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For the Phantom, there is only one girl.

For Sam, there is only one horse.

Wildcats are threatening the mustangs that live near Samantha's ranch. Can she save the wild horses without harming the cougars?

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ISBN: 9780061889363
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THE WILD ONE opens the de Montforte series which is about four brothers and a sister.Gareth's story is filled with humor and heart break, but what I liked best was this heroin's story and the way she handled herself (although at times she did get my goat up!) despite the situations Gareth put her into.Gareth is the third son of a Duke, and current Duke's spare heir. He is not exactly a black sheep of the family, even though he is described as such, but a twenty-three year old scoundrel whose reputation is well-deserved. He is the leader of the Den of Debauchery, a group of lazy and mostly mischievous young-bloods of the county.Gareth's immaturity is evident to all and everyone is forgiving of it only because of his good heartedness and happy disposition to every situation he finds himself in, from an midnight debauchery stunt gone awry to the accidental run in with the highwaymen in which he almost ends up killed. It was really hard not to like a man like that! Yes, his immaturity gets him in hot water with all and saundry, but deep down all this man needed was the right woman to give him love and support, and this is where our heroine comes in handy.Juliet Paige is in England for one reason only: to request help of Lucien, Duke of Blackheath who is the brother of her deceased fiancé, Charles de Monteforte. It has been more than a year since she last saw her beloved Charles, and now that she's left the war-torn Boston with Charlotte, her and Charles' little girl, she is weary and apprehensive about meeting this formidable family. The uncertainty of their future is weighing heavily on her shoulders, but she is determined to make their acquaintance and introduce them to Charlotte.As she nears the home of the family, her stage coach is stopped by vicious band of highwaymen.Gareth de Monteforte is on his way home from yet another night of debauchery and while racing his friends, he comes upon the grisly scene, and it never occurs to him to abandon it, but comes to the rescue of the travelers, especially when he witnesses the heroic stance of Juliet.There's so much to recommend this story, but what I liked the best was the family dynamic between all the brothers and their little sister. The story doesn't falter in pace and for the most part is humorous, with some tender moments, especially the romantic ones between Juliet and Gareth. The sensuality of their first union is really touching and hot at the same time. Most of the story is predictable, yet I still found it interesting and entertaining. My only complaint, if you can call it that since I thoroughly enjoyed the read, is that I wished the author made it longer, and with it delved more into the relationship of all the characters.All in all, very enjoyable if short read, with plenty of angst, humor and action. This one's a four quill and I'd say hot and sweet romance.Melanie for RCJR eZinemore
I scarfed these down like candy. Harmon's de Montforte brothers are each delicious, and every book is better than the last. Unfortunately, most are out of print, but if you see them in the used bookstore, definitely grab a copy.more

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THE WILD ONE opens the de Montforte series which is about four brothers and a sister.Gareth's story is filled with humor and heart break, but what I liked best was this heroin's story and the way she handled herself (although at times she did get my goat up!) despite the situations Gareth put her into.Gareth is the third son of a Duke, and current Duke's spare heir. He is not exactly a black sheep of the family, even though he is described as such, but a twenty-three year old scoundrel whose reputation is well-deserved. He is the leader of the Den of Debauchery, a group of lazy and mostly mischievous young-bloods of the county.Gareth's immaturity is evident to all and everyone is forgiving of it only because of his good heartedness and happy disposition to every situation he finds himself in, from an midnight debauchery stunt gone awry to the accidental run in with the highwaymen in which he almost ends up killed. It was really hard not to like a man like that! Yes, his immaturity gets him in hot water with all and saundry, but deep down all this man needed was the right woman to give him love and support, and this is where our heroine comes in handy.Juliet Paige is in England for one reason only: to request help of Lucien, Duke of Blackheath who is the brother of her deceased fiancé, Charles de Monteforte. It has been more than a year since she last saw her beloved Charles, and now that she's left the war-torn Boston with Charlotte, her and Charles' little girl, she is weary and apprehensive about meeting this formidable family. The uncertainty of their future is weighing heavily on her shoulders, but she is determined to make their acquaintance and introduce them to Charlotte.As she nears the home of the family, her stage coach is stopped by vicious band of highwaymen.Gareth de Monteforte is on his way home from yet another night of debauchery and while racing his friends, he comes upon the grisly scene, and it never occurs to him to abandon it, but comes to the rescue of the travelers, especially when he witnesses the heroic stance of Juliet.There's so much to recommend this story, but what I liked the best was the family dynamic between all the brothers and their little sister. The story doesn't falter in pace and for the most part is humorous, with some tender moments, especially the romantic ones between Juliet and Gareth. The sensuality of their first union is really touching and hot at the same time. Most of the story is predictable, yet I still found it interesting and entertaining. My only complaint, if you can call it that since I thoroughly enjoyed the read, is that I wished the author made it longer, and with it delved more into the relationship of all the characters.All in all, very enjoyable if short read, with plenty of angst, humor and action. This one's a four quill and I'd say hot and sweet romance.Melanie for RCJR eZinemore
I scarfed these down like candy. Harmon's de Montforte brothers are each delicious, and every book is better than the last. Unfortunately, most are out of print, but if you see them in the used bookstore, definitely grab a copy.more
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