Drawn home by her father’s death, former champion barrel racer Lynn Walker realizes her passion still burns inside her. All she needs to rejoin the exciting and competitive rodeo circuit is a horse with heart and speed - and the means to buy one. Horses are part of rodeo livestock contractor Bryan Stone’s world. Despite his misgivings, the rough and rugged man finds what his former childhood friend needs to compete - White Moon.
It makes sense for Lynn to accompany Bryan as he takes his livestock from one rodeo to another. What neither anticipates is the impact of those days and nights together. Attraction becomes need. Friendship becomes something deeper, something with the power to change both of them.
But Bryan's life is filled with responsibility, decisions, and sometimes danger. The last thing he’ll do is jeopardize Lynn’s dream. She must be free to ride and win.
Originally published as a Harlequin Intimate Encounter, White Moon immerses readers in the rodeo world and the brave men and women who embrace it.
The characters are just to lame, not deeply developed. I like the rodeo background, but even that didn't make the listen to this all book , quitted at middle. I can hardly remember it now.... so imagine.
Don't remember anything from the narrator so it must have been average.