Strong & Wilde: Part One (Sweet Western Cowboy Romance) - L.G. Castillo

Strong & Wilde: Part One (Sweet Western Cowboy Romance)

By L.G. Castillo

  • Release Date - Published: 2014-09-07
  • Book Genre: Western
  • Author: L.G. Castillo
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 37 Ratings)

Strong & Wilde: Part One (Sweet Western Cowboy Romance) L.G. Castillo read online review & book description:

A broken promise. An unbreakable love.

The hardest thing Cody Wilde ever had to do was keep the promise he made to his dying father--stay away from trouble. Growing up in a rural Texas town and being bullied by the sheriff's son made it nearly impossible to control the notorious Wilde temper. Only having his good friend, Cassie, and her family for support made the task bearable.

Cassie Strong never understood why people picked on Cody. He was sweet, gorgeous, and had a silly side that he showed only to her. When tragedy strikes her family, it's Cody who is by her side and their friendship blossoms into something more.

But when Cody's lifelong enemy threatens the one thing that could make him break his promise, will he risk losing Cassie or will he be strong enough to hold on to his father's last wish?  

NOTE: The story unfolds over three volumes.  

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  • Strong & Wilde

    By The_Libricubicularist
    I became a fan of L.G. Castillo after reading the Fallen Angel series, til this day remains one of my favorites. So I'm very excited about her new Strong & Wilde series, which spans over several years. In book 1, we learn the bittersweet story behind Cody & Cassie. Strong & Wilde (book 1) is an emotional roller coaster ride; starting with the downhearted story of Cody's childhood. As the years progress, the sadness turns to awe as Cody & Cassie's friendship forms. "When I turned the corner, I froze. I had expected to see Cody. There was no Cody. There was a Greek god running a water hose over his head in my backyard, shirtless, and wearing nothing but a pair of jeans that hung low on his well-defined hips." When their reunited in high school, their story has the reader sitting on the edge of their seat waiting for one of them to act on their attraction to each other. Then the ending is like hitting a brick wall at full speed - true definition of a cliff hanger!

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