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BREAKING THE COWBOY'S RULES (WILDHORSE RANCH BROTHERS) BY LESLIE NORTH
Release Date: May 2, 2017
Ranch owner, Trevor Wild, loves nothing more than spending his day in the saddle riding in the Texas sun. He’s passionate about being the latest generation of Wild man to breed quarter horses on Wildhorse Ranch. But in the aftermath of inheriting a bad business deal the Ranch is in serious financial trouble, and this serious cowboy needs to look outside the box to save his family’s pride and joy.
Glamping guru, Sabrina Hearthstone, is the best of the best at what she does, and she could very well be Trevor’s saving grace. The blonde beauty arrives at Wildhorse Ranch ready to get the job done. She’s all business when it comes to bringing a little luxury to the leather and dirt clad Ranch. But soon she’ll realize that to renovate the Ranch for Glamping she may have to renovate its cowboy too.
Sabrina is tempting on a whole lot of levels for Trevor—when he gives into both her touch, and the 1,000 thread count bed sheets, he finds that she soothes his soul. However, Sabrina’s world is a difficult thing for the hardened cowboy to accept. Trevor will have to learn to accept Sabrina and her changes to his world, not only to save Wildhorse Ranch, but to save a love he never expected to find.
REVIEW: BREAKING THE COWBOY'S RULES (WILDHORSE RANCH BROTHERS) BY LESLIE NORTH
Breaking the Cowboy's Rules by Leslie North
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Trevor is as untamed at the spirited beasts, he seeks to breed. With the soul of a cowboy and a name like Wild, Ms. North takes readers on a fiery ride of passion, romance and compromise. The stallion seeks to claim his mate, if he doesn't let pride ruin his chance. Breaking the Cowboy's Rules is a turbulent journey. Ms. North has a way of making an often used scenario (opposites attract) seem like uncharted territory.
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HEALING THE QUARTERBACK (WILDHORSE RANCH BROTHERS) BY LESLIE NORTH
Charlie Wild knows how to score. On and off the field he’s been a force to be reckoned with since his father taught him how to throw a spiral in the back pasture of Wildhorse Ranch. But a recent injury calls into question his ability to play football and points a finger at his wild child reputation. He’s been given an ultimatum: overhaul his image by renovating his hometown hospital or get off the field.
The last thing Dr. Dylan Rose needs is yet another man telling her what to do and certainly not what to do with her hospital. She’d left Houston and the sports stars she’d fixed there, tired of watching big bulky men beat each other up for fun. So when Charlie Wild limps into her hospital she wants nothing more than to fix his hot body up and see that great ass walk out the door.
Charlie is taken by the sexy doctor. Her sweet smile hides a sharp tongue that he enjoys baiting just about as much as he loves kissing it. He’s on board for following her prescriptions and more than willing to teach her new ways to score in the sheets. But when it comes to the final seconds of this play he’s going to have to decide what is more important: The doctor he’s learned to love, or the game he just can’t quit...
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REVIEW: HEALING THE QUARTERBACK (WILDHORSE RANCH BROTHERS) BY LESLIE NORTH
ARC Review: Healing The Quarterback (Wildhorse Ranch Brothers) by Leslie North
5 of 5 stars
Charlie Wild is like a kid in a candy store when it comes to women. Fame, money and his skill on the field, has made him a household name with a playboy rep. When injury comes calling, this wild child starts falling. This could prove to be the wake up call he needs to both his heart and his image. Dylan Rose and her healing hands have played a part in some of the best sports stars recoveries. She loves what she does, but has no time for bossy male egos. Charlie represents all the traits she despises. Arrogance, hardheadedness and a god complex that unleashes her sharp tongue. The sparks fly, the barbs land and the feeling overflow. Healing The Quarterback makes a great case for why Leslie North readers always come back for more.