What do you get when you take Bestselling Author Tammie Clarke Gibbs and her book Counterfeit Kisses? A romance that is guaranteed to keep you entertained with a story you won't soon forget. This is one of those books that will keep you turning pages because you just have to know how it ends. Get ready for the ride of your life in the old west with a romance that will leave you breathless!
A Lawman in Disguise
As a Secret Service Operative Jeremy Loud is quick on his feet and a master of his emotions. Then, he wakes up naked, disoriented and in physical pain to find a mysterious woman busy at his stove. His first mistake is assuming she's a barmaid. His biggest mistake is underestimating her ability to get into trouble.
A Woman in Peril
Magen MacGuire is determined to find the man responsible for her father's death and make him pay. Then, her plans go awry and a case of mistaken identity leads her to the last thing she expects; the claim of a proxy marriage and a mysterious stranger she could easily fall in love with.
What are other people saying about Counterfeit Kisses
Creative Twists, March 23, 2012
By ReadyReader -
This story was a fun ride with plenty of twists and turns along the way! And I'm pleased that several of them took me completely by surprise. :) Spunky heroine and reluctantly tenderhearted hero thrown together in a fake marriage, both with plenty of past pain and secrets of their own and both seeking revenge against the same man (without the other knowing). How could you start a story better than that?! And it only gets better from there. Also appreciated that it was clean romance.
Good Old Fashioned Romance
By J.M. Hurley -
There are times when you just want to curl up on the sofa with a nice romance that offers just a bit more than the standard boy meets girl fare. I loved The Counterfeit maybe because it gelled two themes I really like - westerns and a little bit of mystery thriller. This book has a really nice romantic plot, but going on behind the plot is the reality of tough living in the good ol' days of survival way out west. Also blended is a sub plot where the romantic lead is also a government agent trying to infiltrate and bring down a criminal gang. The strands come together really well, a romance between two very likeable characters and plenty of twists and turns in the sub plot so that right up to the end you're wondering who's for real and who can be trusted. This is a fun read with just the right mix of romance and intrigue. It would also be a great movie.
Back to the Olden Days
By Malika Bourne -
The moment I began the first page I felt like I had almost been hit by two horses and a wagon. I was judgmental about the raven haired man Megan ran over with her team of horses.
It was refreshing to read about a familiar era that I had read about in my youth. Petticoat, corsette wearing ladies and gun slinging gentlmen and creeps. But what really held my interest was who was the guy in the white hat or was it the black hat? I had no idea for certain.
I loved the little romantic gestures from the male interest. But was fearful of Megan making the wrong decsions about avenging her father's death in this whole mess of western set story.
I loved it. It was easy to read on my Kindle while I exscpaed riding throuhg Nebraska with my thoughts while riding the old grey hound bus, (could have been a stage coach.)