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Rancho de Amor af Dan Harder
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Rancho de Amor (udgave 2020)

af Dan Harder (Forfatter)

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Titel:Rancho de Amor
Forfattere:Dan Harder (Forfatter)
Info:West Margin Press (2020), 246 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek, Skal læses
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While this book has some cute humorous moments it isn't very original and felt very predictable. The writing was good, but it just didn't feel very real. Characters were also very one dimensional as well.
  rhelp | Apr 20, 2021 |
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Rancho de Amor
By: Dan Harder

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I was amused by the cover of Rancho de Amor. The story, while entertaining, cute and charming, lacks that certain something to make it stand out. The premise is very similar to many romcom chicklit types of stories. It is well written, and I did find humor and sweetness in it. Originality is lacking, and I think it's difficult to be truly unique in a world saturated with romantic comedies in movies and books. This story is ideal for purely entertaining reasons, like a relaxing afternoon. It just fell short for me. ( )
  JypsyLynn | Nov 2, 2020 |
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( thank you to librarything and west margin press for a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review )

wow, this book was surprisingly good! i was hoping that it wouldn't be one of those trashy cowboy romances and i'm vv glad :)

this book was pretty entertaining, i found it to be funny and a little predictable, but enjoyable all the same. catherine is a decent character, she's relatable, and i could definitely see this being made into a cute little holiday movie! i really did like sam, although he looked like a stereotypical cowboy. i'm glad that he liked to read because that's kinda cute :)

i *really* didn't like the cover. it was the one thing that i hated from this book, its a little embarrassing to bring around :(
  kritikags | Oct 23, 2020 |
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I received this book as a LibraryThing Early Reviewer. I could not get past page 60 of this book, although I thought it was written well enough, it was so dry and hard to engage with the characters that I couldn't make myself finish the book. It felt like a flat story with a pretty thin premise, and the projected outcome of the story was so transparent that there wasn't really a need to continue reading. Not enough character development at the beginning; Catherine felt like a stereotype, as did all of the other characters introduced. No motivation to see this story through to the end. ( )
  bethbordenk | Oct 23, 2020 |
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Well written, but predictable and a little underwhelming. A New York City editor flies out to the wild west of California to find the reclusive bestselling romance author Loretta de Bonnair. Her pink covered book is sweeping the nation - everyone is reading it and it's the best selling romance book since 50 Shades of Grey. Her publishing house isn't doing too well and they think if they can tap into the romance market and snatch up this insanely popular novelist then they can stay afloat. The only trouble is they need to track her down. Catherine Doyle heads to the author's small western hometown and instead of an author finds a sexy cowboy with a swagger and a nerdy little bookkeeper. If only she could get someone who actually knew Loretta. She's not looking for love she's looking for her company's salvation. What if the answer to her troubles was right in front of her if she would just open her eyes (and her heart)? Cute, sappy, slow build with no kiss til the end. I could 100% see this being a Hallmark movie. ( )
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