Expert rider Mac Foster's got it bad for Anastasia Bickford, but he's fighting it. Read more...
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Expert rider Mac Foster's got it bad for Anastasia Bickford, but he's fighting it. Not only is she a friend--she's his boss's sister, making her the last person he should be lusting after. To make matters worse, she's creating a name for herself as an artist, and it's only a matter of time before the world comes knocking at her door.
Though Anastasia has a growing reputation for her vivid drawings of a legendary wild stallion they call the Ghost, she's never seen him. A secret fear of horses has forced her to rely only on photos. Since no one knows the Ghost better than Mac, he can help her overcome her fear by teaching her to ride. But in order to get closer to the stallion, she'll have to get closer to the man.
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-09-28
- Reviewer: Staff
Thompsons second lighthearted Sexy Texans contemporary (after Crazy for the Cowboy) continues the revitalization of a dying panhandle town, thanks to the tourist draw of Wild Horse Canyon Adventures. Artist Anastasia Bickford draws portraits each day in Sadies saloon. She also sells drawings of a wild horse called Ghost, based on pictures taken by her good friend Mac Foster, a cowboy who works for the trail ride company. Anastasia wants to overcome her childhood fear of horses and learn to ride so she can attend her sisters wedding in the canyon and see Ghost in the flesh. Mac agrees to teach her, and their proximity overcomes the objections each has to a relationship. Great kisses and hot sex will titillate readers, but the obstacles to the romance are too flimsy to hang a plot on. The minutiae of horse-ridding lessons will tickle horse lovers, but they slow the pace. Agent: Jenny Bent, Bent Agency. (Nov.)