Boots and Twisters [NOOK Book]

Overview

Two ranchers are about to get Lucky—in more ways than one.

Ugly Stick Saloon, Book 7

Lucky Albright’s unlucky streak is so long and wide that she’s been run out of one town and it looks like it may happen again.

When she finds herself out of money and out of gas in Temptation, Texas, a part-time job from the kind owner of the Ugly Stick Saloon gives her a glimmer of hope that...

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Overview

Two ranchers are about to get Lucky—in more ways than one.

Ugly Stick Saloon, Book 7

Lucky Albright’s unlucky streak is so long and wide that she’s been run out of one town and it looks like it may happen again.

When she finds herself out of money and out of gas in Temptation, Texas, a part-time job from the kind owner of the Ugly Stick Saloon gives her a glimmer of hope that this time things will be different.

Trent Jameson and Isaac Moore have always believed you make your own luck, but a black cloud of disaster seems to hover over their new hand. Under a tumbling stack of hay, Isaac discovers what Lucky’s hiding beneath baggy clothes and a tough exterior. Enough sexy curves to satisfy both men’s appetites.

But it isn’t long before Lucky’s history starts wreaking havoc all over town. It’ll take a force of nature to help the ranchers convince the law, the Garden Club—even Lucky herself—that now is no time to hit the road.

Warning: Hot cowboys meet hot cowgirl, and there’s a whole lotta shakin’ goin’ on in Temptation. Get your twist-and-shout on at the Ugly Stick Saloon!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781619222489
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 3/25/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 195
  • Sales rank: 17,080
  • File size: 813 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2014

    Depressing

    This is the most depressing "romance" I've ever read. Everytime something good happens to Lucky, its immediately followed by something bad. If I could get my money back on this book, I would grab it and run!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 15, 2014

    Sexy as all get out, Boots and Twisters by Myla Jackson sucked m

    Sexy as all get out, Boots and Twisters by Myla Jackson sucked me in from page one. I immediately loved the book and the main character Lucky. This book is a must for women looking for a good, sexy, heartfelt romance. I can't recommend it enough.

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  • Posted April 6, 2014

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    Entertaining, If a Bit Over-The-Top, But Always Sexy

    Tomboy Lucky is anything but from the moment this story starts as bad things follow her wherever she goes. After being chased out of the town where she thought she'd made a home, an empty gas tank leaves her stranded at the Ugly Stick Saloon where a damaged truck and ruined cases of liquor has her falling into the arms of two brothers where she might just find a permanent home. Lucky is at first overwhelmed by the brothers fighting over her but soon decides to take control of her life and make a home of her own choosing with both Tristan and Isaac. Lucky is rather naive when it comes to matters of sex, but is extremely kind-hearted and desirous of doing what's right which is why she's so conflicted when it comes to the brothers.

    Tristan and Isaac are just trying to keep their ranch running while juggling their regular jobs. In dire need of help Lucky looks to be the woman of their dreams in more than one way but their attraction to her soon leads to conflict that can only be resolved unconventionally. Isaac is the kinder and more carefree of the brothers, the more open-minded to them both claiming Lucky. Tristan is the quieter and angrier brother because of his father's abuse which leaves him hating the ranch and what it represents. He wants Lucky all to himself but wants to give her whatever she desires at the same time. It's not until he realizes that having her in any way he can, along with the ranch, brings him the satisfaction he tried to find throughout all the years he was gone. Both brothers are sexy and charming though which makes Lucky's dilemma understandable and her solution immensely satisfying.

    This was a fast-paced read where one over-the-top catastrophe befell Lucky after another. These events became more frustrating rather than endearing and I'm glad they tapered off as the story progressed. The sexual tension surrounding this trio was apparent from the start and their relationship evolved slowly to an ending that unfortunately didn't really address the long-term issues regarding their togetherness. The sexual interludes were hot with each brother's distinctions very apparent. Small town living with all its colorful characters was clearly on display and brought even more bits of humor to the story. This was an entertaining, if not too in-depth story, that was a satisfying addition to the Ugly Stick Saloon series and reunited us once again with the proprietress who started it all.

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    Posted August 3, 2014

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