There is nothing sexier than a moody cowboy and Max Jameson is exactly that.
Aubrey Madison has decided to start her life over. New life, new name, new state, now the only thing that is left is finding a new job. Deciding to follow up on her love of horses, she ends up at High Heather Ranch applying for the job of stablehand.
When Bree Madison showed up at his ranch, all Max Jameson saw was a redheaded city girl who looked out of place. Although Bree proved herself worthy of the job, when she says she has a plan to save the ranch from foreclosure, Max, although he is undeniably attracted to her, doesn’t know if he should trust her.
I could not get enough of this novel. Emotionally charged and sensual, Max and Bree were burning up the pages. And the fact that both had secrets they were keeping upped the book’s attraction for me.
What surprised me in this book was the fact that the author made the world of professional bull riding sound so interesting. While I love a good cowboy book, for some reason I never veered into that setting before. The characters, with all their secrets, were so interesting. They had a very realistic feel to them and I appreciated the fact that they were not your standard cookie cutter romance characters. They had a bite to them which kept my eyes glued to the pages.
Occasionally the plot dragged but overall, it evened itself out.
A Love as Wild as the West . . .
Aubrey Madison is starting over. Leaving Los Angeles and everything behind except the scars of her ruined past, Bree sets out for cowboy country. Now she has a new home, a new job-and a new worry: the ruggedly sexy rancher who makes her long for things she shouldn't . . .
Rough and tumble cattleman Max Jameson has broken wild stallions and faced angry bulls. Yet the redheaded city cupcake who turned up at the High Heather Ranch might be his undoing. Bree has a plan to rescue the ranch from foreclosure that's just crazy enough to work. But will Max gamble his future on a beautiful stranger?