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Her Cowboy Soldier Can She Open Her Heart The Hartland Herald Isn T Exactly The Big Leagues But For Army Widow Amy Marshall It S The First Step To A Career That Will Allow Her To Support Her Young Daughter And Start A New Life In The City Unfortunately, Writing A Story That Will Get Her Noticed Requires Stepping On A Few Toes Josh Scofield S Toes, To Be ExactSure, Her Article Was Less Than Flattering She Probably Shouldn T Have Suggested The Injured Veteran Got His Teaching Position Unfairly, But A Real Reporter Can T Pull Punches And She Hadn T Pegged The Former Military Man As Someone Who Cared What Other People ThoughtAs She Digs Deeper, Though, Amy Realizes There S To Josh Than Just A Good Story But It Will Be Hard To Win His Trust, And Is There Any Point When She Doesn T Plan On Sticking Around This book had a promising start I liked the idea The characters seemed relatively well thought out The lot could have gone in 10 different directions, and most of them would have been a satisfying book.And then I got a quarter of the way in, and the hero and heroine are bickering And Amy turns into an extremely unlikable person Why Because of the asinine article she writes about Josh She s a hack journalist not even a pro she s moonlighting , this is her FIRST writer s gig, and she This book had a promising start I liked the idea The characters seemed relatively well thought out The lot could have gone in 10 different directions, and most of them would have been a satisfying book.And then I got a quarter of the way in, and the hero and heroine are bickering And Amy turns into an extremely unlikable person Why Because of the asinine article she writes about Josh She s a hack journalist not even a pro she s moonlighting , this is her FIRST writer s gig, and she hides behind her notebook I just wanted to stab her in the eye with her pencil What she did was reprehensible, ESPECIALLY for a small town You d think he was embezzling, or into kiddie porn, or an arsonist the way she was going on about how she was entitled to twist his words against him That single act turned me off of her from the start, and things only went downhill from there.Josh I never bought as the wounded warrior Sure, he lost his hand serving, but the whole woe is me act was trite and forced In fact, throughout the whole book, there was only ONE instance where it impacted him in any meaningful way, and even then it was external Geezus fuck, if you re going to hack off someone s hand, make it an impediment Make him struggleDon t just have him live in his head moaning and groaning every month or so about how nobody will ever love him because he wasn t whole, and then have him able to do ann teh same normal shit like everyone else does, WITH NO ISSUES I m still puzzling over how he managed the chainsawAnd the whole book the two were at each other s throats Moan and groan interspersed withbickering But NEVER did the two have a spark Not even a tiny bit No yearning No does s he even like me And then the ending Please two people who go out of their way to avoid each other, walk out of the room when the other walks in, share ONE chaste kiss that was barely a peck, DO NOT up and propose marriage a day later Oh, and the job offer Amy got from the magazine No way in HELL she would have been considered with the portfolio she had and the interview that happened, let alone with ONE submission to the magazine And no offense, but there is ZERO reason she has to move to write If there is any job where you can work from home, it s being a journalist which Amy is NOT, but I digress Dumb plot point, dumb turning point, dumb everything Amy is a war widow with a daughter who seems adrift in the world She is staying with her grandmother while the woman recuperates from a hip fracture She dreams of making it big as a journalist and is working for a small local newspaper I like Amy She has had a tragedy in her life, but is working toward her future She manages to annoy the local hero by insinuating he used his handicap to get his job Josh has been hurt in the war but has managed to move on I liked the sparks, the misunderst Amy is a war widow with a daughter who seems adrift in the world She is staying with her grandmother while the woman recuperates from a hip fracture She dreams of making it big as a journalist and is working for a small local newspaper I like Amy She has had a tragedy in her life, but is working toward her future She manages to annoy the local hero by insinuating he used his handicap to get his job Josh has been hurt in the war but has managed to move on I liked the sparks, the misunderstandings between the hero and heroine Josh is a worthy hero.I would have likeddepth into feelings,real conflict,of falling in love But an overall satisfying read with no graphic sex scenes This is an engrossing, uplifting story of two people who learn through love how to overcome losses brought on by war RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars

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