Roping the Wind

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Ebury Publishing, Apr 27, 2010 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Barely thirty and already washed up, rodeo cowboy Jay Turner has nothing to show for his twelve-year career except a few gold buckles and a busted-up knee. The very last thing he needs is career advice from his orthopedic surgeon, a chilly woman who has obviously never been thrown off a bucking bronco. Instead, Jay decides to lasso the beautiful lady doc with an intimate proposition.

Dr. Helen Kinsale's own fast-track career is hanging by a thread as past mistakes and her ex-husband threaten her professional reputation. When Jay offers a no-holds-barred affair, she eagerly accepts the carnal escape from her narrow little world. But the affair quickly turns into something else as they discover a dark sexual compatibility that leads them into new erotic situations and extreme sensations.

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User Review  - SaraAnn05 - LibraryThing

This is billed as Book 2 of the Turner Brother series, in my review of Book 1 "Where have all the cowboys gone" I've highlighted that there are some continuity problems, which probably makes it better ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Kate Pearce is a new but fast rising voice in US romantic fiction, cutting her teeth with the successful Ellora's Cave and now graduating to Cheek and Black Lace. Kate Pearce was born in England. She relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area in the late 1990's. And now writes erotic romance in a variety of sub-genres for Virgin and Ellora's Cave. In her spare moments, she enjoys riding western style in the state parks of northern California.

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