Horses Wild Hearts
Romantic Suspense, Red Hots!
any novel with a lead paragraph like this, can't be all bad.
had to admit she felt a twinge of sympathy watching Joseph's scowling face
wince each time his family jewels slammed against the hard Western saddle. The
man would be impotent inside a week if he didn't do something to protect his
goodie bag. Damn shame too."
is a feisty character with a big heart. She's been unlucky at love so far, so
when she learns she has a stalker she doesn't give it much worry. When Kate
first meets Joe, the bodyguard her father insists she have, she feels the
instant attraction, but is hard pressed to do anything right away.
two main characters in this story are just wonderfully written. Each with their
own insecurities and hang ups they really are perfect for each other. Some
scenes in this book will make you giggle and even outright laugh, other scenes
are so hot they will make you melt.
love turns to obsession, those with the biggest hearts are the first to die.
Mathers has her very own stalker, though she prefers to call him a secret
admirer. Either way it's a bizarre idea considering she's never figured out how
to keep any man in her life for long. Now one's obsessed with her? It's hard to
believe—until her estranged father's birthday gift is to hire her a
bodyguard. Now the dangers are all too real. And so is the effect Joe Garity
has on her heart.
knows he's a human wrecking ball when it comes to relationships. The embittered
ex-cop tells himself he only took the job guarding Kate because he can't stand
to see the rug rats in her horse camp program in danger. Pretending to be her
lover isn't his idea of a perfect situation, but perfect goes a long way toward
describing the chemistry between them. For once in his life, Joe finds he
really doesn't want to screw this one up—personally or professionally.
if he can't figure out who's stalking Kate soon, her next birthday may be her
This title is full of horseplay, and horses AT play, tie-downs and tie-ups and
the kind of hot obsessive animal passion some men will kill for.
Dionysus is a witch and she needs to find a man. Not just any man, but a man
attuned to magic, a man who will fulfill the agreement her great-grandmother
made with the fairies long ago and save her humanity. But time's running out
and the luring spell she cast has brought her a man who's perfect for her in
every way but one. He wants nothing to do with magic.
For most of
David Pennyfield's life he's managed to deny his gifts until a week ago when his
magic sight returned. He's desperate to banish all magic from his life before
it drives him crazy like his mother. But when Isabell, The Witch of Seven
Isles, tells him sex magic with her is the only way to get what he wants, David
isn't sure which he wants more. . .a magic-free life or Isabell.
goes along with the saying be very careful of what you wish for. The story idea
wasn't bad, but somewhere along the way, about the time the fairy's became
bigger than three or so inches tall, the book gets a little lost. The story
itself seemed a little hard to follow in some places and didn't really do much
for me, but those who like magic and witch tales might enjoy the book and even
the growing little fairies, as well.