Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Blog Tour Nanee's Review - Much Ado About Miners (Hearts of Owyhee #4) by Jacquie Rogers


Much Ado About Miners
by Jacquie Rogers
Genre: Western Romance




The third novel in the Hearts of Owyhee western romance series!

Cupid’s bullet...
Hired gun Kade McKinnon interrupts a bank holdup and is shot by the teller, Iris Gardner, whose victims have a tendency to be the next groom in town.  Will he be the groom this time?

Cupid’s bow...
Iris Gardner, a smart, independent bank clerk, fell in love with Kade when she was too young to know better.  So when he walks back into her life and her bank, it's only fitting that she shoots him ... by accident, of course.  

Cupid’s blindfold...
Kade doesn’t know Iris’s company is the one who hired him to escort a bullion shipment, and Iris doesn’t know Kade owns the security company, but they both know robbers are on their trail.  Which is more likely to be stolen—the silver, or his heart?

Nanee's Review:

This is the first book I have read in this series and I absolutely enjoyed it, I want to go back and read the others wish I did before because there are parts where it would have been nice to know what was going on. I love historical/Western romances and this one I couldn't stop reading. Thought the characters were great, of course Kade is sexy as hell, sweet and mischievous and Iris is always looking for adventure, sweet and tough as nails. I love how these two knew each other as kids and Iris had a thing for Kade and Kade of course never forgot Iris and now they are back together. Love how their first meeting went and Iris didn't know it. Great story, great writing and a very entertaining story.  Soe mystery, some funny an lots of sexy. Would like to read more by this author. 4-4.5 stars



Books by Jacquie Rogers
Hearts of Owyhee series (western historical romance)
#1: Much Ado About Madams
#2: Much Ado About Marshals
#3: Much Ado About Miners
#4: Much Ado About Mavericks






I'm a former software designer, campaign manager, deli clerk, and cow milker, but always a bookworm. Reading is my passion—westerns, fantasies, historicals of any era, all with a splash of humor and a dash of romance.

While I'm a country girl by birth, I currently live in suburbia with my very patient husband where we’re humble servants of The Cat Annie.  I don't think you can ever take the country out of a girl's heart, though, which is why my stories often take place in Idaho where I grew up. (Hearts of Owyhee series and some of my short stories, too.)

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22 comments:

  1. Jacquie's books are always funny and a great read. If you want to LOL, then these westerns are designed to do just that.

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  2. Great book and nice review. I love this entire series! Hope there are more books coming.

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    1. Thanks, Caroline. I'm working on the fifth book, MUCH ADO ABOUT MUSTANGS, now.

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  3. Great review by Nancy! Hopes she reads all the Much Ados.

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  4. What a nice review! As a huge fan of Jacquie Rogers, I highly recommend all the books in her wonderful Much Ado series. Although each book can stand very well on its own, don't miss Much Ado About Marshals (where we first meet Iris), a delightfully funny and heart-warming companion to Much Ado About Miners.

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    1. I never intended to write Iris's story but readers kept asking for her. :) Thanks, Wendy!

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  5. Great review for MAAMiners - actually, this is the first book by Jacquie Rogers that I read and boy, did I like it (won it through a FB event). No, make it love it. I had so much fun reading it, and laughed so much at times, that I decided then and there that Jacquie was one of my new favorite authors. Then, I won MAAMarshals and bought the others. Jacquie rocks. :)

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  6. Great review, love all the books, but still leaning toward Mail Order Tangle as my favorite, by a slim margins.

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    1. Ha! Sometimes it's hard to pick a favorite--they're all different. And for me, it's like picking a favorite child. You just can't do it.

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  7. If you like humor, adventure, and sex (not necessarily in that order), Jacquie should be on your must-buy authors' list! I loved Miners, tho' I must admit Mavericks is my favorite!

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    1. Much Ado About Miners is quite a bit sexier than Much Ado About Mavericks, but they're both romantic. Thanks for stopping by, Judith!

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  8. Love these books by Jacquie Rogers. Great series and I hope she continues the series for a while. Also, I hope she continues to continue Merlin's Destiny. Good book also.

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    1. Ah, Merlin. He's a force to be reckoned with. I want to write a sequel but it keeps getting pushed back--or other projects crowd in front. I love Merlin, though. (She's talking about Willow, Wish For Me) Thanks for stopping by, Jeepgal!

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