His Reluctant Cowboy

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Out-and-proud volunteer dance instructor, Reid Alexander, is a California boy accustomed to living in flashy luxury. He is less than thrilled upon inheriting his late grandfather’s South Dakota horse ranch. Yet, he must endure three months of cowboy hell before he can even consider selling the property. As the ranch foreman, Walker Corrigan’s entire life is Pine Ridge. When Reid arrives with cold-hearted plans to sell, Walker endeavors to endear the place to the younger man.

Reid is unprepared for the sudden attachment to Walker, the land, and – unbelievably enough – the horses.

Walker’s long-suffering heart takes an unexpected gallop straight toward Reid. Both men are on-board with exploring their relationship, and Reid discovers ranch ownership is more gratifying than he’d once imagined. But Reid is forced to reconsider his place on the ranch when threats put the property and employees in danger.

Menacing events call Reid’s integrity into question, and he considers saving everyone the hassle and throwing in the reins. But how can he leave when his heart now feels at home on Pine Ridge Ranch and in Walker’s arms?

4 reviews for His Reluctant Cowboy

  1. Rebecca Webeck

    From the very beginning this book draws you in. And its a really good story. Some parts were a bit cheesy but not ridiculously so.
    The narrator was good accept the female voices, were a bit dramatic.

    This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  2. Gabrielle Lee

    When Reid finds out that his grandfather has past up his father and given his ranch to him Reid is surprised and makes his way to the ranch to fulfill the requirements of the will and be done with the ranch but once he arrives everything changes and Reid must make a choice that he never thought he had.

    I enjoyed this story. Reid is a fun and entertaining character. He is a strong and smart man that may have been born into money but is not afraid to work and fight for what is right. Walker’s character is just as strong and the two make a good couple. As Reid tries to figure out what to do about the ranch, he never saw his attraction to Walker amounting to anything but one-night changes everything for the two men. It was nice to see the two fight for the ranch and the people that work it. Seeing their relationship take shape was nice and it was nice to see the interaction between Reid and the people on the ranch. Narrator Brad king does a good job of bringing the characters to life and pulling me into the story. The only drawback for me was the voice of the ranch cook, I had a hard time with her voice and began to find it irritating.

  3. Troy Daulton

    This book really didn’t do it for me. I found the characters rather stereotypical and never really engaged with either of the leads. The narrator did a decent job but the plot didn’t draw me in.

  4. Justine

    I loved this story. It’s a story about finding love where you least expect it. Reid certainly didn’t expect to find love on the ranch but that’s exactly what happened. Love for Walker, love for horses and land, and love for a Grandfather he never knew. I love how everyone one the ranch is like one big family. Now I want to know what’s going to happen with Zeke and Jordan.
    Narrator Brad King does an absolutely amazing job.

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