Hiding Out At The Circle C

Hiding Out At The Circle C Cowboys make the best protectors don t miss this sexy and suspenseful classic from New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis Haley Whitfield needed a place to hide and the secluded Circle C ranc

  • Title: Hiding Out At The Circle C
  • Author: Jill Shalvis
  • ISBN: 9780373078875
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cowboys make the best protectors don t miss this sexy and suspenseful classic from New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis Haley Whitfield needed a place to hide, and the secluded Circle C ranch seemed perfect But its owner, Cameron Reeves, could tell Haley was hiding something The handsome cowboy sensed she was in trouble and promised her his protection.Haley waCowboys make the best protectors don t miss this sexy and suspenseful classic from New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis Haley Whitfield needed a place to hide, and the secluded Circle C ranch seemed perfect But its owner, Cameron Reeves, could tell Haley was hiding something The handsome cowboy sensed she was in trouble and promised her his protection.Haley wanted to take it In fact, she wanted everything Cam had to offer his kisses, his touch, his body But he believed in honesty And sharing the truth with Cam might just put him in the path of a killer Previously Published as Hiding Out At The Circle C.

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    1. While working in Peru, geologist Haley Whitfield develops a method of predicting earthquakes which the bad guys steal and use to cause earthquakes. She must escape from Peru and go into hiding because she is being blamed for causing said earthquakes and the bad guys want her, too. This is one of those novels which make you want to pitch them across the room (except that might break my Kindle) and I couldn’t get beyond chapter one. There were just too many WTFs in Chapter one alone. 1. In this [...]

    2. I always enjoy a book by Jill! My only frustration, and was honestly a little surprised by, was all the typos in the book. This isn't typical of a Jill Shalvis book so I really wonder if it is just the version uploaded to for the kindle (since no one else has mentioned it yet in their review) and if they need to upload the correct version.

    3. Having read many books by Jill Shalvis, as soon as I started reading this one, I knew it must have been one of her first. It just didn't seem like her style at all: The plot was unbelievable, the dialogue stilted, the heroine unlikable. If not for the sexy Reeves brothers, I probably would have stopped reading. And don't even get me started on the typos - so, so many typos! Like hundreds of them. Most of them seemed to be from a conversion issue like when a computer is scanning words and misread [...]

    4. Something about this story just wasn’t clicking with me. It’s not very long but I just couldn’t get into it and it took me a long time to finish. I love Jill Shalvis and have found, as I’m making my way through her library, that her older books are hit or miss.There were a lot of problems with the heroine, Haley. Goodness! She’s lucky Cameron was so smitten because I would have walked away by the middle of the first week. Hot and cold is not even the right way to describe her. I kept t [...]

    5. Dr. Haley Whitfield youngest brilliant geologists on her team in Peru had just discovered that two of her five-member team had been murdered.Motivated by adrenaline and fear.Watching her back, feeling desperate and more frightened than she'd ever been, got on the first plane she could—to Los Angelese phone messages from South America had her staggering to a chair, mindless of the crowd around her. "Haley, I hope you've gone. They think you're responsible! Run, Haley. If you haven't already, ru [...]

    6. This book was not what I expected from Jill Shalvis. I liked it, but it was not what I was expecting. The typo errors were distracting; there is no witty banter and the sex is not quiet as steamy as some of her other stuff. Haley is a geologist on the run for her life after finding all her partners dead; knowing she is next, she is desperate and alone. She meets a pregnant woman on the plane from LA to Colorado who offers her a job as a cook/housekeeper at the family ranch. Haley takes the job h [...]

    7. Disappointing, but a good storyI have read many of Jill Shalvis' books but I am very disappointed in this one. Loved the story and the city were well defined.But, since it is a reissue, I would have thought that the author just might have checked the book out to be sure it met her specifications. Guess not. The book is full of the wrong letters used and some words missing. No matter how good the book, that is very distracting to me. So, I guess I will not read any more reissues from Jill. I will [...]

    8. Cam's mind sometimes doesn't contemplate what his woman is saying, and you can tell his mind is generally on one thing, “well, I have to admit, it’s been a while since I—Since my barn days,” he finished tactfully, his meaning completely escaping her. He glanced at the bench she’d just cleared. “Uh, it’s pretty dirty in here, Haley.” Cam is quite the cocky man, "Cam pulled his head back a fraction. “Don’t want me, huh?” She was wrapped around him like cellophane on candy. Sh [...]

    9. A great storyLoved the story but hated all the grammar errors the mis spellings and all the L's that were supposed to be I's. It really took away from reading of the story. I kept wondering if anyone really proofed the copy when it was put into digital format. I would give the story a 5 but due to all the errors I just had to give it a 3.

    10. If I hadn't read the Lucky Harbor series before this book, I would've never continued reading her books. There are so many word errors (spelling, wrong word), Cameron comes across like a creeper, Haley is book smart but life dumb, and the plot points don't make sense or are very contrived. I slogged thru to see how it ended but it was torturous.

    11. Obviously an older book that was republished. I have never been disappointed by a Jill Shalvis book but this one had no humor in it at all, which I come to associate with Jill's books. It was serious and at times I just wanted to punch Haley for being so dumb.

    12. Love this bookFrom the beginning I was intrigued. It's a great combination of action,romance and intrigue. Jill hit it out of the park.

    13. I love Jill Shalvis' work but this one was . . . ok. The kindle edition has TONS of typos that are extremely distracting. I think my problem was that the plot was unrelatable.

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