Sometimes the strongest cowboys are women!
Stetson by Danielle Norman is NOW LIVE!!!
The only thing fancy about London Kelly was her name.
She was a jeans and boots kind of girl.
Her perfume was the smell of hay.
And her days were spent in the saddle.
Except for a few bumps in the road she had a pretty good life.
Her dad died.
Now, she’s left running the family cattle ranch and horse stables.
The sexy sheriff has decided that he wants more than a one night stand.
And her employees believe that she has no business running a ranch.
Sometimes the strongest cowboys aren’t boys…
Before becoming a romance writer, Danielle was a body double for Heidi Klum and a backup singer for Adele. Now, she spends her days trying to play keep away from Theo James, who won’t stop calling her or asking her out.
And all of this happens before she wakes up and faces reality where in fact she is a 50-something mom with grown kids. She’s been married longer than Theo’s been alive, and she now gets her kicks riding a Harley.
As far as her body, she can thank Ben & Jerry’s for that, as well as gravity and vodka. But she says that she could never be Adele’s backup since she never stops saying the F-word long enough to actually sing.
Danielle writes about kickass women with even better shoes and the men that try to tame them (silly, silly men).
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A rancher/farm story set in Florida? Color me intrigued.
I’ve read a few books in Danielle Norman’s Wild Orchid series, so when I saw she had a new series coming out, I was interested for sure.
London Kelly’s father has passed, leaving her and her two sisters, Paris and Holland, in charge of their family ranch. The night of her father’s funeral, London ends up at a bar and goes home with Braden “fucking” McManus (that’s what she calls him). She’s drunk, but they share a fun evening together, and when London wakes up, Braden is gone. And London is pissed.
Braden is a Lt. in the police department and the boy London crushed on in high school. He feels terrible about his night with London, because he feels he took advantage of her when she was drunk. London isn’t budging on forgiveness, but when a series of bad things start happening around the ranch, and Braden steps up, her feelings quickly begin to change.
It was pretty obvious who was behind the issues at the farm – and the way it played out, especially the end – I didn’t love. But it made the story more interesting.
London was a strong female lead. She didn’t like feeling she wasn’t as strong as a man, which I liked. She was more than capable of running her family farm. Braden was so sweet to London and her family. He wanted to figure out who was behind everything, and he had a gut feeling who it was – but mostly he wanted to protect London.
I’m excited for the next two books in this series. Holland’s will be especially interesting….