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Samantha Silver loves to be in control, never more so when she’s planning her dream wedding to wildlife film-maker, Jack Allardyce . However, only days before the wedding circumstances well and truly outside Sam’s control means a cancellation of the big day. Determined to stay strong, Sam swaps her honeymoon for two for a luxury African safari for one and subsequently jetsSamantha Silver loves to be in control, never more so when she’s planning her dream wedding to wildlife film-maker, Jack Allardyce . However, only days before the wedding circumstances well and truly outside Sam’s control means a cancellation of the big day. Determined to stay strong, Sam swaps her honeymoon for two for a luxury African safari for one and subsequently jets off to the glamourous Ebony Lodge. There she meets Wesley, a tough and taciturn ranger. A case of mistaken identity leads to a misunderstanding and their relationship is fraught. But as the two get to know each other more a closeness soon develops. Two unexpected visits to the lodge, however, bring things to a head. Will Sam succumb to the charms of the hunky ranger? Will she return to England in an attempt to rekindle her relationship with Jack? Or will a third person supply Sam with the answers she is looking for? Ranger Romance is Jo Green’s first novel and is a fun, fast-moving romance perfectly ideal as a great summer read. ...

Title : ranger romance every cloud has a silver lining
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ISBN : 35494030
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 491 Pages
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  • Miss F Hunter
    2019-04-12 22:05

    A fresh new voice!Debut author Jo Green has given us something pretty special with this book - a heroine who banishes the 20-year Chardonnay hangover of Bridget Jones. For so long, contemporary woman's fiction has been saturated with ditzy, loveable but pathetic women; the underdogs, the tragic and the hopeless, who usually come up trumps in the final pages through sheer luck. But - none of that with Samantha Silver, who unashamedly knows what she wants, how to get it, and usually does so through a delightful mixture of disarming frankness and cheeky humour. Finally, we've got a character who doesn't make us throw up in our mouths; who we want to be like, and want to be our friend! The book is equal parts romance and safari adventure romp. The African landscape is vivid and compelling, and this element of the book was hugely enjoyable. The romance worked slightly less well, largely down to the 3 lead male characters. Wesley, that ranger, possesses depth and interest; but Ben and Jack are more one-dimensional. Having said that, the outcome kept me guessing right until the final pages! But Sam Silver is the star of this show. I can't wait to read another installment of her adventures!