Rocky Mountain Haven
Book 2, Six Pack Ranch
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A STAND ALONE story in the bestselling SIX PACK RANCH series by New York Times Bestselling Author Vivian Arend
It’s the quiet ones who take you by surprise.
Beth Danube’s emotionally abusive husband is dead and buried. So is her heart. It’s no big deal, she has all she wants: her three little boys and a fresh start in a small Alberta town. What she doesn’t want is another man in her life—not now, maybe not ever.
After ten years of unsatisfactory, missionary-position sex, she never expected her libido to reawaken. One look at sex-in-boots Daniel Coleman in a Calgary bar, though, blows the dust off her sexuality.
Sensing an edge of desperation, even fear, beneath Beth’s come-on, Daniel finds himself giving in to the powerful urge to let his normally subdued desires run wild. The lady wants non-judgemental, non-vanilla sex? She’s got it—in and out of the bedroom.
At first, friends with blazing-hot benefits is more than enough. Then she realizes Daniel is burning away the protective fortress around her heart…and the guilty secret she dare not reveal.
Warning: One woman determined to retake control of her life, a man with the single-minded purpose of offering her—and her body—everything she needs. Inappropriate behaviour in barns, change rooms, and oh-my-gawd phone sex with a cowboy.
Previously published in 2012
Rocky Mountain Haven
This is a great book. The characters are all intriguing and are so real. After reading a few chapters I felt like I was a member to f the family too! So looking forward to reading this complete series. I have read books 1 and 2.
I love reading about ranches, especially in Montana and Texas.
Thanks a bunch!!!
This my second time reading this book and it still make my heart flutters. Beth is a strong character and Daniel is the most charming rancher who has a huge imagination. Hope you enjoy reading this books.
Rocky Mountain Heat
A good quick book to read. Enough drama to make me read until the end., but not so much that it makes me irritated wanting to get to the end quickly.