Sunday, June 3, 2012

Review: Valley of fire by Janelle Tayor

4 STARS The story of the Valley of fire has a lot of mistakes they are always jumping ahead trying to out figure the other person so they don't risk thier hearts. They also have people trying to hurt someone because of jealousy. Kathleen Alexander is visiting the Valley of Fire when her car breaks down and her jug of water is empty. She passes out in the middle of the road. Steven Winngate was riding his motorcycle on his way to a business meeting when he almost hit the car in the middle of the road. He could not wake the blond and he figured out the car was not working. So he locked up her things in the trunk and tied her to him on his bike to take her to get help. Steven finally came upon cop car and flaged them down and told then where he found her. They asked for his id and thought he was not The wealthy oilman. They also saw his gun in his boot so they cuffed him, when he got angry at them. Before they could get him to the jail they found out he was telling the truth. Kathleen also goes by the way Brandy Alexander writer but she does not like to tell people who she is. The ER Doctor comes on to her and she says not. He figures out who she is and asks her out a few times a day. He snooped in her briefcase and then uses that information and lies to get rid of Steven. Steven comes to visit Kathleen but gives false name because too many women come on to him because he is rich good looking & powerful. Because of what the doctor told him he thinks Brandy faked her car trouble to meet him and get a false story for his magazine cancelled. Plus he thought she was writing a story about him and her rescue. Brandy is shocked when he tells her he owns the magazine. Brandy is falling for him but he is keeping secrets from her and she does not want him to know how much she cares. Thier are a few love scenes. A lot of fights before things work out. I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest review from Netgalley 05/14/2012 PUB Bell Bridge Books

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