Thursday, February 26, 2015

Wild Horses (The Montana Hamiltons #1) by B.J. Daniels

Contemporary Western Romance

From Goodreads:

It took only one impulsive moment on an empty two-lane highway to cost her everything.

A man's responsible for his own prosperity—especially if he's Cooper Burnett, the most determined cowboy in the West. No one knows what he sacrificed to claim a piece of Beartooth, Montana, for himself and his beautiful fiancĂ©e, Livie. No one knows what he's willing to do for love…until a stranger's twisted vendetta threatens the happy ending they should've had long ago.

One fateful mistake isn't the only secret Livie Hamilton is keeping from her fiancĂ©. Victimized during a treacherous blizzard by a man she thought she could trust, she's pregnant…but unsure who the father is. With an unknown blackmailer threatening to expose her, she must confess to Cooper and trust he'll still protect her. But when the truth falls into place, she may lose the only man she's ever loved—or worse.

I don’t pass up a B.J. Daniels book.  She writes some really heart stopping stories that keep the adrenalin pumping as I read.  For me Wild Horses was a little of a disappointment.  The mystery just did not catch me like previous books.  That said it is not a book I would want to miss.

Wild Horses is the first story about the Montana Hamiltons.  Much of the book introduces the new characters while getting Livie Hamilton and Cooper Burnett together.  Like the previous series this is set in Beartooth, Montana and characters form that series are part of the story.  In fact, there is closure for one of the main characters in that series. Another reason to not miss Wild Horses.

While I didn’t think this was one of Daniels best stories it was still very well written with an interesting plot and characters.  I still will not miss one of her books and will be looking for future books about The Montana Hamiltons.

Harlequin published Wild Horses by B.J. Daniel in 2015.

I received an ARC of Wild Horses from Netgalley in return for an honest review.

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