When Mike comes Anna's rescue, she finds herself attracted to the tall, sexy cowboy more than she ever imagined. Problem is he's a bull rider and a man facing that kind of danger is not for her.
Mike finds Anna intriguing. She's nothing like the buckle bunnies who want nothing more than to snag a world champion bull rider. He doesn't get into groupies and Anna is anything but. She's a whole lot of woman rolled up into one sexy package. Mike knows he has some convincing to do but he's determined to make Anna his own.
Brianna Wilson inherits her estranged father's ranch and has ideas on how to get the failing ranch back in the black, and dives in with plan in hand.
Joe never believed he could fall for a woman so fast until he finds Brianna sprawled in a mud puddle. Problem is she comes charging into her role as boss, making decisions that could end up with every ranch hand quitting.
Brianna and Joe butt heads but she soon comes to realize there's no controlling an alpha male cowboy like Joe. She might be the boss, but in the bedroom he's the one with the control.
Back in the Saddle
Susan Fairfield's return from Dallas to the family ranch in Arizona is bittersweet. It's been nine years since she'd fallen in love with Gray, when her dreams of happily ever afters had been crushed to dust.
Seeing Susan again stuns Gray. He'd fallen for her hard and she broke his heart. He's not about to go through that hell again. But when Gray learns the truth, he's determined that nothing come hell or high water will keep them part.
This review is hard for me because I am such a fan of the author. All of the books in this series were wonderful and I gave 5 stars to them, however, this one was not good at all. 3 stories of alpha men who treat women with a “male control” factor. I wasn’t impressed at the way the men treated the women in the bedroom. I know the male characters were family of people in precious books, but I wish I wouldn’t have spent the money on this one at all.