Review: Gambling On Love by Sandi Hampton

Gambling On Love by Sandi Hampton
Release Date: February 6, 2012
Publisher:  The Wild Rose Press Inc.
Pages: 298
Source:  Publisher

In a desperate effort to save her grandfather’s riverboat, Angel Devereaux must accept an outrageous wager –or lose everything. When she loses the bet, she has no choice but to flee to her father. Evan Montgomery hates to be made a fool of, especially by a sassy, red-haired lady gambler, His wager may have been uncivilized–double the bet if she’ll spend one night in his bed–but the lady took off with more than just his pride. He follows her across dangerous territory, and their attraction to each other grows with every mile. Despite their passion, Evan carries a secret that could break Angel’s heart and cause him to lose her forever. Can he ever hope to win her heart– or will love be the one risk the lady gambler won’t take?

 

Review:  The story was on the edge of your seat good. Angle and Evan have like a cat and mouse chase. Angle always slips away and Even always finds her. One night Even arrives at Angels’ campsite and things start to change really a love-hate relationship. One night Evan drops the big secret he did not want Angel to find out but had to do… Angel felt betrayed and wanted to get as far away from him as possible. Now he has to figure out what to do to save himself and Angel.

It takes off from the very beginning and leaves me wanting to turn each page. Nice action type romance with just the right amount of heat to keep me wanting more. The characters banter is humorous at times and others I wanted to help them along. Evan is like any cowboy the alpha sexy male and Angel is more independent then most woman of the time period.

A sexy romantic read you will not want to put down.

 

 






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