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The Wrangler

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2013

    This was a great book. Again a book with more story than sex. Ca

    This was a great book. Again a book with more story than sex. Can't imagine a bear coming at me with nothing to fight it off with.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2012

    Loved it

    This was a enjoyable book about 1200 pages and I read it in a day and a half. Just a easy book to read.

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  • Posted September 30, 2012

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    Leaving the past behind...

    The Wrangler by Jillian Hart Kit Chapman felt that life finally smiled on her. After her father won prime ranch land, her dream of raising horses was in sight. Being a gambler, pa chose to leave again, leaving Kit to care for her younger siblings, Mindy and Fred. She would find a way to support them all until she got the ranch going….and without the help of a man….any man. She never saw the man in black that would invade her life. Dakota Black was a lonely drifter. At nineteen his world fell apart. Found guilty of a heinous crime he was sent to the front lines. He survived and was not suppose to be a “free man” but it always seemed like the past found him and he had to move on. Hope was something he never let enter his life until he met Kit. The battle for his heart to open up or stay locked type was never stronger. Could he believe in a dream come true or would the past rear it’s ugly head once more? In the open prairies it seemed like the two legged critters might just be more dangerous than the slithering or four legged ones. This story had the beauty of the open plains, watching the mustangs running with heads up and tails and mane flying. The good guys and very bad guys and the power of having someone believe in your dreams. Jillian’s characters had me smiling at times and wiping the tears at others. **Sexual situations

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