The Wrangler by Pamela Britton

The Wrangler by Pamela Britton
Publisher: HQN
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (224 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

Time’s running out for Samantha Davies.

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How could Clint stop a firecracker like Samantha? So what if her eyes are as green as spring grass? Or that she sits a horse like a cowboy’s sweetest dream. Clint almost got his heart broken by one high-toned city girl. All he has to do is keep his hands and his heart to himself until this one goes back where she came from and leaves him—and the mustangs—alone.

She’s losing her sight and he wants to keep a precious view hidden. Things shouldn’t work for these two, but they somehow do.
I picked up this book because, well, I liked the guy on the cover. Then I read the blurb and decided this was something I needed to read. She’s losing her sight? He’s got land with wild Mustangs? Um, yes, I want to read this.

Pamela Britton does write a good story. It’s polished and flowed well for the most part. There were moments I thought were rather cliché, but it happens. The ending was a little too… fast? I don’t know. It was rather abrupt. Boom, done, kind of abrupt.

Still, Clint is a good character. He doesn’t want to admit he cares, but he does and he’s willing to go out of his way for her. I liked him. Sam had some issues I wasn’t thrilled about. She doesn’t want to be babied because of her condition, but she acts like it’s a big deal to hide it. It’s almost like she doesn’t give anyone time to process their reaction to it because she wants the situation to be normalized. Someone losing their sight is something you need time to process. The other thing that niggled me about this book was the loose ends. There were a couple story threads that just weren’t dealt with and it bugged me. I won’t give away spoilers, though.

The characters do have chemistry, so that’s good. I read this in the course of an afternoon and it was a good read. If you’re looking for something to pass the time, a beach read or something for a lazy afternoon, then this might be the one for you. Check it out.

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