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Gone Country (Rough Riders) (Volume 14) Paperback – March 31, 2017
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"The main reasons I keep coming back to read Lorelei James are her smokin' hot, larger-than-life, sexier-than-anything heroes, the heroines who pull those heroes into line, the erotic lovin' between said characters, and the sense of family in every book. It's a rare author who can combine those, plus other, elements into a scintillating, edgy, romantic, and real read."
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Gavin is a McKay by blood. A fact he fights at just about every turn. He is a single father to a young girl that finds herself in constant trouble. The extravagant life style has caught up with them and to try to provide a more stable life for her, he moves from Pheonix to Wyoming, where his birth family is from.
Rielle is a homesteader. She lives off the land and runs a very profittable bee-keeping business. She has always lived below her means and just likes things simple.
When their lives collide due to co-living, they attraction between them burns bright. Can Gavin learn to love simple? Can Rielle learn to accept help?
When Gavin's daughter makes him keep a promise to her, will their lives all be shattered?
The Rough Riders series is one of the best I have read and I read at least 400 pages a day on a book. I Loved it!
Let me just say this was a good book, but then Ms. James rarely ever disappoints. I have to admit, I am anxious for the future and the book about Boone and Sierra (obviously when they are older). Quite frankly, they were the main reason I stayed interested in the book. As for Gavin and Rielle, well, theirs was a sweet romance, although they are the very reason I didn't give this book more stars.
First of all, at the very beginning, the impression that was given of Rielle was one of an "old" woman, yet further along, it was evident she might not be a young chicken, but she was by far old. I guess I just couldn't get that image out of my head. Rielle was irritating in the fact that I couldn't quite get to the understanding of why she was so hateful when Gavin wanted to do things for her. I could get if she were frustrated and kept it internal, but she got down right angry and I just don't see the realism in that when you are in a romantic relationship with someone. No, maybe she didn't want him to shower her with expensive gifts or to "look" like she wanted him for his money, but seriously? And then I couldn't get a feel for how she really felt about Sierra - for most of the book, it seemed as though she didn't like the girl and then others, she might have. Too much back and forth there, but I think it was so we could get an idea of what Rielle was thinking.
And as for Gavin, I did fall in love with him most of the time. The man was hot and the fact that he came out of his shell, becoming the dominant lover that Rielle needed was SEXY! We all want that man who just can't control himself when it comes to his woman and that was Gavin. On the other hand, I guess being a parent of three, I know better than to let my kids manipulate me the way Sierra did him, however, in the same sense, Gavin hated his ex-wife, yet he allowed his daughter to act just like her?
All in all, this was a good one and I definitely look forward to more books by Lorelei - actually, I stalk the Amazon site to see when her newest ones are coming out, so needless to say, I am forever a fan.
Memorable Moments: There are so many I don't even know where to begin. When Gavin asks Ben for advice on upping his sexual game, really love watching them get closer. I also loved the time he spent with Quinn and Charlie and helping with the calving, branding, and selling of the cows. When Sierra tells Rory to grow up after she throws a fit about their parents being together and when Rory tells Sierra she's acting like a brat by giving her Dad an ultimatum (the way these two forged a sibling bond early on really impressed me, a testament to their parents). Boone confessing his dyslexia to Sierra and everything they go through together, even the heartbreak. The heart to heart talks between Vi and Gavin which were so important to him understanding her decision and accepting his place within the family.
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Rielle Wetzler is a single mom making a living off the land, Gavin Daniels’ land.Read more