"Believing in the impossible"
Reviewed by Helen Williams
Posted March 1, 2018
Romance Suspense | Romance Western
TRUE TO YOU in the Montana Heat series will pull
strings in all directions. The woman in this story has
been betrayed and used by people she trusted. She has
suffered some painful and unbelievable abuse. You can
understand why she doesn't trust people. Jennifer Ryan has
this uncanny ability where she gives you insight into her
characters. The females are some of the strongest women you
will read about. They go through some horrendous situations
but show remarkable strength. There is so much pain in this
story because this woman has been through so much pain and
disappointment from people she trusted and thought she could
Undercover DEA Special Agent Dawson King has spent five
months in prison to establish a fake identity as Chris
"Flash" Hickman in order to bring down a ruthless drug
dealer. The avenue to bringing down this drug dealer is
through his daughter, Cara Potter, who owns a coffee shop
where she offers second chances to recently released
prisoners. King's job is to determine whether Cara in on
the right side of the law or if she is part of her father's
drug cartel. But after meeting Cara and working with her
King has seconds thought about how to bring her father down.
He has a job to do but tries to find a way that will cause
Cara less pain. But in the end she will encounter a
terribly, unsuspecting pain that will leave her reeling. It
will make you wonder if it's possible for a person to come
back from such pain. King wants to show Cara that she can
trust her feelings for him.
That's the beauty of a Jennifer Ryan novel. She makes you
believe in the impossible. This is a great story about
believing in love when all the evidence proves otherwise. A
father that lead a life that was abhorrent to his daughter
proves just how much he really loved her. And the one
person in her life she trusted since she was a child proved
to be the biggest heartache to her. This is a wonderful,
thought provoking series. I recommend anything written by
A Montana Man risks everything for the woman he loves .
Undercover DEA Special Agent Dawson King spent five months
in a Montana prison establishing a fake identity to take
down a ruthless drug dealer and put him behind bars. Except
there’s a wild card . . . the killer’s beloved daughter.
Cara Potter may appear to be on the right side of the law,
but King has learned the hard way to trust no one—even
someone as tantalizing as the coffee shop owner. She’s
irresistible . . . but is she also dangerous?
From the moment he enters her life, King makes Cara . . .
nervous. The handsome drifter says he wants to get his life
together . . . but there is something about him that doesn’t
quite ring true. Cara wants to believe in him, yet she holds
back despite the way he awakens dormant dreams and leaves
her breathless with his sexy smile, steamy kisses, his every
When the explosive truth comes out and she’s betrayed by the
ones she loves, Cara must decide—can she trust her heart, or
should she listen to her head?
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