Trainor, review of Town Social; Gerry Benninger, review of Tennessee Waltz; Kathe Robin, review of Southern Charms; Evelyn Feiner, review of Spellbound. He fled, but returns to spy Wendi, the daughter of the mistress, performing witchcraft. It had all the elements to be a great novel but the pacing was slow and the lack of a antagonist made this love story a bit. Trana Mae Simmons lives in a historical town in East Texas, with her family and pets. So when she tells him to head down to Texas to investigate the possibility that the daughter of her deceased friend has been found, he is helpless to naysay her even though.
So arriving on the ranch under the pretense of becoming an investor in the failing ranch she meant a beautiful but tiny adopted daughter of the owners and realizes he's in big trouble. But he won't give up. Ellie is a determined beauty running a ranch for her adoptive mother and sister. She told him how silly it was that the scars don't make the man and to remember he saved those people's lives in the process. When the orphan's mother wants her child back, Sunny wrestles with her feelings for the child and for Jake. Historical paranormal romance by Trana Mae Simmons; originally published by Jove.
Her web site for her romance writing is www. She also, kissing them and shows tenderness because he was horribly insecure about them. Helfer, review of Forever Angels; Lizabelle Cox, review of Mountain Magic; Frances L. She stays in Tennessee as a school teacher and does her best to win over the mountain community and a man's heart. She enjoys researching her historical romances as much as writing them. Romantic Times, September 12, 2003 , author bio; M.
She's as skittish as a deer when he first makes his move but she surprises him by returning his desire. It wasn't because she was stuck up or anything, she was just not secure in believing any man could love her. So arriving on the ranch under the pretense of becoming an investor in the failing ranch she meant a beautiful but tiny adopted daughter of the owners and realizes he's in big t The hero is a big man, strong and has a reputation of being ruthless in business but when it comes to his mother she us in control. When not writing, she loves to travel and explore both off-the-beaten-paths and tourist sites. Her first book Frontier Rogue, was published two years after she began writing; it was published under a pseudonym, Carolyn Chase, which she has not used since her first publication. With her head spinning, the heroine tries to centre herself in reality.
Only, she doubts herself again come morning and the constant running of hot and cold is making the hero dizzy. Despite the heroine's habit of looking for the worst case scenario instead of thinking before jumping to conclusions she is quite a lovely person. Under the Covers, October 31, 1996 , Laurie Shallah, review of Forever Angels; Harriet Klausner, reviews of Southern Charms and Spellbound. This was because she was afraid of taking that chance and putting herself out there. She's got a lot of think about as her ranch very well be lost to her and there's this strange woman who has entered her life claiming to be her Fairy Godmother.
I can't wait to read more from this wonderful writer, the book is very hard to put down. Because he is attracted to her, he agrees to help her find her mother's diary, most likely located on his family's property. If there are ghosts roaming around where she visits, that delights her immensely. I don't know what it was, but It just couldn't grab my attention like I really thought it would. She is rescued by a young boy whose foster father is a rancher and sheriff. She suddenly finds herself on an 1893 Oklahoma Territory ranch with a broken ankle.
I won't say boring but 'Uneventful'. Still, with the secret out about his reason for being in Texas and the heroine's skittishness, it's going to take a dose of magic to finally break her free of the chains that bind her. I enjoyed this book but I did find there was a disconnect that prevented me from loving it. Fatima, fairy godmother extraordinaire, chooses a mate for Texan Ellie Parker from New York. Shane Morgan comes to the South to find out whether Ellie is the long lost daughter of his mother's best friend-a daughter who will inherit a fortune. Perhaps down the road I will try it again because it had sparks of brilliance in it that deserves a second try.
Still, the very notion such a man would pay any interest in her has her fleeing in terror. Simmons creates a wonderfully engaging pair of lovers whose relationship develops with lots of fire and sass. The heroine takes one look at this giant of a man and is struck dumb but the feeling that he's the most perfect man she's ever encounter. She shames him for ever for a second thinking his scars are ugly and gets quite angry when he uses them as an excuse to keep things from her. I always read book after book and after the first few pages I couldn't remember what I read before, this story keeps the mind thinking about the story through the day even when your not reading it! Fatima has her work cut out getting these two together.
The hero is a big man, strong and has a reputation of being ruthless in business but when it comes to his mother she us in control. I found the hero charming and relentless in his pursuit of the skittish heroine even though he himself has severe insecurities as well. Living at the hotel in town and frequently popping around the ranch to lead his aid, she is torn between the attraction she has for him and her own self doubts. When the heroine discovers this, I adored how she handled it. To the hero, he's in love and he's found the perfect woman to spend his life with, now all he has to do in convince her to marry him. Fatima, fairy godmother extraordinaire, chooses a New Yorker as Texas rancher Ellie Parker's mate.
Fatima finds Shane Morgan to determine whether the heart-hardened Ellie actually is an heiress to a fortune. He woos her while she is unaware of his real intentions. Fatima's latest project is orphan Ellie, who runs her adoptive family's ranch in 1890 Texas. Which pains me because I didn't dislike it. Historical paranormal romance by Trana Mae Simmons; originally published by Jove There is no story better written for the book lover of love stories. .