When the Cavanaugh brothers return home for their father's funeral, they discover unexpected evidence of the old man's surprising double life - a son named Blue, who wants the Triple C Ranch as much as they do. The eldest son, Deacon, a wealthy businessman who couldn't wait to leave the ranch and move on with his life, is looking to use his powerful connections to stop Blue at any cost. He never expected the ranch's forewoman, Mackenzie Byrd, to get in his way. Mac knows Deacon means to destroy the ranch and therefore destroy her livelihood. But as the two battle for control, their attraction builds. Now Deacon is faced with the choice of a lifetime: Take down the Triple C to feed his need for revenge, or embrace the love of the one person who has broken down every barrier to his heart.
"Saddle up for a sexy, intensely emotional ride with cowboys that put the wild in wild west. Laura Wright never disappoints!" ---Alexandra Ivy, author of Hunt the Darkness
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Really liked this one, looking forward to the next
Since I didn't read the print version, I guess I can't really answer. However I use audio because I don't have time to sit down with the print, and I can listen while doing other things. That being said I really enjoyed the audio version.
I think answering this question in any detail would be a bit of a spoiler, so I will just say, I think I could actually feel Mac's trepidation of the intrusion during the pool scene.
Kaleo Griffith did a fine job with the characters in my opinion, not sure I can pick a favorite, but the voices lent did add some character to the characters for me.
I love a bit of mystery with my romance, and I found this one intriguing. I am looking forward to the rest of this series. The only complaint I have (and it is just a small annoyance) is that the scene changes happened so quickly that I felt like they were spliced together.
Good premise for a story but fell a little short