Montana horse breeder McKinnon Quinn savors his “no women on my ranch” rule. So when Casey Westmoreland asks for a job, he turns her down flat. Despite her innocent looks, she tempts him beyond reason. Now Casey has vowed to get McKinnon to hire her and make him her first—and only—lover.
©2007 Brenda Streater Jackson (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
I like mysteries and female sleuths especially. Fantasy novels involving vampires, werewolves, witches, faries and elves are all favorites.
I totally enjoyed the story. What I didn't like was the narrator.
I liked the relationship between the characters.
He didn't pronounce the Westmoreland name correctly. His adaptation had no feeling.
I would not cut anyone.
Stick with Pete Ohms or Avery Glymph to narrate the Madaris and Westmoreland series of books.
Love this story. I sometimes struggled with the narrator's pronunciation of Westmoreland and McKinnon. It sounded more like Wesmerlin and Muhkinnah. I guess it is probably a regional pronunciation of the names.
Still it is a wonderful love story. Casey and McKinnon's story proves that love heals all wounds. You will get lost in this story.
from brenda yes jack no
ok ending .
im not sure
my wth moment in the book was when he got turned on about two horse's getting it on, I had to fast forward that part. I think that's what made me think twice about this book.
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