Award-winning author Victoria Vane lets loose the fourth in the Hot Cowboy Nights series
WILD HORSES COULDN’T BRING THEM TOGETHER...
With exceptional talent and looks, cowboy “horse whisperer” Keith Russo once had the world at his feet — until his career was unwittingly destroyed by an aspiring filmmaker. After being rejected by his family for exploiting his Native American heritage, Keith has no choice but to turn back to his humble beginnings as a wild horse wrangler.
BUT MAYBE THEIR PASSION CAN...
Miranda Sutton always dreamed of making films, until wild mustangs captured her heart. But turning her grandmother’s Montana ranch into a wild horse sanctuary proves harder than she thought. She needs someone who knows wild horses. Keith and the mustangs need each other. And while working together to save the herd, Keith and Miranda discover a passion as wild as the mustangs they love.
Praise for Slow Hand:
“Scorching...witty...a red-hot cowboy tale...their sexual chemistry crackles.” —Publishers Weekly
Sparks ignite when a horse whisperer meets an aspiring filmmaker in Vane's fourth Hot Cowboy Nights contemporary (after Sharp Shootin' Cowboy). Miranda Sutton, assigned to film the rounding up of wild mustangs in the Calico Mountains of Nevada, becomes reacquainted with Keith Russo, a renowned horse whisperer who claims that Miranda's previous video of him ruined his reputation as a horse trainer even though her producer was the one who portrayed him as a fraud. Miranda and Keith's attraction builds during a night together alone in the desert, and their mutual desire culminates in a sexy night in Reno. After returning to Montana, Miranda asks her grandmother Jo-Jo if she would consider adopting wild mustangs to help sustain her ranch. Though Miranda knows that Keith would be the best person to assist with the horses, she doubts he would be willing to give up his drifting ways and take a risk on their relationship and future together. Vane's in-depth knowledge of wild mustangs adds realism to this novel, with its beautiful portrayal of the wilds of the desert as a parallel to the ever-changing but scintillating relationship between Miranda and Keith.