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Uncaged Reviews The Pink Rose of the Prairie Ginger Ring Western/Time Travel Rose McAlister was always the perfect daughter and student, but it was never enough for her high society family. Tired of the big city spotlight, Rose accepts a teaching job at the most remote location hiring – in the middle of the prairie in South Dakota. This was her chance for adventure, her opportunity to shine as an educator, and her shot at forgetting the ex-boyfriend who left her heart torn to pieces and her bank account in shambles. In South Dakota, Rose vows she’ll find someone to love and trust. Uncaged Review: I actually have had this book to read for a while, and forgot that it was a timetravel romance, and when all of a sudden Rose is transported back in time around a hundred years or so, I was a bit disoriented along with Rose. But we both got our feet back under us. This is a nice romance that sets a nice pace with some added suspense and danger. All in all, I’m not sure I wanted Rose to stay in the past or come back to the future. I’ll let you decide. Reviewed by Cyrene

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Rainbows in the Moonlight Ryan Jo Summers Contemporary Romance Koda Jacobs urgently needs a nanny. Right now. Fresh from prison, Dalton Clayton needs a job—and just about anything will do. Divine Intervention steps in and tosses Koda and Dalton together. Koda struggles with the conflicts of her impulsive decision to leave her babies with an unknown, convicted felon. That just can’t be wise, can it? But she can’t help but see how quickly the children bonded to him and trust him. Or the reassuring sense that this is just right. Uncaged Review: Koda Jacobs is a widow with a son and daughter she is raising on her own. In the opening, she is on her way home from church when her car has a flat. Dalton Clayton, who has returned to him hometown after being gone for over 15 years, 10 of which were in prison, offers to change her tire, when Koda can’t get the jack to where it raises the car off the ground. Her children let it out that she is looking for a nanny/ babysitter as she nanny quit with little notice. She ends up hiring Dalton without knowing much about him other than that her kids like him and he is kind. This is done after many doubts and in desperation. She has used all her time and has to return to work. Dalton does tell her about his prison term for being the getaway driver for a bank robbery. As he becomes a part of her family, Koda can’t stop the fears her friend at work keeps planting in her brain. Dalton shows himself as responsible and caring when Terry, her son, falls from the tree out back and breaks his arm. That same friend attempts to set her up with Norm, a creepy tech in the doctor’s office where she works. There you go. A great triangle along with the doubts

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