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WILL OF STEEL
Jillian was in a fix. A clause in her uncle’s will stipulates that unless she marries the town’s police chief, Theodore Graves, she will forfeit her ranch, which is her home. Jillian has known Theodore since she was little. She likes him. But the idea of marrying him, when they haven’t even dated, is too much. Jillian is twenty-one years old, but she’s never been in a romantic relationship with a man. In fact, she lives with the terrible memory of nearly being raped when she was a teenager by a man her uncle had hired to do odd jobs. Can Jillian overcome her fear of men to become a bride one day?
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- I enjoyed this comic 5
- JAB 06/11/2017
I really liked reading this book because of the relationship between the of them. There's a bit of sassiness between the two because of a clause in the heroine's uncle will that if she didn't marry the hero, then her ranch would be put up for public auction and gobbled up by some corporate lands and such. There is a ten year age gap between the hero and the heroine but even though the hero wants to marry the heroine to keep her ranch safe, he wants to take the heroine out to dinner, dancing, and enjoy her company. The heroine does too but with two traumatic experiences involving men has her shy of men. What I liked is how the heroine told the hero of the private with her traumatic experience with a man. It took a lot of bravery and I loved how the hero just lent a comforting shoulder to her pain was ready to listen to her pain. I loved the support that both sides received from their workers and friends, it was sweet. I loved the heroine's friend especially how brave she was to shoot a man, a man who tried to rape her friend( heroine) and the heroine's co-worker who had a good eye of seeing through to the bad guys. I like how the heroine and hero take it slow to get to know each other. Then comes in the plot's villain: the first man who traumatized the heroine and he just borderline the edge of legally harassing so bad. It gets so bad, that both hero and the heroine's friend's hired bodyguard stay at her house. Yet, there's a happy ending with the two and I really did like this novel to read.
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