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Product Details

  • Paperback: 198 pages
  • Publisher: Phaze Books (June 19, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1606596853
  • ISBN-13: 978-1606596852
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.4 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,389,706 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Asha King likes good-looking men and hot books, and often strives to combine the two in contemporary, paranormal, and suspenseful romantic stories. She lives in the exotic land of Alberta, Canada, where she doesn't ride a polar bear to work but does drink vast amounts of locally brewed beer and watches hockey.

She loves connecting with readers and you can keep up to date with her online at www.AshaKing.com, where you'll find a list of her books as well as what she's working on.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Brooke Oliver on August 30, 2012
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Running from a stalker Dani is left to be on a ranch without her laptop, viewers, internet and basically society. Adam sees Dani as the city girl who has no clue on how a ranch is suppose to be ran or how to handle the daily chores. Dani knows Adam doesn't like her but does he have to be so hard on her. She just uprooted her life for a stalker who wants her to be HIS. Adam secretly doesn't want to be so hard on Dani he just finds it so hard to be attracted to her. Witness as Dani and Adam work on their relationship but also tackle her stalker.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By T. Wheaton VINE VOICE on July 9, 2012
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Super fun read!

Dani Jackson is a blogger who has a funny, irreverent blog that gets major hits every day. Alas, Dani also has a stalker. On the advice of her 'Threat assessment expert" she puts her blog on hiatus and skedaddles to a small town called Stirling Falls where an old friend of her late father owns a ranch. The idea is that Dani being off the gird (no facebook, no twitter, no youtube! Gasp!) would smoke out the stalker. And at the same time allow her to help out at the ranch. Dani, even though she can't post for awhile, still sees her upcoming adventures as primo blog material.

Once there she runs afoul of the foreman and the man who will be her boss, Adam Cooper. Adam and Dani don't exactly hit it off right away. He snottily calls her princess and she just as snottily calls him Hot Cowboy.

What follows is a fun, funny and sexy look at a snarky blogger and a strong silent hot cowboy as they fall in love.

I truly enjoyed this book. It is exactly the type of book I wish I'd see more in the IR subgenre. This is a new to me author and I was hesitant to go beyond my personal 'never-read-author' price threshold. But the excerpt I read showed so much promise I decided to take a leap of faith. I am glad I did.

This book is well written and well edited. The author obviously knows a lot about horses because she sprinkles in a lot of horse-y talk without sounding pedantic. She is also a a witty writer. Dani has a sometimes snarky sometimes self deprecating sense of humor that it is really cool to hang out in her head. I loved her little blog posts that popped up between each chapters. I also loved hearing about all the wacky things she'd done and all the part-time jobs she's had.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chad Bowles on August 29, 2012
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Asha King - Wild Horses {Reviewed by Shereadsalot @ Hearts On Fire Reviews gave it a 3.5 Star Rating}

This is a first time read for me from Asha King. I must say "Wild Horses" was enjoyable. This was a genre I really love, interracial romance. Plus, the premise of a city girl & internet sensation, going to the country to evade an escalating stalker she acquired was an interesting spin on the `city-girl-finds-love-with-a-country-boy' theme. Dani, the heroine, is staying at a horse farm until her stalker is caught by authorities. Meaning no internet or blogging for Dani. What's a girl from the city to do?

Famous blogger, Dani aka Dani-Girl, steps onto the scene in high-heels and her nose turned down on the choice of hideout she chose. And then learns she has to work for the jerk, Adam the horse wrangler, who noted her disdain and did not take too kindly to it. Adam, the Hero, has a troubled past but other than a minor mention here and there, there wasn't much depth given to what happened.

The story was light and airy - the kind of story you could finish in a sitting. There were a few minor typos but it didn't detract from the author getting her point across. Other than the mystery of who her stalker was, there was not so much drama. And there was some sexual tension between Adam and Dani. The sex scenes were steamy. I wished the story was a little more longer for me to believe the insta-love this couple fell into. I think that Adam and Dani had more length added, the sexual tension and by-play of words between these two could have made a more explosive impact.

All in all, this will probably not be the last time reading from this author, the set-up for the next book in the series, "Sympathy For The Devil" sounds like it is very promising addition indeed. I rate it THREE and & HALF STARS and recommend to readers looking for a story not too bogged down with emotional depth, a good plot and likeable characters.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By LAS Reviewer on August 14, 2012
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A pampered city girl moves to a rough and tough country setting, complete with a rugged, handsome cowboy - who happens to be irritated by every move she makes. That's the beautiful set up to Wild Horses.

Danyiah Jackson is a typical city girl. She likes shopping, sipping latte and blogging. When a crazed stalker begins sending her messages, she's forced to set her blogging, and her many followers, aside and hide away on a remote horse ranch owned by an old friend. For security reasons, her true reason for staying at the ranch remains a secret and instead she's put to work as a ranch hand.

Adam Cooper, the lead horse wrangler, is immediately annoyed by Dani's presence. Her high heels, painted nails and request of a soy chai latte tells him all he needs to know about the type of help she would be. He begins by teaching her lessons on ranch life - the hard way. To his surprise, however, Dani is a quick learner, and within days she's not only keeping up, she actually becomes help in a crisis.

The progression of Dani and Adam's relationship was wonderful to read. The transition from antagonists to lovers was paced wonderfully and I sat at the edge of my seat wondering where the relationship would go next. These two were not star-crossed, their relationship was initially physical, but as they continued, the feelings each felt for the other started to develop and I was rooting for them to find a way to stay together.

The underlying mystery of Dani's stalker took a bit of a backseat and mostly served as a way to place her at the ranch, but it still helped the story along.
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