Wild Heart
My True Heart Book One

Autumn Archer & Britney Bell

Genre:  #Romance #CityGirlCowboy

My Rating:  4

Cover:  5

Publication:  March 13th 2020

Read:  March 9th 2020  *Review copy provied by Love2ReadRomance

POV:  First-person dual perspectives

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He’s country… she’s city.
She’s Northern Irish glam… he’s Texan cowboy.

Summer Brady has partied hard for the last time. After countless warnings, her mother intervenes.
Learn a life lesson, Summer.
Get a job, Summer.
Earn your own money, Summer.
Survive in the middle of nowhere… Heartville, TX.
A tall, muscular, hot as hell rancher was not part of her mother’s plan, even if the handsome cowboy denies their electric connection.

Hayden Taylor is perfectly happy being single after his last failed relationship. Wild Heart Ranch needs all his attention, not the pretty Northern Irish woman his father hired to clean their house. She’s temptation wrapped up in tight jeans and a sexy accent. But she’s a temporary addition to the ranch, and his life. The clock is ticking until she flies back home.

Is home where the heart is…

Will an ocean keep them apart, or will true hearts win?

You will love this sexy romcom with plenty of steam because true hearts always find a way to be together.

Can be read as a standalone. No cliffhangers.

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My 📝Review📝:  🌟🌟🌟🌟

Wild Heart (My True Heart, #1)Wild Heart by Autumn Archer

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Hayden Taylor and Summer Brady…..

The first thing I need to express is my adoration for Hayden. Not only was he hard-working, sexy, intense and intimidating cowboy, Hayden was a gentleman. He was considerate and so sweet when it came to Summer.

The blurb for this book gives us a very good depiction of the premise. A city girl from Ireland, Summer, is sent to Texas to live with her mother‘s uncle for a couple of months. Her mother has gotten sick and tired of Summer always partying and being irresponsible. Summer is basically living a shallow, self-centered life and all she cares about is when and where the next party will be. Of course, she is not happy to be sent all the way to Texas from Ireland; it is a punishment she feels she does not deserve. I have to tell you after reading this book I completely agree with Summer’ mother. Summer did need this to find perspective and maybe learn to be a less self-centered and grow in maturity.

Hayden works hard for a living on his family’s ranch with his dad. It is a life he loves, a life that gives him satisfaction and contentment. I enjoyed the setting of the ranch and the dynamic between Hayden and his dad as well as the dynamic between Hayden and his friends. There was plenty of wit and banter between the characters in this book which brought more enjoyment to my reading. I have to say it again…I loved Hayden.

While some aspects of the story are predictable I still enjoyed it and I am looking forward to the next book in the series, which will feature one of Hayden‘s friends and I suspect Summer’s friend who comes to Texas for a visit.

The one small disappointment I had with this story is that I felt Summer was very immature. Even when her character developed into a better person I still felt like she was too young for Hayden. That could just be my feelings and you should read this story to decide that on your own. Also, In the beginning chapters Summer was hard to like. Besides her beauty, I couldn’t understand what Hayden saw in her. But as each day went on their relationship grew and developed into strong feelings for each other.

The authors did a good job with giving me an enjoyable story and a new book boyfriend. By the end of the book I grew to like Summer’s character and I was happy with the way things turned out. I am looking forward to the next book in the series.

This is my unbiased and honest review. Thank you for taking the time to read it.

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