Never bet more than you can afford to lose? Caroline Pruett should have heeded that advice, because once she lost her stake, there was no going back. Or was there? Desperation has clouded Caroline's judgment, because when she loses King, her Thoroughbred stallion, to Micah Sutton in a poker game, the first thing she does is steal him back. The adventure is not quite a succNever bet more than you can afford to lose? Caroline Pruett should have heeded that advice, because once she lost her stake, there was no going back. Or was there? Desperation has clouded Caroline's judgment, because when she loses King, her Thoroughbred stallion, to Micah Sutton in a poker game, the first thing she does is steal him back. The adventure is not quite a success, however, and after accidentally shooting Micah, Caroline and King are on the run. Micah is a hard man to kill. He's out to catch Caroline and retrieve his horse, but now there's another complication. Seems there's more than one horse thief in the Okanogan country and the girl isn't the only one after King. Who?d ever thought he?d have to team up with a wildcat...
|Title||:||The Winning Hand|
|Number of Pages||:||230 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Winning Hand Reviews
King, her prize stud, was Caroline's only remaining possession, the stakes were high and King was her last hope. She just knew she had The Winning Hand.Micah Sutton felt it, the Winning Hand in his grasp, but could he bluff his opponent? As the cards fell so did her heart, she had risked it all, now King was Micah's. She was not about to give up, King was hers and although she now was completely down and out on her luck, she was going to steal King back and ride like the wind. As her conquest began not only was she up against Micah, but they both were up against evil coming after them. Their only hope was to try and out smart their adversaries. CK Crigger's The Winning Hand was a fast paced gritty Western that stole my heart. Loved the story line with its plot and intriguing adventure. Caroline, Micah, & King really kept me on the edge of my seat, I found myself rooting that everything would work out for these three and they would find a happy ending.
Very enjoyable book. I really enjoy this authors style of writing. She adds something to the story that makes grab you. I could almost imagine being there while the events took place. I highly recommend this book.I was supplied a complimentary copy of this book for an honest review.
Took three tries to finish this book.This is a very confusing read with parts that say huh. It is somewhat difficult to keep focused on the story. Not one of the best by this author compared to other books.
I like that this is a western written by a woman. It still has all the great "lone prairie" elements, and shoot outs, but also has a woman's perspective added, too. It was compelling reading.