Series: The Dalton Boys #4
Page Count: 107 pages
Publisher: Em Petrova (April 21, 2015)
Format: provided by author
Rating: 5 hearts
Five brides for five brothers…at least that’s the deal the Daltons have struck with their boys. Each son must marry in order to inherit a piece of the ranch they love so much.
Beck Dalton is one of the most arrogant, immature and infuriating men Sabrina has ever met. But he also happens to be the father of her child. Trouble is, he doesn’t know it. Over a year ago she made the mistake of giving Beck a second chance—then a third. Mostly because he made her fire burn hotter and brighter than with any other man. But having toe-curling romps in the hay with him didn’t make her stop wanting to bash him over the head with a large, heavy object.
The part-time school teacher sent Beck into fits of insanity—right before she drove off with his clothes and truck, leaving him naked in the middle of nowhere with nothing but his guitar and cell phone. At least he’d had something to pass the time. Now the woman he’s never forgotten has walked back into his life. And she has a secret.
What she’s holding has blue eyes that scream “Dalton boy,” and there’s no denying the infant’s parentage. When Beck not only discovers he’s a daddy but his child and the mother are homeless, his honor forces him to do the right thing even as he wants to throttle Sabrina.
She’ll let Beck help her get on her feet, but that doesn’t mean she has to like him, does it? Too bad her body remembers every breathless moment spent with the rugged cowboy.
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Mmmmmmm, another Dalton boy falls hard. Beck reminds me of so many fun loving country boys that never realize what they have until it's too late. Beck and Sabrina are on fire, until he pushes his luck and she leaves him. Never intending to have to face him again, Sabrina never tells him about her pregnancy-- his child.
The heat, emotion and chemistry between Beck and Sabrina draws you in and never lets go. I could not put this book down. I really enjoyed the POV's from both of them as the deal with their long buried feelings and fears and dreams of futures.
“He needed her like a gallop across the fields at dawn…”This is Book 4 of the Dalton Boys, but can be easily read as a stand-alone.
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