Manager for Hart’s Horse Rescue, Lucy Lenoir, finally feels she has a handle on life after having worked hard to leave her old one behind. So hard, there are times she almost forgets what she escaped. Memories which suddenly come flooding back when she catches a glimpse of a familiar horseman in town.
What’s worse, he’s in the company of the unlikely cowboy she’s only just beginning to trust.
High Mountain Tracker, Bo Rivera, tries hard never to repeat his mistakes. A huge one changed the course of his life and made him particularly cautious, especially around women. So much so, he almost passed up on the best thing to ever walk into his life; the compact, blonde ballbuster in need of a gentle hand.
However, the more he learns about her, the more he realizes a soft touch alone won’t keep her demons at bay. Those will need a firmer hand…to keep the gun steady.
Lucy and Beau finally act on their attraction
Beau and Lucy. You knew this day was coming when they finally acted on their attraction. But I never suspected the secrets she was keeping. Wow. Just wow. The things she lived through and got away from. Then to be found when she finally found a good home, job and man. This story is a little heartbreaking, but it was great to see how strong Lucy is and how she has survived and been a force to be reckoned with. I love seeing strong female characters and Lucy is one of the strongest I have seen in a long time.
Jamal Roque is a new narrator for me. I enjoyed listening to him as Beau. His twang made Beau a southern boy and more human. Ada Sinclair, as always, does a great job with Lucy. I think both narrators worked well together and would love to hear this duo more.