Hot Texas nights are always in store for the strapping heroes and passionate ladies of Linda Lael Miller’s New York Times best-selling romances. In this chapter of her remarkable McKettricks saga, bull rider Austin returns home to Blue River a broken man—his career over and his love life in shambles. But as he is nursed back to health—physically and emotionally—by the demanding nurse his brothers hired for him, Austin determines to grab life by the horns and ride once again.
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Everything fans of Linda Lael Miller can expect and more! This work stands on its own but is a 'not to be missed' if you've enjoyed other books in the McKettrick series.
Believer in what you can't see
The reestablishment of Paige and Austin's relationship after many years of regret and portrayal. It was sweet how the situations they found themselves in regain the trust they had lost before and made their love stronger.
Paige was my favorite. I like that she stay strong through all her struggles and was able to open up to new possibilities.
I like the scene when Austin takes care of Paige's feet, by putting beniodine on them and then blowing on her feet to take the sting away.
Austin was the most memorable. He learned a lot after being thrown by the bull and having Paige back in his life. I like that he was kind to the animals and to the children in the family. He never belittle anyone.
I like this series, but the original McKettrick's series is better.
I like romance novels, but this one is just plain bad. I tried really hard to finish it, but just couldn't. I was listening to it on
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