Rancher and Protector

Amber Brooks took the job at Camp Cowboy to find a way to reach her special needs nephew not to go gaga over the best looking guy she s ever laid eyes on True, Colt Sheridan can teach her a thing or two about horses, but Amber knows better than to trust anyone with her secret And yetjust what is it about cowboys Going undercover at the camp is Colt s way of findingAmber Brooks took the job at Camp Cowboy to find a way to reach her special needs nephew not to go gaga over the best looking guy she s ever laid eyes on True, Colt Sheridan can teach her a thing or two about horses, but Amber knows better than to trust anyone with her secret And yetjust what is it about cowboys Going undercover at the camp is Colt s way of finding out where Aunt Amber has hidden his buddy s little boy In exchange, his friend s promised him a prize winning horse And what this rodeo rider really wants is a shot at the national championship Unfortunately, what he s got is a crush on the softhearted equine intern But if Amber is such a good person, how can she keep a man from his own son
Rancher and Protector Amber Brooks took the job at Camp Cowboy to find a way to reach her special needs nephew not to go gaga over the best looking guy she s ever laid eyes on True Colt Sheridan can teach her a thing or t

  • Title: Rancher and Protector
  • Author: Pamela Britton
  • ISBN: 9780373753772
  • Page: 205
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Rancher and Protector”

    1. The hero Colt arrives at a children's therapeutic ranch to help out with the horses, however he is really there to find out where one of his friend's son is. The heroine Amber is the guardian of the little boy and she is working as a therapist at the ranch, so Colt plans to get to know her then hopefully get her to open up to him. Amber is desperate to try anything to help her severely autistic nephew, both with the therapy through the ranch program as well as keeping him away from his imprisone [...]

    2. It's my year of romance novels and I'm sampling different imprints. This book is my first American Romance. Enjoyed it enough to pick up another one sometime, but I won't be rushing out. Our heroine, Amber, is a speech therapist who's caring for her autistic nephew while his father is in jail for involuntary manslaughter. She enrolls him at a camp for special needs kids that engages in hippotherapy (therapy with horses). For reasons that aren't entirely clear, she hides her relationship with her [...]

    3. Miniseries: American Romance's Men of the West"A wonderful, emotional, and heartwarming book. I especially the part where Amber gets acquainted with horses. I loved Camp Cowboy and what it was all about. The book is about horses, dogs, especially Mac and the power they have with special-needs children." From a review posted by an Harlequin member. To read more, go here.

    4. Not as good as I was hoping - the one-dimensional characters marred the read for me. The hero was also not emotionally as strong as I expected, considering the title of the book.Full review soon at mangamaniaccafe

    5. This was a great book, I am kinda partical to Pamala Britton's books. But what really touched me about this book was how the main character delt with a child with special needs. I could identify with the character so much having a special needs child. Ms. Britton has wrote yet another great book.

    6. A very entertaining and informative story. Enjoyed it immensely. I will definitely be reading more books by this author.

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