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Janie's employer at the Split Rock Ranch and Resort, Renner Jackson, has gotten himself tangled up in a devil's bargain trying to finish the construction. His new partner's daughter, Tierney Pratt, is a spoiled daddy's girl and off-limits-no matter how drop-dead gorgeous she is. But Tierney's got her own secret reasons for keeping the rough-and-tumble cowboy at a distance.
When things get down and dirty at the resort, Abe and Renner must saddle up and fight to rope in the women they can't imagine living without.
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By Mary on 03-30-12
The Good Stuff
Would you consider the audio edition of Wrangled and Tangled to be better than the print version?
Yes because the narrator, really brought all the charcaters to life.
What other book might you compare Wrangled and Tangled to and why?
This book was pretty hot and steamy, just without all the extra kink! Which was a nice suprise because this author usually takes it all the way there. I love Lorilie James writing, i'm just not into all the erotic play.... mwm, mm,dom-sub ya know All That! However if you're into that she's your girl!
What about Scarlet Chase’s performance did you like?
The narrator was dead on. This story has very strong male characters and I usually prefer a male voice in reads like this however I don't think a man could have handled this read. Nice job.
If you could rename Wrangled and Tangled, what would you call it?
Nice and Nasty!
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By Ms. Terry Lunney on 09-07-13
HOT HOT HOT!
Two! You get two hot stories in one! This is a great book and the stories are well woven together and resolve several of the loose ends that had been brought up in the previous stories. The common theme between the stories is that where there is love there is a way. It doesn't matter if you have been divorced for eight years or a two time loser up the aisle- when it's right you just have to put it out there and convince her to say yes. Fortunately, the cowboys in LJ's world are such prime examples of masculine goodliness that any woman would say 'Hell Yes!'. I think I'm going to Wyoming next year on holiday and pray I meet someone like the men in her books.
Scarlet does a great job of narrating and I liked the little 'bite' to her voice when she speaks in Tierney's voice- nailed it!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful