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The second book in the Country Music Collection is about the oldest Johnson brother, Heath, and the woman who broke his heart, Chance. Is it time to call it quits or is it time to act like grown ups and give their marriage a real shot?


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The second book in the Country Music Collection is about the oldest Johnson brother, Heath, and the woman who broke his heart, Chance. Is it time to call it quits or is it time to act like grown ups and give their marriage a real shot?

30 review for She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy

  1. 4 out of 5

    Auntee

    What can I say, another winner by Cara North (I really like her writing style)! This is the second book in her Country Music Collection, which by the way, the stories have nothing to do with country music except for the titles of the books. This is the second book about one of the Johnson brothers, who own a sprawling horse ranch in Montana. Heath is the brother in question this time, who was a somewhat moody, nasty guy in the previous book, "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off". This book picks What can I say, another winner by Cara North (I really like her writing style)! This is the second book in her Country Music Collection, which by the way, the stories have nothing to do with country music except for the titles of the books. This is the second book about one of the Johnson brothers, who own a sprawling horse ranch in Montana. Heath is the brother in question this time, who was a somewhat moody, nasty guy in the previous book, "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off". This book picks up where the other one left off. The reason that Heath is so surly is that his wife left him on their wedding night, exactly one year ago. After pining for her and waiting for her to come back to him for a year, Heath finally decides to give up on her and get on with his life. But just as he makes that decision, Chance, his wife, breezes back into town. Chance has been gone for a year, and a lot has happened in that time. Chance has been coming and going in Heath's life for many years, ever since his mother took her in as a young teenager. From time to time she would disappear from their lives for months at a time, but she would always come back. Chance wasn't always a nice person--she liked to play with Heath's feelings for her and manipulate him, but he fell in love with her anyway. But Chance never let Heath see the real person she was inside-- a scared, vulnerable girl who was afraid to love. When Chance and Heath got married, she became frightened by her overwhelming love for Heath, and ran from it, hurting him terribly. While on the run she went to cooking school, and started seeing a psychiatrist to help her with her emotional problems. When she finally felt strong enough to face her fears and show Heath the person that she really was, she returned to town. But was it too late? Had she hurt Heath one too many times? Would he forgive her and take a chance on her again? This was a very quick read, with lots and lots of sexy scenes between Heath and Chance. Although both characters are in their thirties, they needed to do a lot of growing up. They each had a problem communicating, and you could see that was the problem in their relationship. Both had major trust issues too, which they eventually were able to resolve by communicating. And once Chance began to know herself and the kind of woman she wanted to be, there was certainly no problem with their sex life. Chance and Heath set the sheets on fire! There were some sad moments in the book too, when Chance tells Heath all about her troubled past, and when Heath recalls fondly the kind of marriage his grandparents had and how much he yearns for a marriage like theirs. I was rooting for this couple all the way, and I had no doubts that they would make a success of their marriage this time. We also get a sneek peek into the next book, "One Hot Momma", which will be the story of the middle Johnson brother, Rafe, and his reluctant lady love, Layla. I can't wait to read that one! This was a nice, satisfying, erotic contemporary about trust and forgiveness, and rates a solid 4 1/2 stars from me!

  2. 4 out of 5

    jenjn79

    Rating: 3.5 / 5 I didn't quite like this one as much as "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off"...it's still a fun read, but I liked the other one better. The basis of the story is the relationship between Heath and Chance. They'd known each other for a while before getting involved. The night of their wedding, Chance took off and stayed gone for a year. Her defection broke Heath's heart. Now Chance is back and she wants to repair relationship with Heath. But to make things work, they have to get pas Rating: 3.5 / 5 I didn't quite like this one as much as "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off"...it's still a fun read, but I liked the other one better. The basis of the story is the relationship between Heath and Chance. They'd known each other for a while before getting involved. The night of their wedding, Chance took off and stayed gone for a year. Her defection broke Heath's heart. Now Chance is back and she wants to repair relationship with Heath. But to make things work, they have to get past all their issues, of which their are many. Like the first book in this set, this one is fun and flirty with some great sex. It's not quite as adventurous as "Tequila...," but still hot. And it was nice to catch up with Jake and Bethany, see how they were working out. I also like that there is a purpose to the story aside from the sex - the tempestuous relationship between Heath and Chance and all they have to work through. But there were a couple of things that I didn't quite like about the book. One being that I thought the resolution of the issues between Heath and Chance was kinda skimmed through. It's like one second, they're miles apart, and the next, they're in love and moving on. Which is part of a larger issue that I've found with North's writing. There are times in this book, and in "Tequila..." where North skips out on describing things as if we (the readers) should already know them or be able to easily deduce them, when in fact we don't and can't. One scene in particular drove me nuts - the one where Chance tells Heath about her past. You're expecting this long, detailed explanation and instead there's a bunch of sentences that skim the surface but hardly tell you anything. Yet you get the feeling that you're supposed to have gotten much more from the explanation...it seems like there is an inference that she was molested by her mom's boyfriend, but I wasn't exactly sure because the explanation is so sparse. It leaves a big hole in Chance's background because the details are so sketchy. And understanding Chance's background is kinda important to understanding her character. There were some other aspects like that as well. It just really affects the cohesiveness of the story. But overall, it was still a fun read. There were just some ways I thought it could have been written better, more thorough. If you like fun, sexy erotic romance, though, or you read the first book then you'll probably enjoy reading this one.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Heather in FL

    This is closer to 3.5 than 3, but GR doesn't have half stars. I liked this one, I really did. But I thought when Heath found out about Chance's childhood and asked who the guy was and he was named, I thought that might be significant later, but it wasn't. And I still don't understand why there was a whole year with absolutely no contact. It was definitely sweet that Heath and Chance still had so much chemistry, but he seemed to forgive her awfully quickly. I'm also not sure why they let Chance d This is closer to 3.5 than 3, but GR doesn't have half stars. I liked this one, I really did. But I thought when Heath found out about Chance's childhood and asked who the guy was and he was named, I thought that might be significant later, but it wasn't. And I still don't understand why there was a whole year with absolutely no contact. It was definitely sweet that Heath and Chance still had so much chemistry, but he seemed to forgive her awfully quickly. I'm also not sure why they let Chance disappear so much when she was younger and not ask any questions about it. It was still a good story, and it was nice to see Heath and Chance make up and have a chance at a totally honest relationship. There wasn't really anything else to fess up to. I really didn't like how this ended, however. The Kindle version was formatted in a really freaky way, but I can't blame that on the author. As a result of the formatting, when the story ended, it just didn't seem like the story should end where it did, so I went back and forth with Amazon and the author to make sure I actually got the ending. I did. It just seemed so abrupt. And there was no "the end" or author's bio to let me know it was really finished. Maybe I wanted to know (view spoiler)[the baby had been born (hide spoiler)] but "Come on up little lady" didn't feel like an ending to me. That felt like the start of a new scene. I'm still very curious about how Rafe is going to bring Layla around, and I'm sure we'll continue to catch up with Bethany and Jack and we'll get more of Chance and Heath. Generally, I'm enjoying this series, but I didn't like this one as much as I liked the first one.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nancy H

    This was an okay story, but required a lot of suspension-of-disbelief that people would really behave how some of these characters do, especially in the area of forgiveness of past great hurts. Also, I felt that some parts were somewhat disjointed and that the story didn't really hang together throughout.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Leanne Winchel

    Love this title. Excellent collection of country hits.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Judith

    4.25 out of 5. Pain in relationships is a common thread throughout most romance fiction, but how can two people heal a rift in their relationship that occurs before the marriage has opportunity to begin? So it is with Heath and Chance, star-crossed lovers with an on-again-off-again history, and who must now face the consequences of their choices. Learning to listen, learning to accept one's own defects, and learning that deeper truths are never really obvious, can be important lessons in putting 4.25 out of 5. Pain in relationships is a common thread throughout most romance fiction, but how can two people heal a rift in their relationship that occurs before the marriage has opportunity to begin? So it is with Heath and Chance, star-crossed lovers with an on-again-off-again history, and who must now face the consequences of their choices. Learning to listen, learning to accept one's own defects, and learning that deeper truths are never really obvious, can be important lessons in putting relationships back together as well as sustaining those that are good from the start. Cara North has written a story that never backs away from the pain, never allows the reader any distance from the hurt, and who seems to be wonderfully in touch with the experiences and feelings of these characters. Yes, it was published four years ago. So what? It's still a marvelous read!! Time has not diminished its sheen!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tina "IRead2Escape"

    I absolutely love this story. I love that there were no games being played in this book. Both characters stated from the onset they screwed up and wanted to right their wrong (well almost from the beginning). Did they have issues to work through? Yes! Did they make mistakes here and there? Yes! This book was all about love and forgiveness. Not just between husband and wife, but between family, as well. Everyone should takea few notes from this book and apply it when need be. Well done, Cara.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lai

    Ok, really? She left you for a year and you've been mad at the world and everyone in it, yet when she returns, everything's just hunky dory. Heath was so angry in the first book, it just seemed like he let go of most of the anger for the most part. Sure, he still didn't trust her completely, but was willing to overlook that for the hot sex. A little unbelievable, but nice to see a happy ending.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Toni (U.A.C.)

    It was okay. Agree with another reader that Heath seems to have just asked for her attacker's name and done nothing with it...hope that he inacts his retribution in some way in the following books. This was over too quickly compared to the first book, but pretty dramatic.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    I really liked this book. The characters in this series so far are so easy to relate to. Great book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Black Butterfly

    NOT QUITE AS GOOD AS THE FIRST BOOK I LIKED IT ALSO. LIKE HER WRITING STYLE.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer West

    False

  13. 5 out of 5

    Julie

  14. 5 out of 5

    Barbara D. Surritte

  15. 4 out of 5

    Donna

  16. 4 out of 5

    Mary

  17. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

  18. 5 out of 5

    Loretta Baker

  19. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Merz

  20. 5 out of 5

    Niobe *wants to read all day*

  21. 5 out of 5

    Amber

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

  23. 5 out of 5

    Stacy

  24. 4 out of 5

    CD Keith

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lacey

  26. 4 out of 5

    Bet Lantaff

  27. 5 out of 5

    Maria

  28. 4 out of 5

    Angela

  29. 5 out of 5

    Bri

  30. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

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