To Love and Cherish (Brannt Family)
Shelby Kane wasn't about to let her friend's bossy brother run off his family's ranch again! And Kingston Brannt kept a tight rein on his volcanic desires, but made it abundantly clear that he resented Shelby's sweetly distracting presence--and the fiery passion she stirred in him. Although the ruggedly handsome, impossibly stubborn cowboy fought their explosive attraction...more
AHHHH GOD, DIANA PALMER
OH God I love her so much
Okay, okay I think I'm fine now. NO WAIT-
*more deep breaths*
Yeah, I think I'm okay now.
Anyways, as I was saying. GOD-DAMMIT I LOVE DIANA PALMER SO MUCH!!!! (Must. Resist. From. Adding. Another. Gif. Must. Resist.)
So last night I picked up at least five different books, which I all abandoned because GOD-DAMMIT I WANTED A HEROINE WHO ISN'T IMMATURE OR BITCHY OR DECEPTIVE, A HEROINE WHO LOVES THE HERO LIKE HE IS SUPPOSED TO BE LO ...more
Love Diana Palmer for her innocent sweet heroines and dark brooding heroes and this book didn't disappoint!
Shelby's a model and friends with Danny. But Danny's older brother, Kingston, seems to despise Shelby so much. He thinks that Shelby's a spoiled rotten model who loved to spent money like her actress mother, but he didn't knew that she's not like that. When Danny come and propose just for an act, Shelby couldn't say no. That's when Kingston went red..
Very very typical of Diana Palmer and the storyline's very familiar with one of her books but I can't remember which one.
The guy was a total jack-butt to the heroine. He kept calling her little girl which really got on my nerves. But he was sexy when he ...more
I could tell that this was a very old book. This book was originally published in 1979. The guy smoked everywhere, which is unusual nowadays. And man, I didn't understand how this was a romance. The guy was a total dick for the whole book then asked the woman to marry him at the end. I have no idea how she figured she was in love with him, but I guess she was used to being ignored so she didn't know any better. It was on the short side, so I didn't have to suffer long. It ju ...more
As I don't want to provide spoilers here, I'm not going to go into details. But I want to say ...more
Oh well, thanks to this book, I feel that there is so hope for Diana Palmer. I may not be reading anything she'd published recently but I think her older ones are pretty decent. I'm not planning to catch up with anything from her now but I may come back and give her another try one of these days.
I rate this one a three because despite lack of ...more
Susan Eloise Spaeth was born on 11 December 1946 in Cuthbert, Georgia, USA. She was the eldest daughter of Maggie Eloise Cliatt, a nurse and also journalist, and William Olin Spaeth, a college professor. Her mother was part of the women's liberation movement many years before it became fashionab ...more