Rocky Mountain Rebel - Vivian Arend

Rocky Mountain Rebel

By Vivian Arend

  • Release Date: 2013-05-21
  • Genre: Western
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 9 Ratings

Description

A STAND ALONE story in the bestselling SIX PACK RANCH series by New York Times Bestselling Author Vivian Arend

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The best type of growing up involves getting down and dirty

Vicki Hansol made different choices than her less-than-reputable mom and sister, yet her fiery temper has left her branded with the same town-bad-girl label. When she desperately needs a change of scenery, her get-out-of-town-free ticket arrives—and requires she face down one of her deepest fears.

Easygoing Joel Coleman has nothing to complain about, but he’s never really done anything to brag about either. The youngest member of the Six Pack Ranch is looking to make some changes in his life that include stepping out from under his twin brother’s shadow.

So when the bold beauty with the smart mouth approaches him with a proposition, Joel is intrigued. Her request for him to teach her to ride soon takes on a whole new meaning. All that passion in his arms, his bed, in the barn…hell, anywhere he can get it? Bring it on.

But tangling the sheets leads to unanticipated complications, and by the time the dust settles, everything family means is going to be challenged.

Caution: Saddle up for some youthful vigour applied with great enthusiasm. Ropes, rails and raunchy sex—there’s more places to get dirty around the ranch than first meets the eye.

Previously published in 2013

Reviews

  • Love, Love, Loved Joel and Vicki!!!

    5
    By Book addict 64
    Joel and Vicki's love story was a tear jerker for me. It really made me think about how rumors and prior acts make you think people cannot change. I loved seeing them grow and learn to trust each other. Vicki has become my new favorite heroine in this series. We learn more about her and Joel's past and how they learn to overcome it together. Rocky Mountain Rebel is the 5th book in the. Six Pack Ranch Series but it can be read as a standalone. I highly recommend this book and all the books in this series.