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Red Rock by Kimberley Patterson
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I think what I liked most about this book was how very typical a teen Rachel is. By that I mean she was young, innocent, and inexperienced, which meant she was more likely to fall for the pretty face than the guy she butted heads with - even if the pretty face wasn't the best choice. Patterson didn't make the obvious choice for her heroine, but the realistic one. And yeah, as a reader, we all knew who she should pick, but I like that we were taken on the journey as she discovered it for herself.

Patterson gives all of her characters full life, and love them or hate them, you can't call them one dimensional. It was interesting watching from Rachel's POV how they dealt with the guilt of their sudden fortune, and acclimating to life in a new town with two suitors, where she's never had even one.

Lovers of romance, lovers of westerns, lovers of mysteries will all be equally pleased with the storyline presented in Red Rock. I recommend you give this one a try.
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