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Cowboy to the Max (Bucking Bronc Lodge #3)

4.15 of 5 stars 4.15  ·  rating details  ·  60 ratings  ·  12 reviews
Rancher Carter Flagstone refuses to take the fall for a crime he didn't commit. Branded a murderer five years ago, he's dead-set on getting freedom—and revenge. But after locating the woman who helped frame him, Carter is shocked to find Sadie Whitefeather scared, alone and hiding out in a remote Texas town. And what he discovers about the unforgettable night they spent in ...more
Paperback, Large Print, 288 pages
Published March 6th 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2012)
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Susan
Conclusion to the series. Very good book. When Carter broke out of prison and found Sadie, he thought that would be enough to set him free. What he found was that she had been used, and then stalked ever since. While he was in prison, he hadn't been able to forget her, and when they met again he found that he was still just as attracted. When someone tried to kill them both, they went on the run to try to find out who was behind his framing. As the days went by and the trail became more dangerou ...more
Paula Legate
This story was a modern day version of Bonnie, and Clyde with the exception that Carter escaped prison so he could prove his innocents. Carter was set up for murder, and served time for 5 long years. Sadie had been stalked during that time. She knew he was innocent, but couldn’t say anything. The guy that framed Carter threatened to kill Sadie if she said anything or went to the police. They both wanted, and needed to find out who set Carter up, and was stalking Sadie.
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Christina
Wow! I usually don't expect much from these little books but this one really surprised me!! The mystery had me biting my nails! The story was very interesting and kept me reading until I finished the book. I think the romance/sex could have been a little spicier, but considering the situation & past occurrences it's understandable. DEFINITELY recommend this book if you want a good story. There were a few non consequential things that irked me like continuity inconsistencies or a few things t ...more
Silverana
It was ok but I felt a little irritated by how the main characters’ feelings kept changing about one another and their situation.

It was realistic that Sadie hid from the villain instead of acting like the usual strong heroine. But it did get a little annoying that Carter felt guilty about Sadie getting stuck in this situation just because he spent a night with her and the culprit decided to use Sadie because of this. Sadie still ruined 5 years of his life despite her big belief in her Native wa
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Debbie Heaton
In Herron's romantic suspense novel, rancher Carter Flagstone refused to shoulder the responsibility for a crime he did not commit. Sentenced to prison five years ago on a murder charge, he was determined to regain his freedom and revenge. After locating the woman who had framed him, Carter is stunned to find Sadie Whitefeather on the run, afraid and alone while hiding in a small Texas town. As details reveal themselves, Carter is even more determined to find the truth. On the run, Carter and Sa ...more
Jordan
I thought this was a bit fast paced as far as the relationship went. He went from loathing her and wanting to kill her to loving her very quickly. However, it was still a great book and I'm glad to have read it.
Cherry-Ann
Boring and amateurish.
Kristina
I give this book a 3.5 star rating. There were a few things that I didn't flip over but each reader is different. one scene that bugged me was when Sadie and Carter finally hooked up. There were explosions going on and were short on air but they had enough time for a quickie. Really?! That was the most annoying to me. This book was an ok read overall.
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Renn
Love the cowboy stories.
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USA Today Bestselling and award-winning author Rita Herron fell in love with books at the ripe age of eight when she read her first Trixie Belden mystery. Although she wanted to be a writer then and actually scrawled her first novel at age twelve, she didn’t think real people grew up to be writers, so she became a kindergarten teacher instead. Ten years ago, she traded her classroom storytelling a ...more
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