"Trick" blurs the lines between what Cami wants and what is expected of her - and he just happens to be so sexy she can’t keep her hands off him. While they both know that Trick will lose his much-needed job on the ranch if anyone finds out, they can’t resist the lure of their scorchingly hot encounters.
But when Trick stumbles upon a note from his father, it triggers a series of revelations that could ruin what he and Cami have worked so hard to overcome. It turns out there’s more to Trick’s presence at the ranch than either of them knew, and secrets with the power to tear them apart.…
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By Katheryne on 27-03-13
It's just like chocolate
It has no nutritional value whatsoever but it’s oh so sweet and satisfying.
If you enjoy a simple and sweet romance book then this one is for you. I enjoyed the buildup between the two main characters and the overall story was a very easy listen. I wasn't sure if I’d like the dual narrators but it really worked nicely.
I thought this was a credit worthy listen, but for $7.34 why bother? Just buy the book.
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By Kristin on 11-03-13
Trick to the rescue!
Not knowing at the time of purchase, this book is about early 20 year olds still in and just out of college. The summary explains the plot pretty well. Patrick goes to work for Cami's dad who is a horse breeder and the romance begins. The story flowed so even though the characters were a little young for me, I tended to forget that and got involved in the story, which is a good thing. Although Cami was likable and her narrator, Amy McFadden, did an ok job...sorta...maybe not, it was Trick's character and his narrator that saved the book and lets face it, it is all about the guy/hero in romantic books. Trick was witty and had a great personality and the narrator, Nic Podehl, did a fantastic job bringing him to life and reading his part. Could use some work with his female voice but that was easy overlook as well. I would definitely get another book by M. Leighton.
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