Wet (Love in Lone Star, #1)

Wet (Love in Lone Star, #1)

by Ashley Bostock

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BN ID: 2940153512464
Publisher: Ashley Bostock
Publication date: 12/26/2016
Series: Love in Lone Star , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 322,407
File size: 671 KB

About the Author

Ashley Bostock was born and raised in Colorado where she currently resides with her husband, two children, her dog and two cats. She loves reading, writing, and music and is always trying to find more time in the day to incorporate all three. Seeking an outlet and pursuing her life-long passion for writing, she began composing her first novel in late 2013. She has traveled all over the world, but still has an extensive list of places she would love to visit. Anywhere near a sky-blue ocean will always be at the top of that list. She carries a Bachelor’s Degree in History with a concentration in Elementary Education from Metropolitan State College of Denver. While she loves children, she now fears teaching, which probably has something to do with being a stay-at-home mom. Visit her website and be sure to sign up for her newsletter.

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Wet (Love in Lone Star, #1) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
nelriv More than 1 year ago
Received an ARC for my voluntary review for netgalley. I went back and forth with this one, could not really decide what star rating to give, probably gave one too many, but again undecided. Well I did not really agree with some of the other reviews out there calling this a love story, but we all have our own opinions, that is why there are different reviewers and different genre, we can't agree and each one our own perceptions. I disliked Ryan he was a wuss and he continuously said thru out the book that he was a hypocrite, which he was. He wanted Miranda as long as others in town did not see him with her because he did not want his reputation tarnished. Then we have Miranda who needed some self respect, she needed to stop throwing herself at Ryan, honestly he was not worthy of her, we read how she had cleaned up her act, but the things she did, she did as a teenager. I do not like small towns who hold grudges, everyone makes mistakes, especially when you are young and have no supervision, but instead of helping this girl as they should have since she was growing without a mother and had an abusive alcoholic father. Another thing that was repeatedly said by Miranda, was how her and Ryan had a connection. How? All they had was a sexual encounter, which she would initiate. Ryan's sister was more mature and she was only 13. Of course at the end they get there HEA, and fell in love.
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
This was a very good read for me coming from a new to me author. I will definitely be looking for more from her. The writing was good and the characters were unique and intriguing. Miranda was the town wild child in her younger days and earned herself quite a reputation. Being the daughter of two neglectful parents set her on this path. She's different now. She's worked hard to make something of herself but the little town of Lone Star isn't quick to forgive and give her another chance. Then there is Ryan, wonderful loved Ryan who seems determined to ignore the flare of attraction between them. But he needs her help unraveling a mystery and she only wants one thing in return. Him! This is one I would recommend to everyone.