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TAKING CHARGE (LONE STAR BURN) BY RUTH CARDELLO
Release Date: October 25, 2016
Lucy Albright never wanted her family’s Texas ranch, but now it’s in foreclosure. She’s already lost so much she can’t bear the thought of losing one more thing. Lucy learned the hard way not to accept help from a man when there are strings attached, so she’ll do whatever it takes to save the ranch on her own terms—even if that means launching an online business marketing high-¬tech sex toys.
Ranch manager David Harmon has a reputation for being a cowboy with a heart of gold. Even if she refuses his help, down-and-out Lucy is the kind of woman he’ll do anything to protect. And while David may not know much about Lucy’s naughty side business, that won’t stop a cowboy from doing something he’s set his mind to.
With the ranch threatened by a scheming neighbor, Lucy can’t help but keep David around. Their attraction may be undeniable, but will the spark between them burn her entire future to the ground?
REVIEW: TAKING CHARGE (LONE STAR BURN) BY RUTH CARDELLO
Taking Charge by Ruth Cardello
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Taking Charge delivers. One of the main reasons I have become addicted to the Lone Star Burn series is the small town feel, mixed with big city problems. Each story has it's own way of making you laugh and cry but also getting to the heart of the matter with humility, wisdom and a whole lot heat. Lucy has a great deal of heart but a lack of trust and an abundance of guilt. Every child dreams of making their parents proud and having success come their way but shame and sorrow have become constant companions for this young woman. Determined to prove to herself she can, she sets out to save the family business and ends up getting more than she bargained for. A helping hand, guardian and just maybe the man of her dreams. Sometimes pride can be a person's worse enemy. Taking Charge uses humour and irresistibility to drive that point home.
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