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Simone Sinna

Embedded (MF)   Exposé (MF)  
2 Ratings
Avg - 3.00
Trouble on Sugar Creek (MF) by Donna Cooper (Published by: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. )
$3.99
Categories: Contemporary , Romantic Suspense

This reviewer's rating: 4 - Good

When I read the blurb I picked this to read because it looked like it had a story beyond the romance, which personally I think makes a much more rewarding read. So story I wanted- and story I got! The prologue takes us right into the bad guy’s head and we know this is not going to be an easy ride for our heroine even before we’ve met her! Then right from the first page when we do meet Zane we are plunged into cattle country in Missouri and the disconcerting finding of a body in a suitcase on her property. Zane is a gun totting (we Aussies can be a bit so-so about guns but here it seems right- besides she might need it after the prologue introduction to one sick guy) horse riding cow girl who has risen above a dysfunctional family that keep coming back to haunt her. The pink haired cousins are a cute relief in the otherwise seriously male world. So story? There’s cattle rustling, a good deal of ominous trucks and people watching her for unclear purposes, people unhappy with previous land deals and the drunk ex-boyfriend who Zane is more than capable of dealing with. Particularly when Tim the FBI agent is on the scene and looking a whole much better option even if Zane doesn’t think she’s got time for a relationship. I would have liked to have seen a bit more of him and maybe some earlier tension, but the romance and sensual sex is there and of course all gets pulled together in the end!

Reviewed by: Simone Sinna (Date: 07/09/2012)
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