The Express Rider's Lady by Stacy Henrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
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I thought this was a charming western romance. Delsie is determined to get to her sister's wedding, only problem is she's in California and only has two weeks to get there. With little options for her, she decides the best way to get there is higher and Express Rider and ride like the wind!
Myles Patton has been burned by women before and when Delsie shows up pleading for an escort to California, he doesn't want anything to do with her. When she offers him an outrageous some of money to get her there he simply can't refuse. Thinking she'll bail out after one day, he is surprised when she takes on challenges head-on and never gives up. Slowly his apprehension turns to admiration. I really enjoyed Delsie and Myles, I love a relationship that develops naturally and isn't instalove. They have to learn to trust one another and through their experiences they really become to depend on one another. It's really a sweet romance.
I also enjoyed the setting and learning more about express riders. Overall, I thought this was a fun read. The story was well developed and paced well. The characters were likable and easy to root for, a nice sweet romance and easy to recommend.
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