Monday, June 23, 2014

Riding Home by Vicki Lewis Thompson (Sons of Chance, #16)

Riding Home
by Vicki Lewis Thompson

My rating: 4 stars

Series: Sons of Chance - Book 16
Publication Date: August 1, 2014
Publisher: Harlequin Blaze
ISBN: 9780373798117
Genre: Adult Contemporary Romance
Print Length: 224 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

Synopsis:

Perfect is good.

Imperfect is even better…

City-slicker lawyer Jeannette Trenton is about as welcome at the Last Chance Ranch as a rattlesnake at a square dance. She's there to atone for one major mistake. But Jeannette's pretty sure righting her big wrong does not include thinking lustful thoughts about the ranch's new cowhand….

Zach Powell knows Jeannette's type—a wound-up-tight perfectionist with one eye on her email at all times. Heck, that used to be him. She needs to shake it loose, face her imperfections and allow herself to make mistakes. There's definitely no mistake about the wickedly sexy vibe between them. This gal is gonna have to "cowboy up"…or miss the ride of her life!


Riding Home (Sons of Chance, #16)My Review:
Riding Home by Vicki Lewis Thompson
My Rating:  4 Stars

Is it possible to take the lawyer out of the city and teach them the benefits of the slower pace, beautiful scenery and the joy of working with your hands? For Zach Powell, leaving the blistering pace of being a high-powered attorney behind has gained him an inner peace and a chance to regroup and refocus on what’s important in life. When Jeanette comes back to the Last Chance in an attempt to atone for one of the biggest mistakes of her life, she finds the new ranch hand intriguing, and sexy as all get out. But how could a man who is so connected to the wide open spaces around him possibly understand the lure of the big city, the lights, the action and the power? Their sexual chemistry is off the charts, but there is no future for the cowboy and the city girl, or is there? Is Zach more like Jeanette than she knows? Did he need to go from one extreme to another before finding his center of balance? Where does Jeanette fit in now that Zach has burrowed through her hard outer shell to her soft heart?

Riding Home by Vicki Lewis Thompson continues her contemporary western romance with a light touch, never digging too deep into the darkness of the past. A wonderful summer read, where one can smell the earthy tones of leather, sweet, fresh air and feel the heat of two passionate people finding someone who understands what makes them tick. With supporting characters full of life and loyalty, this romantic tale fuels the need for a happy ending for all. I mean, really, who couldn’t fall for a rugged man and his love of the outdoors?

I received this ARC edition from Harlequin Blaze in exchange for my honest review.



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