5 Star Review--I think Rebecca knocked out of the park with this first book in her new Contemporary romance series. I can't wait for the next book in this series. Heck I can't wait for the next three. - Books-n-Kisses
This book is amazing and will stay with me for a long time to come. Its one of those books that you can read over and over... Let's Get Romantical Reviews
Against the Wall is a wonderful story about making choices, falling in love, and living for yourself and not for others...you know LIFE. - Tea and Book Reviews
A really enjoyable read with sexy Native American cowboys - yep, there's more than one! A little quirky but strong heroine and great secondary characters, you'll want to check this one out. - Fic Talk
Rebecca Zanetti created a story with an ultimate alpha male and a strong, sassy female lead. I was in love with the story from page one and couldn't wait to find out how it ended! - HarlequinJunkie
From the Author
Theimage of thick black hair, hard-cut jaw, and Stetson hat burst through hershocked mind as muscled thighs gripped both the back of a massive stallion andher hips. The beast ran full bore over rough ground.
Onlythe sinewed forearm around her waist kept her from flying through the air.
Thiswasn't happening. Sophie shut her mouth on a scream as the powerful animalgracefully leaped over a fallen log and her captor pulled her into his solidbody. He moved as one with the animal. Her hands fisted the silky mane like itwas a lifeline to reality.
Screwthis. She threw back an elbow and twisted to the side, fear and anger finallygalvanizing her into action.
"Stop."A deep voice issued the command as warm breath brushed her cheekbone.
Witha mere tightening of his thighs on the great animal, they skidded to a stop.The arm trapping her shifted so she slid easily to the ground and stayed aroundher waist until she regained her footing. With a sound that was more growl thangasp, she backed away from man and mount until she collapsed against the barkof a towering tree. The horse tossed his head and snorted at her retreat.
Theman sat straight and tall on the animal, dark and curious eyes considering her.
Thesmell of wet moss surrounded her. She gulped in air and studied him. He washuge--and packed hard. Scuffed cowboy boots pressed down on the stirrups while adark T-shirt outlined impressive muscles. Long lashes framed incredible eyes,and she could swear a dark eyebrow lifted in amusement.
Twomore horses charged suddenly through the meadow, sliding to a swift stop behindher captor. One animal was a pretty white, the other a spotted paint, and bothheld powerful cowboys complete with boots, jeans, and Stetsons. All wore blackhats--like the villains in every Western movie ever filmed.
"Unbelievable,"she muttered under her breath.
Ather voice, her captor jumped gracefully off his mount and stepped toward her.
"Whatshould we do with her?" the man on the white horse asked. His gravelly voicecontrasted oddly with the glint of humor in his tawny eyes. Filtered sunlightilluminated the gold, brown, and even black hair flowing unchecked around hisshoulders. He was a symphony of twilight, where the other men wore the ominoustone of midnight.
"Icaught her. I get to keep her," her captor said, his eyes intent as he tookanother step toward her, firm muscles bunching in his upper arms.