Publisher Description

New York Times Bestselling Author Vivian Arend​ brings you the first STAND ALONE book in the bestselling SIX PACK RANCH series.


Sometimes love is right there for the taking.


Responsible oldest of six brothers, Blake Coleman knows his desire for the sweet girl-next-door is wrong. While Jaxi has grown into a western-hat-wearing blonde with slim legs that go on forever, the responsible thing to do is keep his hands off.


Jaxi has other plans for Blake's hands, and his heart. She's more than ready to convince him they’d be perfect together, but he can't seem to see past the big "don't touch" sign that's apparently hanging around her neck.


When Jaxi ends up living on the Six Pack ranch right under Blake's nose, the undeniable heat between them slides off simmer and up to barn-burning levels. When a couple of Blake’s younger brothers decide Jaxi's brand of trouble is worth getting tangled up with, Blake's going to have to let go the reins and fight for what he really wants—her heart, forever.


Warning: Unapologetically sexy, this book contains cowboys seducing and being seduced: in trucks, pool halls, and barns. Drool-worthy country charm, a little double-teaming, and a lot of secrets are revealed as the Coleman family saga begins. Saddle up and ride.

Originally published 2011

15 November
Arend Publishing Inc
Arend Publishing Inc.

Customer Reviews

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Readable and entertaining

Readable and entertaining - you'll just have to suspend belief when the heroine turns out to be a scheming stalker/sociopath and everyone treats it like that what love is

And when she complains about an expensive meal bought for her - that she could cook herself for cheaper at home - what sane person has ever made that statement?

Alluding to Travis' secrets throughout the book, but no details, seems unnecessary - he could have just been brooding and mysterious without his "secrets" being referenced FIVE times without any pay out

I'd also love to see the 30yr in the future jump cut where she's burnout from matrying herself for her community and family, and resents that she's the only one whoever does anything

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