Review for Vanessa Vale's A Wild Woman
A Wild Woman: Mail Order Bride of Slate Springs by Vanessa Vale
Date of Publication: January 9, 2017
With five overbearing brothers, Piper Dare heads West in order to forge her own life. Her trip takes an unexpected turn when she fills in as a mail order bride for a woman she meets on the stage.
Lane Haskins and Spur Drews are stunned by their new bride. A gun toting, foul language spewing redhead is not what they expected. But they don't mind the little wildcat. In fact, they love her instantly.
But their match takes a decided turn and their love—and devotion—is put to a very powerful test.
About Vanessa Vale
Who doesn't love the romance of the old West? USA Today Bestselling author Vanessa Vale takes the sensual appeal of rugged cowboys a step further with her bestselling books set in the Montana Territory. They are much more than just sexy historical westerns. They're deliciously naughty reads that sometimes push the boundaries of fantasy. It's pure escapism with quite a few very hot, very alpha cowboys.
When she's not writing, Vanessa savors the insanity of raising two boys, is figuring out how many meals she can make with a pressure cooker, and teaches a pretty mean karate class. She considers herself to be remarkably normal, exceedingly introverted and fairly vanilla, which does not explain her steamy stories and her fascination with cowboys, preferably more than one at a time.
She lives in the Wild Wild West where there's an endless source of 'research' material.