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Romance
Author: Jaclyn M. Hawkes
ISBN: 0615517773
Subcategory: Contemporary
Pages 269 pages
Publisher Brigham Distributing (October 4, 2011)
Language English
Category: Romance
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 595
ePUB size: 1293 kb
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by Jaclyn M. Hawkes


She grew up with 6 sisters, 4 brothers and any number of pets.

She grew up with 6 sisters, 4 brothers and any number of pets. It was never boring!) She got a bachelor’s degree, had a career and traveled extensively before settling down to her life’s work of being the mother of four magnificent and sometimes challenging children. She loves shellfish, the out of doors, the youth, and hearing her children laugh.

She grew up with 6 sisters, 4 brothers and any number of pets

She grew up with 6 sisters, 4 brothers and any number of pets.

Hawkes, Jaclyn M. It was still sore, but at least she could begin to start using it again and was completely off the pain medicine except for some Ibuprofen. to the Taco Rocket and she didn’t miss being stranded on the highway one bit. It probably would be awful to go back to her lemon at the end of the summer, but she drove the SUV gladly anyway.

The Outer Edge of Heaven. Hawkes, Jaclyn M. Montana truly is heavenly. Especially those handsome cowboys. When her all-powerful parents actually choose her future husband, who just happens to be a divorce lawyer named Elroy, Charlie opts out and heads for Big Sky Country. After all, who marries a divorce lawyer? She and her best friend Fo, who have been buddies since the third grade, go to work on his cousin’s sprawling ranch in the heart of the Montana Rockies.

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Montana truly is heavenly. Especially a certain handsome rancher. Her parents want a clout wielding attorney, safely enthroned in an appropriately high end Mercedes sedan and a tailored business suit. Especially those handsome cowboys! Her parents want a clout wielding attorney. She just wants to teach kindergarten. When her all-powerful parents actually choose her future husband, -a divorce lawyer named Elroy, Charlie opts out and heads for Big Sky Country to work on a sprawling ranch in the heart of the Montana Rockies. Filled with colorful characters of all More.

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Montana truly is heavenly. Especially a certain handsome rancher. Her parents want a clout wielding attorney, safely enthroned in an appropriately high end Mercedes sedan and a tailored business suit. She just wants to teach kindergarten. When her “all-powerful” parents actually choose her future husband, who just happens to be a divorce lawyer named Elroy, Charlie opts out and heads for Big Sky Country. After all, who marries a divorce lawyer? She and her best friend Fo, who have been buddies since the third grade, go to work on his cousin’s sprawling ranch in the heart of the Montana Rockies. Filled with colorful characters of all shapes, sizes and species, including an orphaned baby pig, most of the Langston family put the fun in dysfunctional, -give or take a couple of black sheep. There’s one in every family, isn’t there? Add to that glorious scenery, a horse of her own, and one extremely attractive cousin rancher, Luke Langston, and it makes for a summer never to be forgotten. Which might not be a good thing. She has the time of her life, but her heart may never recover. Once again, Jaclyn M. Hawkes spins a tale filled with a deft mix of humor, romance, and tension that will leave you wishing that she’d kept on writing.
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4 STARS

I liked the plot of this story. The humor was funny. The characters were likeable and still had faults and good points.

Charlie goes with her best friend Fo to work at his family ranch in Montana instead of going home after she graduates from collage and standing up for what she wants against her parents. Fo's relatives are surprised when his best friend since he was young is actually a girl.

Charlie wants to be a teacher someday. She is smart, talented, strong except when facing her parents. They want her to be a lawyer and have picked out her future husband Elroy. She is single and does not plan to marry a divorce lawyer her parents have chosen for her.

Luke is running his family ranch helping his father. He is surprised to find Charlie is a girl. He has to figure out where he can put her. He really says they need help with the children. Luke is engaged to be married.

Jamie is 2 years old and cute sounding little boy.
Evie and Elsa are four and five years old
Tuckett is 14 years old

Chase is the oldest. He works out a lot and chases the girls. He does as little as he can.

Chase and Luke's mother died. Tuckett's mother left his father when he was only 6. Richard's third marriage is not happy.

Charlie is strong and makes a difference with everyone. Stepping into help with the little ones. Just like Luke asked for help. If only she can stand up to her parents.

These characters have real problems that a lot of people are facing. Dealing with moral problems, stalkers, teens smoking, unwed pregnancy.

I like reading Jaclyn M. Hawkes books and will continue reading them.
MarF
Like many Kindle freebies this one has editing issues, however, it still manages to be an entertaining read. I liked Charlie and Luke, though I found her relationship with her parents to be somewhat bizarre. There are two male characters who are not good but I really thought Chase was going to end up as more of a bad guy than he did.

Luke's dad has three sets of kids. Chase and Luke are adults and their mom died when they were young. They have a teenaged brother whose mom left him and their dad and they have three young siblings whose mom is a flight attendant who regularly cheats on their dad. It is said that he doesn't divorce her because he doesn't want the kids to think that commitments can just be ended and also because if they divorced, he would have to give their mother at least partial custody and this way he knows the kids are cared for. I can sort of see the logic, but...

The main characters are members of the LDS church and there are references to LDS customs. For example, Luke and Fo ask other characters who have problems if they would like a blessing. This is evidently more than just praying for someone. That being said, it wasn't a preachy book or one that encouraged anyone to become Mormon. Grade: B-
porosh
The story line is good, the characters are juvenile as is the writing. I kept wondering if it was written by an eighth grader. It definitely needs editing. The book could have been completed in 100 pages. It was a bit repetitious. I did enjoy the characters but think the author misrepresented the main characters ages, many of their dialogues sounded as if they were teenagers, I've think this happened because it was the only way the author knew to portray them as wholesome. The attempt by the author to try to use 18th century words, made up words and her thesaurus were aggravating, I think she wanted to make your typical cowboy romance different, it didn't work. If you have don't have ALOT of time to read there are much better free books than this one. One of the very few books that I was just hoping would end because the writing and editing were so bad
Jay
Storyline was pretty good. The main characters are supposed to be in their twenties, yet I found the diologue to be extremely juvenile, and the phrasing during the narration aged them--almost like you were inside the head of a baby boomer.
Also, while I understand they're Mormon and hold to certian values, that was taken a bit far to be realistic for two people so young, it felt more appropriate for a mid-century storyline.
The two main characters were better than good, they were written to be pretty darn near perfect, complete with the burden of flawed side characters which brought out their self-sacrificing/patient/enduring sides. Its not that those arent good things, it was the fact that they were seemingly unaffected by temptation, and their strengths were certainly showcased. Made it difficult to relate to. At times the leading female character came off as self-rightous when reasoning with herself though I definitely don't think that was the intent of the author.
She was irritating with her immaturity and at times flat out unreasonable. Drove me nuts.
Those things distracted from the story, making it hard to finish. Really hard. Just not believable and I was frequently reminded of that.
Had potential though, just didnt get there for me. I've read other books by this author that I liked...this just wasn't one of them.
Thoginn
I can't believe how much I love this book. It warms my heart to read a very good book. It had enough turns to make me wonder how was the bad guy. I read enough to guess how is bad but not this time. I will save it & read it again later on. I will be looking for a nother book by her. Try & see for yourself. Happy Reading. ????????????????
Envias
JMH has written a modern western about a young woman from Connecticut who graduated from BYU with a BA in Business and a BA in Teaching. She goes home with her friend to the ranch in Montana and falls for one of the brothers, Luke. Thee are problems that occurred that were resolved with hello from law enforcement and Herr parents interference. This is an excellent read for the genre..... ER