- File Size: 1074 KB
- Print Length: 144 pages
- Publisher: BookShots (October 11, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 11, 2016
- Sold by: Hachette Book Group
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LXT4MVE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #129,206 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Return (BookShots Flames) Kindle Edition
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Short. Sweet. and Sexy. I didn't want to like this one because of what happened between the hero and heroine back in the day when they were teens. I caught myself trying to write him off upon finding out his indiscretion but thankfully I beat the cynical little b**ch in my head down and continued reading. I'm glad I did because this was a WONDERFUL second chance romance. Ashley and Mack had intense chemistry with fun, flirty and often times spiteful banter depending on either persons mood. That made for some seriously laughable moments, especially when Ashley drove Mack crazy! I love, SO. MUCH. when a Hero redeems himself and Mack sure made it easy to love and forgive him.
The idea behind these short stories with a shot of romance is something I can get behind because I haven't had the pleasure of reading Ms. Knightley's books before but now I can't wait to start her next in this line-up! If you're not in the mood for a long, drawn out read and just want to "Hit it and Quit It" I'd highly suggest this one followed by the next because the sneak peek in the back was seeeexxaaaayy!
Basically Mack was in a really bad rodeo accident and has ended up back home injured and broke and desperately needing his ex's help. Something she's not all that inclined to offer since he really flubbed up right good when they were teens-- I was NOT pleased with him, yall. I mean. He had the cowboy thing working for him still but homeboy was in the dog house. Mmhm.
Anywho. A bargain is made--she'll help him out with his problem-- losing his sponsor who happens to be her uncle-- if he'll help her get some connections in the rodeo world she's wanting to break into.
I had fun with Mac and Ashley. They have a nice spark between them even if it's full of snark and growls a lot of the time. Yeah, there was some serious hurt feelings to get past for these two. And having to work so closely together to get her ready for a rodeo competition and then traveling to it...whew some petty and childish could slip out now and again from both of them. Which was in turns really funny and quite annoying. lol
But I still liked them together and seeing them wear each other down and start up something new. It was a quickie and got me back reading so I really can't complain. And, Mack won me over in the end with some really sweet gestures that had me forgiving his stupid teenage self. *nods*
What happens to bull-rider Mack on the rodeo circuit that sends him back to his hometown? How does his life mesh with Ashley's when she goes for her ambition to be a champion barrel-racer?
Everyone who loves cowboys and cowgirls will love this story of true love overcoming horrendous obstacles.
Reviewed by Betty Dravis, June 3, 2017
Author of "The Search for Bobby McGee"
I also loved the fact that Ashley wasn't a push-over. No, she was one tough cookie and she'd been through a lot and not only survived, but she moved on with her life and excelled at every turn.
My only wish was that it was a bit longer, or at least included a small epilogue. Other than that, this book was really good.
I truly love how the story goes. Not a lot of twists, just a subtle one. But i just like the way it progressed.
Like i said, still quite cliche but still pretty good romance.