From This Moment On (Made in Montana, #6)
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From This Moment On (Made in Montana #6)

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He's one cowboy she can't resist

Cowboy and lady-magnet Trace McAllister has a problem…and she's petite, with almond-shaped eyes and a body that makes his libido beg for mercy. Sure, the Sundance Dude Ranch has attracted a bevy of gorgeous townie women. But not one draws him in like sexy little Nikki Flores.

Nikki isn't looking to play games with some good-lookin' charmer of...more
Paperback, Harlequin Blaze #753, 224 pages
Published May 21st 2013 by Harlequin
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I really like this series as a whole but even though I enjoyed this book, it did lack the sparkle that its predecessors had mainly because there were three major plot lines which were introduced but never resolved:

1. Whilst I liked the mini "twist" at the end, I think it was then resolved far too quickly afterwards and would have helped stir things up and keep things interesting if it had been revealed a bit earlier.

2. Nikki's fear of horses and Trace helping her to overcome that fear which seem...more
Wasn't bad, a few moments were darn funny and true lol' ing occurred! ONe such instance, when Trace and Rachel realized they may run into each other in the hall at Nikki and Matt's place and agree to pretend they don't know each other!!!!
The story is all about how they get together, we know from previous stories, they have been around each other, and they are sparks there, but neither is willing to do anything about it based on their personal circumstances and situations. It is a fight for these...more
The last McAllister standing, Trace's story just wasn't as engaging as the rest of his siblings. There was very little conflict, and Nikki's big bad history ended up being pretty game and easily overcome. A somewhat disappointing end to a series that had become an auto-buy for me.
I like the stories right up until the end. They say I love you and then it's over. This series is all about the courtship. I am left feeling let down that we don't get anything past I love you.
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Miniseries: Made in Montana
Category: Passion
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