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Review: Two to Wrangle by Victoria VaneTwo To Wrangle (Hotel Rodeo, #2) by Victoria Vane
Series: Hotel Rodeo #2
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two-half-stars


A COUNTRY BOYMaybe having a hot and heavy affair with the boss’s daughter wasn’t the smartest move. But country boy Ty Morgan didn’t regret a moment with city girl Monica Brandt…until she left Las Vegas to return to her life in New York.  When devastating news sends her running back, Ty can’t help but open his arms.  His heart, however, is another matter.  AND A CITY GIRLNow that Ty has what he’s always wanted—controlling interest in Hotel Rodeo—Monica is certain their time together is at an end.  Then Ty asks her to come on board as a partner.  Maybe it’s just her money he needs, but the chance to stick close to the sexy wrangler sure could make work a whole lot more interesting.  GET READY TO TANGOTheir partnership doesn’t come without a heap of problems. The two can’t agree on anything—except their iron-hot attraction.  As the hotel’s Grand Opening approaches, the truth is all too clear: Ty and Monica must find a way to mix business with pleasure if they have any shot at dancing off into the sunset together…  Praise for Victoria Vane“Erotic and sexy.” —Library Journal on the Devil DeVere series“For erotic passion and one-liners, the first book in Vane's new series will satisfy...Vane's latest gets a big yee-haw.”—RT Book Reviews on Slow Hand

REVIEW

This book starts off right where the last book finished. Although it starts on a sad note we get to see the relationship growing between Ty and Monica. They fight like crazy but they’re also hot and sexy. After many ups and downs they finally get their HEA. The only thing I didn’t like was that the hero, Ty says at one point “People come from all over to see the magicians and those pansy-ass Canadian circus performers.” Being a Canadian and loving Cirque du Soleil (I’m assuming he’s talking about Cirque) I was a bit offended. I’m going to believe that it’s just the character’s personality as an American loving Cowboy and not assume that this is the personal opinion of the author. Other than that I really enjoyed the book.

Christine gives Two To Wrangle

two-half-stars