Thursday, October 6, 2011

Review: Montana Wildfire by Rebecca Sinclair

Title: Montana Wildfire
Author: Rebecca Sinclair
Release date: June 9th 2011
Publisher: ePublishing Works
Available from: Amazon - Kindle edition
Amazon UK - Kindle edition
I received this book from the author.

After her father's sudden death, lovely Amanda Lennox had no money for the long trip from Boston to the ranch she'd inherited in faraway Seattle. When she sawa the advertisement for a "wilderness expert" to escort eleven-year-old Roger Bannister III to Montana, the adventure-loving beauty jumped at the chance, never guessing that she'd end up lost in the wilds of Idaho...with a twisted ankle. Then an arrogant halfbreed on a palomino stallion came to her rescue and comforted her with his healing touch. Amanda offered him a chaste kiss in gratitude, but the savage's sensuous gaze and rippling muscles aroused her maidenly passion. Tomorrow she'd be back in the saddle, but tonight she'd surrender to his fiery caresses and let him carry her over the threshhold of ecstasy, lost in his wild, rapturous embrace!

Rugged ranchhand Jacob Blackhawk Chandler knew from past experience that prissy white princesses meant trouble. He'd seen Amanda Lennox's type before-haughty and citified and utterly unequipped to survive in the wide open country. He couldn't just ride off and leave the lovely minx alone and hurt, but he sure wouldn't be taken in by that sweet come-hither smile! Then he lifted her from her horse, laid her on the soft ground to tend her swollen ankle, and felt a jolt of desire. Tomorrow he'd point her in the direction of Montana, but tonight he'd kiss that luscious body from head to toe, capture her heart in a storm of passionate caresses, and show the Boston belle a night of ecstasy she'd never matter what state she was in!

Montana Wildfire is a little slow to start off, but don't give up or you will be missing out on a great read. Jake and Amanda have serious chemistry right from the get go, but they spend most of the book dancing around each other. You can almost cut the air with the tension these two generate. I loved Amanda's spunk and stubborn streak, although it gets her into a bit of trouble. She's not afraid to stand up for herself and has a tendency to speak before she thinks. Jake is majorly swoon worthy. His character is a force to be reckoned with, but as much as he tries to hide it, you get to see his vulnerability and it adds to his appeal. He is sex on legs and Amanda has a hard time dealing with him. Montana Wildfire is such and apt name for this book as these two set the pages alight! I think my Kindle almost short circuited! The setting is a great backdrop and conjured images of the wild west for me. I'm not a huge fan of historical romances, but if there are more like this then I'll definitely be reading them! So if you are after a steamy, sexy read grab a copy of Montana Wildfire.


  1. This sounds great and that cover is just awesome! Thanks for a great review.

  2. I've been trying to post for the longest time, but the system keeps putting me into this endless loop of nothingness. Maybe it's the html I'm trying to use? I'll try again to post without it, see if that works. Just please know that I have been trying to say something!!

    ~ Rebecca Sinclair

  3. (ok, here's my last attempt. x key is crossed this works. thank heavens for copy & paste!)

    Thank you for the wonderful review, Jo Anne, I think I'll be smiling all weekend! If you gave me a ceiling, I'd probably dance on it. Any tabletop will do. :) I'm always so happy when someone appreciates Jake and Amanda's story, because at its core, it really deals with some tough issues, which is always tricky in a romance novel.

    Mary, thank you! Kim Killion over at Hot Damn did the cover for me. Isn't it great? And if you like this one, you should see the cover she came up with for California Caress (! Wow, is all I'll say! ;)

    Best always!
    ~ Reb Sinclair

  4. It was the crossing of the sacred X key that finally worked. ;)