Rocky Mountain Heat by Vivian Arend
Rocky Mountain Heat
He’s the person who showed her to ride. Presently all he needs is to ride her.
Six Pack Ranch, Book 1
Blake Coleman is mature enough to realize that following up on drive causes only a load of inconvenience. Yet, when inconvenience’s a western-cap wearing blonde with thin legs that go on perpetually, what’s a man to do? Needing the sweet young lady nearby is quite recently off-base. The dependable thing to do is keep his distant.
Jaxi has different arrangements for Blake’s hands, and his heart. She may have once thought of him as a major sibling, yet that was quite a while back. She’s altogether grown up now and prepared to persuade him that she’s ideal for him. But he can’t see past the enormous “don’t touch” sign that is obviously as yet staying nearby her neck.
At the point when Jaxi winds up living directly in front of Blake, the evident warmth between them slides off stew and jumps up to animal dwellingplace smoldering levels. Be that as it may, a couple of the more youthful six-pack Colemans have chosen Jaxi’s image of inconvenience merits gambling a couple of busted bones.
That is, if Blake’s at last prepared to give up the reins and battle for what he needs…