The Heart Never Lies

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The Heart Never Lies

Kit McCauley is tired of waiting for Beau Tucker to make a move. So it comes as a disappointment that he is leaving her and the ranch. For years she has lusted over him and knows now it is more than just simple lust. She never expected that the time she realizes her feelings he is about to leave. As a woman she knows that if she just shies away once more she will miss the chance to make her intentions real. Can she be bold enough to seduce him?
Beau Tucker is tired of waiting for Kit to come to him. He’s worked at the Double C ranch for years lusting over her. She is the daughter of his boss, wealthy and beautiful. Each time he tries to make a move she turns her back on him. So it is time to up and move as he can’t take one more day of seeing men ask her for marriage.  It’s killing him inside. Can he leave Kit once and for all?
Cindy K. Green definitely knows how to write sweet romances especially when it has a cowboy like Beau Tucker. Here is a man who wants Kit with every breath he has. Kit is unsure of what she feels but knows it is time to be a woman and get the man she wants. This was a fun story to get immersed in. The Heart Never lies is a sweet story, yet a little passionate. It has just the right amount of both to make it memorable and satisfying.

Book Blurb for The Heart Never Lies

When ranch hand Beau Tucker announces his intent to leave the Double C for California, Kit McCauley tells herself, ‘Good riddance.’ Unfortunately her heart isn’t quite in agreement with her head. Perhaps she’ll just have one more talk with the handsome cowboy before he disappears out of her life forever.

Temperatures rise as their interlude is interrupted by an injured horse thief who shoots at Beau and kidnaps Kit. Will Beau be in time to save her or did the ruffian’s bullet ring true, bringing his young life to an end and forever keeping their revelations unsaid?

Short excerpt: Provided by the author

“Get off me, Beau Tucker.” She attempted a glare, but her lips trembled and a tear trailed across her cheek. Her compelling eyes, brimming with hurt, almost made him forget about his doubts in her—about everything other than kissing her senseless.

“Why should I answer any of your questions?” She struggled against him, but he held her in place. She huffed but rested back against the hay. “What’s the real reason you’re leavin’?”

“So, you do care that I’m going?” He couldn’t help the self-satisfied grin he sent her way.

“Don’t get all swollen-headed. I…I don’t give a straw where you go or what you do.”

“You don’t, do you?” He slid his left hand from her shoulder, across her collar bone, and up the column of her slender neck. Her pulse raced hard beneath his fingers.

“No, I don’t.” Her voice faltered. “Now let me up,” she whispered as her eyes clouded with moisture.

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2009 4.00