Crime Scene At Cardwell Ranch
After Hudson Savage betrayed her, Dana Cardwell hoped never to lay eyes on the seductive cowboy again. Until a bunch of old bones showed up on her family ranch. Suddenly her former lover was back in her life in a big wayâ€”to investigate a decades-old crime.Five years ago, Hud left town with a... show more
After Hudson Savage betrayed her, Dana Cardwell hoped never to lay eyes on the seductive cowboy again. Until a bunch of old bones showed up on her family ranch. Suddenly her former lover was back in her life in a big wayâ€”to investigate a decades-old crime.Five years ago, Hud left town with a heart load of regrets. But now, as acting interim marshal, he had a job to do. And this time he wasn't walking away. Because now Dana's life was on the lineâ€”as the unsuspecting target of a killer who still walked the canyon. Hud would do whatever it took to keep Dana close. Even if it meant risking his own heart for a second chance for both of them....
Publish date: February 14th 2006
Pages no: 250
Edition language: English
, Category Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Romantic Suspense
, Western Romance
Series: Montana Mystique (#1)
Cute little crime novel, a little simplistic, but still quite enjoyable. The writing was OK, even if it was a little repetitive in places.
eh. It was a predictable story with a flat plot and even less developed characters. It was free.Dana's brother was a colossal douchebag and I'm not sure how the next book is going to be about him. Also, Hud had potential and I wish we had more backstory about him and his family. Dana was a little on...
This is another 3.5. Which shocks the hell out of me. I keep reading these little Harlequin books hoping to like them and most of the time they are two-stars. The real shame of it is that this is a free book. It has been free for years, while the other ones cost money.The only real complaints I had ...
This book started off pretty strong, but then rapidly fell apart. I had to struggle to finish it for a reading challenge. Although it is a Harlequin book, I thought the author depended way too much on the romance dance and was very weak on the mystery aspect.