What it’s about
With the deed to her land and a kid brother to protect, mustanger Skylar Daines shouldn't have tangled with the likes of Tucker Morgan. But his stolen kiss scatters her senses and, quicker than a whirling dust devil, they're wed! To her relief, Tucker's keen to fix the marital slipup--and then he tells her the deed she holds belongs to him, and him alone. Maybe she shouldn't rush to have their marriage annulled. No man, no matter how good-looking, is going to swindle Skylar out of the one thing she yearns for most--a home.
5 Stars!! I was hooked on this book by the end of the first chapter, and it stayed with me (literally on my person) until I finished it!
This is a story about a proud, capable, talented woman who's femininity has been hidden and discouraged by her father for as long as she can remember. Skylar was a breath of fresh air, and the way that she proved herself to be loyal and steadfast to her younger brother had me cheering for her from the very beginning of this book. Tucker was so much fun! The way he shows Skylar he loves her made for many "ahhhh" moments.
This book has it all. I was laughing one minute, choked up the next, and as the bullets were flying was hanging on to my seat for dear life. This is the way westerns were meant to be and I can't wait for the second in the series.
5 Stars! Just an old-fashioned wonderful romance. Not a lot of steam, but very sensual and passionate, great couple chemistry!
Skylar is a strong women, determined to claim what is rightfully hers, and wants to build a future for herself, and her younger brother Garrett. They meet up with the Morgan twins, Tucker and Chance, real men; scrumptious, strong, protective, just what I like in my heroes. All four of them are part of the story, but the romance centers around Skylar and Tucker. The attraction between them builds, and he woos her with words and kindness. He's a real romantic, so sweet and such a charmer. Skylar and Tucker were a match made in cowboy heaven!
I really enjoyed the interaction between all the characters, and how the brothers formed an attachment to Garrett and treated him like he was one of their own. You could feel the four of them growing into a family long before they realize that's what they had become.
Very well written with great dialogue, some anxious moments, lots of romance, and our hero, Tucker, coming to the rescue in a big screen moment. The way he takes care of Skylar will bring tears to your eyes. SWOON!
Mustang Wild is a truly enjoyable read that you will have a hard time putting down!
Connect with Stacey Kayne