If There Be Dragons (Pepper #2)
In the isolated sanctuary of her Montana ranch, no one could hurt Brooke Kennedy, whose gift had led her to build walls of ice around her heart. One person had stormed those barricades: her friend Pepper, who embraced the world and meddled in the lives of those she loved. Now Brooke needed help, and Pepper sent troubleshooter Cody Nash to melt the barriers Brooke had raise...more
Don't get me wrong. I'm actually a fan of her 'Bishop Special Crimes Unit' series. And I'm mighty glad that her writing has matured over the years and it's always fun to look back at favored authors' earlier stories and try to find similar ...more
I found "If There Be Dragons" to be very boring. The summary on the back made it sound better than it is and more of a thriller. The book is actually a very cheesy love story.
Apparently the man falls in the love with the woman in 2 hours- which is ridiculous; and the the woman is apparently a psychic- which is also ridiculous. To ...more
Forget the debate about labeling genetically engineered food. Congress needs to demand that previously published books should have a disclaimer on the cover that says "Re-Released".
The bigger message is that love conquers all and never really abandons you, even if you lose someone in your life. It's ...more
like the fact that the guy had only known her for like a few hours and was basically confessing his undying love. love came really quickly in here if i remember correctly.
everytime the guy would go to say a cuss word, the girl would stop him and he'd end up saying things like "fell on my...pride" or somethin like that.
i remember some figurative/metaphoric stuff about a dragon or somethin. i may have thought some of ...more
The only reason I didn't give this book 1 star was the insight into the evolution of the writer. Her growth since this effort has been ...more
As a love story, it was okay. The romance moved a little fast for my taste, and there wasn't a lot of conflict. Plus the characters have this weird banter about whether or not to use "obey" in their vows, and that was just weird and a bit insulting.
So, an okay book, but nothing great.
The oldest of three children, Kay has a brother two years younger and a sister seven years younger. Her father and brother are builders who own a highly respected construction compan ...more