Wild at Heart. . .
Wild. Reckless. Stubborn. That's Luke Malloy in a nutshell. The solitary life of a rancher and the untamed Montana wilderness make him feel alive-and nothing will ever change that. Not even being thrown from his horse and forced to accept a stranger's help. The fact that this stranger is a beautiful blonde with a passion for ranching that rivals his own doesn't hurt. But there's a secret she's hiding, and Luke won't rest until he uncovers it...
Ingrid Larsen doesn't need anyone's help. Not with managing her family's ranch. Not with raising her little sister. And certainly not with the mysterious incidents occurring on her property. When this too-sexy-for-his-own-good cowboy needs a place to recover, she hopes he'll be in and out in no time flat. But just as she's beginning to trust Luke's promise of protection, Ingrid's secret threatens to tear them apart.
I am starting a library of books from R.C. Ryan. I like that she sets her stories in Montana. She has really given us true characters. I didn't get pulled into this book. I jumped in by myself. I am a western fan. This book has some graphic scenes scattered around. I hope you still want to read this book. Be prepared. Ingrid found Luke unconscious and brought him to her ranch thinking he shot at mustangs. He gets better and sees she runs the ranch alone with one wrangler, Mick. Two men want her ranch. Her mother,Nadine, runs after men in bars. Ingrid and her little sister Lily try to stay away. Luke wants to stay and protect them. The ranch had lots of accidents. There is more to come but you will need to read to the end. You may need tissues close. If you like cattle, horses and the West I would recommend you to read this book. You won't regret it. I volunteered to read and review this book.