Under His Hands (Book #1 – The Hot & Spicy West)

Under His Hands (Book #1 – The Hot & Spicy West)

Under His Hands (Book #1 - The Hot & Spicy West)

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Hannah O’Rourke is the owner of the Circle B, one of the largest cattle ranches in the territory. She inherits the ranch after her husband dies in the bed of a whore.

Lucas Chase is the Circle B’s tough, rugged foreman who’s as skilled at pulling cows out of quagmires as he is at tying Han

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Nothing But Trouble: a western romance novel

Nothing But Trouble: a western romance novel

Contemporary Western Romance Novel … from USA Today Bestselling Author Lisa Mondello

What’s a girl to do all alone with a rodeo cowboy for 1 month in the Wyoming wilderness?

Melanie Summers has something to prove! Being a zoologist is her dream and the only thing standing in the way of her going on an African expedition is her father and his fear.

So she strikes a deal. She has to spend a full month in the Wyoming wilderness and show her father she can handle

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6 thoughts on “Under His Hands (Book #1 – The Hot & Spicy West)

  1. J. W. Mann
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Incomplete, March 24, 2013
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    This review is from: Under His Hands (Book #1 – The Hot & Spicy West) (Kindle Edition)
    My reading of this one is incomplete. Started it but did not read very far because the story did not grab me and the plot seemed designed primarily to connect the sex scenes. That’s ok if you are looking primarily for descriptions of sex, but no so ok if you are seeking a good story.

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  2. Donna feibusch
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Awesome Read!, September 4, 2013
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    I really enjoyed reading this story about Hannah O’Rourke & Lucas Chase who have a very special relationship. Hannah is the sole owner of the Circle C Ranch since her husband Broden died of a heart attack in the brothel in town. She’s running the ranch and is out in the field with the cattle and her young cow hands when a twister sets down. The dirt is blowing the cattle are running and the cow hands don’t know what to do, she riding her horse right along with the cow hands trying to get the cattle to scatter and get away from the funnel. When riding like the devil a big burly guy comes riding up and gets her the cow hands and the cattle to safety, and then the twister moved on. The big burly guy is Luke, and she hired him on the spot to be her Forman. Read this book because it will make you laugh, cry and cum a whole lot!

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  3. Tantegloryglo "music lover"
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Hot and Steamy Western, July 23, 2013
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    Tantegloryglo “music lover” (Los Angeles,Ca) –

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    This review is from: Under His Hands (Book #1 – The Hot & Spicy West) (Kindle Edition)
    I really love the genre of the erotic western.This was very explicit with the sex and was so well done that the heroine’s sexual tastes were not off putting.(I personally am not fond of reading about pain or bondage sex). In this case however,I found it not to be offensive. Having said that here’s how I rate it:
    Five Stars for plot:
    What could be more interesting that a young widowed ranch owner having a once a month affair with her foreman? Especially when she claims to be only interested in sex but he wants marriage.
    Five Stars for characters:
    Hannah O’Rouke the widowed ranch owner knows what she wants from her partner and isn’t afraid to ask for it. You know all along that she is going to get over the trauma of her previous marriage and accept her lover as a husband.
    Lucas Chase the ranch foreman who willingly provides his boss with the kind of sex she craves but in his heart he truly loves her. He is the quintessential alpha male cowboy lovingly protective of his woman.
    Five stars for the sex:
    Well done and really hot
    Five stars for overall writing. It really held your interest.
    Only complaint: Too short. But then sometimes short sweet and to the point is alright.

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  4. Laura
    59 of 63 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Too hard to get through, February 7, 2012
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    Laura (Houston, TX United States) –

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    This review is from: Nothing But Trouble: a western romance novel (Kindle Edition)
    The main female character in the story, Melanie, is not even a likable character. She constantly says how responsible she is, but instead she’s irresponsible. She and the lead male character, Stoney, spend 4 days together barely talking, and then all of a sudden they’re in love! She wants to go to Africa to study animals so she has to prove to her father that she can handle her diabetes, otherwise her father will cut funding for the trip. She’s an adult, but she doesn’t act like one. She takes off to prove she can stay a month in the wilderness without problems. Of course, she can’t. Then she has to “face her father.” Why doesn’t she grow up and go out on her own? Right after meeting Stoney she tells him what he should do with his ranch! And she keeps pushing him to do what she thinks he should do even though it’s not her place. Plus, apparently he was too dumb to think of that solution.

    The misspellings, wrong words used, the wrong tense of a word and all the errors were very distracting and pulled me right out of the story each time I came to one. Some of the errors were: peace instead of piece, bottle lip instead of bottom lip, use to-the proper phrase is used to, weary instead of leery or wary, sentences like “When you let go of the strap go, your heel a nudge into your mounts ribs and…you’re riding” and “The air around them broke into giddy excitement..”. There were an enormous amount of errors like this-way too many.

    The pat rescue and job offer were too much. The bits thrown in about using glycerin soap because it was gentle and not putting the tent on the actual grass were ridiculous. It just seemed thrown in the story and it served no purpose.

    I can’t recommend this because I felt like there were errors on about every other page. It made it too hard to get through. I did finish the book and I was so glad when I finally reached the end and could be done. This needs a major rewrite.

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  5. RJ Parker - True Crime Author
    17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    EVEN GUYS LIKE ROMANCE NOVELS, February 2, 2012
    This review is from: Nothing But Trouble: a western romance novel (Kindle Edition)
    NOTHING BUT TROUBLE is an excellent story about a young woman and Zoologist who wants to go on an African expedition to see animals in the natural habitat. Her father will pay for the trip provided she can pass his test: to survive one month in the wilderness. Melanie hires rancher/rodeo hero Stoney Buxton to be her guide. They are truly both opposite people coming from different walks of life; his being rugged and outgoing, hers being sheltered and rich. They encounter various problems in the wilderness especially when Melanie loses her insulin (she’s a type 1 diabetic). This book is packed with suspense and romance…and lots of sex. Well written and I enjoyed it.

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  6. Jutzie
    23 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Cowboy & the Debutante, September 27, 2011
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    Jutzie (Surprise, AZ) –

    This review is from: Nothing But Trouble: a western romance novel (Kindle Edition)
    Stoney Buxton had been a bull rider in the rodeo until a year ago. Their barn burned down and a beam caught his dad and took away his ability to walk, so Stoney came home to the ranch, where he belonged. They were struggling because of extra land they bought and the medical bills. So when Melanie Summers showed up offering to pay him to be her guide in the mountains, his folks thought it was a good idea. He did not. He was thinking hitting a few of the big rodeo’s would help. This fancy city girl with her beauty looked like nothing but trouble to Stoney.

    Melanie Summers had an agenda. She was a zoologist and wanted to go to Kenya to observe the animals in their natural habitat. Then she found out her dad was funding the project and would pull his money if she went. Thus the deal; if she could survive one month in the Wyoming wild he would let her go. Of course she new he would pay off anyone who would take her, so they wouldn’t. But she found Stoney and new he could not be bought, it seemed not even by her. She would not let him know her secret though, she was diabetic and her parents pampered her and kept her as caged as the wild animals at the zoo. Melanie wanted her freedom more than anything and this was her only chance and Stoney was the person to help her.

    Stoney does give in and struggles every time he looks at Melanie. He wants to hold her and kiss her and…. he knows a city gal like her would never be happy with him, a rancher trying to make ends meet. When Melanie loses her pack with her insulin and tells Stoney, they must race to save her life, and Stoney sees how much he don’t want to lose this woman. When he starts trying to protect, she sees him acting in the same way as her parents, the very thing she was trying to escape. Can Stoney love Melanie enough to let go and allow her the freedom she needs or is their love going to stay locked up?

    **Sexual situations

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