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The Cowboy’s Belated Discovery by Valerie Comer

This isn’t my favorite of the Saddle Springs Romance series, but it belongs to a tough crowd. There’s a solid story with growth in both trust and understanding as Garret and Tori come to terms with the fact that they … Continue reading

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Memories of Mist by Valerie Comer

Valerie Comer’s romances tackle realistic situations that can fall under the “truth is stranger than fiction” banner because some character types are rare in romance. Memories of Mist is a better example of this last than most through Myles, the … Continue reading

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The Cowboy’s Convenient Marriage by Valerie Comer

This is one powerful story with a major emotional kick, or rather several. The inspirational message is lighter in some ways because the characters don’t engage it as directly, but it’s stronger in others. It speaks to how we are … Continue reading

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The Cowboy’s Romantic Dreamer by Valerie Comer

I’m a long-term fan of Valerie Comer’s books because of the way she writes characters who feel like real people and make you care. She also takes on serious problems, whether how we manage our food supply or a variety … Continue reading

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Butterflies on Breezes: An Urban Farm Fresh Romance 2 by Valerie Comer

I read the first Urban Farm Fresh Romance early last year, so it’s been a while, but despite this new story jumping right into the thick of things, the little reminders were enough to ground me. I wished I’d read … Continue reading

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