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    Great read

    This is a sweet, tender and unexpected emotional read from a busted tire to a total connection from the start. Dev had a stalker who is an ex co-worker who assaulted her. She moves as far away as she can to get away from him. Sloan’s marriage failed he still has the scares to show it. Both are not interested in a relationship but when two are a attracted as these two are with some powerful chemistry flying around well sparks will fly as they dance around the passion they have for each other. Dev doesn’t put much faith in men from her father to every other man she has dated they have all failed her in the love department. Showing her just what kind of man she doesn’t want. She is sure Sloan no matter how good he is he is just like the rest of the men that has crossed her path. She just isn’t looking for a relationship and just wants to be left alone. It is going to take some time before she stops jumping at every sound. She has spent so much time looking over her shoulder she has forgotten what peace feels like. Sloan is a sweet heart of a man who is gentle, caring and protective when it come to Dec he finds he is very protective. If her stalker comes after her will Sloan be there to count on or will she be on her own. She just doesn’t trust anyone anymore. Sloan has no doubts that he will put his life on the line to keep her safe. My heart really goes out to Dev it isn’t hard to relate to her and how she feels. Sloan might not want love but he is about to find out it is going to hit him in the face. I just adore him with his protectiveness giving her a place to run and call home with wonderful people who she calls friends. I really like the characters in this slow moving romance that really touches your heart. I thought this was a well written story that the author really put a lot of thought to the outcome and how one would feel if in this issue. I have not read anything from this series but I think I will be going back to check it out. Although this is a standalone it does make you want to go back and read the others in this series. If you are looking for a wonderful western with some suspense this is the story for you.
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    Sloan and Dev prove, that it is possible to learn to love, and trust, again, even though life has shown her less attractive side to them on several occasions in the past. Sloan and Dev are solid together, the connection is immediate, they are drawn to each other, and attracted to each other, but first, they take their time, become friends, confidant, and get to know each other, before they act upon anything. I liked that. Sloan is so understanding, tender, and gentle with Dev. He understands where she comes from, and supports her every step to find a new beginning. Dev has lots to overcome, the pain from her childhood, the stalker that was after her at the previous job, she has to learn to trust her judgement, people around her, and herself in that regard. Both Dev and Sloan are likable characters, they are easy to relate to, their lives are interesting and hold the interest of the reader. The suspense of the tale is in the background mostly, the danger is present, but controlled, or so they think. The fear and malice hikes up towards the end, bring some intense and vicious moments to the story. The story is filled with details, some of them have no impact to the plot, just showing the life of the characters, like what cake they ate at dinner, how much they ate it, how much was left of it, and how they hoped to take the leftovers with them. There's also some repetition with these details, sometimes even in the same scene. Of course, these help to show a wider picture of the life the characters are living, their situation and level of comfort with each other. Some people like it, enjoy those details in their stories, and by all means, that's great. For me, it felt like fluff, fillers, that take my mind of the story, I lose my focus, and interest, and my mind start to wonder. Because of this, it took me awhile, to get to finish this book, I just had a hard time keeping my interest in the story. ~ Three Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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    Sweet and Tender

    I wasn't sure what to expect when I started reading this book, but OUT RIDER was sweet, tender and packed an unexpected emotional punch. I especially loved how perceptive Sloan was when it came to Dev and how gentle he was with her. A burst tire is what brings Dev McGuire and Sloan Rankin's lives in alignment but it is their immediate connection and shared interests that will keep them together and heal them. Dev moved almost half way across the country to avoid a former co-worker who stalked and assaulted her and Sloan still bears the bruises from his failed marriage, so it's understandable that both of them are wary about exploring this connection between them. Dev has been dealt a bad hand for most of her life and let down at almost every turn by the men in her life, from her father to her superiors at work, so she really has no high expectations that Sloan will be different. She just wants to be left in peace so she can heal and begin to feel comfortable in her skin again, but it will take a hard heart to resist her appeal and the urge to protect her and Sloan is definitely a soft touch. When her stalker follows her across the country, will she be able to count on Sloan? Or will she be left to twist in the wind again? OUT RIDER is a slow building romance that focuses mostly on the growing feelings between Sloan and Dev and how he took his role as her protector very seriously. I also love how he surrounded her with people that cared and gave her a place to belong and the family she had always wanted. I'm not much of an animal lover but I really enjoyed how Ms. McKenna made their working dogs an integral part of their story and brought the beauty of the Grand Tetons to life for readers. I haven't read many of the previous books in this series but this one stands alone and there is no difficulty following along and I'll definitely recommend this to anyone who loves a good western romance. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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