Summary

When Sheriff Sky Hayden gets word of human remains behind the Indigo Diamond Ranch, he not only has to deal with the possibility of a murderer in their small town, but is haunted by a handsome cowboy - one he can't seem to get out of his mind.
Cole Diamond, his father, and his two brothers work a horse ranch in a dying town in Montana. The downturn in the economy, the businesses leaving, has decimated the remaining town's folk, and the last thing they need for their livelihood is the publicity of a murder.
With everyone under suspicion, Sky has to bear the brunt of the investigation as the state patrol begins to dig deep into the lives of the people who have lived quietly off the radar. And Sky and Cole are forced to face each other, something they had managed to avoid doing for years.
As the pressure builds and accusations are made, Sky and Cole end up together once more, forming a united front against outsiders trying to destroy their small hometown. But soon the men realize the suspicion falls on them, but not for homicide...for something that is perceived as a worse crime.
"Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy" was just a silly expression to sell on souvenir T-shirts...until the sheriff figures out "riding a cowboy" may be just what he needs to keep sane. Someone is going to get strung up in that town for crimes they didn't commit. The two men hope like hell it's not going to be them.
©2014 The G.A. Hauser Collection, LLC (P)2015 The G.A. Hauser Collection, LLC
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5 out of 5 stars
By Cat on 15-09-18

Save a Horse! Such a cute title!

This is an audio review.
I love this cover! I have from the day I saw it all those years ago and yes this is also a retro review as this is not a new book but one I highly suggest anyone that likes a sexy suspense, cowboys and small-town sheriffs grab.
Sky is a small town sheriff. Cole is the son of the owner of the Diamond Ranch a failing ranch in their small town that has tours and horse riding classes and is struggling. Sky gets a call that bones have been found o the edge of the Diamond ranch and soon it is discovered it is the remains of a human girl missing form Billings.
Sky seeing Cole again brings back lots of feelings since both men have had feelings since high school and neither have really been dating much.
The murder brings the state police into town and the digging brings up more than just who killed the girl.
I loved both Sky and Cole and even all the other characters were fabulous too. The suspense is great and the stolen times between Sky and Cole super hot.
Now bring in the narration of Nick J Russo and an already great story just gets better. Russo adds that nuance to the narration only he can. and be careful listening to this in public... Nick's sexy times can make you sweat. He doesn't just read it, baby, his moans and groans are x rated!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Lulu Miami on 10-04-18

small town blues

I liked the book well enough. It was a whodunit which is my favorite. There were some weak point that might be spoilers. And towards the end it was huh how?

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