Sharp Shootin' Cowboy
"Spicy and fun...A spirited, heartwarming story."—Long and Short Reviews
Tempers and passion flare when former Marine, turned rancher and hunting guide, Reid Everett, clashes with conservationist Haley Cooper in the middle of the Wyoming wilderness. Can they remain on opposite sides of the fence with such ardent chemistry threatening to explode between them?
Weary warrior… After eight years as a Marine sniper, war-scarred Reid Everett is back in his native Wyoming. He knows and loves this rugged land, so working for wildlife services to reduce the booming wolf population suits him to a T.
Caring crusader… Wildlife biologist Haley Cooper is desperate to make a difference. Leaving the world of academia behind, she accepts a position as a wolf advocate to protect the animals she loves.
Raw attraction… Their jobs set them on a collision course, but chemistry sparks like wildfire between Reid and Haley. They’ll have to brave some rough territory if they hope to reconcile their polarizing views with a passion that won’t be denied.
Hot Cowboy Nights Series:
Slow Hand (Book 1)
Rough Rider (Book 2)
Sharp Shootin’ Cowboy (Book 3)
Saddle Up (Book 4)
Praise for Slow Hand:
“For erotic passion and one-liners, the first in Vane’s new series will satisfy.” —RT Book Reviews
“Deliciously wicked banter… rich storyline and vibrant characterizations make this an intense and satisfying read.” —Fresh Fiction
Best Book in the Series!
This is the third in Ms. Vane’s latest western series and I liked it the best. This latest release went into great depth with the hero’s and heroine’s thoughts and past histories, wounds that needed healing and their hunger for love. The back and forth, to and fro of their on again-off again relationship was so understandable from both the hero’s and heroine’s points of view; and I did get impatient at times with both Reid and Haley to get their heads on straight and communicate better! I think they both finally realized that good communication allows trust to build in relationships and that it takes perseverance and hard work to get to mutual understandings. This romance was very well thought out and the author was a virtuoso getting through all the twists and turns and having all the tangles come out to a happy ending.