Garrison's been patient long enough. It's time to win his bride.
Dahlia Lenox is tired of ranch life, rules and restrictions. The poker table is her domain and the one and only place she yields to no one's rules but her own. The biggest win of her life, a prize that could free her from small town life is calling and she can't wait to claim the prize. Nothing is perfect though and leaving town means leaving the only man who ever made her ache to be his, Garrison Lee. Surrendering to him is not an option.
Garrison wants everything from Dahlia including her obedience in bed. He's been patient. He's been courteous. And he's been a damn gentleman. All that's gotten him is a brush off from Dahlia each of the three times he's proposed. When Dahlia risks everything to escape him forever, Garrison is forced to raise the stakes in a single hand of poker... winner to take all.
Warning: Panty melting! Dahlia is the third book in the Wildflower Bride series. It's is a wildly dirty romance with a daring heroine and obsessed alpha cowboy determined to make her his.
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Who doesn't love the romance of the old West? Vanessa Vale takes the sensual appeal of rugged cowboys a step further with her bestselling books set in the Montana Territory. They are much more than just sexy historical westerns. They're deliciously naughty reads that sometimes push the boundaries of fantasy. It's pure escapism with quite a few very hot, very alpha cowboys.
When she's not writing, Vanessa savors the insanity of raising two boys, is figuring out how many meals she can make with a pressure cooker, and teaches a pretty mean karate class.She considers herself to be remarkably normal, exceedingly introverted and fairly vanilla, which does not explain her steamy stories and her fascination with cowboys, preferably more than one at a time.
She lives in the Wild Wild West where there's an endless source of 'research' material.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Every visit to the Wildflowers of Montana is better and better as we get to know more and more of them. This was an incredibly fast read! Dahlia is so much fun, and the lengths Garrison goes to win her...Vanessa Vale's books are HOT! and definitely not to be missed!
3.5* I love Vanessa Vale's books and this one did not disappoint. She writes really good historical erotic romance short stories. Dahlia Lennox and Garrison Lee have known each other since they were children. Garrison has bided his time for Dahlia to grow up and realize they were meant to be together. Only Dahlia blocks him at every turn. He knows she's hiding something. I enjoyed how Garrison convinced Dahlia to marry him. Vey cleaver of him to turn the tables on her. This is the third book of the series. I read Rose but not Hyacinth so they don't have to be read in order but I'll be going back to read Hyacinth.
Garrison has loved her since he put a snowball down Dahlia's dress and she., well she .........has turned him down time and time again to marry. She has a secret that she will keep and needs money to make a fresh start. He takes matters into his own hands. Oh, I really mean hand, a hand in poker, a straight flush and wins the pot which is Dahlia's hand in marriage. I have read the other books in the series and each story is as different as the flower the girls, adoptive sisters were named after. Great western with a strong and brave poker playing woman and a hot alpha male rancher/cowboy with some twists that I really enjoyed. Favorite lines of the book ........His hands cupped my jaw once again and I had to meet his eyes. His thumbs brushed over my cheeks, wiping the tears away completely. " You think I don't want you?" "Why ...would you want to?" His eyes pierced my heart, for I saw anguish and sorrow. "Because I love you, Dahlia ." I shook my head "You love the woman you thought was whole." Received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review