Saturday, July 30, 2016

Review: No Limits by Katherine Garbera

No Limits

by Katherine Garbera

Western Contemporary Romance
ebook & print, 224 pages
September 1, 2016 by Harlequin Blaze
Space Cowboys #1


Some cowboys are outta this world…

Astronaut Jason "Ace" McCoy tried to escape Cole's Hill, Texas—and the memory of Molly Tanner's dark eyes and strawberry-scented hair—among the stars. Now he and Molly have jointly inherited her father's struggling ranch. And having failed his latest medical tests, Ace is on leave—maybe forever.

He's determined to sort things out with the ranch and get back to Houston as soon as possible. What he wasn't counting on is that Molly's only gotten more beautiful over the years…and she still wants him. The passion between them is hotter than rocket fuel—and just as dangerous. He can't promise anything as long as there's a chance to go on another mission. But even in orbit, this attraction has no rules…and no limits.


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My Thoughts

It's an intense and emotional story. This is a story of choice. The choice between staying for love or chasing dream. It’s a story of letting go too.

Jason 'Ace' McCoy is an astronout that had a lonely past. His father and mother were gone and he had no one until Mick Tanner and his daughter, Molly. Mick saw something in him that no one else ever done before, that gave him the chance to be more. Their bond was something beautiful and unbreakable. But it still gave him a surprise to know that he inherited half of the ranch from Mick.

He always loved the isolation that the space station brought. Seeing the universe, literally, right in front of his eyes. He went from a long way back and nothing can keep him from moving forward and nothing is impossible for him. From an orphan who owned nothing to a man who see the vast world.

The two sides of the man he is, ‘Jason’ and ‘Ace’. Jason, the man he used to be, the mixed-up delinquent, or Ace, the man who had seen the stars, the galaxy and the universe. For me, he is both of them, despite what he thought about himself. He may escape millions of miles above the earth but even that he could never quite escape his attraction to Molly, his past and
"You boldly go," she said. "Don't forget that, Ace. You came from the streets and made it to the stars. Nothing is going to keep you grounded. Not your bone-density problems, not this ranch and, I promise you, not me.
Molly Tanner was not that girl anymore, the one who was vulnerable. She is strong, but when Jason came back, she knew that her guard would crumble. Their attraction was mutual from the first time they met but they never acted upon it, but now when they meet again, it was stronger than ever. What I love about Molly is that she is very honest. Her honesty stung some of the time but it was refreshing and it shows how intelligent she is. She sees right through Ace.

My favorite part of the story is whenever Ace and Molly rode the horses and just looked up to the stars and being just the two of them and the wonderment of seeing the starry night.

Their passion is unquestionable though but sometimes I felt that the plot is a bit of lacking. There are surely enough emotion that made me feel a lot but in most of the chapters, they thought about how not enough they were for each other and how Ace wanted to go back to space mission even though he wanted Molly too.

A recommended read for those who loves the space or just the cowboy.

I received an ARC of this book in exchange of an honest review.


About the Author

Katherine Garbera is the USA Today best-selling author of more than 90 books. Writing is the chief focus of her time after her family and the only thing she likes more than working on her own books is reading other authors. She is a frequent speaker at conferences and loves the opportunity to talk about writing with anyone who'll listen.

Garbera started making up stories for her own benefit when she was on a competitive swim team in high school. Though she went to State and usually medaled at swim meets, Katherine says her heart wasn't in swimming but rather in the stories she created as she swam laps at practice.

She worked for The Walt Disney World Company for 15 years and did everything from being a hostess on It's a Small World, to saving swimmers at the Grand Floridian Resort, to touring around VIPs such as Jack Valenti at the Disney-MGM Studios and being a production page on the New Mickey Mouse Club--yes, it might be possible that Britney, Justine and Christina owe her a nod of thanks for keeping all those kids who had to go to the bathroom from interrupting their performances.

Her books have been featured in magazines such as REDBOOK (11/98)and have even been featured on the large JumboTron in Times Square, and excerpted in COSMO (7/10)

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