- Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: HQN; Original edition (May 28 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0373777655
- ISBN-13: 978-0373777655
- Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 2.1 x 16.8 cm
- Shipping Weight: 181 g
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
Amazon Bestsellers Rank:
#397,876 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #45774 in Contemporary Romance (Books)
Big Sky Summer Mass Market Paperback – May 28 2013
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About the Author
Linda LaelMiller is a #1 New YorkTimes and USA TODAY bestselling author of morethan one hundred novels. Long passionate about the Civil War buff, she has studied theera avidly and has made many visits to Gettysburg, where she has witnessedreenactments of the legendary clash between North and South. Linda exploresthat turbulent time in The Yankee Widow.See all Product description
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Every once in awhile, I like to read a cowboy romance, and Linda Lael Miller is one of my go-to's. But honestly I wasn't sure what to make of this one. I was never clear why no one guessed Walker was their father, especially as Shane looks like his dad. I also never got exactly why Casey thought the lie was necessary or why Walker went along with it. There was some rationalization, but it was pretty weak. Therefore, neither Casey or Walker were very likeable (especially Casey). Why it took them fifteen years to come clean boggles the mind; also the fact that neither seemed to find anyone else during that time even though the kids spent a few weeks on "uncle" Walker's ranch every summer.
There were a few other weird plot holes: the sudden approach by Casey's manager, the fact that Walker's sister never questioned the kids being her niece and nephew, the mean sheriff who wanders in and out of the story with no particular point. I do enjoy Ms. Miller's writing and I want to see what happens with Brylee, but this was not the best cowboy romance I've read.
IT'S PLEASURE, TO READ "ALL" OF YOUR BOOKS! EVERY TIME I START ONE, I KNOW, I CAN'T PUT IT DOWN, SO I KEEP READING THE GOOD STORY, UNTIL IT'S FINISHED AND MY THOUGHTS AND HEART, ARE SO SATISFIED WITH THE BOOK, THAT I CAN'T WAIT TO READ THE NEXT ONE OF YOURS!!!!! LUV 'EM ALL!
ELLIE MILLING, DIAMOND SPRINGS, CA.