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Warrior's Bride by Nina Bruhns
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Jul 10, 2012

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I've been sitting on this book for ages, not sure why I never picked it up before. I love a good native-american story, especially one set in modern times. This book wasn't exactly what I was expecting. It kept me on the verge of tears for at least half of it, as the two main characters - Rini and Cole - locked horns over a surprise pregnancy. Although I thought the characters were very real, I found Cole's absolute refusal to admit his true feelings tiresome after a while. I could understand, from his background, him wanting to be sure that Rini loved him first, but for gracious sake the poor woman shouted it from the rooftops for weeks and he still didn't believe her. I liked Rini - she was far more understanding than I would have been in a similar situation and Cole really treated her fairly poorly for a good portion of the story, insisting that she was the one to lay herself out for him before he would give her back the emotion that she so desperately needed. Overall, it was a mildly spicy tale with the HEA that I wanted when it had made me feel so sad reading it
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Paula I've had this one for ages too and thought I'd give it a try and I really liked it a lot. I got a frustrated at Cole for how long he held out on the trust but all and all I just love an HEA>

R.E. Butler Sometimes it's frustratingly sweet when it takes so long to get there! :-)

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