Return to cowboy country in Fever, Texas, where the heat isn't the only thing causing a fever! See if you can find the heirloom wedding band!
Shawn Jacobs is the ultimate ladies’ man. But as his best friends find the women of their dreams and get hitched one by one, he wonders what he’s missing. When a classmate of Shawn’s shows up in treacherous high heels and designer clothing, asking Shawn to train her father’s horse, Shawn quickly becomes annoyed with the beautiful, snotty, green-eyed blond. April St. Clair is the daughter of a hard-working ranch hand who never had enough money to buy her a dress, let alone move out of the filthy hovel they’d lived in together after her mother’s death. Now she’s a high-powered lawyer and barely recognizable as the same filly. Shawn knows it isn’t just the wild horse that needs to be tamed. April resists him at every turn. Is Miss All-That immune to cowboy fever?
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Nov 25, 2013
5 Stars! “April St. Clair left Fever, Texas 15 years ago, for college, and became a lawyer who lived the good life. April came from the small ranch town, lived with her father after her mother died, and could never get her father to leave that town though he didn't have two dimes to rub together. She never saw beyond the surface, how much he adored her, loved her. He was "the salt of the earth" to everyone else who knew him. Repeatedly Pete asked her to visit, but April always had an excuse for why she couldn't. She put it off one too many times, until the day she gets the dreaded phone call to tell her her father had died alone in a rundown trailer in Fever. She is devastated and had to learn the meaning of life out of the threads of death that lay before her. April never found out how very sick her father was for months before he died. He never said a word to her, even when he went to visit her and she was rude to him in front of her partner at the law firm. The only thing... More > of value her father had to leave her was a young mare named Misty, that he wanted Shawn Jacobs to train for him. That was the beginning of a tumultuous relationship and quite a battle of wills. April and Shawn had always been attracted and flirted with each other since they were in high school together, but Shawn was the bad boy who could get any girl he wanted, and April was the smartest girl in the school, geeky, with her nose buried in a book all the time. Shawn had one bad relationship that left him sour and insecure with a rich girl named Raquel who used him, then threw him away easily. When April came to town for her father's burial, he misjudged her just because she reminded him of his snotty ex. This novella was a whirlwind romance that started with definite attraction from both characters but animosity at the same time. Once a rich boyfriend shows up in town, all hell breaks loose. April has quite a few “Aha!” moments when a friend of her father's, Lindy, discloses a lot of secrets to her that she never realized. The development of the characters came naturally with so many twists and turns. I loved this romantic, humorous novella. Ms. Wiesner makes it very enjoyable for the reader. The first part of the novella tore my heart out. I felt so many mixed emotions. This was a very quick read that will leave you smiling. I give Taming April 5 Emotionally Charged, Hot Cowboy, Fun Filled Stars!” ~A Bookish Escape< Less
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