Matchmaking with a Mission
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Matchmaking with a Mission (Whitehorse Montana #5)

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The most stubborn of the Bailey sisters was back in town, and determined to start a horse ranch. She'd set her sights on the long-deserted Harper House and no one was going to change McKenna's mind--not the enigmatic Nate Dempsey or the superstitious folk of Whitehorse, who wanted her married off. Now that the gossips' tongues were wagging, the sinister rumors plaguing the...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by Harlequin Books (first published September 1st 2007)
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Paula Legate
I just didn’t enjoy this book. It started out with the point of view from a disturbed man. His mother had left him at a gas station when he was only 7. Afterwards he was taking to Harper House. It was a house with boys that no one wanted. They were not really cared for while they lived there.
McKenna had always wondered about Harper house when she was growing up. She bid on it, and won it from an action. She had lots of dreams for the house and property. Shortly after she moved in she found a bl...more
Suzanne Marble
This book is a great read if you pay attention to detail. This book takes a lot of context clues to understand but is worth it in the end. It had a great surprise ending and left me satisfied. Although not so much love as others I have read it shows independence and stubbornness of a women.
Sherry
A definite good read; B.J. Daniels has shown she has a talent for telling a complete story unto itself; yet has that ability to make those single complete stories into an exciting series such as her “McCall” series. A must read for Western/Contemporary Romantic Suspense readers.
Sara
I picked this up for a quick read. It was confusing for much of the book, which I suppose could be construed as suspense, but it wasn't really. And what romance there was came at the very end and with no real lead-up. Curious all around.
Tasneem
An interesting read. A bit confusing, because characters are introduced that don't really further the plot, but I suppose make sense with the series as a whole. Not bad though overall.
Sonali Rakesh
Perfect from start to finish. A very gripping and compelling read.
Theresa
love it, the Whitehorse Montana Series is excellent, :D
Donna
Great book.
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B.J. Daniels' life dream was to be a policewoman. After a career as an award-winning newspaper journalist, she wrote and sold 37 short stories before she finally wrote her first book. Since then she has won numerous awards including a career achievement award last year for romantic suspense.

She lives in Montana with her husband, Parker, two Springer Spaniels, Jem and Spot, and a temperamental tomc...more
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