Lila's assignment was simple... fly to Wyoming, spend two days interviewing the cowboy owner of Triple W Ranch and fly back home to New York City to write the magazine article. What she wasn't expecting was the immediate sexual attraction and undeniable chemistry with rancher, Jace Millet.
Jace Millet was used to living alone on a big ranch in the middle of Wyoming with only a few workhands to keep him company. When the gorgeous Lila arrived to interview him, his thoughts quickly turned to how he could possibly persuade her to stay forever...
©2013 Tali Martel (P)2013 Pink Lotus Publishing, Inc.
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
It was ok.... I personally like Dez Burke and her alpha men better... but Laramie was awesome as usually with these sort of romance books.... I even liked her cowboy country accent...
This is a credit for Laramie narration alone... story is eh... could use some work... but I was entertained....
Jace and Lila were nothing short of adorable! When Jace asked Lila if he could court her my heart melted! I love my alpha males, but I'm glad I gave this sweet and sexy cowboy a ride. He was definitely worth it. I really enjoyed Piper Laramie's narration. She easily brings this lovely story to life.
I wish they wouldn't advertise books like this as ROMANCE. I felt that this was more of an erotic novel and if that's what I wanted that's what I would have searched for.
in the middle
when he called the pilot back
at the cabin when they got caught in the storm
I'm a black cowgirl, so I thoroughly enjoyed the build up of the story line about the white hot cowboy.
I love to read and I'm happy that I get to follow along with a audiobooks
That you get so much out of this book I just read the book with the audio. And I got to tell you. I couldn't get enough of it.
Have, because he was a woot to read and listen to. I love Jace. I want my own Cowboy.
Jace, because she was on point with him and I like Pepper Larmie she was a good narrator.
Far away from home. Lol or Her Own Cowboy.
READ THIS BOOK.
Yes, hearing the story only adds to my appreciation of Jace and Lila's story.
The flow of the story kept me intrigued with wanting to know what would happen next.
I felt like was actually in the story itself.
I could have listened in one setting, but I think I appreciated it more by breaking it down to more sessions.
I hope that Tali has a sequel in mind. I would to read more about Jace and Lila as well as see where the storyline goes with Mia, Lila's suster.
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