But neither was letting her go…. It had mystery,romance, suspense, and I thought a surprising ending. Another thing was that Carolyn seemed more determined to get Nicole back than Dylan did. When she's not plotting Harlequin Intrigue books, Cassie likes to hang out at the Denver Botanical Gardens near her high-rise home. He used to be domineering, obdurate and vowed by no means to permit an project flip own. But you have a problem,? She fell in love with a tall, sexy man who was an aerial photographer and the author of tough-guy mystery novels.
She discovered that grapefruits grew on trees, television offered more than two channels, and all the other girls had breasts. Brady Ellis is the only thing standing between predator and prey. It felt like all the air had been squeezed out of her lungs. Upon her arrival, her brother and sister in law have a fight and the sister in law runs off and gets kidnapped. She overhears the spouses arguing and minutes later Nicole storms off on horseback.
D could be arrogant; however he also had a sensitive and patient side to him. There's a time for things like that and that for sure wasn't one of them. The characters were likable and you felt for the main looser of the whole story. If his uncle was murdered, Nick fears the Spencer fortune is at risk. I'm a fan of sweet romance so maybe this book wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I kept reading because I was intrigued by the whole mistery behind the kidnapping, and it sort of reminded me of a Criminal Minds episode. She graduated from North Central college outside Chicago, got married, and returned to Colorado where s Cassie grew up in a small town at the very tip of southern Illinois. Who takes care of you, Carolyn?? Nicole's bodyguard has been shot and Nicole is nowhere to be found.
Her brother Dylan and his wife Nicole are at odds with each other. Dylan handed his reins to one of the other ranch hands and strode toward them. And millionaire playboy Nick Spencer may just be her fiercest protector. Not too long ago, the love of her life developed inoperable pancreatic cancer. Polly placed a plate full of raisin rolls on the table. That's when we meet our hero.
There are two other books in the series however which continue the stories of other minor characters from this book. This is the first book in the Christmas Carlisles series. Following up his New York Times best-selling Stupid American History, Gregory sets his sights on the holidays as he exposes mind-numbing mistletoe maladies in Stupid Christmas: Idiots under the Mistletoe. I first read it in April 2014 — only a few months ago — but I have been wanting to read it again ever since. There were too many liberties taken. He exudes confidence and take-charge attitude and Carolyn knows they're bound to butt heads.
After that great build up the end was quite a letdown. I don't think I will be buying them though just yet however if they became free or very discount price I would certainly get the next two. It was easy to connect to the characters as they felt quite real. Published in 2009 by Harlequin Intrigue, written by Cassie Miles. Well, girls and occasional boy , I didn't think it was possible, I was despairing in fact, but I did it. The prime suspect was Carolyn's neighbor and old boyfriend.
Still, with the enemy just as elusive as the agent's penetrating gaze, Carolyn secretly hoped Burke would let down his guard and act on their intense chemistry. I'm a fan of sweet romance so maybe this book wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I kept reading because I was intrigued by the whole mistery behind the kidnapping, and it sort of reminded me of a Criminal Minds episode. For once we got a leading man without a painful past. It just didn't feel right. She found her real-life hero, inherited three more grown kids and three grandchildren. And that's the only complaint I have about this story. She discovered that grapefruits grew on trees, television offered more than two channels, and all the other girls had breasts.
Still, with the enemy just as elusive as the agent's penetrating gaze, Carolyn secretly hoped Burke would let down his guard and act on their intense chemistry. He was domineering, stubborn and vowed never to let an assignment turn personal. To put the cherry on the cake, the ending was a terrible let down. It didn't go too far over the edge. I was not expecting the outcome to end like it did. A sudden ending left me confused and wanting more.
I got meself a winner here! Still, with the enemy just as elusive as the agent's penetrating gaze, Carolyn secretly hoped Burke would let down his guard and act on their intense chemistry. Not only was the Carlisle Ranch a target for sabotage just weeks before Christmas, but also her family had been threatened and danger lurked around every corner. . But Carolyn Carlisle knew she needed him. He was domineering, stubborn and vowed never to let an assignment turn personal. It was real close to Love at first sight. In looking for something easy and appealing to read for my slowly un-fogging brain I hit upon this book.
Before this the range had a deliberate fire and some other property damage, was someone warning them and now took it to another level? But, for the sake of Nicole, they toned down their battle of wills and worked together. Of course, we have competitors. That's when we meet our hero. Christmas at the Carlisles, a Harlequin Intrigue novel was written by Cassie Miles and published in 2009. But other than that the characters are well developed.