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First Lady of romance fiction Each of the fifty novels is set in a different state researched by Janet and her husband Bill For the. Don t you want to tell me how much you love and adore me and how you can hardly wait to marry me Coley asked mockingly I was so looking forward to that partEven though her own heart was breaking she could still derive pleasure watching the angry scowl on Jason s face How upsetting for him and his plans for the Slash S ranch that Coley wasn t falling into his arms as he had thought she would

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Savage Land

Every novel in this collection is your passport to a romantic tour of the United States through time honored favorites by America's. I had to keep checking who wrote this It is totally Diane Palmer but no way it was Janet Dailey What Innocent child like virgin Check Mean older hero Check Purple prose Check kind of It was so DP it three me off but it was a good Old story from the HP vault and I enjoyed it Was it great Not really but it was what I was teethed on from my Mom a certified Janet DailyDiane Palmer aficionado and the most awesome Mom ever She introduced me to Harleuins and true love She always told me and my husband to always love each other And never forget this sex is fun and it s free Lol We were poor but she adored my Father It s so funny because she had me when she was 39 and I always thought she was old because she had grey hair but OMG she was never old She loved him until the day she died at 92 they were married 53 years before he died at 78 she missed him so much Every day she would remember him Sometimes h

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Daileys it was an odyssey of discovery For you it's the journey of a lifetime Your tour of desire begins with this story set in Texa. Coley and Jase s story It was short and okay


10 thoughts on “Savage Land

  1. says:

    I had to keep checking who wrote this It is totally Diane Palmer but no way it was Janet Dailey??? What?? Innoce

  2. says:

    Savage Land is the story of Coley and JaseA angsty yet sweet tale of blooming love between a weird hybrid of Pollyanna and Mary Sue heroine and a brooding hero Our heroine shares a very close relationship with her brother and moves into a distant relative's ranch when they fall on hard times She is met by her aunt the aunt's paraplegic and very grumpy brother and the brother's vilified grandson the hero There are other characters too The

  3. says:

    Plucky orphaned Mary Sue lands in a ranch where all the family members harbor deep seated grudges against each other stemming from past tragedies therefore making life at the ranch a living hell Since she has no jo

  4. says:

    While this book and the others like it in Dailey's Americana series is fairly dated in many ways now it still was an enjoyable read As a formula romance it's full of largely sterotypical characters but each has enough personality to not just feel like the author just picked up the naive young woman type and bitter Marlboro man type puppets

  5. says:

    Ah yes a favorite type of read for me A couple hours in a romantic place on a sunny afternoon A story of misunderstanding hatred attraction and finally Love Just the way I like them

  6. says:

    Don't you want to tell me how much you love and adore me and how you can hardly wait to marry me? Coley asked mockingly' I was so looking forward to that partEven though her own heart was breaking she could still derive pleasure watching the angry scowl on Jason's face How upsetting for him and his plans for the Slash S ranch that Coley wasn't falling into his arms as he had thought she would

  7. says:

    If you are looking for an enjoyable romance this one will fit the bill

  8. says:

    Coley and Jase's story It was short and okay

  9. says:

    Weak and shallow heroine Inconsistencies

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    Don't you want to tell me how much you love and adore me and how you can hardly wait to marry me? Coley asked mockingly' I was so looking forward to that partEven though her own heart was breaking she could still derive pl