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The Charmer in Chaps

Narrated by: Tieran Wilder
Series: Princes of Texas, Book 1
Length: 10 hrs and 5 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Cimarron County knows the youngest son of the fabled Prince family as a womanizing hell-raiser, but Luca has changed, and he intends to prove it. There's just one problem - a woman with sparkling eyes and more fight than a barnyard cat. 

After a childhood of living in foster homes, Ella Kendall has exactly three things to her name: a dog, a pig, and the rundown house she just inherited. Luca may not remember her from high school, but she definitely remembers him. He is as seductive as he was then, but Ella isn't about to fall for his flirting. She recognizes a playboy cowboy when she sees one. 

Luca knows Ella has learned the hard way to trust no one but herself. Yet the closer he gets to Ella, the more he wants to be the only one she leans on - because Ella is the only woman for him, and he wants to be the man who finally gives her the home she truly deserves.

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A delicious read!

The story was well crafted and the characters were so well developed. By the end I felt as though I had a lawn chair right beside Cordelia. I'm eager to see how Nick and Haley end up.

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Slow not my type

It handles a disability issue very clearly but the story line was to simple to support it.
JL usually does a better job.