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Wyoming Wildcat Tragedy had sent music superstar Amanda Callaway to the Wyoming mountains to heal. What she found was another battle to fight... Quinn Sutton. Snowbound at his ranch, Amanda was glad Quinn was unaware of her real identity. With a chip on his shoulder the size of the Tetons, the rugged mountain man had no use for the opposite sex -- especially city women who Wyoming Wildcat Tragedy had sent music superstar Amanda Callaway to the Wyoming mountains to heal. What she found was another battle to fight... Quinn Sutton. Snowbound at his ranch, Amanda was glad Quinn was unaware of her real identity. With a chip on his shoulder the size of the Tetons, the rugged mountain man had no use for the opposite sex -- especially city women who ran in the fast lane. But what Quinn didn't realize was how special his world seemed to Amanda. Battling his misconceptions about her, she vowed to prove she shared the same old-fashioned values... and desires. When he learned who she was, though, would she lose him forever.


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Wyoming Wildcat Tragedy had sent music superstar Amanda Callaway to the Wyoming mountains to heal. What she found was another battle to fight... Quinn Sutton. Snowbound at his ranch, Amanda was glad Quinn was unaware of her real identity. With a chip on his shoulder the size of the Tetons, the rugged mountain man had no use for the opposite sex -- especially city women who Wyoming Wildcat Tragedy had sent music superstar Amanda Callaway to the Wyoming mountains to heal. What she found was another battle to fight... Quinn Sutton. Snowbound at his ranch, Amanda was glad Quinn was unaware of her real identity. With a chip on his shoulder the size of the Tetons, the rugged mountain man had no use for the opposite sex -- especially city women who ran in the fast lane. But what Quinn didn't realize was how special his world seemed to Amanda. Battling his misconceptions about her, she vowed to prove she shared the same old-fashioned values... and desires. When he learned who she was, though, would she lose him forever.

30 review for Sutton's Way

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chantal ❤️

    5 LOVINGLY VULNERABLE STARS This is the story of two very damaged individuals, learning to love and trust for the first time. My favorite type of story, the first love. The hero Quinn is a single dad trying to do his best to raise his son alone. He is a Wyoming rancher and he has no time for the young thing next door, whom he thinks is his neighbor mistress. Amanda is a pretty young singer who is trying to find her way back after a tragedy. She has had very little love in her life and is as guard 5 LOVINGLY VULNERABLE STARS This is the story of two very damaged individuals, learning to love and trust for the first time. My favorite type of story, the first love. The hero Quinn is a single dad trying to do his best to raise his son alone. He is a Wyoming rancher and he has no time for the young thing next door, whom he thinks is his neighbor mistress. Amanda is a pretty young singer who is trying to find her way back after a tragedy. She has had very little love in her life and is as guarded as the hero with her emotions. None shall pass. They could not be more wrong for each other. The hero hates rock music and she is a rock star. The heroine is afraid of strong men and he is very strong. So how can they find a way to make this work? Read the book and find out!! Here are a few quotes from the book: "I am not available as a living model for SEX education!" Said Amanda. "Suit yourself. But it's a hell of a loss to my eduction." Says Quinn before he explains that his wife had never had sex with him and that Elliot was not his biological son. "...you and I have more in common than a lack of technique." He said. "Amanda you aren't the only virgin on the place." Now I should point out that this book is really dated. Back to a time when a woman was concerned about her reputation and a man or woman would smoke without issue. However, when you look beyond this, this is truly a worthwhile read! I loved this story with all its funny twists and turns. The ride was slow at first but then it was really intense. At the end of this book, I was left with a hopeful happy feeling of well being. "I never dreamed I'd find anyone like you. I'd given up on women. On life too, I guess. I feel like it's all a feverish dream." Says Quinn "You aren't dreaming. We're married and I'm going to love you for the rest of my life." Answers Amanda. This book allows you to see: how two troubled and damaged souls have finds their way to each other, how they become brave enough to admit their mistakes and move past it. Believe me when I say that the story is way more complex than I have indicated here. I wanted to leave some drama for you guys here! On a more personal note: for me Diana Palmer was one of those authors that could bring out my emotions with her basic country way of expressing herself through her characters. I could feel the emotional connection so strongly that when something happened to a characters it felt like it was happening to me. I LOVED THIS BOOK AND HAVE REREAD IT MANY TIMES! If you have not read it and you like county stories, first love and ranchers, then you really should. Safety: no cheating, both virgins, some pushing and pulling with no OM/OW drama.

  2. 4 out of 5

    *TANYA*

    At first I was NOT into this book, and then BAM! It turned out to be super cute. Cheesy cute!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    StMargarets

    I’m getting homesick for Jacobsville. This is the second book in a row of the LTT series not set in Texas. It takes place in the mountains of Wyoming and the only connection with the LTT is that Quinn, the hero, is friends with Justin from book 2. But that’s okay- there is plenty of story without the LTT gang. Heroine is a “rock” singer who lost her voice after a fan died at one of her concerts. She has retreated to her aunt’s boyfriend’s remote cabin in the mountains - a questionable choice sinc I’m getting homesick for Jacobsville. This is the second book in a row of the LTT series not set in Texas. It takes place in the mountains of Wyoming and the only connection with the LTT is that Quinn, the hero, is friends with Justin from book 2. But that’s okay- there is plenty of story without the LTT gang. Heroine is a “rock” singer who lost her voice after a fan died at one of her concerts. She has retreated to her aunt’s boyfriend’s remote cabin in the mountains - a questionable choice since it’s the middle of winter. The hero lives close by with his 12-year-old son and a ranch hand/cook/older friend. He thinks the heroine is the cabin owner’s newest mistress and the insulted heroine lets him think that. (Of course). The hero also tells the heroine that he hates women. He might as well I have said: “I’m Kurt and I’m incorrigible.” But we’re not even out of chapter one before the heroine is sponging – yes, I said and DP said sponging– the hero’s matted hairy chest as he writhes in a fever. The H’s son asked the heroine to help because he thought women knew how to help sick people. Hero is turned on by the heroine’s long hair brushing his hairy chest and her gardenia scent. (This is the second heroine with this scent – will look for patterns in the next books.) That bothers him since he ’s incorrigible hates women and so he snarls and slut shames until the heroine is driven back to her cabin. But they aren’t parted for long; a storm comes and the heroine loses power. Hero brings her to his house since they have a generator. Heroine gets to know the H’s son and starts teaching him how to read music. She helps feed baby calves and cries when one dies. She also helps the ranch hand/ cook and mends the H’s shirts (while dreaming of chest hair.) H is grumpy/intrigued – doing his best Disney Beast imitation. Heroine is so attracted she tries to tease the H out of his bad mood by sitting in his lap and kissing him. Hero roars in anger. Heroine is reminded of her drunken father who physically abused her so she runs out in the snow in fear. Hero feels terrible and is afraid she’ll run into the bear traps under the snow and tackles her. This begins our virgin whisperer portion of the story. Except there’s a twist. Can you guess? (view spoiler)[ Hero is a virgin, too! Hero was in lust with his fiancé who was already pregnant from her married lover and duped him into marrying her. They never consummated the marriage. Hero thought he was too ugly to get a woman before the marriage and he was too angry after the marriage. His wife ran off with her lover leaving the baby behind. They were killed in an auto accident for their sins. (DP does know how to smite) H’s son knows he’s not the hero’s bio kid, but feels secure and happy in their relationship. So kudos to the H for that. H/h spend a lot of time on second base, but it’s written a bit differently since the hero isn’t condescending with his virgin – they are both learning together and it’s kind of endearing/awkward. They decide to delay sex until marriage. But all good things must come to an end, The hero hates rock n roll music and even confiscated his son’s tapes (one with the heroine’s photo on it). Heroine has told him she’s a musician, so he’s okay with that. But she hasn’t told him she’s a Grammy winner and super famous and rich. H’s son knows, though. When the heroine invites the H and his son to a benefit concert where she is performing one song, the hero goes thinking she’s backup keyboard or something – not the sexy singer. He walks out in the middle of her song. Heroine realizes it’s all over because she didn’t tell him the truth. (Why didn’t you heroine?) and now the trust is gone. She does call the hero before she is leaving on a charter plane to join her band for some other gig. He tells her he never wants to see her again. Aaaaand the plane crashes. I know, right? Hero straps on his skis (He was training for the Olympics when his wife ensnared him) and skis to the remote crash site, not wanting the heroine’s body to be in cold snow overnight. But – only two died. Everyone else is okay except for the h who is in a coma. Ski patrol comes and the H skis the h down to a helicopter. It’s the end of the story so h’s recovery has to be speedy. She wakes up the next day and demands hero marry her. Three days later they marry. They have a first time sex scene that is written to avoid body parts naming and still imply penetration and orgasm. I have included a snippet here for my own notes and to give you a sense of her writing style. This was from the point of view of the virgin hero: The book had been very thorough and quite explicit, so he knew what to do in theory. Practice was very different. He hadn’t known that women could lose control, too. That their bodies were so soft, or so strong. That their eyes grew wild and their faces contorted as the pleasure built in them, that they wept with it. Her pleasure became his only goal in the long, exquisite oblivion that followed. Snip He pushed, hard. She moaned a little, but her body accepted him instantly and without any further difficulty. Her eyes brightened. Her lips parted and she breathed quickly and began to smile. “It’s gone,” she whispered. “Quinn, I’m a woman now….” “My woman,” he whispered back. The darkness grew in his eyes. He bent to her mouth and captured it, held it as he began to move, his body dancing above hers, teaching it the rhythm. She followed where he led, gasping as the cadence increased, as the music began to grow in her mind and filtered through her arms and legs. She held on to him with the last of her strength, proud of his stamina, of the power in his body that was taking hers from reality and into a place she’d never dreamed existed. That’s one thing I’ll say for DP – she’s not afraid to write sex scenes. She writes to demystify the act and to celebrate it. Many times the prose is purple – but she is always sincere in tone. I thought this story had a better explanation for the hero’s grumpiness and for his change of heart than the other reversals in the first three books. H did want the heroine but he didn’t feel he had much to offer her when he saw her adoring fans. (hide spoiler)] Diana Palmer Checklist: Hairy Chest – heroine told him he’d need a steam cleaner to get the hot chocolate out of his chest hair after she threw it at him. Heroine’s breast description – large, pink and mauve Cigarettes – check Alcohol – cook put brandy in heroine’s coffee after the calf died. That’s the liquid courage for her to kiss the hero. Town Descriptions- none. Wyoming mountains, ski patrol history lesson, though LOL detail - the 70 year-old hermit with the bear traps is a virgin, too. Hero wants the heroine to know he's not the only one. I don't think they polled the ranch hand/cook.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kiki

    1 trope that I really passionately hate. MCs realising they love each other when the other fights death. In this one hero very cruelly dismissed the heroine, I don't see any chance of reconciliation, because he is an asshole who doesn't give a shit about other's feelings. He only realises his love for her when he sees news of her death (he really thought she was dead when he realised his feelings). So what use do I have as a reader for this kind of love? And not only that, even after heroine recove 1 trope that I really passionately hate. MCs realising they love each other when the other fights death. In this one hero very cruelly dismissed the heroine, I don't see any chance of reconciliation, because he is an asshole who doesn't give a shit about other's feelings. He only realises his love for her when he sees news of her death (he really thought she was dead when he realised his feelings). So what use do I have as a reader for this kind of love? And not only that, even after heroine recovered SHE did all the work reassuring him that they'll be fine. Promising to leave her career as a celebrity. Not only he didn't grovel, he also promised her NOTHING. Even a virgin hero can't save a Diana Palmer book!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Margo

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Solid 2.5. He's a crabby, pouty baby who tries to White Fang her at one point, but he's pretty manageable. No OW, OM is her career, which she dials back without blinking because the whole band hates touring. Ski rescue is tedious and it was disconcerting how fast he was to assume she was dead. Plot moppet is decent -- I think Diana Palmer portrays tweens best. Solid 2.5. He's a crabby, pouty baby who tries to White Fang her at one point, but he's pretty manageable. No OW, OM is her career, which she dials back without blinking because the whole band hates touring. Ski rescue is tedious and it was disconcerting how fast he was to assume she was dead. Plot moppet is decent -- I think Diana Palmer portrays tweens best.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Aayesha Khatri

    3.75 stars

  7. 5 out of 5

    Feminista

    Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    3.5 This book had good parts and for me not so good parts. loved the kid and the Heroine's story. I realized i am not found of the virgin hero prefer a seasoned alpha male. I still thought the end was a little incomplete. There was a bunch about hero not having money and never taking hers. but the end never mentioned that or a resolution to the issue. 3.5 This book had good parts and for me not so good parts. loved the kid and the Heroine's story. I realized i am not found of the virgin hero prefer a seasoned alpha male. I still thought the end was a little incomplete. There was a bunch about hero not having money and never taking hers. but the end never mentioned that or a resolution to the issue.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ann

    Wonderful book hard man Quinn meets his match when he meets Amanda towards the end I cried scared that he was going to lose her but love wins in the end can't wait to read more of this series Wonderful book hard man Quinn meets his match when he meets Amanda towards the end I cried scared that he was going to lose her but love wins in the end can't wait to read more of this series

  10. 5 out of 5

    Colleen (NerdyWoman) Kayter

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Of all the stories Diana Palmer has written and labeled as "Long, Tall Texans" stories, the most compelling and most poignant happens to be about a hero who was bred, born, and raised in Wyoming. But what sets Sutton's Way apart from countless others of the sweet, contemporary romance genre is that both the hero and heroine are virgins. Abused as a child, she ran away to find fame and fortune as a musician and singer, only to retreat to the mountains to recuperate from a concert tragedy. She's afr Of all the stories Diana Palmer has written and labeled as "Long, Tall Texans" stories, the most compelling and most poignant happens to be about a hero who was bred, born, and raised in Wyoming. But what sets Sutton's Way apart from countless others of the sweet, contemporary romance genre is that both the hero and heroine are virgins. Abused as a child, she ran away to find fame and fortune as a musician and singer, only to retreat to the mountains to recuperate from a concert tragedy. She's afraid of men. He was a shy, awkward youth, persuaded to rescue a pregnant girl, but their marriage was never consummated. After the birth of her son, she was killed in an accident with the child's father, leaving our hero with a little boy who is not his own. He's now 30+ and all he knows about sex is what he's read in books. The story is well-told and so unique, it stands out in one's memory long after the reading is done.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Cheesecake

    Quinn and Amanda. I had to double check that this was actually a Diana Palmer story, it is so unlike anything else I've read by her. Sure Quinn starts out as an over the top asshat, but it was almost curmudgeonly cute how he growled at her all the time. And he even apologizes... several times!! (view spoiler)[ He's also a virgin!! (hide spoiler)] Amanda is hiding away at the cabin of her aunt's latest lover. She is a famous musician and had to take a break after a terrible tragedy. Quinn is pre Quinn and Amanda. I had to double check that this was actually a Diana Palmer story, it is so unlike anything else I've read by her. Sure Quinn starts out as an over the top asshat, but it was almost curmudgeonly cute how he growled at her all the time. And he even apologizes... several times!! (view spoiler)[ He's also a virgin!! (hide spoiler)] Amanda is hiding away at the cabin of her aunt's latest lover. She is a famous musician and had to take a break after a terrible tragedy. Quinn is prejudiced against Amanda because she is a woman, and he hates all women because of his ex-wife. But he has a son whose 12 and doesn't feel the same dislike of Amanda. Circumstances conspire to bring them together until the inevitable HEA. Like I said before, Quinn is an ass, but imho I felt he made up for it. Deliciously old school, it only lacked the obligatory evil OW. Which was fine by me! The ending was so sweet it was almost cloying. But I enjoyed it anyways.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Julie C-F

    First time to read about a H who is a virgin at 30+. The plot has some loopholes like the band members agreeing to stop doing concerts at the peak of their career. The story, as most romance stories go, needed a few crucial twists, like a near-death experience or a going away from the situation scene for one of the main characters to finally come to grips with the hidden, unsaid, implied feelings for the other person. I enjoyed this easy read, started in the mid-afternoon and finished late at nig First time to read about a H who is a virgin at 30+. The plot has some loopholes like the band members agreeing to stop doing concerts at the peak of their career. The story, as most romance stories go, needed a few crucial twists, like a near-death experience or a going away from the situation scene for one of the main characters to finally come to grips with the hidden, unsaid, implied feelings for the other person. I enjoyed this easy read, started in the mid-afternoon and finished late at night with work and dinner in between.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lu Bielefeld

    Relido em 06 de junho de 2016 "Well, what I mean, Amanda," he replied finally, "is that you aren't the only virgin on the place." "You sex-crazed female, haven't you ever heard about pregnancy?" "That condition where I get to have little Quinns?" "It's gone," she whispered. "Quinn, I'm a woman now. . .." "My woman," Relido em 06 de junho de 2016 "Well, what I mean, Amanda," he replied finally, "is that you aren't the only virgin on the place." "You sex-crazed female, haven't you ever heard about pregnancy?" "That condition where I get to have little Quinns?" "It's gone," she whispered. "Quinn, I'm a woman now. . .." "My woman,"

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mandy

    This was the first book I read by Diana Palmer. I have not stopped reading her books since.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Amanda & Quinn Quinn is a Wyoming rancher and single dad. Amanda is a young rock music singer that came to stay in a isolated cabin in the mountains of Wyoming to get over a tragedy. They have nothing in common so why do they feel pulled to each other? Quinn just like Amanda didn't have any sexual experience but that didn't made him less Alpha to me. He is strong and honest and his son was adorable. I loved the scene when he goes to rescue Amanda and suddenly we realise he is not just a rancher h Amanda & Quinn Quinn is a Wyoming rancher and single dad. Amanda is a young rock music singer that came to stay in a isolated cabin in the mountains of Wyoming to get over a tragedy. They have nothing in common so why do they feel pulled to each other? Quinn just like Amanda didn't have any sexual experience but that didn't made him less Alpha to me. He is strong and honest and his son was adorable. I loved the scene when he goes to rescue Amanda and suddenly we realise he is not just a rancher he has layers to him. Really good read. Highly recommended

  16. 4 out of 5

    Mum

    A short cheesy tale. Nothing truly developed. It’s just a quickie.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Neisha † The Submissive Poet †

    At some point I was expecting Sutton the “He-man Woman Hater” to say they need to MAGA or something cause it rolled off him in spades. Amanda wasn’t much better tho but it wasn’t horrible.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Julie Martinez

    Good but there sexual views confuse me on the decade this takes place

  19. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    It was ok.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kirstie Bird

    Way too old fashioned for me, I couldn’t finish. Called rock music satanic.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin Wyatt

    So that description is for a totally different book. This book I read Sutton's Way the real one.. Was so good... It gave me personally the first glimpse of Desperado a rock band Diana frequently mentions in many of her other books. I've never read any that directly deal with the band besides The Rancher.. Sutton's Way is about Amanda their lead singer. She is trapped in a snow storm in Wyoming near a failing ranch. The owner is Quinn Sutton & he has a little boy Elliot. Quinn becomes violently i So that description is for a totally different book. This book I read Sutton's Way the real one.. Was so good... It gave me personally the first glimpse of Desperado a rock band Diana frequently mentions in many of her other books. I've never read any that directly deal with the band besides The Rancher.. Sutton's Way is about Amanda their lead singer. She is trapped in a snow storm in Wyoming near a failing ranch. The owner is Quinn Sutton & he has a little boy Elliot. Quinn becomes violently ill & Elliot panics and rushes to his nearest neighbor for help. Amanda who is a very nice person obliges. She helps him & then she returns home only to be stranded in a snow storm with no power.. Quinn Sutton begrudgingly comes to her rescue. They are forced to live in close proximity at his ranch. She hides her true identity the Grammy winning rock star, and he is a notoriously shy scorned man. He becomes fond of her but they each have lots of hang-ups (Diana's favorite word for it)... Diana Palmer has a similar pattern as does Julien James, Kresley Cole, Linda Lael Miller, and Kristan Higgins but it never bothers me.. They tweak each story enough to keep me interested. Plus the characters mean most to me & so what if they are similar in certain ways... I am just easy to please.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lizzie

    Why do I do this to myself? There's something deliciously masochistic about reading about a 30-something virginal misogynist cattle rancher and a country music star "hiding" her slutty fame from him. Throw in the preternaturally mature son of Sutton's deceased wife and her married lover, and you officially have the most contrived, ridiculous, explosive book ever. I kind of loved hating it. Why do I do this to myself? There's something deliciously masochistic about reading about a 30-something virginal misogynist cattle rancher and a country music star "hiding" her slutty fame from him. Throw in the preternaturally mature son of Sutton's deceased wife and her married lover, and you officially have the most contrived, ridiculous, explosive book ever. I kind of loved hating it.

  23. 4 out of 5

    amanda s.

    I loved it so much it hurts! It's been forever since I gave five stars for Diana Palmer's book. And I think this book is worth it. Even though there is one thing that I don't really like, the fact that Amanda didn't tell Sutton the moment before she performs, I still think this book is one of the best. Mostly because the angst is OMG-ishly heavy and I'm a sucker for it. Again, my favorite. Well done, Diana Palmer. I loved it so much it hurts! It's been forever since I gave five stars for Diana Palmer's book. And I think this book is worth it. Even though there is one thing that I don't really like, the fact that Amanda didn't tell Sutton the moment before she performs, I still think this book is one of the best. Mostly because the angst is OMG-ishly heavy and I'm a sucker for it. Again, my favorite. Well done, Diana Palmer.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Venus84

    A very ok read. I liked both the hero and the heroine, they were nice people. It´s unusual with a virgin hero but very refreshing. I felt that his wonder for every thing sexual between them was a bit overdone, because you don´t need to have had sex to know some basics. I enjoyed it anyway

  25. 4 out of 5

    Judith Sherrod

    Fantastic as usual Amanda is a young innocent twenty-four year old rock star. Quinn is a hard unloved rancher. He has no trust in women and no use for them. He pushes Amanda away for a while until she blindsides him. Then he discovers the truth about her. Love gone wrong.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kittygabe

    come on a 35 virgin man?! not buying it!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Dewi Read

    My first book with the virgin hero...

  28. 5 out of 5

    Cecelia

    I love it! Its a little awkard at places but its still wonderful, everything you'd excpect from Diana I love it! Its a little awkard at places but its still wonderful, everything you'd excpect from Diana

  29. 5 out of 5

    The_Book_Queen

    4.5 Stars

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ann

    i LIKED IT ALOT

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