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Heartbreaker (Rescues, #3) summary Heartbreaker (Rescues, #3) , series Heartbreaker (Rescues, #3) , book Heartbreaker (Rescues, #3) , pdf Heartbreaker (Rescues, #3) , Heartbreaker (Rescues, #3) 0a49eed589 Michelle Cabot Has Inherited Her Father S Florida Cattle Ranch And A Mountain Of Debt To Make Matters Worse, A Huge Chunk Of That Debt Is Owed To The Neighboring Rancher, Her Nemesis John Rafferty.Nothing Shocks Rafferty Than Discovering That The Spoiled, Pampered Rich Girl He Once Despised Is Painstakingly Trying To Run The Cabot Ranch Herself, Working The Land With Desperation The Only Thing She Has Left He Likes This New Michelle And Decides To Make Her His Woman What He Doesn T Know Is That Underneath Michelle S Cool, Polished Fa Ade Lies Heartache, Secrets And The Raw Determination To Live Life As Her Own Woman But Rafferty Isn T About To Take No For An Answer.


10 thoughts on “Heartbreaker (Rescues, #3)

  1. says:

    2.5 STARSI kind of knew this was going to happen It was too good to be true Three books by Linda Howard this month and all of them ended up on my ultimate favorite shelf.I would have rated this one 5 stars too if I had read it 30 years ago though I was way too young back then I m sure my mom would have loved it though.In fact, the whole book felt kind of funny and outdated to me The descriptions and dialogues were a little bit too old fashioned for my liking The characters physical appea 2.5 STARSI kind of knew this was going to happen It was too good to be true Three books by Linda Howard this month and all of them ended up on my ultimate favorite shelf.I would have rated this one 5 stars too if I had read it 30 years ago though I was way too young back then I m sure my mom would have loved it though.In fact, the whole book felt kind of funny and outdated to me The descriptions and dialogues were a little bit too old fashioned for my liking The characters physical appearance wasn t too appealing either.For instance Michelle had sucked in her breath at the sight of him, the sun glinting off his coal black hair, his dark eyes narrowed under prominent black brows, a neat black mustache shadowing the firm line of his upper lipYeah Nope.No disrespect, but I refused to picture him like that so I decided to alter him slightly here and there in my imagination.However, all my eff...


  2. says:

    You gotta love the fashions described Lol I m becoming a huge fan of Linda Howard Her writing reminds me of Sandra Brown.


  3. says:

    It was just too dated for me The shoulder pads, the moustache, the panty hose He was a bit of an ass but I liked him.Not her best.I felt I was in the middle of a scene from Dynasty, Dallas or Falcon Crest c mon, some of you must remember those shows the originals


  4. says:

    This is finally available in audio and thank goodness the narrator is pretty decent4 Broody Cowboy Loving Stars Loved this the first time I read it several years ago and loved the audio version just as much Michelle grew up a pampered princess by her doting parents, especially her beloved father John is the hard working surly neighbouring rancher who loathes pampered and spoiled Michelle.at least he tries to 10 yrs later at 28 years old, a beaten down Michelle is divorced from h This is finally available in audio and thank goodness ...


  5. says:

    Well, well, well, what do you know When Linda Howard puts her mind into developing her main female character as much if notthan her beloved Alpha romantic heroes, she can write quite enjoyable stories.Michelle Cabot has been the apple of her father s eye, the pampered princess of his Florida cattle ranch, the spoiled heiress who goes jet setting all over the world, the coddled wife of the scion of a quasi aristocratic American famil...


  6. says:

    John Rafferty is a cynic and he has reason to be, his mother couldn t take ranch life and ran out when he was very small, when John took over and made the ranch successful she kept contacting him for money, he was also briefly married He s a heart breaker with a reputation of a womanizer but for ten years one woman has tormented him, Michelle, his neighbours daughter, rich, spoiled, haughty and high maintenance John doesn t have a very flattering opinion of her since her father borrowed heavil John Rafferty is a cynic and he has reason to be, his mother couldn t take ranch life and ran out when he was very small, when John took over and made the ranch successful she kept contacting him for money, he was also briefly married He s a heart breaker with a reputation of a womanizer but for ten years one woman has tormented him, Michelle, his neighbours daughter, rich, spoiled, haughty and high maintenance John doesn t have a very flattering opinion of her since her father borrowed heavily to give her life luxuries and she even married a very rich guy but that s all wrong.Michelle was a late blessing in life to her parents so she allowed them to pamper her When she met John a decade ago, she felt too much for him but knew about his reputation so she has always acted haughty in front of him Now, her father is dead an...


  7. says:

    Liked thison my second reading It just has a level of passion and angst that I like I also enjoyed how at first he was all about how she d been so spoiled all her life but that soon all he wanted to do was spoil her himself I liked how he h...


  8. says:

    John Patrick Rafferty An original Alpha Male.Michelle Langley Broken, strong woman that has to face her past before she can have a future with the only man she has ever loved.Amazing story of people who had a past and are destined to be together.Full review to come.


  9. says:

    Poor little rich girl is misjudged by the arrogant, man s man rancher Mostly it is because he wants her and he thought she didn t want him.In typical old school LH style, the hero is a pushy alpha and a sexist jerk, but LH manages to pull off those characters well IMHO The heroine is on the run from her abusive ex and trying to make it on her own for once after a lifetime of being taken care of by her overprotective father The hero comes in and steamrolls her off her ranch and onto his She d Poor little rich girl is misjudged by the arrogant, man s man rancher Mostly it is because he wants her and he thought she didn t want him.In typical old school LH style, the hero is a pushy alpha and a sexist jerk, but LH manages to pull off those characters well IMHO The heroine is on the run from her abusive ex and trying to make it on her own for once after a lifetime of being taken care of by her overprotective father The hero comes in and steamroll...


  10. says:

    Well, this book was rather disappointing, especially after the first two in this series, which I enjoyed immensely One of the reasons I love Linda Howard is her superior, effortlessly good writing, but I don t know, it didn t seem like her in this one It seemed to lack any depth I liked the set up of the storyline and was quite excited by the theme when it started, but LH s magic definitely was lacking in the execution It should have been good, but it just wasn t The heroine was TSTL, the h Well, this book was rather disappointing, especially after the first two in this series, which I enjoyed immensely One of the reasons I love Linda Howard is her superior, effortlessly good writing, but I don t know, it didn t seem like her in this one It seemed to lack any depth I liked the set up of the storyline and was quite excited by the theme when it started, but LH s magic definitely was lacking in the execution It should have been good, but it just wasn t The heroine was TSTL, the hero was a macho shithead and neither of them spoke to each other I get it like in real life if you re not sure of the other person, you keep things to yourself, but these two were just stupid together, neither one of them talking about a stalker that was trying to kill them both I didn t li...


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