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The Rancher Takes a Wife (Montana Mavericks #5)

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The Abduction

Wyatt North wouldn't wait any longer. He'd loved Melissa Avery for almost a lifetime. Now he was determined to have her. She'd know soon enough that the man she'd known forever was a stranger in the heat of the night. And that despite her unsettled past, he was about to claim her future....

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Published November 1st 1994 by Silhouette
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Just can't rate it,the questions that bothered me was

-How can you have sex with another woman when you have acknowledged and accepted that you love this woman,want her forever in your life?Then hurt her in worst possible way:(

-When he came to know what had he done why did he come clean and tell Melissa everything?

-When Shannon told him about pregnancy why did'nt he have a paternity test instead of blindly trusting her-going ahead for shotgun wedding?

-He had doubts whether Tim was his son or no
Alexis-Morgan Roark
Some readers complained about the heroine's response to the hero. Here's my question: how is she supposed to act to a guy who "loved" her yet slept with another woman, got the ow pregnant, then married her-oh, the first two while being ENGAGED to the heroine??

They meet up six years later, and he's in the process of getting divorced and never stopped loving the heroine. That's nice. Good for you. Have fun with your divorced life, you loser!

That's easy for me to say, but I'm sure it's difficult fo
Rappaccini's  Daughter
The guy is a prick, what's with all the smiling on the cover?
I did not finish this book. It was a steaming pile of fragrant fecal material. I hated the characters. I hated their words, their thoughts, and everything about them. They were both complete idiots. I wanted them both to crash into a tree and die.

What on Gods Green Earth was the author thinking, writing a story about a clueless , spineless dolt who is led by his nether regions through life - who then pops back up into his old hometown and then KIDNAPS HIS EX GIRLFRIEND ?!?!?!?!

There is NOTHI
This was a quick, easy read, however the main character, Melissa was a little over the top. Though I understand she was hurt very badly, there were a few times during the story that I wanted to slap her and tell her to wake up.

Great writing Jackie Merritt, you kept me interested and engaged.
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