Saddle Up

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Saddle Up

Clean Slate Ranch

"Saddle Up" is a beautiful story of first love and second chances. Reyes just wants to forget his past and look toward his future, but his ex keeps popping up and making his life difficult. His ex was controlling and abusive and is determined to get Reyes back no matter what. Miles has always had feelings for Reyes but never voiced them. He saw what Reyes ex did and is determined to protect Reyes and be whatever he needs.

Between the pages of "Saddle Up" you get a burning sizzling chemistry that brews between these two. Neither of them can ignore it, but Reyes will try with all his might. He just ended one relationship, he’s not ready to start another. Readers get so many conflicting emotions in this book. It's beautifully written with such a great setting. I loved the cowboy theme and the author kept it very modern. "Saddle Up" grabs your attention from the beginning and keeps it throughout the book. You will be pulled in as these two people struggle and discover the power of love and how far they’ll go for each other.

Book Blurb for Saddle Up

Reyes Caldero keeps his past buried deep and his emotions buried deeper. But what he doesn’t say he always makes up for with his actions. When the hot chef he once saved from an abusive ex turns up at Clean Slate Ranch, the quiet cowboy is happy to act on their sizzling chemistry, even if he’s not ready to share his secrets—or his heart.

Miles Arlington needs to get the hell out of San Francisco, and heading north for a job near Clean Slate Ranch seems like just the thing. It doesn’t hurt that his secret crush slash onetime rescuer happens to work at the ranch. Miles has never been one for the outdoors, but the superhot Reyes has him ready to saddle up.

Reyes is happy to keep things casual, even though his heart has other ideas. And when Miles is forced to confront his past again, Reyes and Miles will have to put all their trust in each other if they want any chance at building a future together.

This book is approximately 86,000 words

Carina Press acknowledges the editorial services of Alissa Davis

Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2018 4.00