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Lost Rider: Coming Home Book 1 by [Sloan, Harper]
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Lost Rider: Coming Home Book 1 Kindle Edition

4.1 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in Coming Home (3 Book Series)

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Book Description

The first book in the passionate Coming Home western romance series.

About the Author

Harper Sloan is the New York Times bestselling author of the Corps Security and Hope Town series. She started using writing as a way to unwind when the house went to sleep at night. Harper lives in Georgia with her family.

Visit her at AuthorHarperSloan.com, on Facebook /HarperSloanBooks or on Twitter @HarperSloan.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1885 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Headline Eternal (25 April 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01NAIA24F
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,636 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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My princess always wears boots

Lost rider is book one of the new series by Harper Sloan, having read all Harpers previous books I eagerly one clicked and got ready for a new ride.

A story of second chances,regrets and starting a new.

About the plot;
Maverick left his town 10 years ago escaping an abusive father to make it big on the riding circuit, he left his brother and sister and the girl who had the power to make him stay if he had let something develop between them.

10 years later Maverick returns home for his father's funeral.

Leighton is the best friend of Quinn Mavericks sister and has always been in their lives, Leighton has always loved Maverick and as she got older had dreams of being his girl but he left suddenly squashing those dreams and Leighton's heart never did piece back together.

She was my compass when I was lost. She was the pull I always felt to come home but never had the balls to try, knowing that it might be to late. She was my biggest regret, but will always be my biggest accomplishment- God willing.

I love a story with a hot cowboy this wasn't as hot as I would of liked though, Maverick wasn't the kind of alpha character I like, I thought he was going to be when he rolled into the town with attitude but as the story progresses the softer side to Maverick was more on show.

Very little drama or angst in Lost Rider I would call it an ideal Sunday read.

Lost rider is a sweet heartwarming story totally different to any previous series of Harper Sloan. Lost Rider hasn't topped any previous series for me and i've read them all but I will have to read on in the series maybe a Alpha cowboy will come along and turn me ;-)

*side note *Many editing errors, gaps in between words etc I was surprised about this from this author. If you're not a perfectionist with such things and focus more on the plot, saddle up
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I've been a massive Harper Sloan fan since the Corps series. So this is something a bit different and I liked it just as much.

Lost Rider is about the lost rider Maverick Austin Davis, after being told his rodeo career is over he's forced home to a place he escaped ten years ago.

His return is fraught with the pain, troubles and emotions of the reasons he left, but one thing above all, apart from his brother and sister, was Leighton Elizabeth James that he left behind.

Leighton has been in love with Maverick since she can remember but he completely broke her heart before he left. So with his return Leighton is no longer the little girl he left behind,she's a beautiful strong woman and won't stand for Maverick breaking her heart a second time.

I loved Leighton even with her insecurities she was the powerful one of this relationship, while I'm used to over the top alpha from Ms. Sloan Maverick wasn't so, he was alpha, but different and refreshing, he had many side's which was understandable from the hurt of his past.

This is Maverick's second chance at happiness with his family, but more importantly with Leighton, the woman who is has had his heart just as long as she's loved him. Let's just say Maverick and Leighton are so perfect for each and once Maverick finally realised she was his everything, he just has to make her realise her Lost Rider is her happy ever after.

I do love these cowboy romances and this one definitely didn't disappoint. So saddle up for an emotional ride.
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I liked this second chance romance but I didn't love it which was disappointing because I started off with high hopes and I should say right here and now that the beginning of book was absolutely awesome. A hero named Maverick and songs by Chris Stapleton to set the scene and sign me up, I'm in.

The synopsis was most alluring - hot brooding Rodeo champion , Maverick, returns out of necessity to his childhood home and the girl he left behind. Leighton has soldiered on with her life in his absence but her heart has always belonged to this cowboy.

It has all the Harper Sloan hallmarks of a cracking novel - passionate love and family dynamics but something didn't quite enthral me as it has with her other books and I think it was too much inner monologue. I'm not a big fan of inner monologues ,although at times they definitely serve their purpose. It felt like the middle of the book was all taking place in the H/h's heads. However, if you are a fan of inner monologues then you will be in kindle nirvana!

The secondary characters were engaging - I will definitely be reading Quin's story next. I liked Clay very much. Also, there were a couple of twists in the story I hadn't anticipated which were surprising and tugged at my heartstrings.

HEA? Yes
Cheating? No
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I've read a few of Harper Sloan books but I could not get into this book. The main characters were alright but frankly quite boring and dramatic. So Leighton had a crush on Maverick all her life that she thought was not reciprocated and he left town to pursue his Rodeo career after hurting with harsh parting words. Then his Dad dies and he comes home and they reunite but the whole story is of her constantly going on about her hurt when she was 16. Way too dramatic about something that was quite frankly minuscule and could have been resolved in one page was dragged on and on. Don't get me wrong it wasn't an awful story but just way too dramatic about a situation most 16yr old would move on from after a week of drama.
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