When it came to women and commitments, Trey Walker believed he was cursed. Then, Maddie Brooks enters the picture. She was wholesome and sweet. But he was afraid he would break her heart like every other woman in his past. So, he holds back
When Maddie’s clinic and apartment is burned down, Trey offers her a room at 2 Hope Ranch and the use of his barn for her veterinarian practice. Maddie has a thing for Trey from the start, but Trey doesn’t seem to show any interest in her. While living at the ranch, Maddie starts working with Trey’s wild stallion Storm. Storm is just like Trey, or so Maddie thought. At least she was able to calm and settle down Storm. Trey was another story that Maddie was still trying to figure out. Will Trey ever be able to get past his so-called curse and find a way to love Maddie?
If you love cowboys, small towns and animals, you will really enjoy this book. The chemistry between the lead characters is off the chart. I got caught up in this book really quick and had a hard time putting it down. This is the first in a new series and I anxious to read the next book already.
Taming The Texas Cowboy pits solid, dependable veterinarian Maddie Brooks against Trey Walker, a cowboy with no faith in his ability to commit to a long term relationship. The story is set on Trey's Texas ranch, where Maddie is renting a room and running her vet business after her home and office were destroyed in a fire. Two horses, a feisty stallion named Storm and a gentle mare named Julip also feature strongly in the story. Charlene Sands has drawn a nice parallel between the developing human relationship and the interaction between the two horses, though I did want to hit Trey over the head for his stupid beliefs. This is a good story and while at times I felt the pace could have been faster I enjoyed it.