Monday, June 17, 2013
Marooned with the Maverick
Rust Creek Ramblings Seducing the Schoolteacher?
We apologize, dear readers, for our brief hiatus in publication. The offices of the Rust Creek Rambler were damaged in the Great Flood, but we are now filing our reports from a bar stool at the Ace in the Hole. And do we have scandalous news for you!
We have it on good authority that during the storm, gorgeous rapscallion Collin Traub was stranded with our beloved kindergarten teacher Willa Christensen—alone. In a barn. Overnight. No one knows why, but Willa could barely stand the sight of Collin before. And now? Oh, readers—we don't like to kiss and tell. But our sources tell us that the sexy Rust Creek cowboy has set his sights on lassoing the sweet schoolmarm for good!
This was an intense book from the very beginning. It was a really good read. The characters were perfect for each other, but wouldn't do anything about it. It got to the point where I was starting to get frustrated with them. They did finally end up realizing it though. Even before that, they had developed a really good friendship that was really sweet.
This book seemed to go really fast. The whole book took place over the time when the town was flooded, and while they cleaned up the town. It was fast, but just enough to keep me interested.
Overall, I really liked this book. The main problem I had with it was that there were aspects of Church and such in the book, but the characters were sleeping together outside of marriage. I wish the author would have chosen one or the other. If there is a religious aspect to the book, I wish it would be throughout every aspect of the book.
I received this book for free in return for an honest review.