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Hardcover Hot on Her Heels (Lone Star Sisiters) Book

ISBN: 1615236201

ISBN13: 9781615236206

Hot on Her Heels (Lone Star Sisiters)

(Book #4 in the Lone Star Sisters Series)

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This description may be from another edition of this product. Dana Birch vowed never to put herself at the mercy of a powerful man. She became a deputy so that she could take care of herself and protect those she loves. Especially her best friends, the Titan...

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5 ratings

Emotional, sexy read with a relatable heroine

I loved this book! Dana, the heroine, is fantastic. As a police deputy, she's tough and keeps her defenses up at all times, but Mallery shows through Dana's thoughts that she's not as confident as she appears. I was able to connect with Dana emotionally right from the start. I understood who she was, why she made the decisions she did. She is fiercely loyal to her friends, so she's prepared at the beginning of the book to hate Garth, who was mean to her friends in the first three books. It's very confusing to her to realize that Garth isn't the bad guy she'd thought he was. And that she's attracted to him. Garth was a fabulous hero, too. He's strong and determined to reach his goal of making sure Jed Titan can never hurt anyone again. Ever since his mother's injury when he was in high school, Garth has been forced to stand against the world alone. Now that his half-sisters have decided to bring him into the family fold, Garth maintains his tough exterior but on the inside, there's a hopefulness that really touched me. These two characters were made for each other. They share so much in common - abuse in their past, the sense of always being on the outside, looking in - that you know they understand each other in a deeper way than anyone else ever could. Their relationship reminds me in some ways of Eve and Roarke in the Nora Roberts J.D. Robb books. These characters aren't perfect people. They're flawed in a way that makes for a compelling read. And when Mallery shows how they're willing to make sacrifices for each other, I was moved to tears. (Dana's sacrifice made me laugh. I won't say more than that; I don't want to spoil the book for anyone.) This is a happy ending I believe in! Highly recommend this book.

Great ending to the Lone Star Sisters series

This was a great ending to the series. The book brought Garth's story to the reader. The series from the first book through this book is about the Titan children including the "bastard" son Garth as Jed (the father) called him and his three daughters. You learn to hate Jed pretty much from the get go and will see why Garth is doing what he is doing just not to the right people at first. Garth's story will explain more and will have the reader on his side almost from the start of this book. Lip Service (Lone Star Sisters)Under Her Skin (Lone Star Sisters)Straight From The HipHot on Her Heels (Lone Star Sisters)

A great end to the series

Fun dialogue - especially the bantering between Garth and Dana. I'm only disappointed that this appears to be the end to the series.

What a wrap up!

I loved this book! It was indeed, the perfect ending and best book of the Lone Star Sisters series (IMHO). Garth was not a character that I liked in the first two books, however, by the third book, I began to wonder if there were any redeeming qualities in this man. Nick was such a great guy in Izzy's book Straight from the Hip that I started to wonder if Garth was hiding a deeper, more tender side of himself. When Izzy declared that she was going to "save" Garth and hugged him in her book I saw the set up for a new and improved Garth and I wasn't disappointed. His relationship with his mother, his developing relationship with his sisters and his burgeoning relationship with Dana all combined to make him a complex and compelling character and one you will fall in love with by the end of this book. Dana was always my favorite character in this series and it was nice that she stayed true to form throughout the series. She's tough, determined, honest, loyal to a fault and nobody was going to mess with her friends and get away with it. She had her secrets which worked to shape who she was so it was nice to see her grow as a character and emerge a winner in the end. Garth had a formidable adversary/ally in her. I love the way their story developed and how Garth changed over the course of the story. I laughed at times and I got misty at times, especially the end. I walked away from this story with a smile on my face and a song in my heart. Susan Mallery is really great at writing snappy, witty dialogue that keeps the characters alive in your mind. I will be reading this book again. Don't miss this one, it's a keeper.

Perfect ending to a great series

The fourth and final book in the Lone Star Sisters series. My favorite of the series! Garth Duncan is the illegitimate son of Jed Titan. Since he was 14-years-old, he's been on a path to destroy his father. Jed's daughters and by default, Garth's sisters, have gotten in the way, but now things have changed. The sisters and their closest friend, Dana, decide to dig up what they can on him to find out his real story. Dana has never let a man into her life before. She has her own "secrets" that keep her from getting close to a man. She hates Garth for what he has done to her friends, but she finds herself oddly attracted to the man. I wondered if I would like Garth after his escapades in the previous books. I liked him from the start, but loved him when he was wearing a Texas A & M sweatshirt (I'm an Aggie an love a man in maroon). He truly grew as a character in this book. He was real and truly likable. I enjoyed the relationship and chemistry that he had with Dana. Both of them were good characters that I wanted to see happy in the end. I can't say I have much to complain about with this book...it was the perfect ending for the series. If I would change anything, it would be fewer references to Lexi's pregnancy and how big and uncomfortable she is. I got it...it was drilled into my head in the first 1/3 of the book...by the end, I was irritated by it. You won't be disappointed by the ending to this one...all ends well.
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