Megan is a young photographer with her first real job at the Royal Adelaide Show, where she has to capture the agricultural event. As a city girl, she is clueless, and when she gets too close to a grumpy bull, she is kicked in the head.
Guilty that his bull hurt someone and aware of the painful side effects of head injuries due to the loss of his sister, Jackson takes care of Megan.
Megan is determined that she will be all right and continues photographing during the day before collapsing. Jackson is there to make sure she is taken to hospital and cared for.
Recovering, Megan finds herself drawn to Jackson, but she’s not sure that she can be anything than a city girl, even for love. Can Jackson, in his quiet, strong, country-boy style, convince her to take life in a new direction, with him?
Uncaged Review: Megan has a deadline and she has to get these pictures to her boss. She is trying to get pictures of the agricultural event. As she is getting pictures a bull runs right into her and kicks her in the head.
Jackson feels awful as it was his bull that hit her. He takes her to get looked at and tries to take care of her. Megan doesn’t know about country life and ranches. She only knows the city.
She has some competition with a girl who thinks Jackson is all hers. After trying to break up their happy times together Jackson sits Megan down and they talk. Can they work out their problems before Jackson leaves?
The characters were fun to read about and get to know. I like how head strong Megan is and how caring Jackson is. The plot was great and the author does a great job keeping the reader glued to the book. There are some steamy scenes which you might need a fan for. Reviewed by Babs