This book is for readers 18 and older.
Publication Date: March 16th 2011
Series: Book 1 of Wants Ads
Genre: Erotica/ Western Romance
Reviewed For: BLB E-book Tours
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Book Blurb: Ann Marie needs a horse trainer to ready her prized stallion to run for the money. When hunky horseman Travis Brooks answers her ad, she knows he’s the man for the job. But is she willing to let go of her husband’s memory and open up her heart to Travis?
Travis Brooks knows horses. But women? He can take ‘em or leave ‘em—mostly leave ‘em—especially since his divorce. Ann Marie pushes all his buttons and he’s not quite sure what to do with her. Can a stubborn horseman and one feisty rancher find love in the heat of the Texas Plains?
My Thoughts: Sandy Sullivan is a new author for me and I loved her. She writes beautifuly and really knows how to tell a story. I found myself really feeling like I was there.I enjoyed both main characters in this story, especially Travis. He was your typical male who thought he never deserved to be loved again after his last wife cheated on him and his son passed away. Ann Marie who also lost her husband, is a character a reader easily was able to connect too. She is very real with herself about her feelings and to Travis. This story is not only a romance, there is more to it. There are several underlying plots that keep the reader busy in the background as the reader also visions these two falling in love.
I very much enjoyed this story and recommend it to anyone who likes a good romance and doesn't mind a little extra spice. The intimate scenes were not over the top and we typical scenes, no over the top make you blush scenes. I would definitely check this one out to keep yourself entertained this summer.
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