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Texas Cattleman's Club: — The Maverick County millionaires are about to experience scandals and seduction, Texas-style. For Texas Cattleman's Club member Alex Montoya, the long wait for revenge has finally paid off. But will love have the last laugh? He'd been the housekeeper's son, foolish enough to fall for the boss's daughter. Kicked to the curb, Alex Montoya had become Texas Cattleman's Club: — The Maverick County millionaires are about to experience scandals and seduction, Texas-style. For Texas Cattleman's Club member Alex Montoya, the long wait for revenge has finally paid off. But will love have the last laugh? He'd been the housekeeper's son, foolish enough to fall for the boss's daughter. Kicked to the curb, Alex Montoya had become a self-made millionaire with one agenda -- revenge. Now he had Rebecca Huntington exactly where he wanted her...paying off her father's debts by being his housekeeper. Alex vowed he would not feel anything but cold disdain for the woman now at his mercy. But some memories were hard to erase, just as some desires were impossible to resist.


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Texas Cattleman's Club: — The Maverick County millionaires are about to experience scandals and seduction, Texas-style. For Texas Cattleman's Club member Alex Montoya, the long wait for revenge has finally paid off. But will love have the last laugh? He'd been the housekeeper's son, foolish enough to fall for the boss's daughter. Kicked to the curb, Alex Montoya had become Texas Cattleman's Club: — The Maverick County millionaires are about to experience scandals and seduction, Texas-style. For Texas Cattleman's Club member Alex Montoya, the long wait for revenge has finally paid off. But will love have the last laugh? He'd been the housekeeper's son, foolish enough to fall for the boss's daughter. Kicked to the curb, Alex Montoya had become a self-made millionaire with one agenda -- revenge. Now he had Rebecca Huntington exactly where he wanted her...paying off her father's debts by being his housekeeper. Alex vowed he would not feel anything but cold disdain for the woman now at his mercy. But some memories were hard to erase, just as some desires were impossible to resist.

30 review for Lone Star Seduction

  1. 5 out of 5

    Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)

    For seven years, Alejandro Montoya (I love this name!) focused on gaining his revenge against Sebastian Huntington, the man who fired his mother and threw them out on the street, all because he had the nerve to get involved with his daughter. But, he never forgot how Rebecca made his heart beat faster, even if he forced himself to believe he hated her. Now, Alex is a powerful man, rich, and determined to show that Sebastian Huntington is not better than him, just because of his Latino heritage a For seven years, Alejandro Montoya (I love this name!) focused on gaining his revenge against Sebastian Huntington, the man who fired his mother and threw them out on the street, all because he had the nerve to get involved with his daughter. But, he never forgot how Rebecca made his heart beat faster, even if he forced himself to believe he hated her. Now, Alex is a powerful man, rich, and determined to show that Sebastian Huntington is not better than him, just because of his Latino heritage and because his mother cleaned his house. When it turns out that Sebastian embezzled $300,000 from the Texas Cattleman's Club, he plays right into his hands. Now he had the power to bring Huntington down. Even still, the idea of Rebecca being hurt doesn't sit right with him. He does what he can to nail her father, but help Rebecca, because his feelings for her have not dissipated despite his rage at her father. Rebecca never got over Alex. She didn't understand why he would have made a terrible bet with his old friend from the barrio, "El Gato", that he could sleep with her. She's determined to help her father, even if it means she has to convince Alex to give her a loan against her lingerie shop and work as his housekeeper to help pay off her father's debt. Yet, as much as she wants to keep it all business, and Alex wants to focus on his need for revenge against her father, their powerful attraction keeps getting in the way. I loved Alex. He was sexy and hot, all man. He was angry, but he really didn't want to see Rebecca hurt. He went out of his way to seek a resolution which would spare her, although he fully intended for her father to pay for his crimes, even if it was losing his ranch and having to move out of town. Alex reminded me of Alex from Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles, except all grown up, and a little more of a cowboy. They both have that powerful charisma. I could totally see why Rebecca was head over heels for him. I liked Rebecca. She had mettle, and even though I didn't like her father, I admired her loyalty to him, which she didn't let blind her to the truth about him. Her actions were understandable. It would have felt cold-blooded for her to completely wash her hands of him. Ms. Leclaire dealt with the prejudice issue deftly. People looked down on Alex and his family because they were Mexican-American, and his mother was a domestic. Even some of the members of the TCC who had books already did the same (especially Lance and Mitch). I liked that Alex stayed true to himself, and was proud of who he was, but strove to make something of himself to show the snobs where they could stick their prejudice. I was glad that Rebecca wasn't prejudiced against Alex, although she should have taken her father to task for his snooty attitude while she was dating Alex the first time. I liked the suspense angle, with Alex's shady friend "El Gato" as a major player in Huntington's troubles, with intentions to claim Rebecca as his bride, and Huntington's land so he could play Cattle King. Alex had to resolve his loyalty to an old friend, who had some designs against the woman he loved. He showed some real mettle dealing with his friend, who was clearly a slimy criminal. And it forced him to accept his true feelings for Rebecca. So far, this is my favorite in the newest Texas Cattleman's Series, at least out of those I've read. I need to read Darius and Summer's story, since I've liked him quite a bit in the books I've read. Overall rating: 4.5/5.0 stars.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Vintage

    I didn’t feel the love literally. Another evil and greedy dad that the h believes over the now millionaire H plus a town full of potential friends that look down on the H because he’s Hispanic and his mother was a maid. Yuck. He only gets accepted by the other millionaires born with silver spoons because of the heroine. Plus I have teensy suspicion that he was more believable and desirable to the heroine as the millionaire rather than the maid’s son. She moves in to the H’s house to be his housek I didn’t feel the love literally. Another evil and greedy dad that the h believes over the now millionaire H plus a town full of potential friends that look down on the H because he’s Hispanic and his mother was a maid. Yuck. He only gets accepted by the other millionaires born with silver spoons because of the heroine. Plus I have teensy suspicion that he was more believable and desirable to the heroine as the millionaire rather than the maid’s son. She moves in to the H’s house to be his housekeeper to pay off Pop’s huge debt. Color me a skeptic but it’s my experience that housekeepers are not paid on a level of white collar execs.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

    The very first scene of this book, which is depicted in the cover, floored me. It was inevitable. Rebecca Huntington knew it was only a matter of time before her path and Alejandro Montoya’s collided. In this case, literally. Stepping from the brilliant Texas sunlight into the elegant interior of the Texas Cattleman’s Club, she walked straight into his arms. He caught her. Of course, he caught her. He had the reflexes of a cat, no doubt thanks to his years on the soccer field. For one brief, insan The very first scene of this book, which is depicted in the cover, floored me. It was inevitable. Rebecca Huntington knew it was only a matter of time before her path and Alejandro Montoya’s collided. In this case, literally. Stepping from the brilliant Texas sunlight into the elegant interior of the Texas Cattleman’s Club, she walked straight into his arms. He caught her. Of course, he caught her. He had the reflexes of a cat, no doubt thanks to his years on the soccer field. For one brief, insane second her body gave, imprinting itself against his like a bittersweet memory. How many years had it been since they’d made love as though there were no yesterday, no tomorrow, only this moment of endless joy? She’d thought she’d found the love of a lifetime. Instead, he’d taken her innocence and ended their relationship with breathtaking cruelty, something it had taken her years to get over. And here she was, back in his arms, shades of that long ago love affair haunting her still. “Excuse me.” His voice caressed her, the passage of years having deepened the slight Latino intonation, making it even more delicious than when they’d dated. “If you’ll let go of me, I can leave.” Part of her wanted to cringe and pull away. But she refused to allow him the satisfaction of seeing how much he could still affect her. She released her grip on him—why in the world were her hands grasping his crisp, white shirt?—and held her ground. And, then I fell in love with hot, sexy, angry, passionate, Alejandro Montoya. A man who'd been shunned and mocked by the snobs of society for being the housekeeper's son, had grown cold and revengeful. The only girl he'd loved, Becca, had believed her father's lies and shunned him too. Her father, Sebastian Huntington had thrown him, his mother and his sister off his ranch all because Alex had the temerity to fall in love with his daughter, not only rendering them homeless, but caused his mother to work herself into an early grave. Now, that he has proof Huntington has embezzled money from TCC funds and behind all the arson attacks, he's all set for revenge. And, he wasn't going to be concerned about Rebecca's feelings when he sent her father to prison. But, Rebecca puts herself between his quest for revenge and her father. She believes her father when he says he had nothing to do with the arson while he didn't deny embezzling money from the club, or going bankrupt and owes debt to El Gato --Alex's friend from the barrio who actually is a fraudster. She wants Alex to help her find the real culprit behind the arson attacks and it maddens him that once again she believes her father and not him. She's willing to do anything to keep her father from prison, beg Alex to replace the funds, put her boutique as collateral, even work as his housekeeper. It was so amusing how she landed up at Alex's ranch with suitcases and informed him that she was going to be his live-in-housekeeper, hoping by directing her earnings from her boutique and working as Alex's housekeeper, she'd eventually clear the debt, which she didn't know was a lot more than what she's led to believe by her father and Alex. No matter how much Alex tried not to care for Becca, he wasn't finding success. Inspite of the fact he didn't want Becca working as his housekeeper, he went ahead with her plans only because he knew he would be able to protect her better at his place from El Gato's leery intentions, even though she sucked at housekeeping. Quietly, he ate her under-cooked/ over-cooked/charred food, nor did he complain when she bleached the color out of his shirts or tinted unexpected color into them. He cared more about what people thought about her living in his house than Becca did, knowing everyone would think she's his mistress considering their history. And, Becca had never stopped loving Alex; her love just lay dormant within all the years they'd parted. The two of them had awesome chemistry. The only problem was they let others get in between them. It was nice to see Alex finally getting support from the other men in the club and the most amusing, a recorded apology from Sebastian Huntington. This is one of my favorite amongst the Texas Cattleman Club series.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Swe

    A bliss to read. Although he held grudge against her father, he would go any lengths to keep her safe and she trusted only in him. A lovely tale that underlines the thought that you may displease a person for his conduct but not his family.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mem

    D1983 Texas Cattleman's Club #6 Alex Montoya and Rebecca Hunting's story. Her father was totally out of touch with reality and fell for a scam. Rumors had split the two apart and the problems have multiplied. She insists she will work as his housekeeper and run her store to pay him back the money he paid to cover the money her father took from the TCC. The arsonist and his accomplice are captured. Leaving Alex and Rebecca to rediscover their love. D1983 Texas Cattleman's Club #6 Alex Montoya and Rebecca Hunting's story. Her father was totally out of touch with reality and fell for a scam. Rumors had split the two apart and the problems have multiplied. She insists she will work as his housekeeper and run her store to pay him back the money he paid to cover the money her father took from the TCC. The arsonist and his accomplice are captured. Leaving Alex and Rebecca to rediscover their love.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sassafrass

    this was a quick and enjoyable read. I didn't think there were too many surprises. It was a typical harlequin romance, but I enjoyed it nonetheless. I haven't read any of the other books in the series, but I'd like to know about how the other couples got together, so I'll try to get book one in the near future. This was my first Day Leclaire read, but I'll for sure try her out again. this was a quick and enjoyable read. I didn't think there were too many surprises. It was a typical harlequin romance, but I enjoyed it nonetheless. I haven't read any of the other books in the series, but I'd like to know about how the other couples got together, so I'll try to get book one in the near future. This was my first Day Leclaire read, but I'll for sure try her out again.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jaimie Marshall

    This book is part of the Texas Cattleman's Club series. I wasn't sure if I would like a series that was continued but written by different authors but I must admit it works. I haven't read all the series in the books but so far they have all been great. This book is part of the Texas Cattleman's Club series. I wasn't sure if I would like a series that was continued but written by different authors but I must admit it works. I haven't read all the series in the books but so far they have all been great.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Gotobedmouse

    It is what I needed at the time...

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tanya Mayes

    I really enjoyed this book. More review to come.

  10. 4 out of 5

    karen

    This series of the Cattleman's club was my least favorite. Again not finishing out the lives of the towns couples This series of the Cattleman's club was my least favorite. Again not finishing out the lives of the towns couples

  11. 4 out of 5

    Anne Marshall

    A little rushed at times

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kobie

    enjoyed it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    ies

    Gw pikir bakalan kek Lakorn slap n kiss kan, taunya si Alex nya kaga niat balas dendam cih... kurang kuat karakternya kwkwkwkw **baca sambil nungguin cucian

  14. 5 out of 5

    ѕєяєηιтι

    3,5

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Montgomery

    Alex and Becca are a great couple, but I was never fully engaged in their story. I could put this down, which is unusual for a Leclaire book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Heather Holland

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Cheatham

  18. 5 out of 5

    Helen

  19. 5 out of 5

    Shanna

  20. 5 out of 5

    Igri Mmaisu

  21. 5 out of 5

    Hazel Manuel

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dilek Difyeli

  23. 4 out of 5

    Judyrudy

  24. 5 out of 5

    Julie

  25. 5 out of 5

    Safiu Rofiat

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ellie

  27. 4 out of 5

    Virginia Campbell

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sean Mars

  30. 4 out of 5

    D Webb

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