Returning home for Dalton Kincade is bittersweet. Not a damn thing has changed. Two years on the rodeo circuit weren’t able to shake free the memory of the feisty redhead who’d broken his heart into a thousand pieces. Nor the sting of her parting words…Never trust a Kincade.
Winning her beloved ranch in a drunken bet is the last thing he expected to happen, but at least he saved it for her. Now, he has to figure out how to break that news to a woman who never wants to see him again. Renting a room in the house he now owns might be a risk, but it’s nothing compared to betting his heart on winning back the love of his life.
I think the Western romance subcategory is one that deserves a little more attention. It’s hard for the cowboys to compete with all the rock stars, step brothers and vampires in romance today, but I think they’re deserving of a little more love. The first romance novel I fell in love with, after all, was a Western.
Betting on Kincade is a classic Western romance. You’ve got a hot rodeo dude, a female rancher who is also a stubborn spitfire, and some combustible chemistry that can’t be denied. It’s also well written and well edited. All of this makes it worth a read.
My reading experience wasn’t all puppies and kittens, though. I had a few quibbles:
Minor quibbles notwithstanding, this one is still worth a read, if for no other reason than well written, well edited Western romances are too few and far between these days.
Full disclosure: the author generously provided a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
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