix.com/esquinaliteraria

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