Some men can't be tamed…
Domesticity can starve a man's soul, and drifter cowboy Luke Griffin believes in absolute freedom. His gig at the Last Chance Ranch will end soon, and he'll move on. But then Luke gets splashed by a green energy drink from a platform in a tree, and suddenly things get complicated.
Naomi Perkins was studying the nesting of a rare pair of bald eagles when she accidentally "baptizes" the delish cowboy. And when his shirt comes off…good morning, libido! But this attraction isn't just mutual—it's fierce enough to send them both tumbling into a no-strings fling.
It's a temporary arrangement, even if it is way more intense than anything Naomi could have imagined. But when the time comes, will she be able to let this wild cowboy go?
What disappointed you about Wild at Heart?
The narrator. I could not listen to this audiobook past Chapter 2.
Would you ever listen to anything by Vicki Lewis Thompson again?
Yes. Although I am growing tired of the Chance Ranch romances...too similar.
What didn’t you like about Dale Towarnicky’s performance?
Her voice was not suitable for the male character. Hard to distinguish between female and male character. Monotone.
What character would you cut from Wild at Heart?
Any additional comments?
A waste of a credit.
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