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  • Summer Drifter

  • By: RJ Scott
  • Narrated by: Sean Crisden
  • Length: 7 hrs and 11 mins
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Summer Drifter

By: RJ Scott
Narrated by: Sean Crisden
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Summary

One man craves family, the other isolation; neither of them was searching for love.

Experienced and much-in-demand horse trainer Levi doesn't need or want people. With his horse and dog at his side, he lives out of his trailer and trains horses in the summer to earn just enough to head south for winter. Everything in his easy-going life is on track until he knocks over Quinn, a pink-haired stranger who pirouettes in front of his truck, sits in his lap, and calls him cowboy with the sexiest voice he's ever heard. Anger turns to frustration, lust turns to love, and by the end of the summer, Levi doesn't know which way to turn.

Quinn loses everything when the cops find his brother's body on the remains of a compound that belonged to a cult. Damaged and vulnerable, Max had been the only safe place for Quinn in his otherwise cold family, but finding out that Max might have had a son sends Quinn to Wyoming and the Lennox Ranch. When he's knocked to the ground on day one at the ranch, he wonders if maybe he should have thought things through better. He never meant to fall for the closed-off cowboy, but somehow Levi steals his heart and Quinn falls in love.

Contains mature themes.

©2021 RJ Scott (P)2022 Tantor

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Making life difficult

Quin seems to decide that making it simple turns out to be more difficult with each step and almost losing the love of his life, some very funny moments which will make you smile.

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  • Aethena Drake
  • 06-10-22

Good story. Good narration.

This story builds a little on the previous book, but it can be read as a standalone. The romance was a nice balance of steamy and "getting to know you". The romantic tension in the story was nicely built. I didn't quite buy into Quin's need to keep secrets, but that might just be my personal preference for being straightforward. I was also puzzled about some characters in the first book who didn't show in this one. I feel like I missed something.

Overall an entertaining read with a well performed narration.

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  • Alan Roach
  • 02-09-22

The same, but different

This story follows a pattern many of these romances share. But these characters are so loveable. This is the second book I’ve read in this series, book 1 and 2, and I’ve loved them both, straight to the heart.