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Wild at Heart (Harlequin Blaze Series #755)

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  • Posted July 11, 2013

    I so enjoyed another story about the Last Chance Ranch.  Naomi,

    I so enjoyed another story about the Last Chance Ranch.  Naomi, a hometown girl and Luke, the drifter, come together at the ranch.  She is a naturalist watching an eagle family.  Luke, a ranch hand with an itchy foot who tends to wander all over the world, never staying long in one place.  Although they both agreed that their time together would be casual, they both soon found out that there was much more between them.  As Luke started to feel trapped, Naomi let him go even though it broke her heart.  But it was not far or long before Luke realized that his life was empty without Naomi.  A great HEA.  Will be catching up with the rest of the books in the series.

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  • Posted June 27, 2013

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    Wild at Heart (Sons of Chance) by Vicki Lewis Thompson is an exc

    Wild at Heart (Sons of Chance) by Vicki Lewis Thompson is an excellent, quick summer read. This is one of many books in the very entertaining Sons of Chance series.

    Naomi Perkins is a local girl born and bred in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  She is a wildlife researcher, presently studying the nesting behavior of the bald eagle. She is confident, adventurous and does not mind living by herself in the wilderness in order to gather the information she needs for this very important project.  The eagle family she is studying is located on the outskirts of the Last Chance Ranch in her hometown.  Jack Chance and his ranch foreman Emmett Sterling, built a small observation deck in one of the trees a short distance away from the eagles.  Naomi has a prime spot to observe.  Every week or so she hikes back into town to wash some clothes and get a home cooked meal from the diner her parents own. 

    Sexy cowboy Luke Griffin is a drifter.  He enjoys traveling, meeting new people and seeing the world so he never stays in one place for very long.  Typically, he finds a job on a ranch, works for a little while and then moves on.  He enjoys not being tied down to a person or place.  Luke is presently working for the Last Chance Ranch and is looking for some temporary female companionship.  He has no desire to have a relationship and settle down, until he meets Naomi.

    Naomi and Luke have instant chemistry.  Since Naomi's research ends once the eagles leave their nest and Luke plans on leaving Jackson Hole sometime over the next few months, a temporary fling is the perfect solution to their lustful needs.  Naomi and Luke are great together and truly enjoy being with each other.  Their relationship is hot and intense.  Naturally feelings begin to develop and love is in the air.

    Unfortunately, love does not fit into Luke's plans and he leaves town earlier than he originally anticipated.  He is running scared.  He has never felt love before and  believes moving on will solve all his problems. Naomi's heart is broken, even though she had accepted the temporary arrangement.  Luckily, Luke comes to his senses and returns to the Last Chance Ranch and Naomi.

    This is a hot, angst-free read that is very enjoyable!

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