Maverick Wild (Wild #2)
Chance Morgan is eager to continue his carefree bachelor existence and not at all eager to get married. However, meeting Cora Mae Tindale again puts a wrench in those plans. Cora is the daughter of his hated stepmother. When they were kids, she was a boon companion who Chance and his brother enjoyed corrupting. Many times they got the young girl in trouble with her me ...more
Anywho moving on...
The book started off interesting Cora Mae had secrets and Chance was a the biggest asshole. Love books like that. I was getting into it. I was hoping there was a good reason for his foul treatment against Cora Mae and Cora's secret was juicy that I was speed reading just to find ...more
Chance and his twin brother Tucker hated their stepmother, who disrupted their home, drove their father away with her bad personality, and frequently had them whipped for no reason. When they were twelve, they ran away to join the war. They left behind their nine year old stepsister, Cora Mae. Chance and Cora Mae were especially close and she made him promise to come back for her when he could. ...more
I'm so happy I made an exception here. This story was one of the teasing stories where the two characters get close then spring apart, get close, spring apart, etc etc. As the reader we know about the issues plaguing both characters and see when a button has been pushed, but the characters have no idea and are then hurt and confused by the hot and cold game.
It's difficult to pull off one of these types of stories because it can fe ...more
So mostly the plot sucked + the two main characters were kinda meh and one rude af.
I still love her writing style though and I loved seein ...more
Alright, let me start by saying I picked this up somehow not know it was an old western period piece, or whatever you call those. I honestly hate them. I'm a contemporary girl. Nothing wrong with the others they are just not for me. That being said I paid for this so I read it. Although this is not my favorite type of book, it was well written and had some great plot. Would I read more books like this? Probably not. Am I glad I finished it? Yup. It was really good for a type of book ...more
Chance Morgan has sworn never to marry and definitely never to give his heart away, the only ones he loves are his twin brother and his brood. He watched his father's life torn apart by his step mother and he won't allow the same to happen to him. His only regret: Cora Mae, his step sister, she was just as caught up in his step mothers cruelty as he was, only when he managed to escape he had to leave her behind. However, Cora Mae has turned up in his life again, no longer an adorable eight year...more
Chase and Tucker at the tender age of 12 decided after their dad took off for war that they were not going to stick around with their God awful step mother. Even though they adore their 9 year old step sister Cora.
"You can't leave me!" was what Chase got as they were ready to ride out from the girl he really cares for.
"We'll come for you when the fighting's over"
"Soon as we ...more
The plot is wonderful and goes something like this: Chance has always liked/loved his stepsister Cora Mae. He and his brother however despised her mother and ran away from home just to get away from her.
Many years later Chance and Cora Mae are reunited when she runs away from her mother and goes to live on Chance and Tucker's ranch.
Of course sparks fly because Chance does not trust Cora Mae anymore and she has ...more
This looked promising, but then, when Cora Mae meets Chance again, nothing is left of his caring stepbrother, and he is now a paranoid distrustful being. And Cora Mae is... I don’t really get to know her; she wasn’t really well drawn up, pr ...more
How are we supposed to believe a handsome rugged western man is this much of a spoiled angsty child.
Action packed and a page turner.
Read again... 05/08/2012 - 05/09/2012
Even better the second time.