Annabelle Leahey is ready to be bad. Fed up with quilting bees and bridge clubs, Ann has to change or grow old alone. But going from bashful to bold won't be easy--especially since thong underwear is her idea of risque. So Ann needs a guide, and rancher Mitchell Black is the perfect candidate.
The last thing Mitchell needs is more trouble. He hasn't lived down his bad boy days yet and he has no intention of resurrecting them now. But when Ann asks for his help, he can't refuse. Especially since the preacher's daughter has suddenly become a fireball of temptation.
Mitchell's determined to keep his role in Ann's research hands-off, but Ann has plans of her own. She intends to show Mitchell what's he's missing--and that being bad with the right person can be o-o-o-oh so good.
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contemporary cowboy romance
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A fun and quick read, albeit a bit predictable. A sweet story of a young girl trying to shake her goodie good girl image, and a mid-30 year old, who tries to save her from herself. I liked the story, the characters and the writing, but there is mention time and again of their past, but I see little shown. More background of their history and the family history would have made a stronger impact on these areas. Other than that, I highly recommend this book. A sweet story that will have you chuckling now and again over the way her mind works and his reaction to her.
this was a fun read i really enjoyed it a lovely book recommended
I was generously provided an arc in exchange for a honest review. Annabelle Leahey is tried of being the good girl, the preachers daughter. She wants to shake up her life. But not knowing how she gets herself in trouble at a bar. Thank goodness for bad boy turned good Mitchell Black. But Mitch makes Ann see she needs someone to help her, him. Mitch is just looking forward to his younger brothers moving out so he can finally be alone, or so he says. Helping Ann shouldn't be to hard she younger than him his little brothers friend. But he never counted on how her changing would make him feel. Greatly written, perfect characters. Now we need Mitch's brothers books, please!