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Long Shot If you re going to bet a long shot you have to be prepared to lose Equine veterinarian Tory Greyson has always played the safe bet That is until she runs into a very cute opinionated jobless journ

If you re going to bet a long shot, you have to be prepared to lose.Equine veterinarian Tory Greyson has always played the safe bet That is, until she runs into a very cute, opinionated, jobless journalist The small town of Cherokee Falls is just a pit stop for Leah Montgomery while she figures out how to put her career back on track and deal with her grandmother s slideIf you re going to bet a long shot, you have to be prepared to lose.Equine veterinarian Tory Greyson has always played the safe bet That is, until she runs into a very cute, opinionated, jobless journalist The small town of Cherokee Falls is just a pit stop for Leah Montgomery while she figures out how to put her career back on track and deal with her grandmother s slide into dementia Tory is unable to resist when Leah talks her into putting money on a long shot at the track and then spending the winnings to buy a wild pony Will Tory take a chance on Leah, too Or will she stick with the safe bet and pursue Bridgette LeRoy, the calm, Zen centered artist who arrives to teach at the local college

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  1. D. Jackson Leigh says:
    D Jackson Leigh grew up barefoot and happy, swimming in farm ponds and riding rude ponies in rural south Georgia Her love of reading was nurtured early on by her grandmother, an English teacher who patiently taught her to work New York Times crossword puzzles in the daily paper, and by her mother who stretched the slim family budget to bring home grocery store copies of Trixie Belden mysteries and Bobbsey Twins adventures that Jackson would sit up all night reading.It was her passion for writing led her quite accidentally to a career in journalism and, ultimately, North Carolina where she lives with her small pack of three terror, uh, terriers.

Comment 922 on “Long Shot

  1. IndigoIris says:
    Really loved this story Some bits were predictable but it is, after all, a romance I really loved the sub plot story of the grandmother and her experience it added so much, giving the book a much deeper and robust storyline Will definitely read this one again

  2. Jae Jae says:
    This is D Jackson Leigh s second novel, and I could tell that she learned a lot from the first one and improved her writing skills.Long Shot is a solid read that starts with a fast paced, fun first chapter It does have a few inconsistencies and coincidences, but it s still an entertaining read for a few hours.

  3. Jenna says:
    Had not read Bareback prior to reading Longshot Capable of being a standalone book, although, I will go back and read the rest of the series Tory is a very interesting character and I feel sorry for her in parts of the story I also love the secondary romance.

  4. Lexxi Kitty says:
    This is unfortunate I thought I d written something for this one before now It s tougher to do so when days have gone by, 3 to be exact, and I m 52% into the third book in this series.I ll start with that, with that around series Skylar and Jessica are in this book as well, and in the third, but this is one of those switching the main characters type series Also tending to use some relatively minor character from the previous book as the star of the new Well, in this one the main character is To [...]

  5. qrbooks says:
    F F romanceHorses, very appealing and well developed butch vet, sexy sexThis is the author s second novel and is the sequel to Bareback In Bareback we re introduced to a community in Cherokee Falls, Virginia where horses have a starring role and one hot, womanizing butch horse trainer Skyler falls for her femme rider Jessica On the sidelines was the trainer s best friend and community horse vet Tory Greyson who didn t get the girl and didn t leave much of an impression.Not so in this sequel In t [...]

  6. Megan says:
    The story starts with a bang when Dr Tory Greyson, from Bareback, arrives at a farm to check on some horses and runs into Sniper Granny and her grandaughter, Leah A rather funny scene that includes emergency surgery to save a leperchaun The romance starts from there, with a number of complications thrown in including the fact that Leah is not intending on sticking around once she is able to settle her grandmother into a long term care home Tory is torn between the woman that she wants but can t [...]

  7. Martha says:
    I really like the series of Bareback, Longshot and Every Second Counts.Longshot is my favorite I like the good girl gets the girl as opposed to the bad girl always getting the girl I like that Tory does all the right things but still struggles to get what who she wants.I read a lot of romaances and can honestly say Longshot is in my top three fav s of all.The chracters are well developed and the sex is hot D Jackson Leigh did a great job of developing relationships and laying the foundation for [...]

  8. Tara says:
    I liked Bareback a little , but this was still great too As much as I enjoyed the three main characters and seeing who Tory fell in love with and how, I was just about brought to tears by the side story with Gram and Willie.


  9. Dawn Bellville says:
    This was a great read Loved the characters, twists of the plot, and the conflict I d definitely recommend it Great job, D.

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