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THE DEVIL WEARS SPURS (TEXAS KINGS # 1) BY SORAYA LANE
Always in the shadow of his over-achieving brothers, youngest brother Ryder fell in love with rodeos as a teenager and soon became the most successful bull and Bronco rider in the state. The ultimate playboy, Ryder likes to party hard, and he often makes bad decisions… including gambling. He's so used to winning that he doesn't hesitate to up the stakes one night, betting more than he can handle—his third of the King Ranch.
Chloe has seen Ryder on the rodeo scene, but she's also noticed him at the bar where she works. She's trying to work to save enough to put herself through college—she completed two years before she had to bail her dad out of a bad debt—losing all her savings in the process. Her father gambled all her life, and she had it tough as a kid, but the one thing she does know how to do is play—and win—at any kind of card game. When she finds Ryder in trouble, she makes him an offer—she will win his ranch back, if he pays her college fees and promises to walk away from gambling, for good. But while she's winning back Ryder's cash, what she doesn't count on is winning his heart.
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REVIEW: THE DEVIL WEARS SPURS (TEXAS KINGS # 1) BY SORAYA LANE
The Devil Wears Spurs by Soraya Lane
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Proving himself is important to Ryder King. He wants more than to be known as the family screw-up. That is understandable when the accomplishments of older siblings are compared to your shortcomings. His jealousy and resentment allowed him to make bad decisions. Soraya Lane turned the tables on her readers by presented the guy in distress. That is so wonderful and inspirational because normally it's the damsel who needs rescuing. Chloe has her own baggage to contend with and Ryder is her biggest temptation. Ryder thrived on risks. Chloe demanded stability. In order to succeed a little bit of both is required. The Devil Wears Spurs is a tempting read with spunky characters and KA storytelling. Loved it and would recommend.
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