Wild Iris Ridge: A small-town romance by RaeAnne Thayne

Wild Iris Ridge: A small-town romance

byRaeAnne Thayne

Kobo ebook | June 24, 2014

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Lucy Drake and Brendan Caine have only one thing in common  

And it's likely to tear them apart. Because it was Brendan's late wife, Jessie-and Lucy's best friend-who'd brought them together in the first place. And since Jessie's passing, Brendan's been distracted by his two little ones and the memory of an explosive kiss with Lucy years before his marriage. Still, he'll steer clear of her. She's always been trouble with a capital T. 

Lucy couldn't wait to shed her small-town roots for the big city. But now that she's back in Hope's Crossing to take care of the Queen Anne home her late aunt has left her, she figures seeing Brendan Caine again is no big deal. After all, she'd managed to resist the handsome fire chief once before, but clearly the embers of their attraction are still smoldering .

Title:Wild Iris Ridge: A small-town romanceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 24, 2014Publisher:HQN BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1460334620

ISBN - 13:9781460334621

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wild Iris Ridge I really liked that the young girl was given an emotional story arc in addition to the adult romance. #plumreview I received this through a giveaway.
Date published: 2017-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from a good summer read I have been a reader of RaeAnne Thayne books for years, throught the Hope's Crossing series. I am happy to say her new book, Wild Iris Ridge, did not disappoint. I enjoyed the friendship Branden and Lucy grew to have. It was fresh (although they had some history) and tender. Neither Brandon or Lucy felt their friendship could develop into a relationship because of Jessie. Jessie was Lucy's cousin and Branden's dead wife. This made their deepening friendship uncomfortable. Branden, speaking with friends, even called Lucy, "prickly " and a "little idiot." Jessie had always felt that Lucy was a 'fly in the ointment' of their marriage. The town, Wild Irish Ridge, was a very pleasant, caring, comfortable place. The neighbours and townsfolk all knew one another and saw the relationship budding between the two main characters. I believe the addition of the abandoned puppies brought all of our characters to life. It certainly changed the lives of the three children involved. Wild Iris Ridge is an inviting place and an enchanting story with truly believable characters. I loved that the story is not all rainbows and roses. Everyone had their own trials and issues. I sure wish, however, that towns like this actually existed. I will be awaiting RaeAnne's next release later this year.
Date published: 2014-06-17