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Publisher Description

Horse trainer Stone Dempsey’s life is all about the ride—with horses and women. He uses his equine talents to impress the country club set and earn money for Smoky Mountain Reining Horses. When his drug-addicted sister deposits her sick baby on his doorstep, he’s suddenly saddled with real responsibility.  

Dr. Emmersyn Cole’s goal of starting a practice in her favorite place on earth is finally coming to fruition and she is not going to be sidetracked. Everything is going great until Stone swaggers into her life, half-dressed with a smile that could melt her insides. She's determined to keep her distance…until he rushes into her grandfather’s home, clutching a feverish baby, terrified and vulnerable, and her heart’s hard shell begins to crack.

In only a few short weeks, Stone’s wayward heart suddenly relies on two women—one who needs him—and one that he might not be able to live without.

September 26
The Wild Rose Press, Inc
The Wild Rose Press, Inc

Customer Reviews

Sop book girl ,

Loved it!

Loved this story. I'm a sucker for a good cowboy any. Stone is the bad boy every woman loves. He loves them right back. But there is more to Stone than first sight would suggest or that he would want you to know... I love Leslie's writing and really look forward to more western romances from her. If you liked this one check out her Arkadia Fast series.

777sails ,

Two Hearts, One Stone

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher, The Wild Rose Press, Inc via NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing it.

This was a wonderful story. Stone is a womanizing horse trainer working for Emmersyn Cole’s grandfather. Emma returns home after becoming a doctor to open up a practice in her hometown. The fireworks just light up right from the beginning. There were parts that were hilarious and some sad. The road to a HEA was filled with strife, jealousy and other women interference.

The dual POV format was really helpful to help me identify with the characters. This is a book that I highly recommend for someone over the age of 18.

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