Hard Rain|B. J. Daniels
Hard Rain : A Western Romance
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Sooner or later, every family secret comes to light...

When Brody McTavish sees Harper Hamilton's runaway horse galloping across the pastures, he does what any good cowboy would do--gives chase and rescues her. Unfortunately for him, the woman he's secretly loved for years didn't need saving, and she's just reached her limit with people treating her as hopeless. But they soon have bigger problems when they make a gruesome discovery--human remains revealed by a recent rainstorm. Remains that will dredge up old Hamilton family mysteries...and bring about a scandal that could threaten all Harper's loved ones.

With her father running for president, every move Harper makes is under scrutiny. But despite the risks, she's determined to uncover the truth about her family's role in a long-ago murder. If she can trust him enough, Brody will be more than an ally. He could be the only thing standing between Harper and an enemy intent on keeping the past buried forever.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780373789139
  • ISBN-10: 0373789130
  • Publisher: Hqn
  • Publish Date: March 2016
  • Dimensions: 6.6 x 4.1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds
  • Page Count: 384

Romance: Secrets of a cowboy

Mayhem finds its way to Montana in Hard Rain, part of B.J. Daniels’ Montana Hamiltons series. After finishing grad school, Harper Hamilton returns to the family ranch, where she runs into hunky neighbor Brody McTavish—and then they run straight into trouble. The pair, who have long harbored secret feelings for each other, find a mummified corpse. To make matters worse, the body is that of Brody’s missing cousin—a young woman who was said to be the lover of Harper’s married grandfather and had not been seen in decades. Everyone in the small Montana town assumes the newly awakened ill feelings between Harper and Brody’s families will mean the end of their relationship, but their attraction is too strong. Ignoring all obstacles, the two join together to solve the mystery, stirring up trouble for family and old acquaintances alike. Will love survive the threatening darkness? Several storylines and character viewpoints create an engrossing maze for readers who enjoy a slice of crime served with their Western romance.

Sparks between neighbors turn to fire in the Georgian romance Because of Miss Bridgerton by Julia Quinn. Billie Bridgerton ran wild in the countryside with the children of the neighboring Rokesby estate, though George, the eldest Rokesby and heir to an earldom, always looked upon her with disapproval. But what does she care about that stick-in-the-mud? However, they’ve grown into adults, and the things that used to rub her the wrong way about him now feel entirely different. George stoically bears the weight of his responsibilities, but he’s grown weary of life. Now, Billie is challenging him with her headstrong, reckless and oh-so-intriguing ways. They spat, they spar, they decide each is the worst possible person with whom to fall in love—but their hearts disagree. When trouble arrives, the two team up to weather the storm, and this pairing proves they have something worth pursuing and holding onto forever. Fast-paced banter and appealing characters make this love story a standout.

Emily March returns readers to her charming Eternity Springs series in Reunion Pass. Former sweethearts Lori Reese and Chase Timberlake find themselves once again in their Colorado hometown. Lori is a veterinarian, and adventurer Chase has come home to heal after a tragedy. Though the old chemistry between them has returned as well, Lori remains wary. Past experience is hard to forget. Not only did Chase give up on their young love, her father was absent during her growing-up years, too—cementing the message that men might not be worthy of trust. But as Chase weaves himself back into the fabric of the town, he finds his way deep into Lori’s heart. It’s up to him to convince her that he’s now ready to put down roots. Chase’s healing process and Lori’s cautious outlook are emotionally gripping and add poignancy to this small-town story of reunited lovers. March has written a warm and thoroughly satisfying read.


This article was originally published in the April 2016 issue of BookPage. Download the entire issue for the Kindle or Nook.