by Danielle Norman

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BN ID: 2940162056195
Publisher: F Squared, LLP
Publication date: 07/19/2018
Series: Iron Horse , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 74,769
File size: 582 KB

About the Author

Before becoming a romance writer, I was a body double for Heidi Klum and a backup singer for Adele. Now, I spend my days trying to play keep away from Theo James who won't stop calling me and asking me out.

And all of this happens before I wake up and face reality where in fact I'm a 50 something mom with grown kids, I've been married longer than Theo's been alive, and I now get my kicks riding a Harley.
As far as my body, I thank, Ben & Jerry's for that as well as gravity. And I could never be Adele's backup since I never stop saying the F-word long enough actually to sing.

My books are about kickass women with even better shoes and the men that try to tame them (silly silly men).

In all truth, Danielle began her career as a children's author and still continues to flourish in that genre under a different name.

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Stetson 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Danielle does it again! I totally love her writing and this story is just as good as all the rest. Love, lust, suspense all things that I LOVE in a book wrapped up in one package. I see so many more stories coming from these characters. I loved the farm and loved the story of Braden and London. I can't wait to see what Danielle gives us next!
emilyk52281 More than 1 year ago
"Stetson" (Iron Horse Book 1) by Danielle Norman is a great read. I loved London and Braden's story. This is a great start to this new series, packed with humor, romance, passion, family, drama, and more. I can't wait to see what happens with the other Kelly sisters! Highly recommend to all fans of romance, family, and series.
Cris Bardan More than 1 year ago
Stetson is the new instalment for Danielle Norman and probably the beginning of a new series. This book introduces you to the Kelly sisters, London, Paris and Holland, name after the places their mother wanted to visit. At the beginning of the book we learn that their father has died and now the ranch belong to them, London manages the books, Holland manages the horses and Paris is in charge of the house. After the funeral, and a few beers, London has a passionate encounter with her school crush, a local deputy, which sets the beginning of their story and his involvement with the sisters. After their father’s death, the Kelly sisters encounter that not all of their employees believe that they have what it takes to run a ranch, and after a few incidents they must prove them wrong with the help of the neighbors and the local deputy. This book is really good, the story has a really interesting development and the characters are so well defined and developed that is difficult not to immerse yourself into the story. The love story between London and Braden is beautiful, funny and beyond endearing. I LOVE London’s personality, some of my favorite quotes from her are: “Just remember that today when I woke up and spun the wheel of attitude, it landed on sarcastic bitch, again. So no need to lie to me.” and “If I invite you in, that doesn’t mean I like you. I still might want to buy you a toaster for your bathtub” And Braden is not that far, he was so cute! Somehow, being 100% honest I wanted him to have a little bit more of a backbone and to stand up to London, because he kinds of let her do whatever she wants and have a say in everything that happen between them. Still, I would love to have my own Braden F** McManus. Now for the rest of the story, I do have some reservations about it… don’t get me wrong, the book is awesome and I know this is a romance book and nothing else… but… I felt like it could have been so much better if the story about the things that happen to the ranch was developed as a mystery, because in the first 3 lines of the story you know who is causing all of the problems and why and it’s exasperating to see the girls and the deputy following their tails instead of confronting this person or doing something about it. I know they waited until they had proof but they actually waited until the proof landed into their laps instead of looking for it. I just had to remind myself that this was a romance and NOT a mystery even if the story permitted such development, so maybe like me you would need a little reminder. Now I can’t wait to read about Paris and Archer and I suspect Holland and Reid, and hopefully Marcus. Till my next fix! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
rc1836 More than 1 year ago
Wonderfully creative love story Danielle Norman's Stetson was an amazing read. I loved London and the relationship she had with her sisters Paris and Holland. Brandon was her perfect match. A strong male that embraced her strengths and the chemistry between them absolutely sizzled. The mystery portion of the book was well crafted and built realistically till the very end. I am looking forward to the next story in the Iron Horse series. I received an advance reader copy via Booksprout
trosado More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars! Stetson was a quick and light romantic read with a compelling mystery/suspense twist that kept me turning pages. The "mystery" wasn't so much a mystery as knowing the what or why in his/her motivations. The escalation of the suspense was the surprising factor, but just as riveting. As for the romance, dreamy sighs all around. Braden was the perfect hero to London's independent personality and the predicament her family finds themselves in. I enjoyed the whole premise to this series - three sisters running a large and productive ranch after the recent death of their father. The heroes for the remaining two sisters are introduced in this book and after the fun I had with this story, I'm looking forward to reading their's just as much.
Sammyjk More than 1 year ago
5 Stars from Sammy's Book Obsession! Love this book! I seriously hope there is more to come! Stetson is well-written. The story flows well and the characters are just awesome! I'm a total sucker for anything cowboy/cowgirl related and this book hit the spot! It's very realistic and the events that go on in the book are totally believable and are some things that aren't regularly used. That is refreshing! Since I loved London's story so much, I'm hoping for books for Paris and Holland too!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
London and her two sisters, Paris and Holland have just lost their father to cancer. They are left to run the ranch with each having their own responsibilities. Braden is the town's deputy sheriff and London's school crush. These two get together and the sparks fly between them. An excellent story with drama, betrayal, lies and trust. A recommended read for western or romance lovers. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
ViperSpaulding More than 1 year ago
Trouble at the ranch keeps Braden and London on high alert. London and her sisters have their hands full taking on all the responsibilities of their ranch after their father’s death, even more so when it becomes clear someone is sabotaging the ranch. The reappearance of her high-school crush, Braden, is more than London can deal with, despite their intense chemistry, especially when she believes he’s only looking for a fling. Braden keeps busy trying to find out who’s trying to destroy the ranch while also trying to convince London he’s serious about her. As the first in a new series, this book does a terrific job of introducing all the related characters and setting a strong foundation for future romances. London and Braden’s romance is emotionally charged and heartwarming, with more than a few heart-stopping, sheet-clenching moments. There’s a beautiful HEA that follows the resolution of the villainous threat, assuring a bright future for the cowgirl and her favorite deputy. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
Jwelch1972 More than 1 year ago
Wow!! What a great start to this new series!!! I LOVED London and Braden!!!! London is a strong, independent woman going through some hard times after the death of her father. Braden just oozes masculinity and confidence with out being cocky and ... he just sounds so "lickable". Definitely the kind of man London needs on her side when trouble starts! Someone is out to undermine her, her ranch is in danger and Braden is just the man she needs.... even if she doesn't realize it at first!! I highly recommend this book!
Hanny Carmel More than 1 year ago
I loved, absolutely loved, Danielle Norman's Iron Orchids series, and I had great expectations for this book. Unfortunately, it didn't measure up. The story is full of the familiar wit and humor, but I found the plot to be too simple and a little too predictable. I love the feminist story line and the Kelly sisters are inspirational women and I can't wait for Paris' and Holland's time in the lime light. I also like the supporting male characters, and I would love to read their stories as well. Something about this book feels rushed to me - maybe it was the desire to write and publish the new idea and introduce these women to the readers, but I think a little more time to ripe would have done this book wonders. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Stetson is caught between two worlds. It has all the heartache of a country song, but twice the drama of any prime-time soap. London is learning how to be a woman, caught in a man's world. Her spirit is as wild as the land she works, but behind the fierce determination lies an abundance of self - doubt. Braden is the one man who can get inside her head and talk her down from the ledge, but when it comes to her heart it will take more than a gentle tone and understanding to tame the fire inside. As they navigate the emotional side of their relationship, danger slowly rears it's ugly head. Can this stallion claim his filly before it's too late? Stetson is complicated made simple. With an edge of mystery, no shortage of heart and a feisty female lead, Norman sets the stage for a tempting battle that proves to be a thrilling yet unpredictable ride.