Dodge the Bullet

Adult
Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Sarah Woodward moves from Atlanta to small town Colorado, but she doesn't know a U.S. senator has earmarked her ranch for purchase and he'll do anything to get it. She dismisses his continued offers and improves the land with help from a sexy stranger, A.J. Dodge. When Dodge becomes involved with the beautiful widow, he'll risk everything to protect Sarah and her sons, including his heart. More

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Words: 88,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458166395
About Christy Hayes

Christy Hayes writes romance and women's fiction. She lives outside Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband, two children, and two dogs.

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Review by: avidreader1962 on Jan. 16, 2012 :
I thoroughly enjoyed this story. It was easy to read & the characters were very likeable. Pure escapism.
(review of free book)

Review by: Jennah Scott on Aug. 21, 2011 :
I received a copy of this book from the author for an honest review. I’ve got to say I was a little wary of it when I first started reading, but by the end of it I could say that it wasn’t that bad of a book.

Dodge comes across as a conceited, rough and tumble don’t mess with me rancher. Of course, that’s not really who he is. He’s actually sweet, caring, and dealing with a slew of personal issues. Not to mention smart and business savvy. I really like Dodge, a few times he got to be a little too whiny for me and I wanted to tell him to suck it up and move on with life.

Sarah is a very headstrong character. She’s one of the few female characters I can say I’ve actually liked all the way through a book. More than once she stood up to Dodge when he took the almighty male protector role. When they finally figured out the Senator was up to something that would hurt her she didn’t back off and let others figure things out. She was right in the middle, leading the way most of the time.

This is more than just Sarah and Dodge. However, the development of their relationship was my favorite part. The problems with the senator added tension to the story, but I kind of wished it wouldn’t haven’t been as long as it was. A couple of times I felt like it drug out. Christy tells the story from many different points of views, and that became confusing more than once.

Overall I’d recommend this for a good quick read. Dodge and Sarah are great and make the book a decent read.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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