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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Review: Chasing Dust Clouds by Lilliana Rose

Chasing Dust Clouds Chasing Dust Clouds by Lilliana Rose
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sent to the country to visit rural clients accountant Blaise Johns doesn’t know what to do when he meets a mob of sheep on the road. He accidently runs over one of Dusty Miller’s ewes and his cool crisp competitive demeanour is dented as he tries to figure out how to make amends with a woman who is intent on busting his balls. Then there’s the competition, Aaron, who isn’t going to be pushed aside. As the out-of-towner will Blaise step up to country life for Dusty? Dusty is furious at Blaise, but the man won’t go away and leave her to run her farm. A sassy self-sufficient young woman, Dusty struggles to let Blaise who is clueless about the life she lives, in to her heart. When two worlds, country and city come together, an explosion of differences rocks the foundation of two peoples lives, forcing them to face the future in unplanned ways, and to give each other another chance.

I loved this book!!! I love Lilliana Rose anyway so it wasn't a chore to read this. I laughed out loud so many times during this book that I had my family looking at me kind of funny. I also had to buy the book for my mother because she insisted that I do that after hearing me from the living room. If a book can take me away from a hockey game then you know you've hit the puck out of the net. This was one of those books.

First of all, it didn't have the instalove, sex so much it makes you flip the pages at a clip faster than a car on a highway and foul language. It built up to a relationship which made me enjoy this all the more. I like romances that have a slow build and then go from there. Would I read a second book? Heck yes. It took maybe 5 hours to finish this book but I was also doing things in between and I'm a speedreader. Others, it might take a lot longer. The descriptions in the book were like you were right there and I loved that.

I received this book for free from ReadforReview in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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