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When the stagecoach that is carrying Emma Martin to her new job in Denver is attacked and robbed in the wilds of Colorado, she is the only survivor. Alone and terrified, she is rescued by Luke Butler, a rancher who knows only one way. His way. When Luke Butler finds Emma Martin, he has no other choice but to bring her back to his ranch. Soon, his life is turned upside down When the stagecoach that is carrying Emma Martin to her new job in Denver is attacked and robbed in the wilds of Colorado, she is the only survivor. Alone and terrified, she is rescued by Luke Butler, a rancher who knows only one way. His way. When Luke Butler finds Emma Martin, he has no other choice but to bring her back to his ranch. Soon, his life is turned upside down by a female who doesn’t know how to mind and who doesn’t know how to stay put. The battle that follows is a clash of wills, a test of tempers, and a lesson in love. Excerpt: Luke glanced at Emma and gave her a pointed look that meant she was to stay where she was. Then he turned and escorted the sheriff out the door. "You're not using your brain, man,” the sheriff argued. "Not your concern," Luke responded sharply. "She's too soft, Luke. She needs people around her, not just a bunch of rag-tag ranch hands. Let her go back to town with me. I'll keep her safe, I'll see to it that Emma has--" Luke cut him off. "Stop talking," he growled in a hiss. "She's not up for discussion. You lost your chance to keep her safe when you sent me out there to find her. You need to forget she's here. Emma doesn't exist for you anymore. Don't say her name, don't even think about her." "Jesus Christ, Luke. You're not even acting sane." "Don't push me. I'm the only help you've got this side of Silver Creek. You need to move on about your business. You know I'd never hurt her. Soothe your goddamn conscious with that and finish the job you need to be doing. Find the scum that did this. Find 'em and hang 'em high because I don't like the thought of them being alive after seeing her face." The two men glared at each other before the sheriff turned and mounted his horse. Luke hesitated only a moment before he slammed back into the house and prowled to the chair where Emma was still sitting. He pulled her up and with a jerk, she stumbled against him. His arms reached out and encircled her. "It'll take half an hour before the sheriff is too far away for one of my men to chase him down and bring him back. So you've got that long to decide." One steely arm was wrapped around her back, the other traced a line down her spine and then up again in a smooth caress. "I thought I'd already decided." "You need a little more understanding of the situation before you can make a proper decision." Emma was pleasantly shocked by the intimacy of his touch and held enthralled as she stood in the circle of his arms. She remained mute and concentrated on her breathing that seemed to be rushing in and out of her lungs as if she were completely out of oxygen. "Fair warning, Emma-girl," his smooth voice was brutal. "Warning?" she managed to ask. "I feel inclined to make sure you understand how it’s gonna be while you still have the opportunity to leave. Like I said, in half an hour or so, that option will be taken away from you." "I'm sure." Her voice was hesitant and didn't sound sure at all. "Yeah?" His gaze slipped to her mouth and his already dark eyes grew stormy. "Let's hear you repeat that in a few minutes." Emma had no other warning before his mouth fell on hers.


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When the stagecoach that is carrying Emma Martin to her new job in Denver is attacked and robbed in the wilds of Colorado, she is the only survivor. Alone and terrified, she is rescued by Luke Butler, a rancher who knows only one way. His way. When Luke Butler finds Emma Martin, he has no other choice but to bring her back to his ranch. Soon, his life is turned upside down When the stagecoach that is carrying Emma Martin to her new job in Denver is attacked and robbed in the wilds of Colorado, she is the only survivor. Alone and terrified, she is rescued by Luke Butler, a rancher who knows only one way. His way. When Luke Butler finds Emma Martin, he has no other choice but to bring her back to his ranch. Soon, his life is turned upside down by a female who doesn’t know how to mind and who doesn’t know how to stay put. The battle that follows is a clash of wills, a test of tempers, and a lesson in love. Excerpt: Luke glanced at Emma and gave her a pointed look that meant she was to stay where she was. Then he turned and escorted the sheriff out the door. "You're not using your brain, man,” the sheriff argued. "Not your concern," Luke responded sharply. "She's too soft, Luke. She needs people around her, not just a bunch of rag-tag ranch hands. Let her go back to town with me. I'll keep her safe, I'll see to it that Emma has--" Luke cut him off. "Stop talking," he growled in a hiss. "She's not up for discussion. You lost your chance to keep her safe when you sent me out there to find her. You need to forget she's here. Emma doesn't exist for you anymore. Don't say her name, don't even think about her." "Jesus Christ, Luke. You're not even acting sane." "Don't push me. I'm the only help you've got this side of Silver Creek. You need to move on about your business. You know I'd never hurt her. Soothe your goddamn conscious with that and finish the job you need to be doing. Find the scum that did this. Find 'em and hang 'em high because I don't like the thought of them being alive after seeing her face." The two men glared at each other before the sheriff turned and mounted his horse. Luke hesitated only a moment before he slammed back into the house and prowled to the chair where Emma was still sitting. He pulled her up and with a jerk, she stumbled against him. His arms reached out and encircled her. "It'll take half an hour before the sheriff is too far away for one of my men to chase him down and bring him back. So you've got that long to decide." One steely arm was wrapped around her back, the other traced a line down her spine and then up again in a smooth caress. "I thought I'd already decided." "You need a little more understanding of the situation before you can make a proper decision." Emma was pleasantly shocked by the intimacy of his touch and held enthralled as she stood in the circle of his arms. She remained mute and concentrated on her breathing that seemed to be rushing in and out of her lungs as if she were completely out of oxygen. "Fair warning, Emma-girl," his smooth voice was brutal. "Warning?" she managed to ask. "I feel inclined to make sure you understand how it’s gonna be while you still have the opportunity to leave. Like I said, in half an hour or so, that option will be taken away from you." "I'm sure." Her voice was hesitant and didn't sound sure at all. "Yeah?" His gaze slipped to her mouth and his already dark eyes grew stormy. "Let's hear you repeat that in a few minutes." Emma had no other warning before his mouth fell on hers.

30 review for The Rancher's Virgin Acquisition

  1. 4 out of 5

    Preeti ♥︎ Her Bookshelves

    Another of Lynda Chance’s old western with an uber dominant and agro-possessive H, and a virginal h who might have some ideas of independence but pretty soon gives up. The h escapes a stagecoach robbery and worse at the hands of outlaw bandits, and gets rescued by a dark and dangerous rancher who takes her home. He goes all possessive and domineering over her dictating where she can go on the ranch and what she can do. And basically being a total jerk if she ‘disobeys’. He desires her but is not Another of Lynda Chance’s old western with an uber dominant and agro-possessive H, and a virginal h who might have some ideas of independence but pretty soon gives up. The h escapes a stagecoach robbery and worse at the hands of outlaw bandits, and gets rescued by a dark and dangerous rancher who takes her home. He goes all possessive and domineering over her dictating where she can go on the ranch and what she can do. And basically being a total jerk if she ‘disobeys’. He desires her but is not willing to marry for it. Thinking her a widow, he considers her fair game. And she wasn’t very endearing anyways with her confused and confusing ways. She misleads him on the widow issue and also hides her old limp as an injury. He grudgingly offers her marriage after getting to know of her v status the time tested way, and then the story just abruptly winds up. One minute he is being his usual a-hole self and next they are rolling around on the ground and professing undying love.

  2. 4 out of 5

    (ツ) Hache

    What a waste of time. Spoilers Luke rescues Emma who has a limp and is obviously a virgin, takes her to his ranch and is immediately horny for her. "While you're here, you're mine." "Is there something wrong?" "No. Not unless you want all your clothes ripped from your body and me deep inside you within thirty seconds." Within that week, well barely a week they've had some hot make out sessions then during the 80% mark he's popped her cherry without him knowing she's a virgin, as soon as he's realise What a waste of time. Spoilers Luke rescues Emma who has a limp and is obviously a virgin, takes her to his ranch and is immediately horny for her. "While you're here, you're mine." "Is there something wrong?" "No. Not unless you want all your clothes ripped from your body and me deep inside you within thirty seconds." Within that week, well barely a week they've had some hot make out sessions then during the 80% mark he's popped her cherry without him knowing she's a virgin, as soon as he's realised that he's saying that they have to get married the next day. "You can't marry me when all you feel is anger toward me." She tried to reason with him. "Oh, I can, Emma," he softly threatened. "I've told you before, I can do any damn thing I want. You've made your bed and now you have to lie in it." His knee pushed her legs wider, and his manhood nudged threateningly at the entrance to her body He sounds so rapey The he asks her "Are you too sore?" and of course she's ready for round two This book was so awkward at times, Emma came off as sooo naive she seemed like a 10 year old and the guy seem like her pervey uncle, with him calling her 'honey' 'baby' and 'Emma-girl' Emma's mind raced as she thought of the warm, thick liquid and she came to a conclusion. "That was--that was the seed? The seed that makes a baby?" Shes 22 by the way. Some more sex scenes and they live happily ever after. Epilogue they have a bunch of kids. THE END

  3. 5 out of 5

    Gi's Spot Reviews

    3.5 Stars Review to come...

  4. 5 out of 5

    Elaine

    Lynda Chance writes a powerful domineering male alpha. If you like those, you'll enjoy this book. 22 yr old Emma grew up in an orphanage, and is on a stagecoach to her new life as a seamstress in Denver. The stagecoach is robbed, driver murdered, and Hero Luke Butler finds her hiding near the scene in the early evening. As a witness, Emma can ID the robbers. Luke takes her to his ranch for safekeeping, where the sparks fly, attraction blooms, and most of the book occurs. Luke is VERY attracted to Lynda Chance writes a powerful domineering male alpha. If you like those, you'll enjoy this book. 22 yr old Emma grew up in an orphanage, and is on a stagecoach to her new life as a seamstress in Denver. The stagecoach is robbed, driver murdered, and Hero Luke Butler finds her hiding near the scene in the early evening. As a witness, Emma can ID the robbers. Luke takes her to his ranch for safekeeping, where the sparks fly, attraction blooms, and most of the book occurs. Luke is VERY attracted to Emma, but is conflicted for several reasons. But one thing is for sure in his mind- the young widow is sexually available. Oops! Emma has a limp from a childhood injury, and she lets Luke think she sprained her ankle, so he doesn't treat her as an untouchable handicapped woman. Also, she tells him she's widowed, instead of never-married. These two lies come back to haunt her in the story. An overbearing but caring hero and an assertive heroine make for many combustible scenes. There is quite a bit of smoldering extended foreplay in several entertaining scenes. The sex is HOT, passionate, AND loving. I think the reason I was able to enjoy this book more than others with similar heroes is because it was an historic romance, late 1800's and sex roles and expectations allowed the dominant male role as the norm. This type of hero set in today's time period might find himself slapped, either with a hand or a restraining order. This is possibly my favorite Lynda Chance book thus far.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Chantal ❤️

    A sweet western about a rancher who falls for a sweet orphan involved in a stagecoach robbery. She was stronger then everyone thought and he was surprised by her fortitude. Cute and with a sweet little epilogue. A satisfying read.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rgreader

    The heroine did some foolish things to show she was independent. The romance was too much slow burn. The ending was rushed. I did love the epilogue so I gave it 4 stars just for including that.

  7. 5 out of 5

    lily waheed

    this man is so rude!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Summer

    Read this one in one sitting. Lynda Chance is amongst my favourite authors with her own style of Dominant, hot Males. Although this is a good read it however fell short when compared to some of her other books. Emma Martin, the heroine is a likeable sweet character who is pretending to be a widow and Luke Butler a ranch owner who takes Emma in after the stagecoach she was travelling in was robbed. A likeable read but something was missing for me in this one.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Julia

    "I'm not just trying to be a mean son of a bitch, Emma. I don't have to try. I am a mean son of a bitch." Yeah, and Luke was a total jerk for most of the story. I kept reading, hoping that it would get better, it just ever did. "I'm not just trying to be a mean son of a bitch, Emma. I don't have to try. I am a mean son of a bitch." Yeah, and Luke was a total jerk for most of the story. I kept reading, hoping that it would get better, it just ever did.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Judith

    Another very entertaining Old West historical short novel from an author who rarely disappoints. Certainly she is a writer who crafts her heros on the dominant, gritty, edgy side, and this story is no exception. The heroine is typical of many women in the Old West who are alone and without family or resources, trying to survive on very limited employment skills. That she is masquerading as a widow is another common ploy to prevent strangers from viewing her as both a "loose woman" and a woman on Another very entertaining Old West historical short novel from an author who rarely disappoints. Certainly she is a writer who crafts her heros on the dominant, gritty, edgy side, and this story is no exception. The heroine is typical of many women in the Old West who are alone and without family or resources, trying to survive on very limited employment skills. That she is masquerading as a widow is another common ploy to prevent strangers from viewing her as both a "loose woman" and a woman on the loose. It is a strange love story that is rooted in lust as so many marriages were in the days of plentiful men and limited women. It is also a love story that is really about dominance and submission and the ways that male/female relationships were largely cast in the "old days." But all that being said, it was a delightful and entertaining read and one that brought that historical period in Colorado to life. I really thought it was a terrific read.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nicky

    Pretty good read. I liked it but it didn't really keep my attention and took days to read. The heroine was likaeble for the most part but she lied entirely too much and even though I like my Heroes alpha this one was just a bit too much IMO. Pretty good read. I liked it but it didn't really keep my attention and took days to read. The heroine was likaeble for the most part but she lied entirely too much and even though I like my Heroes alpha this one was just a bit too much IMO.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mlleelizabeth

    This is a book. For a full review, please go to: http://mlleelizabeth.booklikes.com/ GoodReads's policies no longer comply with my review policy. Therefore my reviews will be posted at BookLikes going forward. Thank you for following my reviews here. I hope to continue discussing books with you on BookLikes. This is a book. For a full review, please go to: http://mlleelizabeth.booklikes.com/ GoodReads's policies no longer comply with my review policy. Therefore my reviews will be posted at BookLikes going forward. Thank you for following my reviews here. I hope to continue discussing books with you on BookLikes.

  13. 5 out of 5

    mad4rombks

    3.5 stars. Another uber alpha/possessive hero. Started out very good then seemed to fizzle in the middle before it picked up again.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    This is another prime example of an alpha-male, arrogant , super jealous/possessive hero paired with a shy, virginal heroine who he rescues. He saves her, takes her to his ranch and immediately begins a pattern of seduction. I enjoyed the story and the slow build up to both sex and the ultimate "I love you." If you want an OTT jealous/possessive hero, this author always delivers. This is another prime example of an alpha-male, arrogant , super jealous/possessive hero paired with a shy, virginal heroine who he rescues. He saves her, takes her to his ranch and immediately begins a pattern of seduction. I enjoyed the story and the slow build up to both sex and the ultimate "I love you." If you want an OTT jealous/possessive hero, this author always delivers.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Djg

    3 1/2 stars Luke, a rancher rescues Emma, the lone survivor of a stagecoach robbery. Emma is headed to Denver to take a position. She has a lame leg from an injury as a child and believes no one will ever want to marry her so she pretends to be a widow. This is a sweet story with a lot of sexual tension and build up. Luke is a typical Lynda Chance alpha hero (which I love.) and Emma is sweet without being a doormat.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline J

    Somehow the whole jealous alpha male thing didn't work so well in this historical by LC. Part of the fun of the super jealous hero is seeing him react to other men near the heroine. Here there just wasn't enough to carry that. Plus the physical relationship didn't ring true. The hero's motivations weren't solid enough for me. Somehow the whole jealous alpha male thing didn't work so well in this historical by LC. Part of the fun of the super jealous hero is seeing him react to other men near the heroine. Here there just wasn't enough to carry that. Plus the physical relationship didn't ring true. The hero's motivations weren't solid enough for me.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Roub

    i usually like books by lynda chance. it's usually a 3 star read from me 4 her but this one was rather kind of dumb n slow paced. i had 2 skip pages. the hero actually seem like the villain n really a pervert lol:P i usually like books by lynda chance. it's usually a 3 star read from me 4 her but this one was rather kind of dumb n slow paced. i had 2 skip pages. the hero actually seem like the villain n really a pervert lol:P

  18. 4 out of 5

    Cyn Mistress Kitty

    Ok western story. The hero Luke was a little over the top domineering for my tastes almost to the point of scary.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sandra

    seriously... worst title ever.. unless there's some explanation in the book..that I missed. liked the book. LOVED THE HEA seriously... worst title ever.. unless there's some explanation in the book..that I missed. liked the book. LOVED THE HEA

  20. 5 out of 5

    EastEgg

    I actually really liked this one and while i like Chance I think this is one of her better works. This book is a short read with no real climax, as in the main characters dont have to many problems to over come, but that was okay for me because some books just drag out the drama or keep the main characters who you want together apart the whole book and thats just the worst like why read a romance then. I also liked that she didnt old on to her lies for a long time it was more realilistic to me

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mtve41

    Second book I read from LC and I think Ima read em all! All the usual ticks that work for me. Super hot alpha lover, extremely territorial and commanding, a very tender lover to the h and the love making will make you blush. Very thorough and slow and passionate. Running out of words. But I’ll mark this as a keeper! The h is sweet but stubborn and there’s a constant battle of wills. Don’t think there was any thing left to make it more perfect! Sweet epilogue with kids running around!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sayletta

    He wanted her so much that he married her. At first under false pretenses for money. Then of course since he fell love with her in the mean time he wanted her to love him and stay married. This author writes alpha male. And i mean they go hard alpha. She has mo chose, do what i say and they intimidate and bully. I love it. The women always break them down and fight back.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sieravonne

    At first it was ok, then it became boring, then ok again. The scene where they were playing cards was unnecessary. That was the most boring part. The story was lengthy but the ending was quick. Really. Fast. It was like their first intercouse--lots of kissing and petting and while Luke immediately climaxed, Emma didn't reach fulfillment. At first it was ok, then it became boring, then ok again. The scene where they were playing cards was unnecessary. That was the most boring part. The story was lengthy but the ending was quick. Really. Fast. It was like their first intercouse--lots of kissing and petting and while Luke immediately climaxed, Emma didn't reach fulfillment.

  24. 5 out of 5

    eevee

    Emma has a limp and no one can love her because of it. Luke’s a rancher who’s also unlovable because angst. She’s an innocent little daisy and he wants to pollinate her… okay, let’s not do the flower metaphor. He wants to smash. She’s a virgin. A slow burn romance ensues. Luke was kind of an ass, Emma was kind of lame. It was so-so.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Megan Krueger

    Really Enjoyed This This book has more substance and heart than the name implies. Luke is very domineering, but in a sexy way. I was relieved that this book wasn't a domestic discipline or beam book, because I find those books annoying and tiresome. Emma was a very sweet, delicate young lady. They had a nice chemistry. Really Enjoyed This This book has more substance and heart than the name implies. Luke is very domineering, but in a sexy way. I was relieved that this book wasn't a domestic discipline or beam book, because I find those books annoying and tiresome. Emma was a very sweet, delicate young lady. They had a nice chemistry.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Dusty_Rusty

    4 stars.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina

    At some point I wonder why do I read these books. I guess I could say that I'm a romantic, and I like to read on occasion small little stories with happy ever afters. Sometimes you get what you want, and like the song, sometimes you just don't. This was the case here. Let me just start with the name "The Rancher's Virgin Acquisition". Two things should have ringed an alarm here: the virgin part, I don't know why it has to be mentioned in the title, it's a little weird. You never read something lik At some point I wonder why do I read these books. I guess I could say that I'm a romantic, and I like to read on occasion small little stories with happy ever afters. Sometimes you get what you want, and like the song, sometimes you just don't. This was the case here. Let me just start with the name "The Rancher's Virgin Acquisition". Two things should have ringed an alarm here: the virgin part, I don't know why it has to be mentioned in the title, it's a little weird. You never read something like "The Rancher's Promiscuous Acquisition", right? I don't know why they do this. And secondly, the word "Acquisition". Yep, we're talking about a person, pretty obvious a girl is no ones acquisition. But I thought "nah, it must be representing a metaphor or something", but then you start reading the book and it all just makes sense. Nothing really new here, Luke is an abusive prick who needs an ass kicking. All the time he's trying to force the heroine to do his will, and the heroine is just pitiful, you feel sorry for her and annoyed at some point. Let me just quote, because I just wouldn't be able to make this up: "He slowly released her hair, and moved his hands to grip her forearms in a tight hold. His face was within inches of hers and she was so close to him she could see his nostrils flaring. "You better listen and you better listen good. This is my ranch. When you're on my ranch, you do as I say. No questions asked, no explanation given. I don't have to explain shit to you, or anybody else, got that?" He spoke viciously, and she felt tormented that he had this much anger for her. She nodded her head, ready to agree with whatever he said to end this lesson in male dominance. But he wasn't finished and continued berating her. "I'm not just trying to be a mean son of a bitch, Emma. I don't have to try. I am a mean son of a bitch. You need to get it through that thick head of yours that this ranch is thousands and thousands of acres of rough terrain. There's no law out here except for me and my gun, and there's danger al around you(...)" Ok. Considering the fact that he clearly has issues, this is a terrible pairing because the only possibility anything could work with this guy is a woman that puts him in his place, constantly. And even then why would anyone want this guy as a protagonist of anything? This was just awful, I don't know in what other way to say this, that so many other's have been saying for a long time: abusive men are not attractive.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    This book was very similiar to 'Under the Cowboys Control' but i did like that better to be honest. I just thought this hero was a bigger jerk and it was harder for me to like him which i kinda did in the end.. Emma is traveling on stagecoach when it gets hijacked and the driver is killed. Luke happens upon it and takes Emma back to his ranch to 'take care of her' pffft yeah. I basically disliked Luke from the beginning even though he was a smoking hot cowboy, it wasn't until the end he made me s This book was very similiar to 'Under the Cowboys Control' but i did like that better to be honest. I just thought this hero was a bigger jerk and it was harder for me to like him which i kinda did in the end.. Emma is traveling on stagecoach when it gets hijacked and the driver is killed. Luke happens upon it and takes Emma back to his ranch to 'take care of her' pffft yeah. I basically disliked Luke from the beginning even though he was a smoking hot cowboy, it wasn't until the end he made me smile.. a little. I realize that this was set in a time where certain things were acceptable but jeeez really? "Maybe you haven't figured it out yet, but i make all the rules around here. I'm the boss, the people here work for me. My word is law." I'm pretty sure i would have said something not so flattering right about then. "Just you and me. Emma-girl, I already said. My house, my supper table. I'll pretty much talk to you anyway i see fit." Seriously.. what an alpha asshole! Emma brought a new meaning to the word innocent. I had to keep reminding myself that this was set in a different time and that there wouldn't be the same understanding there is now about sex. Like how she just thought she could have sex with him without him finding out she was a virgin... hmm. The ending and epilogue were a nice ending and actually had me smiling. "I'm not giving you up! I'll never give you up. I'll give up the damn ranch before i give you up." "i love you Emma, more than you'll ever know." Oh so he does have a nice side! Shame we didn't see more of it.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Dar

    That was wonderful! I mean, it was sweet and hard, romantic and tough and Luke and Emma are masters at hiding their emotions What is the most amazing thing about the whole book is Luke's complete ability to see what he wants - even after he catches Emma in lie after lie, he only sees what he wants when he is intimate with her. Never once does he let himself consider she is not exactly what she has stated However, the fact that he cares for her is so apparent, I still chuckle when I think of him an That was wonderful! I mean, it was sweet and hard, romantic and tough and Luke and Emma are masters at hiding their emotions What is the most amazing thing about the whole book is Luke's complete ability to see what he wants - even after he catches Emma in lie after lie, he only sees what he wants when he is intimate with her. Never once does he let himself consider she is not exactly what she has stated However, the fact that he cares for her is so apparent, I still chuckle when I think of him and the showdown with the Sheriff in his kitchen over Emma. He tells her why he can't keep her but you can tell he is trying to convince himself and not her, but she doesn't know. Based on the life that she has already had, she takes everything he tells her to heart as it feeds on her own doubts. The big lug can't figure out why he upsets her and then vows to keep her Straight up conflict all the time, sweet anticipation, and even sweeter encounters, everyone needs a book like this to pick them up whenever they feel down!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Nu

    Before I begin my review, let me just say how much I love Lynda Chance! I can always count on one of her books to pick me up, dose me with some alpha maleness and make my day right. It is sometimes predictable, yet, that's why I love going for her books! They deliver what I want! Lol Now Emma-girl was adorably sweet, timid yet feisty and very much naive. The whole issue about lying - strangely I could understand how she found herself doing it. She wanted to feel normal for once, to sample the thi Before I begin my review, let me just say how much I love Lynda Chance! I can always count on one of her books to pick me up, dose me with some alpha maleness and make my day right. It is sometimes predictable, yet, that's why I love going for her books! They deliver what I want! Lol Now Emma-girl was adorably sweet, timid yet feisty and very much naive. The whole issue about lying - strangely I could understand how she found herself doing it. She wanted to feel normal for once, to sample the things she always thought she could never have. She felt that if she told the truth, it would all disappear like a good dream usually does when you wake up. But little did she know! Lol Luke was the epitome of alpha. Like stereotypically so, but that was everything I wanted to read about. He didn't offend me in the least. (it's fiction people, have fun with it) he felt it from the beginning but being the man that he is...well, you get the idea. The two of them together was nothing short of fun to read. You did it again Ms.Chance! 4 stars!

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