Trace Mitchem is the foreman at Bridleton and a confirmed bachelor whose main goal in life is to build a ranch he can call his own. Cheyenne Bartell is the youngest heir to the Texas ranching dynasty. What she lacks in self-confidence, she makes up for in spirit and determination. Trace and Chey have known each other for years and worked side by side to save Bridleton. He's prefers to keep a safe distance between them. She wants to explore the smoldering attraction they share.
It's a standoff until an unexpected accident changes everything. Suddenly, Chey is the wary one, and Trace is demanding so much more. Until something happens that changes everything again....
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Even better than Bridleton!
Sexy. Rewarding. Wonderful.
It is the sequel to Bridleton, but I thought it was better. There seemed to be more depth to the story. There was the issues of alcoholism and awful childhood experiences dealt with.
Once again, the voice of Johnny Peppers just make you think hot, sexy cowboy!
A story of overcoming old problems, pursuing old crushes and winning with the reward of finding love.
This book will stand alone. If you love romance, you will love this book!
- Terri C.
Chey's and Trace's story
I was recently introduced to Ms Barker’s books/audiobooks and am happy to say I have become a fan.This story is the second in the author’s series titled Bridleton.Our main characters are Trace Mitchem, foreman in Bridleton who dreams of owning his own ranch, and Chey , one of the Bartell triplets and part of a Texas ranching dynasty.These two have known each other forever. There has been an attraction, but he feels that while she is part of a dynasty , he is only the foreman. Life is full of surprises and they are thrown together.What I liked best is that the author shows us individuals that are not perfect. Life is not perfect or black and white. It’s about struggles and coming out of them a better person and that during that rocky road , when there is love and support , there is hope .The audiobook of this story was excellent. The narrator Johnny Peppers, did a great job of making the listener feel we were “in” the story.I was gifted this audiobook. The opinions expressed are solely my own.
- Yvonne T. Cruz