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Arizona Heat

3.32 of 5 stars 3.32  ·  rating details  ·  19 ratings  ·  3 reviews
She Wasn't Looking for a Husband
Kansas McClellan was looking for her brother, and Paxton Moore was the only man who could help her. She'd heard he knew the tough, Western landscape like the back of his callused hand, so it didn't matter that he stirred in her feelings of longing that she'd rather not explore...

He Wasn't Out to Find a Wife
Paxton was happy with his life just
ebook, Silhouette Desire #966
Published July 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 1995)
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A nice book I truly enjoyed. And so unlike Silhouette Desire books these day it's laughable. No rich rancher/billionaire/CEO in sight. Just two ordinary people falling in love. I mean now they even demand their heroes to be the same. A snippet from Desire's submission guidlines:

The Desire hero should be powerful and wealthy — an alpha male with a sense of entitlement, and sometimes arrogance. While he may be harsh or direct, he is never physically cruel. Beneath his alpha exterior, he displays
Rating 4.5

I loved this book, there was something so adorable about the heroine Kansas, her love and loyalty for her brother which made her come to the desert outside her comfort zone, her mix of vulnerability and strength, how she could be a total wimp one minute seeing a spider and brave the next, in one word she was awesome.

The poor hero Pax didn't stand a chance against her, used to being a loner ever since his father walked away Kansas confused the hell out of him, the way she could make peo
I read this book almost as a dare to myself. I don't read romance as a general rule and I now know why. These books remind me of a "Goosebumps" for adults. Completely ridiculous, formulaic, and just silly. You could read the entire thing in a couple hours and gain NOTHING from it.
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Winner of over 15 national awards, including the RWA Hall of Fame and the RWA Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award, Jennifer Greene weaves real issues, warm characters common-life humor, and page-turning romance and suspense into her stories.

Jennifer sold her first book in 1980, and since then has sold over 85 books in the contemporary romance genre. She won her first professional writing award
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