Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott – Review by Shadel Ayerbe

Two Hearts, One Stone (Boots and Babies)Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Two Hearts, One Stone (Boots and Babies) by Leslie Scott is a romance story. This story takes a known player making him into a fantastic father figure and giving the most important responsibility a baby. What woman can deny helping a baby and getting to know the man taking that responsibility?

Stone Dempsey, a horse trainer, lives for the thrill of the ride—with both horses and women. He uses his equestrian skills to impress the country club set while raising funds for Smoky Mountain Reining Horses. He’s unexpectedly saddled with real responsibility when his drug-addicted sister leaves her sick baby on his doorstep. Dr. Emmersyn Cole’s dream of opening a practice in her favorite spot on the planet is coming true, and she isn’t going to let anything get in the way. She’s adamant about keeping her distance. Until he runs into her grandfather’s house, frightened and helpless, holding a feverish infant, and her heart’s hard shell starts to crack.

I loved every page of it. The love story was unique and drove me to finish the story as quickly as possible. It was like this book devoured me.

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