Compass Brothers, Book 3
Sam Compton never liked getting his hands dirty, at least not on Compass Ranch. Armed with a business degree, he's about to become the youngest VP at an illustrious Wall Street investment firm. Until his partner in an office romance turns into an ultra-refined snake in the grass.
Staggering from the punch of betrayal, another blow threatens to level him. His father is dying. He races home to lend his brain to his brothers' backs at the ranch, and finds something he never expected. A sophisticated yet playful woman stimulates his mind...and parts below the belt.
Compass Ranch gave Cindi Middleton's wounded soul everything it needs: a home, acceptance, and respect-not to mention unlimited sex-from the ranch's sexy cowboys. Despite their instant and intense sparks, Sam's defection to the bright city lights she left behind is a big red flag. She's been there, done that, burned the T-shirt.
Yet the heat of their attraction brings them circling back to each other's arms...until a certain snake reappears, threatening to endanger the acquisition of the one thing Sam has realized is truly priceless.
Warning: Tissue alert! The authors recommend you have a few on hand while reading this book. To make up for any sniffles, a host of cowboys with open arms await to console you, distract you or make your wildest dreams come true.
About the Author
Jayne Rylon and Mari Carr met at a writing conference in June 2009 and instantly became arch-enemies. The battle between them for dominance was a bloody, but short one, when they realized they’d be better off combining their forces for good (or smut). Eastern Ambitions is Jayne’s eighteenth published book and Mari Carr’s thirty-third.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The worst and most ridiculous short book of the series. Sam is shallow snob but a millionare at 25. really? Cindi is a gangbang weirdo but a billionare so that makes it all ok. really? There was no explanation how she ended up in nowhere usa and what warped her into that lifestyle that everyone thought was normal. stupid, delete!