Rule number one: never settle down. J. B. Hammock treated his women well, but with a no-strings detachment they gladly accepted. Until sweet Tellie Maddox began hovering around, caring about him. And when Tellie lost her memory, she believed she was J.B.’s friend. Even he couldn’t be so... show more
Rule number one: never settle down. J. B. Hammock treated his women well, but with a no-strings detachment they gladly accepted. Until sweet Tellie Maddox began hovering around, caring about him. And when Tellie lost her memory, she believed she was J.B.’s friend. Even he couldn’t be so heartless as to push Tellie aside, and so he played his role...until friendship turned into something deeper than a heartbreaker like J.B. had ever intended. Then Tellie’s memory returned....
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 1st 2006
Pages no: 174
Edition language: English
Series: Long, Tall Texans 7 (#29)
There was just so much weirdness in this one. One secondary character talks about how her mom cared more about her career than her family, adding "It was almost a relief for Dad, and us, when she died." Wow. Later she mentions casually that she's prone to migraines, as if she'd said, "Oh yeah, an el...
A 3.5 stars. It's exactly the kind of story I love, where the girl is sweet and undemanding and innocent and the guy not-so-sweetbut redeeming himself in the end. I loved the fact that Tellie has been in love with him for years. Another great Diana Palmer read
4.5 stars rounded upWell, Palmer was full of the WTFery with this one! I'm still buzzing from the high. This "hero" was one of biggest d*cks I've read about in a spell. Though, I kinda liked the description of him as big, tall, with big ears and big feet. Don't ask me why but I did love my menta...
I've always loved the unrequited, friends to lovers romance trope. Sadly, on this one the hero has no redeeming qualities whatsoever. He was cruel to the heroine from start to finish. He didn't even grovel. Instead of going after the heroine, he elected to fix his damaged house first!!!
Heartbreaker by Diana PalmerA lot of secrets come out throughout this book that make terrible thingshappen as some don't stop to listen and ask about the incidents.Telli and her sisters are brought up by Marge and her husband, who's passedaway. Her brother is also there and his secrets come out also...