mobi Ì Almost Home ↠ Barbara Freethy
Kes Katherine in his arms he unleashes the passion simmering just below her cool exterior Yes her probing uestions and tantalizing ways could cause nothing but trouble but sometimes a man needs a little troubleTROUBLE IN PARADISEKatherine Whitfield hadn't left her seamless life in California to get mixed up with a rough around the edges man like Zach Tyler With his well worn jeans and slow seductive smile he was n A perfectly stupid book Unbelievable characters dialogue and mist especially situations Really who gets married in a couple of weeks to a perfect stranger?
Barbara Freethy ↠ Almost Home ebook
Almost HomeTROUBLE IN PARADISE Katherine Whitfield hadn't left her seamless life in California to get mixed up with a rough around the edges man like Zach Tyler With his well worn jeans and slow seductive smile he was nothing but a cowboy on the wrong side of the Mississippi a diversion in her heartfelt uest to discover the father she never knewZach has a gentle hand with horses and a seductive touch with womenand when he ta Ended up skimming I don't like things that don't make sense The heroine who doesn't know who her biological father is finds a clue to his home town and his first initial J She travels into a deeply conservative small town and announces to strangers that she is there to find her fatherShe is totally convinced that he will be thrilled to meet her and will instantly love her She does not give any thought to the possibility that an illegitimate daughter appearing out of the blue may come as a shock and shatter people's lives Surely anyone with any intelligence would first have tried to figure out who her father is and approach him in private instead of stirring up gossip and speculation?Also it seems contrived that almost every male in town is around fifty the right age to be her father and their names begin with JThe heroine has strong clues to her mother's past but she does nothing to follow them up just keeps asking uestions about the men she suspects of being her father Why does she not show a photo of her mother to anyone? Surely that would have been the obvious thing to do but of course it would have led her to the truth too soon Another thing that bothered me was the hero's character He is all over the place going from disliking the heroine to lusting after her wanting her gone not being able to resist her not wanting to get involved because she'll want marriage and babies being madly in lust wanting to push her away being in love hating her because she deceived him to forgiving her and loving her and wanting to marry her all in the space of less than a week It's too head spinning particularly as the hero isn't progressing from stage to stage but they seem to run parallel without enough time to move from one frame of mind to another