Consent to Love

Consent to Love

by Abby Wood
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Consent to Love by Abby Wood

Twenty-four-year-old small-town girl Ana Reynold serves beer at the local bar, tries to keep her beater car running, and dreams of a better life as a painter. If she can learn to make a decent steak, she might get promoted to cook—and earn enough for her real heart's desire. Right now, that doesn't include romance.

But when she meets a tall, dark and sexy Native American man named Kane, Ana can't take her eyes off him—or stop thinking about him. But she'd better. Everyone knows the proud Lakota who raises horses wants nothing to do with a townie barmaid who'll bring shame to his people.

Except Kane can't get Ana off his mind. He proposes a red-hot weekend in bed, a no-strings affair to end Monday morning. Yet once Kane brings the outsider onto Lakota land, everything changes...

44,000 words

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781426893551
Publisher: Carina Press
Publication date: 04/02/2012
Series: Wild Pleasures
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 959,948
File size: 483 KB

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Consent to Love 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
In_My_Humble_OpinionDA More than 1 year ago
Sweet, Sexy Romance Consent to Love is a story of growth. Ana and Kane learn about each other and themselves. Ana is a small town girl with a gift but no belief in herself. Kane is a Lakota who has been the victim of prejudice and it has colored his view of himself and the world. There is an instant connection between the two but real trust takes time. I enjoyed watching Ana grow into her own. The publisher provided me with this book for a fair and honest review, via Netgalley
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read the first book of this series, and enjoyed it. I have to say I loved this book. I found Kane and Ana's relationship real, and there struggles coming from two different ethnic groups spot on. It was fun to see the relationship with the reservation next to Podunk, and how the characters from both books mingled. The ending was fabulous!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This one was just ok. The story would have been better served as a novella as the plot was extremely thin. What little conflict there was ended up being dragged out and it got old and repetitive. It was also a bit of a shock to go from such an alpha male in the previous book, to the almost whiney Kane. I have read this author before, and this is NOT a good representation of her usual work.