- Publisher: Harlequin
- Format: Paperback | 344 pages
- Dimensions: 104mm x 168mm x 25mm | 68g
- Publication date: 24 June 2014
- Publication City/Country: Don Mills
- ISBN 10: 0373778597
- ISBN 13: 9780373778591
- Sales rank: 233,364
"Lucy Drake and Brendan Caine have only one thing in common... ." And it's likely to tear them apart. Because it was Brendan's late wife, Jessie--and Lucy's best friend--who'd brought them together in the first place. And since Jessie's passing, Brendan's been distracted by his two little ones...and the memory of an explosive kiss with Lucy years before his marriage. Still, he'll steer clear of her. She's always been trouble with a capital T Lucy couldn't wait to shed her small-town roots for the big city. But now that she's back in Hope's Crossing to take care of the Queen Anne home her late aunt has left her, she figures seeing Brendan Caine again is no big deal. After all, she'd managed to resist the handsome fire chief once before, but clearly the embers of their attraction are still smoldering...
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By Barbara Thompson 24 Jun 2014
Wild Iris Ridge is a great book. The author gives wonderful details about the small town and describes the characters so well until I felt they were real. The storyline is well-written, interesting, and emotional. I enjoyed reading this book and I loved the small town. Wild Iris Ridge would be a great summer read or to read anytime.
I received a complimentary copy from the author in exchange for my honest review. This review is one hundred percent my opinion.
By Julie Ferguson 02 Jun 2014
The book was a little slow to start but once into it, it is a typical Raeanne book with lively and interesting characters, although I felt there could have been more depth as to why the main characters didn't get together 10 years earlier. It was nice to see Dermot getting his lady. I loved the way Hopes Crossing and its people have grown and evolved through the series.
"Small-town sensibilities drive this very sweet romance in which two people learn that everything that makes them good friends makes them easy to love." -Library Journal on Blackberry Summer