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  • Posted September 8, 2010

    Grab a Cold Drink and Devour this Read!

    Originally posted at: www.longandshortreviews.blogspot.com ***** I know when I pick up a book by Vicki Lewis Thompson, I'm in for a treat. Wanted! was no exception. I felt like I was right there in Wyoming with the characters and I've never been further west than Indiana. I could feel the dust coming out of the pasture, smell the sweat on the cowboys, and taste the clean mountain air.

    But enough about the scenery. What really made this story great were the characters. Ms. Thompson creates characters that are like your friends - you could know them in your own life. And they are relatable. You could see yourself going through the same situations.

    My favorite was Nick. Why? He's a smart guy, easy on the eyes, and has a tremendous heart. A lethal combo in my book. I loved that when he decided to go for a woman, he didn't mince words and he didn't shy away - what she sees is what she gets. And let me tell you, the affection he felt for Dominique was thick; so thick I thought I was part of the relationship.

    Now there were times when I wasn't thrilled. Dominique's reactions in some cases perpetuated this. She came across as a tad childish when things weren't quite as she wanted. Sure, she'd been through the wringer and wasn't ready to fall for someone. Can't blame her there. But as much as it initially drove me nuts, the more I thought about her and the story, the more I realized I'd become emotionally involved with the story. I liked her growth through the story and how she got her HEA. It was great.

    If you want a great story that will stick with you far beyond the last page, then you need to read Wanted!. I give this book 5 books!

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  • Posted June 6, 2010

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    Great Book

    MY FIRST BOOK BY MISS THOMPSON........ AND I'LL HAVE TO SAY THAT IS WAS A GREAT READ ..... DEFINETLY RECOMMEND THIS TO OTHERS

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  • Posted June 6, 2010

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    "It takes a real woman..to take a Chance"

    Wanted! by author Vicki Lewis Thompson, the first book in her Sons of Chance series was an absolute joy to read as it had all of the sensual components which make a sexy and steamy romance! It was one of those books that definitely hooked me with it's charm. Not to mention the secondary characters and the members of the Chance family.

    Nick Chance and Dominique Jeffries met quite by accident out in the pastures of the Chance Ranch. Nick even though his profession was a veterinarian was out on Chance's acreage digging fence posts for his big brother Jack who was running their family ranch. He wasn't happy about it but was trying to help his brother's bad moods due to the recent death of their father. However, Dominique's reasons for being on the same acreage were entirely different. You see, Dominique was a professional photographer from the mid-West and was trying to get over being dumped by her boyfriend. She thought there would be no better way than to seduce a cowboy and so when she and her camera came upon the very hot, sweaty and well built Nick, she took advantage of the photo opportunity and Nick obliged her by posing for the shots.

    All I can say is in the ensuing chapters of their "nameless" time spent flirting and getting to know each other in the "most personal way" was amazing. When Dominique revealed that she had been recently dumped and jilted, and really flirted with Nick sending him a very definite message, Nick obliged her by making love not caring that they didn't know each other's names. And then, he found out that she was staying at their Wyoming ranch because the local B&B was full. For them both, it was the most amazing sexual encounter either of them had ever experienced but what neither of them contemplated was how complicated their relationship would become, because trust me, it did!

    Nick was determined to take advantage of the five days they would have together and Dominique tried not to become involved with Nick because there was no way she would NOT return home because she had a photography studio to run. She didn't want to depend on another man. Then, add to the situation a horrible secret which was revealed to Nick when he went through his father's trunk in his father's office. Everything changed for Nick, his family, those close to him and threatened his relationship with Dominique. Did they stand a chance because Nick definitely wanted her to stay in Wyoming?

    Wanted! was a remarkable love story with a beautiful ending, one love story I will long remember thanks to author Vicki Lewis Thompson and her creativity.

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