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by Deb Stover

A Matter Of Trust (Zebra Bouquet Romances) download ebook
ISBN:
0821764608
ISBN13:
978-0821764602
Author:
Deb Stover
Publisher:
Zebra (January 1, 2000)
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1260 kb
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Contemporary
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Rating:
4.9

Although this book did follow the same path all romances go down (but it wouldn't be a romance if it didn't, of. .In " A Matter of Trust," Deb Stover delivers this theme with very likable protagonists, a fun supporting cast, and a bonus romance for the best friend

Although this book did follow the same path all romances go down (but it wouldn't be a romance if it didn't, of course), I still was very enthralled in the story and found that I couldn't stop reading; and before I knew it, I was done with the book in one day. But it did take a bit slow route to get the characters together, I didn't mind since the book was so captivating. In " A Matter of Trust," Deb Stover delivers this theme with very likable protagonists, a fun supporting cast, and a bonus romance for the best friend. All this in a story that is both heart-warming and steamy.

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A Matter of Trust book. The book basically revolves around just the two characters, their inner conflicts and monologues that you are unable to see anything above or beyond these two which should have been great had there been a strong backing of the story as well. For romance fan, yes this will be a fine read but only a fine read.

Title: A Matter Of Trust (Zebra Bouquet Romances) Author(s): Deb Stover ISBN: 0-8217-6460-8, 978-0-8217-6460-2 .

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Genre: Contemporary Romance. Highly recommended Ten years ago, the trust between Taylor Bowen and Gordon Lane was irretrievably breached

Genre: Contemporary Romance. Highly recommended Ten years ago, the trust between Taylor Bowen and Gordon Lane was irretrievably breached. Rather than confront her boy friend, Taylor left the small town of Digby, Colorado, to finish her senior year in Florida. Now Taylor is returning to Digby to set up her first practice.

Contemporary Romance Book - A Matter of Trust written by Deb Stover Read online free sample chapters. After declaring her candidacy for President at age four, Deb Stover veered off course to play Lois Lane

Contemporary Romance Book - A Matter of Trust written by Deb Stover Read online free sample chapters. After declaring her candidacy for President at age four, Deb Stover veered off course to play Lois Lane Books of Deb Stover. Mulligan Stew (The Mulligans Book 1) Contemporary Romance, Paranormal Romance. Mulligan Magic (The Mulligans Book 2) Contemporary Romance, Paranormal Romance.

Always By Deb Stover A Contemporary Romance Novel Originally published as A Matter of Trust in 2000 by Kensington Publishing. Cover design by Deb Stover.

Deb Stover writes as Deb Stover and is the owner of ww. ebstover. Releases, news and information about American Author Deb Stover. Ms. Stover's first novel, SHADES OF ROSE, was published by Kensington Books in 1995.

Returning to her hometown of Digby, Colorado, to begin her medical career, Dr. Taylor Bowen is stunned when her first patient turns out to be her former lover, Gordon Lane, the man who had betrayed her love. Original.
Reviews:
  • Kanek
Always takes place in the Colorado Mountains in a small town. The town paid for the doctor's education and she needed to return to her hometown for three years as the town doctor. She had left just after high school without saying good-by to anyone, especially to Gordon, her boyfriend and lover due to a giant misunderstanding. Her return involves fire ants, bear tracks and mudslides before they find a way to forgive each other and learn to trust again.

The entire misunderstanding developed due to a lack of communication and trust. The story deals with these issues as the two main characters, Gordon and Taylor learn to trust the attraction for each other that have never left either of them for the ten years they were apart. This is a delightful story of love and forgiveness set in the beautiful Rocky Mountains. The second love story of Sue and Jeremy made a good plot addition with Ryan adding his unique ten-year-old perspective.
  • Talrajas
I honestly liked this story. It is not a full blown romantic novel, but it does display people that have been unable to forget or forgive the past; or the hurt and the pain. No it isn't a mystery either, or suspense. It's just a story of how people learn to trust again.
Thank you Ms Stover, i have read other books of yours, and they do not disappoint.
  • Thohelm
For all those romantics out there who love to read a good romance, then this is the book for you. It had a good balance of lost love ignited again with nice twists and turns. It covers the grounds of two teenage sweethearts being broken apart from a misunderstanding with, of course, them inevitably meeting again after ten years. Then followed by their path to reconcile their feelings both to the past and together. I must say that Deb Stover did a very good job writing this book.

Although this book did follow the same path all romances go down (but it wouldn't be a romance if it didn't, of course), I still was very enthralled in the story and found that I couldn't stop reading; and before I knew it, I was done with the book in one day. But it did take a bit slow route to get the characters together, I didn't mind since the book was so captivating.

The only problem I had with the book was the few errors, such as the mayor not being able to keep his story straight on how long he's been living in the town. Also the reasoning behind Sue and Gordon never got married changes after the story started to really pick up. At first, they dated and had a sexual relation that turned to they couldn't be together because it would be like dating their sibling. In fact, it seemed as if the whole feel of story, as well as the plot, changed at an early point of the book (I think about 30-ish%). It just seemed as if the author stopped writing the book and picked it back up later on.

Other then that, it still was a good enough read that I would recommend this to any romance fan. I am looking forward to reading more of her books in the future.
  • Frei
Another love story where boy and girl where high school sweethearts, one left because of a misunderstanding and they are then reunited 10 years later. Even though the plot was predictable, it was very well done and a very sweet love story. Well worth the read.
  • Blackseeker
A very sweet story about first love. The characters are very lovable and the story line was good. I enjoyed this book it is a clean romance novel. Enjoyable and recommended.
  • Wel
Good fast read. I liked this book because the romance is very good. People will like this book because the story keeps you reading to find out what is going to happen next.
  • Ganthisc
One of my favorite romantic themes is love gone wrong and a new chance to get it right. In " A Matter of Trust," Deb Stover delivers this theme with very likable protagonists, a fun supporting cast, and a bonus romance for the best friend. All this in a story that is both heart-warming and steamy.
Fist, let me say I don't typically read romances so I may not be the best person to review one. But I read the whole book. And I was entertained.

Stover definitely has talent in writing steamy love scenes, which I'd say was the best part of the book. The characters were likable and I think most people can relate to a theme of second chances, especially when it comes to love. There were two problems I had though with the book. One, there was no real bad guy in the story, so once we learned the mystery of what broke the two main characters apart the tension just went out of the story. And the last third of the book seemed rushed. As though the author was in a hurry to get to the end and I found that a little jarring. A little too much head hopping too for me - I got confused in a few place as to whose thoughts I was reading.

Overall, it's was an enjoyable read.