Friday, August 1, 2014

Rescue at Cardwell Ranch & Wanted Woman by B.J. Daniels

Title: Rescue at Cardwell Ranch & Wanted Woman
Series: Cardwell Cousins #1/Cascades Concealed #3
Author: B.J. Daniels
Published: May 27/14 by Harlequin
Length: 448pgs
Format: ecopy
Genre: romantic suspense
Shelf: netgalley
Rating: ★★★★★

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Meet the Cardwell Cousins, the highly anticipated continuation of the Cardwell Ranch collection read by more than 2 MILLION!

Saving her once was risky. Rescuing her again may be fatal.

In Rescue At Cardwell Ranch, when Hayes Cardwell arrived in Big Sky, Montana, for his brother's wedding, the Texas P.I. didn't expect to play hero, but ever since he saved her from a brutal abductor, he can't get McKenzie Sheldon out of his mind and heart.

McKenzie was drawn to Hayes from the moment she awoke and saw the tall, dark cowboy who'd saved her like some Western fantasy. But can he protect her from a danger that's much closer than they think?

In the reader-favorite Wanted Woman, Maggie Randolph was searching for something and running from someone. But she didn't plan on meeting a man she could…trust. Except Timber Falls Deputy Sheriff Jesse Tanner had to catch her before it was too late.

My Review:

Daniels is a master at balancing suspense with romance to create an unforgettable tale. Both of the novels included in this set had me on the edge of my seat. Daniel’s mastery of the English language along with her phenomenal storytelling will keep you riveted throughout. She draws you in right from the very beginning, painting a picture for you. The beauty of Montana shines through in Rescue at Cardwell Ranch. In Wanted Woman the subject matter really packs a punch.

The characters in Rescue at Cardwell Ranch draw you right into the thick of things. They easily carry the story forward on their own. They are intricately developed individuals that you really get to know. The supporting cast is also brilliantly backs them up, lending credence to both their plight & the story as a whole. The cast of Wanted Woman is similarly well developed. It was a shocking contrast switching over to them, but Daniels presents them in a manner that has you falling in love with them as well. There was also quite the contrast between the characters themselves. Watching them come together was priceless.

Not only are these two phenomenal novels separately, but they are also one heck of a team together. Rarely have I seen such well-matched yet quite different novels paired together in a single publication. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this to anyone.

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