Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Reunion at Cardwell Ranch by B.J. Daniels (Cardwell Cousins)


New York Times bestselling author B.J. Daniels continues her acclaimed Cardwell Ranch series!

The last of his clan to come home to Big Sky, Montana, Laramie Cardwell wasn't planning to spend the holidays chasing an elusive cat burglar. He's stunned to discover that the masked, black-clad figure he tackles to the snowy ground is a woman. After a distracting and sizzling kiss, she flees Laramie, who's knocked senseless by the culprit. Even though he manages to hold on to the stash in the melee, the sexy thief single-handedly steals Laramie's heart! Now he'll move any mountain to capture the mystery woman whose kiss still smolders on his lips.
  • Print Length: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Intrigue (January 1, 2016)

My review:  Reunion at Cardwell Ranch by B.J. Daniels (Cardwell Cousins #5) 

This is the 5 book about the Cardwell Cousins.  I liked it but it would have been so much better if it were longer. But this had to fit the pages. so some scenes felt rushed.  Lot of drama, mysteries was not sure of what was really going on.  Who to trust. There was one love scene.
The setting is Big Sky, Montana December.
Laramie Cardwell the last brother that is still living in Texas and single. 
 He is out looking at a possible house for a second home.  When he sees a cat burglar and catches him or her.  She kisses him to distract him to get away on a snowmobile.  He does have the stolen painting.
Only nothing was stolen.  Laramie takes the painting to have it authentic and is told that it is real.  He is offered 30,000 for it.

Laramie can not forget the kiss and those eyes.  He knows he will recognize her lips again when he sees her.  Sheriff thinks Laramie's brothers are playing tricks on him.

We see right away who the cat burglar is but not know why she wants to steal all the paintings.  There are a few other twists and turns to figure out too.

I like the characters, it is nice to see some familiar characters back again.  This book can stand alone okay.
I liked the ending.

I was given this ebook to read by Netgalley and Harlequin.  In exchange for a honest review of 
Reunion at Cardwell Ranch.

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