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Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott – Review by Heather Bass

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

This is the first book that I have read by this author and now she has a new fan. I love a good cowboy romance but this author exceeded all my expectations. These characters hooked me into their story right from the beginning. I could not put this book down until the end. It only took me a few hours to devour this amazing story. I can’t wait to see what this author will write next.

Stone Dempsey is your typical cowboy that can have any girl he wants. He loves training horses. Stone meets the beautiful Emmy Cole. She is not like all the other ladies at all. Emmy is a pediatrician and she loves her job and she knows a playboy when she sees one. When Stone’s sister drops off a sick baby he has to learn how to be an adult really fast. He also can’t get the beautiful doctor out of his mind but is there something more? Will Stone be able to get the girl and be a good parent to his niece or will it be all too much for this cowboy?

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Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott – Review by Lorralei Hoerner

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

This book is truly a feel good story. The chemistry between Stone and Emmy was sweet with a little bit of hotness all wrapped into one. I loved how baby Maddie comes into the picture and changes everything. This book is a great short read and looking forward to more books from Author Leslie Scott! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

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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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Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott – Review by Lisa Helmick

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

I really really enjoyed this little story! It has all the feel good moments that make me smile while reading. I couldn’t stop laughing at Tara and Naomi! Those two cracked me up. While I liked Emmersyn(great name Btw) I really loved watching Stone evolve. We see him at his worst and frazzled and then he moves on to his best. I love love love that Stone knew and admitted what he wanted from Emmy. Nothing is sexier than a man who knows what he wants and goes after it. Relationship aside he really became a stand-up guy and I loved all his little ah-ha moments.

Overall this is a story to be enjoyed over and over. It’s a quick read for those times when I just want a little something but fulfilling in all the right places. I highly recommend this!

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Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott – Review by Kelli Harper

Two Hearts, One Stone (Boots and Babies)Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Book Review: Two Hearts, One Stone (Boots and Babies)
Author: Leslie Scott
Four Stars
In Two Hearts, One Stone we meet Stone Dempsey, a playboy horse trainer and also Emmy Cole, a pediatrician who recently moved back to town to start her own practice.
Emmy is off limits as she is the ranch owners granddaughter and well, thats just not done. But when Stones sister drops in for a quick visit and leaves her infant daughter when Stone isn’t paying attention, Stone runs to Emmy for help with the sick child.
This is a real quick, engaging read and it will keep you wanting more.
KLH

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Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott – Review by Angelina Frazzini

Two Hearts, One Stone (Boots and Babies)Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Two Hearts One Stone by Leslie Scott is book one of the Boots and Babies series.

Stone and Emmersyn don’t exactly get off on the best foot. Stone doesn’t really do commitment which Emmersyn finds out right from the get go. Emmersyn has one goal and she won’t be sidetracked even for Stone that is until he needs her help and she sees a different side to him. Will Emmersyn be able to look passed Stone’s past with woman or will she constantly wait for the other shoe to drop? Will Stone be able to convince her to take a chance?

I really enjoyed this book. I devoured it! Stone is more than meets the eye. Emmersyn is cautious but she’s sassy which made reading fun! I highly recommend!

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Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott – Review by Jennifer Gordon

Two Hearts, One Stone (Boots and Babies)Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I thoroughly enjoyed this heartwarming romance and although it is a fairly quick read the storyline was packed full of drama and romance. Horse trainer Stone Dempsey has a reputation as being a ladies man and his equine talents both help him impress the people at the country club and help him earn money for ‘Smoky Mountain Reining Horses’. Stone’s life becomes complicated when his drug addict sister leaves her sick baby daughter on his doorstep. Meanwhile Paediatrician Dr. Emmersyn Cole has moved in with her grandfather and has started her own practice. She is well aware of Stone’s reputation and although she was instantly attracted to him when they met she is determined to not get involved. However, when he rushes into her grandfather’s home with his sick baby niece Emmy can’t help but feel for him. The more time the couple spend together the more Stone realises that Emmy is the woman for him and Emmy starts to see a different side to Stone, one that she likes. I loved the two main characters as both Stone and Emmersyn were likeable and relatable people and the chemistry between them really came across in the narrative. I liked how their relationship developed despite the numerous misunderstandings, complications and drama that occurred in the story. I was hooked from start to finish and was cheering Stone and Emmy on hoping they would get their happy ever after. An enjoyable and engaging short read.

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Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott – Review by Emma Clawson

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

Horse trainer Stone Dempsey’s life is all about the ride. Dr. Emmersyn Cole’s goal of starting a practice is finally coming true. But what happens when a baby is thrown in the mix? Leslie Scott is a wonderful author.  This novella is a quick read but it is packed full-on with emotions.

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Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott – Review by Lianne Probert

Two Hearts, One Stone (Boots and Babies)Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Two Hearts, One Stone is part of the Boots and Babies series by Leslie Scott.

Stone Dempsey has a bit of a reputation as a ladies man. He works hard as a horse trainer and likes to play hard too. That all has to change when his niece is left on his doorstep and he is suddenly left holding the baby.
Emmy has her doubts when she hears about Stone’s predicament. She knows his reputation and doesn’t know if he’s up for this commitment.

I really enjoyed this book. It was a quick read but managed to pack a whole lot of action in. The chemistry between Stone and Emmy is there by the bucketload, and I loved that both of the main characters were strong, feisty, and full of passion. This story moves at a quick pace, and it’s a very easy read. This is my first book by this author, but I will definitely look out for more in the future.

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Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott – Review by Rosanna Ingram

Two Hearts, One Stone (Boots and Babies)Two Hearts, One Stone by Leslie Scott
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book was a quick read…but it was a good story.
Stone is a horse trainer with a bit of womanizing past. But his world is turned upside down by his sister and now he will have to figure out what is really important in his life.
Emmy has recently moved back to her hometown to open up her own practice. She has seen Stone (and likes what she sees), but she is focused on her business. When she finds Stone’s at her grandfather’s, she may have a change one her outlook as to what is important in life.
This fast read packs quite a story. I loved both of the characters. There was enough depth to keep me engaged…and enough drama to keep me turning the pages. There are ups and downs…but the story is quite good. I don’t want to give anything away…so go read it!

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