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Reviewed for THC ReviewsCinnamon and Roses is the first book in Heidi Betts’ Rose Trilogy, and it was also her very first published novel. As such it’s a tad rough around the edges in places, but overall, it was a pretty good story for a debut effort. It’s a historical western romance in which we have the wealthy son of the stagecoach line owner who is a know womanizer paired with a scrappy young woman who spent her early years growing up in the back room of a brothel. They must battle her insec...
I do not usually pick up western romances. I tend more to historical romances or JAFF. However, this book was one offered under Kindle Unlimited so I decided to download it.As other reviews have told you, this is about a young woman, raised in a brothel who runs away just when the madame decides she is "of age". Fortunately for her she is "adopted" and reared by a widow who teaches her a trade as a seamstress.And, when she confronts a rich, strong and handsome man who refuses to pay the bill for...
There are times when reading a satisfying romance is a must! This one falls into that category. I have never spelled cinnamon quite this sweet...
A Very Good BookHow do you tell a story about how to love, and about murder, or intent to murder. This story has it all. Consider a Seamstress who has practicality raised herself and ran away from home at the age of 13 and never wanting to see her mother again. However, that was somewhat not the way it turns out.A very exciting book.
Definitely check out this book!Rebecca and Caleb are both weary around the opposite gender for good reasons. Rebecca grew up in a brothel and Caleb tried to make a fallen woman into a wife. Then Rebecca ends up pregnant with Caleb's child and unwillingly marries Caleb. Slowly, they fall in love with each other. But Sabrina, his mistress before they wed wants her revenge.
As a man, I typically do not read these type of books, however, this book is fantastic! It is a great start for Heidi Betts' career!
DNF. I read 50% and then finished the final chapter. I don't thin I missed much. It's books like this that give Romance Books a bad name. Kindle archive.