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The Wild Ones

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: M. Leighton

Narrated By: Nick Podehl, Amy McFadden

Publisher: Brilliance Audio

Date: March 2013

Duration: 8 hours 2 minutes

Summary:

Camille "Cami" Hines is the darling daughter of the South's champion thoroughbred breeder, Jack Hines. She has a pedigree that rivals some of her father's best horses. Other than feeling a little suffocated at times, Cami thought she was pretty happy with her boyfriend, her life and her future. But that was before she met Patrick Henley. "Trick" blurs the lines between what Cami wants and what is expected of her. He's considered the "help," which is forbidden fruit as far as her father is concerned, not to mention that Trick would be fired if he ever laid a hand on her. And Trick needs his job. Desperately. His family depends on him. The heart wants what the heart wants, though, and Trick and Cami are drawn to each other despite the obstacles. At least the ones they know of. When Trick stumbles upon a note from his father, it triggers a series of revelations that could ruin what he and Cami have worked so hard to overcome. It turns out there's more to Trick's presence at the ranch than either of them knew, secrets that could tear them apart.

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  • Penny Ann Lupton

    This was an enjoyable read. I didn’t fall madly in love with it, but I did like it quite a bit. I used to ride horses when I was younger, so I enjoyed that aspect of the story. Trick is a sexy as sin cowboy hero—that’s always good for me. The chemistry between Cami and Trick was smokin’ hot. There were a lot of positives about this story. It even has a good twist I didn’t see coming. The only thing I didn’t like was the separation between Cami and Trick. I hate when a rift is caused between a couple and that rift could be mended with a simple conversation. Trick and Cami both loved each other, but both were too afraid to tell each other how they felt. Call it pride or stubbornness, whatever it was, all I wanted was for them to TALK to each other. Still, the author made it right in the end, and I liked the story enough to continue on with these characters if more books are released.