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Montana Reins has always been a loner. Her mother died when she was born,
and she’s spent her life moving from ranch to ranch with her father, learning
his trade – horse trainer. She’s never had the opportunity to make any permanent
friends...which makes it hard to let people into her life. Especially someone
like Ethan Sterling.
Ethan Sterling hired Montana Reins because of the reputation that went with the
name – the best horse trainer alive. When Montana shows up, he’s more than a
little disgruntled to learn he actually hired the daughter and not the father.
Their first introduction is even less than auspicious--Montana saves him from a
trampling under the hooves of his prized stallion.
But Montana’s never quit a job once she’s accepted it and she’s not about to
start now. She’ll make the best of things, curb her own fiery temper and deal
with Sterling’s, and do her best by the job. That would be much easier if she
didn’t find herself fighting unfamiliar feelings for the man...feelings she’s
never felt for any man. And Ethan’s obvious interest in furthering those
feelings isn’t making things any easier.
- "MONTANA REINS is a ‘feel-good’ romance that this reader spent a cold
Saturday afternoon with and enjoyed every minute of it. A JOY TO READ!" -
Camellia, The Long and Short of It. 4 Books.
- "If you're looking for a heart-warming contemporary western romance to
curl up with, Montana Reins is it." - Stacey Coverstone, author of LUCKY
- "From the first few paragraphs of MONTANA REINS, I found myself enamored
with the electrically charged relationship taking place between Tana and
Ethan Sterling, one that continues throughout this fantastic romance.
I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know Tana and Ethan and very much recommend
MONTANA REINS." - Vicki Harrison, reader review.