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Posted November 11, 2012
This was one of the worst books I have ever read. Neal was so rude and cruel to Sandy I actually hated her character for taking him back. I hated this book, Neal had no redeeming qualities. I enjoy books with dominating heros, but this guy was such a nasty jerk...and she had no self respect so by the end of the book I couldn't write this review fast enough. DON'T waste you money. This author is usually pretty good, but not this time.
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Posted September 25, 2013
Rancher Neal Haney is a Dominant and a total jerk to family friend Sandy Breeden. He doesn’t think she could understand his lifestyle. Sandy has loved Neal since she turned 18. Now 25 she is at her wits end they’ve been circling each other and it’s time to force his hand. When they come together it is like nothing each other has experienced before but Neal still seeks to protect her from himself and cruelly pushes her away. Sandy may be submissive but she isn’t a pushover either and if he keeps pushing he may very well lose the best thing that has ever happened to him.
Even knowing why Neal keeps pushing Sandy away I cringed every time he spoke so cruelly to her. I had a really hard time trying to figure out what Sandy saw in him. But as my Mama used to say “every pot has its lid” and Neal was the lid to Sandy’s pot. This is a push me pull you kind of story but worth it when you get to the end.
I was given a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.