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A Fresh Start After the loss of his family in a tragic accident, Ryan Malloy has been given one last chance to change his life. His boss sends him to Flagman's Folly, New Mexico, to run his ranch, but unfortunately, Ryan's troubled attitude lands him in hot water with the locals, especially the ranch's manager, Lianne Ward. Deaf since birth, Lianne has never let her A Fresh Start After the loss of his family in a tragic accident, Ryan Malloy has been given one last chance to change his life. His boss sends him to Flagman's Folly, New Mexico, to run his ranch, but unfortunately, Ryan's troubled attitude lands him in hot water with the locals, especially the ranch's manager, Lianne Ward. Deaf since birth, Lianne has never let her disability define who she is. But, she's yet to meet a man who treats her as an equal. Ryan seems different…that is, when they're not butting heads over the ranch's new school for disadvantaged boys. Forced to work together, Lianne and Ryan discover an unexpected attraction beneath their quarreling. But will Ryan's painful past drive them apart…permanently?


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A Fresh Start After the loss of his family in a tragic accident, Ryan Malloy has been given one last chance to change his life. His boss sends him to Flagman's Folly, New Mexico, to run his ranch, but unfortunately, Ryan's troubled attitude lands him in hot water with the locals, especially the ranch's manager, Lianne Ward. Deaf since birth, Lianne has never let her A Fresh Start After the loss of his family in a tragic accident, Ryan Malloy has been given one last chance to change his life. His boss sends him to Flagman's Folly, New Mexico, to run his ranch, but unfortunately, Ryan's troubled attitude lands him in hot water with the locals, especially the ranch's manager, Lianne Ward. Deaf since birth, Lianne has never let her disability define who she is. But, she's yet to meet a man who treats her as an equal. Ryan seems different…that is, when they're not butting heads over the ranch's new school for disadvantaged boys. Forced to work together, Lianne and Ryan discover an unexpected attraction beneath their quarreling. But will Ryan's painful past drive them apart…permanently?

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Carmen

    Caleb had lit the hurricane lamps on the picnic tables, and in their glow her hair rippled like a river catching the first rays of the sun. Fine poetic thoughts from a man whose literary heights ran to Louis L'Amour novels. And not thoughts he wanted to have at all. pg. 54 This book was a real enigma. It's complicated and Daille plays her cards very close to her vest. Just because we can see into the minds of both the hero and the heroine doesn't make everything clear. PREMISE Ryan is fucked-up in Caleb had lit the hurricane lamps on the picnic tables, and in their glow her hair rippled like a river catching the first rays of the sun. Fine poetic thoughts from a man whose literary heights ran to Louis L'Amour novels. And not thoughts he wanted to have at all. pg. 54 This book was a real enigma. It's complicated and Daille plays her cards very close to her vest. Just because we can see into the minds of both the hero and the heroine doesn't make everything clear. PREMISE Ryan is fucked-up in the head because his wife and son were killed in a car accident. He is a ranch foreman, but his boss gets mad at him when he punches a ranch hand. Like everything in this novel, it's not really clear, but Ryan implies it is because the man said something snide about his dead wife and son. Ryan is sent to New Mexico to work on a project, as kind of a last chance to keep his job. This ranch is being turned into a ranch for Troubled Boys. The project manager is Lianne. Lianne is our heroine, and she is deaf. She is fucked-up in the head because her ex-boyfriends have been overprotective and seen her as weak and told her she "couldn't survive without him" and "you need me" kind of bullshit. So she is very touchy about doing everything "by myself!" and reading any kind of help as some sort of personal commentary on her deafness. They started out as a match made in hell. ANALYSIS So. *sips coffee* This book is complicated. That's not a criticism. The book starts out with Lianne and Ryan being at odds. They barely tolerate each other. They really get off on the wrong foot and they are both trying hard to prove that they can dominate at their job. Although their jobs are TECHNICALLY different - she is project manager and he is ranch foreman - they each act like they have the same job and are in competition with each other. Lianne acts like a jerk a lot to Ryan, and she thinks she is justified because she is thoroughly convinced that he believes she can't fulfill her duties because she is deaf. In reality, he doesn't give a fuck about her being deaf, but he IS messed up because of the death of his wife and child. The two are always butting heads. Ryan wants to enact his duties as ranch foreman. Lianne sees him as stepping on her territory, and doing so because she's deaf. He is really doing it because he's paranoid about losing his job and he feels he needs to 'prove himself' in order to keep his job. She is always wanting to talk about her deafness. She believes they have to have conversations about how she is deaf and how does he feel about that and does he have any questions. He's not really into touchy-feely bullshit. Then we get to the point of the book where they are basically fighting all the time. Then they start getting romantic/sexual. I wasn't completely buying it, I always have a very hard time believing that people who are arguing and fighting all the time suddenly want to start kissing. It's completely baffling to me. Then she decides to take him to bed. Thank his lucky stars, she'd taken him to her bed. His suggestion to go to the party hadn't been designed to get him here. He'd swear that on his custom-made saddle. pg. 119 Honestly, this scene is exactly where things turn around for me on the hero and I start to really like him. I didn't DISLIKE him before, but I was neutral on him. I was like, "Eh." But in this scene he started to make me question if he was maybe actually a mensch? o.O They are sitting on the bed and she is talking and talking. He is just listening. He thinks she might be nervous. He reckoned her chatting came from nerves, and her nerves came from having some experience but not enough to make her treat this like just another roll in the hay. He appreciated the honor. She wasn't just another woman for him, either. The thought caused a funny tight feeling in his chest. pg. 120 Then "Sometimes all that visual stimulation wears me out." Smiling, he ran his fingertips along her jawline. "I'm hoping to wear you out. But with another kind of stimulation." pg. 121 I was like, "Well, gotdan. He's just going right for it. Okay." I was ready. Then Lianne's phone starts vibrating. She can't hear it or feel it. But Ryan knows it is happening. So he stops foreplay to alert her. Even though he debates in his head whether he should just not tell her and let it wait, he makes the true mensch decision and is like, "Nah. It's wrong to not tell her that her phone is blowing up." But then his feelings get hurt when she gets wrapped up in texting for some minutes. He thinks maybe she didn't want to have sex with him and was looking for a way out. He slips out of the room. When Lianne finds him, he's downstairs eating pie and drinking coffee. She's upset. Weren't they going to have sex? Now her heart thumped painfully. Her eyes blurred. Despite her determination not to think of what had happened between them, the thoughts came. Just a few minutes ago he had kissed her nearly senseless. His hands had touched her, stroked her, as though she were something delicate and easily broken... Or ALREADY broken? Was that why he had taken such care with her? pg. 125 She tells him she's going to bed. She's hoping he'll follow her to bed. He doesn't. She is sad. :( Why would he come after her now when he had been so quick to use her texts as an excuse to stop kissing her and leave her bedroom? When he so obviously preferred pie to... to... PASSION. pg. 125 At this point I just wanted to shake them! They are just so DUMB! Why don't they just COMMUNICATE!!!!? But the whole book is about two people who really live in their heads. Another huge misunderstanding happens when Lianne has her niece over and a little boy named P.J. She thinks Ryan is being cold with little Becky because little Becky is deaf, but in reality Ryan struggles being around young children because they remind him of the son he lost. So she is forming this huge bad idea about him that is based on something that is only in her head - a recurring theme in this book. She is so hugely sensitive about being deaf and SO ready to fight people that she completely misses the point a lot of the time. I see the appeal of Ryan, it's especially clear from page 119 on. He is hard and silent. He's not big on talking, but he's big on doing. He handles shit. He takes care of shit. It's hot. When some Boy Scouts come to work on the ranch, the way he deals with the boys is very attractive. I can see why Lianne thinks he's a hottie and wants to take him to bed. He's a man. Like, damn. And he keeps his mouth shut and just minds his own fucking business. When the Scout Leader is constantly flirting with Lianne, of course Ryan is jealous. But he keeps a tight leash on his jealousy, doesn't do anything about it. He keeps his mouth shut, he never tries to interfere, he doesn't try to get into a pissing contest with the guy, he doesn't try to get between him and Lianne. This is super hot. When Ryan and Lianne flirt later in the book - something they were completely unable to do in the first half of the book given their personalities - it's very cute. They have a unique way of joking with each other. Ryan becomes secure in Lianne's affections and is no longer threatened by the Scout Master. In the glow of the flames from the fire ring, he watched Lianne interact with the kids, with the scouts, even with the scoutmasters. Now her conversations with Phil didn't cause him to blink an eye. Phil hadn't been the one in the kitchen with her. pg. 177 This is very attractive and - I want to point out - very rare in romance novels. It never occurs to heroes that they don't have to worry about rival males because they have the heroine on lock. They always act super-threatened and growl and snarl, and give the other male the stinkeye, and sometimes even get into fights or paw their woman in front of him or whatever. It's gross. Much more attractive is Ryan's attitude. One, if she really wants the Scout Master he's not going to step in because it's none of his fucking business. And Two, he's confident Lianne likes HIM. She's interested in HIM. He's the one she's flirting with and kissing. He doesn't need to get all possessive or make some big show about her being his woman, he's calm and confident enough to know he's got this and he doesn't worry about her throwing her affections elsewhere. She wouldn't do that. And he's the one who she likes. Again, this may seem like common sense, but in the romance world this is so rare. Authors act like a man isn't a man unless he's beating his chest and claiming his property (his woman), so seeing a man acting like this is not only hot, it's surprising. I like calm, self-assured men. He also does super-attractive things like this scene, where he is hoping to take Lianne to bed and she tells him the children will be having a sleepover. "They're staying the night?" Nodding, she watched his expression for disappointment or frustration, the sign that would show he wanted to continue what they had started in the kitchen. She looked for irritation or annoyance, an indication he didn't want to have to deal with Becky and P.J. at the ranch house again. But she didn't read any of those emotions on his face. pg. 180 Since page 119, Daille has been working to convince me that Ryan is a mensch, and it has been working. Then he GOES to the sleepover, plays tons of board games with the children, menschly lets her know that he's picked up on some SIGN LANGUAGE on the DL.... just acts like a totally attractive mensch, basically. Another day, they finally discuss what happened in the bedroom and clear things up. She realizes that he was being a mensch. Why they just can't learn to communicate is BEYOND ME. Hopefully they will get better at it or this relationship is doomed. HOW'S THE SEX, CARMEN? When they finally get around to having sex, it is off-page. I'm just going to imagine that Ryan is great in bed. I really have no idea. But it is really sweet when she asks him to turn the lights off. She never has sex in the dark because she is deaf. Usually I'm for having sex with the lights on in books, but in this case her asking him to turn off the lights is very trusting and sweet. Awwww. CREEPER One complaint I have with the book is that there is a period of time in Ryan and Lianne's relationship where Ryan creeps on Lianne while she's exercising or lotioning up after the shower. It's really gross. Luckily he cuts this out, but that he did it at all is skeeving me out. Bad form. TL;DR This book was hugely complicated. Both Ryan and Lianne were consumed with psychological hangups, and it led to a lot of hurt and misunderstandings on both sides. I have to say they don't communicate well. On the other hand, Daille did a great job on a lot of things. Lianne's deafness wasn't just for show - Daille got into a lot of aspects of deaf life that I thought were interesting. Also, she is Lianne. She is Lianne first. The deafness is a distant second, it does not define her and Daille does not write her as a deaf woman but more as a woman who is deaf. Even though, of course, her deafness and how it affects her worldview is hugely prominent in the book, I never feel like Daille is using deafness as a stand-in for a personality or a person. That's very good. Another thing she nailed was Ryan. Who would guess at the beginning of the book that he was a mensch or that he would end up being so dang attractive? Not I. Daille's technique is to keep you guessing. For the whole book you are wondering "Does Ryan REALLY think she's incapable because she's deaf? Is Lianne right that Ryan is an asshole or is she just projecting and assuming because of her past and the huge chip on her shoulder? Is Ryan acting protective or bossy with Lianne because she is deaf, or would he act that way with ANY woman after losing his wife that way?" You don't really get absolutely clear answers from Daille at the end, but she does make things more and more clear as the characters get to know each other better and start communicating instead of assuming things. I'm hoping this relationship works out - I really like both Lianne and Ryan as individual people - but their tendency to live in their heads and not communicate could be detrimental to a good future. Luckily, by the end of the novel it seems they are willing and able to be more upfront with each other. Both are good people who deserve happiness. I think he would be great with children. I think he would have no problems if a child of his is born deaf. He's a man, definitely he would take care of his woman and his children and handle any problems that came his way. Lianne is very strong and smart. If she can remember not to jump to conclusions, I think she would be a great wife and mother. I wish them all the best. Truly complex and well-crafted characters with good hearts but flaws as well. Ryan doesn't have any romantic or sexual interest in Lianne until a good part of the way through the book. I like that. The book is a good argument for giving authors second chances. I hated Honorable Rancher but thought this was pretty dang good. Both the hero and heroine have to learn and change and grow. Lianne has to learn that not everyone is an asshole who assumes she is helpless because she is deaf, and Ryan has to learn how not to be so protective and that there are some things that are out of his control. Both have to learn how to communicate better. Both are flawed but good people. ROMANCE CATEGORIES Contemporary Romance Cowboy/Western Romance Enemies to Lovers Non-Virgin Heroine Widower Hero Disabled Heroine - She is deaf He is a Ranch Foreman, She is a Project Manager NAMES IN THIS BOOK (view spoiler)[ Ryan m Caleb m Rod m Jan f Billy m Tess f Nate f Becky f Lloyd m Lianne f Kayla f Sam m Sharleen f Mark m Pirate dog Tony m Roselynn f Ellamae Jack m Joe m P.J. M Dori f Manny m Ben m Phil m Kenny m Tagalong – pony Ocean – parakeet (hide spoiler)]

  2. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Very good book. Ryan has been living on the edge for the past year, ever since the deaths of his wife and son in an accident. He has been getting angrier and angrier over their loss and the fact that there were no answers as to how it had happened. It created a need in him to control everything and this bled over into his work. His boss has sent him to Flagman's Folly to run the ranch there, getting him away from his memories and giving him a chance for a fresh start. But on the way into town he Very good book. Ryan has been living on the edge for the past year, ever since the deaths of his wife and son in an accident. He has been getting angrier and angrier over their loss and the fact that there were no answers as to how it had happened. It created a need in him to control everything and this bled over into his work. His boss has sent him to Flagman's Folly to run the ranch there, getting him away from his memories and giving him a chance for a fresh start. But on the way into town he has a confrontation with a woman about a child that ran into the road. This gets him off on the wrong foot with several locals including Lianne, the woman in question. It turns out that she's the manager in charge of getting the school for disadvantaged boys set up. What he doesn't know until after they've worked together for awhile is that Lianne is deaf. While he's sure that she knows her job, he looks on his new position as a test by his boss to see if Ryan can handle the job. Therefore, Ryan plans to oversee every little thing to make sure that nothing goes wrong on his watch. At first, all the interactions between him and Lianne end in quarrels. But it's not long before that heat has taken a different direction. There's so much about Lianne that appeals to him and being around her is easing his pain, but he's not sure he can open himself up to more loss. Plus, his need to control everything runs up against Lianne's need for independence. I felt so bad for Ryan's pain and the trouble he was having dealing with it. He was so worried about making sure that everything went perfectly that he couldn't see what his attitude was doing to Lianne. I loved seeing the way that he finally saw what he was doing and moved to fix it. I really liked his explanation of his feelings and his attitude. Lianne had recently ended a long relationship with a man she thought was the one. Until she discovered that he had no confidence in her abilities to care for herself or exist without his help. This caused her to doubt her own judgment when it came to relationships, and even worked on her self confidence in her work. She has never allowed her deafness to slow her down, finding ways to adapt her activities if she needed to. She is very happy to have the opportunity to supervise the establishment of the new school. Everything is going great until Ryan shows up. She can see the doubts that he has and it does nothing for her confidence. She hates having to report every little thing to him. The attraction between them isn't doing her any good either. But the more time they have to spend together, the easier it gets. Lianne starts feeling that maybe he's finally coming to accept that she doesn't need to be protected all the time and that there might be hope for a future together. She's heartbroken when she finds him doing something that she sees as just another indication of a man who doesn't think she can handle her job. I loved Lianne's independence and determination to live her life to the fullest. She tries not to let anything stop her from doing what she wants to do. There were times that she may have been too independent, when it would have hurt to let Ryan help her, but I could see that she was still trying to recover from being hurt before. I liked the way that she was able to explain her feelings to Ryan.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    There was too much going on here, the narrative was disjointed, and the characters were 2-dimensional. At times, the rancher (of the title) was distraught by losing his wife & child in an accident, but then on the next page, he was thinking about his attraction to his co-worker. It was a touch bizarre.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Phylisha Stone

    2.5 stars A sad beginning but a happy ending.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kym McNabney

    As an aspiring author and Christian, it is my goal to not lash out at authors. Today’s world screams the opposite of what I was taught as a child, “If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.” For too many, they don’t seem to realize there’s a human behind the words that lay on the pages of a book. However, I do believe that constructive criticism, with a careful choice of words, can be helpful. I also realize writing is subjective. I review because I like to share with others my As an aspiring author and Christian, it is my goal to not lash out at authors. Today’s world screams the opposite of what I was taught as a child, “If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.” For too many, they don’t seem to realize there’s a human behind the words that lay on the pages of a book. However, I do believe that constructive criticism, with a careful choice of words, can be helpful. I also realize writing is subjective. I review because I like to share with others my thoughts and feelings so they may enjoy something as much as I may have, or steer then away from what might not appeal to them as well. The RANCHER AT RISK by BARBARA WHITE DAILLE did exactly what it was suppose to do. It caught my attention on the shelf at the store. I mean, what cowboy-loving girl could resist the cover, let alone the title? After reading the back cover and the first page, I was convinced I needed yet another book, and headed to the checkout. As I sat in the waiting room for an appointment and read, I jolted. What? A swear word! Oh, yeah, I’m not reading Christian fiction. It’s been a long time since I’ve read a book from “Harlequin” that wasn’t Inspirational, so long I’d forgotten the familiar size paperback in my hand was secular, which could be in part why I wasn’t able to fully engage in the story. At page 80 I made the difficult decision to stop reading. Not that the writing wasn’t good, because it was fine. Not even because there was too much foul language, but rather because I wasn’t able to connect with the characters. I really loved the concept/storyline (The final decision maker to purchase the book.), but there just seemed to be something missing. For me it was the deep point of view. What there was of it, seemed to be surface and repetitive. I admit when I got to the part where the hero was eyeing up and down the heroine, I started to wonder what I got myself into. I’m not a prude, yet being a Christian fiction fan, I’ve grown to love a great story/romance without the need for explicit scenes and bad language. To be fair, the swearing was kept to a minimal and a better choice of words then the author could have gone with. I appreciated her selection in words and that the cowboy used them, and thus far, the heroine had not, identifying their character traits. I had not read far enough to see how far MS WHITE DAILLE had taken the romance aspect. I think for the most part, I will stick with my Christian fiction.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Summer

    Anyone with narrow-minded stereotypical ideas of Harlequin romance novels would probably think a deaf heroine means she’s some helpless damsel in distress in need of a man to save her, but Lianne isn’t anything like that, she’s the kind of woman we should all hope to be, capable of anything she puts her mind to, while demanding respect and equality from her guy. Lianne, with her strong will, and even stronger heart, is just who rancher Ryan needs to challenge him to move on from a terrible Anyone with narrow-minded stereotypical ideas of Harlequin romance novels would probably think a deaf heroine means she’s some helpless damsel in distress in need of a man to save her, but Lianne isn’t anything like that, she’s the kind of woman we should all hope to be, capable of anything she puts her mind to, while demanding respect and equality from her guy. Lianne, with her strong will, and even stronger heart, is just who rancher Ryan needs to challenge him to move on from a terrible tragedy, to get him to accept that he can’t control everything and everyone around him. There’s a genuinely sweet vibe to this couple’s chemistry even when they’re at odds with one another, and a lovely sense of small town warmth from the supporting characters; though easily my favorite aspect of Rancher at Risk was how the author handled Lianne’s deafness with such care, always mindful of things like whether Lianne would be able to read another character’s lips in a given moment. Lianne was brought to life so thoughtfully, seemingly no detail overlooked, with every obstacle big or small that she would face in day to day life, but never ever presenting her as someone to be pitied. I loved how this story gave insight into a deaf person’s world, while at the same time conveying that where it matters - at heart - she’s just like anyone else.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Yazmin

    InRancher at Risk by Barbara White Daille, Ryan Malloy has been having a tough time since he loss of his wife and son. After he took things too far one last time his boss has decided to send him to Flagman’s Folly, New Mexico. Unfortunately, his badattitude lands him in hot water as soon as he arrives in town with one of the locals. Lianne Ward has been deaf since birth, but she has not let her disability define her. Now she is back in her hometown to rebuild her life and prove to her ex that In Rancher at Risk by Barbara White Daille, Ryan Malloy has been having a tough time since he loss of his wife and son. After he took things too far one last time his boss has decided to send him to Flagman’s Folly, New Mexico. Unfortunately, his bad attitude lands him in hot water as soon as he arrives in town with one of the locals.   Lianne Ward has been deaf since birth, but she has not let her disability define her. Now she is back in her hometown to rebuild her life and prove to her ex that she can definitely make it on her own. When her niece runs into the street chasing after her dog and is almost run over by a car, Lianne has to explain to her why she should not run into the street again. What she cannot stand is the attitude of the cowboy who decides to start judging them and calls her a drunk. Read More...

  8. 4 out of 5

    Connie Brown

    Barbara White Daille has written an unusual book. I knew it was a romance to begin with so I figured it would end in a couple getting together. This book has several unusual elements in it that you sometime wonder who will come out together. I loved the characters of Lianne and Ryan. Lianne's disability causes some problems but her caring about the boys and her strengths show she is a woman to be reckoned with. I loved the conflict written in and the resolution of the story. The support Barbara White Daille has written an unusual book. I knew it was a romance to begin with so I figured it would end in a couple getting together. This book has several unusual elements in it that you sometime wonder who will come out together. I loved the characters of Lianne and Ryan. Lianne's disability causes some problems but her caring about the boys and her strengths show she is a woman to be reckoned with. I loved the conflict written in and the resolution of the story. The support characters were a wonderful addition and not a distraction. The back of the book says A fresh start and this is a fresh book. Look for the twists and turns as they are able to keep you on your toes.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie

    Rancher At Risk was a very good book. Ryan had lost his son and wife a year ago in a car accident. He hasn't recovered from it. He is mad at everybody. His boss sends him from his Montana Ranch to one he owns in New Mexico. Lianne is in charge of running the set up for a boys camp. the construction and all. Ryan is in charge of the horses and that type ranch business. Lianne is deaf and a independent woman. Ryan tries to be in control. They end up falling in love. A very good story line.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie (Once Upon a Chapter)

    Really a 2.5. I have read all of Barbara White Daille’s previous Flagman Folly books and enjoyed each and every one of them. Naturally I jumped at the chance to read the newest addition when I was contacted about it. Both leads have their own issues to work through; Ryan has lost his wife and young child in a car accident and Lianne has been deaf since the day she was born. Read the rest at Once Upon a Chapter.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Peggy Clayton

    I really liked it this was about a rancher who had some luggage that he was taking to Flagman's Folly and on the way had a almost when he about to hit a girl with a disability and then he gets to the ranch. Low and behold Lianne the ranch's manager also has the same disability and the 2 of them try to work out his past and her problem.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Harlequin Books

    "As the hero learns to accept not only the heroine's limitations, but her ability to cope, their story beautifully illustrates the difficulty of being deaf in a hearing world". (RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars)

  13. 5 out of 5

    Chastity

    Loved this book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Spinneretta

    A well written romance.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    Good book, kinda wished it was longer so that things could develop more slowly.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Judy Evenson

    A fluffy story and nice story for vacation or a boring evening at home.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Radia

  18. 5 out of 5

    Katharina

  19. 4 out of 5

    Harpreet

  20. 4 out of 5

    Harlequin Books Australia

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Jerousek

  22. 5 out of 5

    Krystal

  23. 4 out of 5

    Alisha

  24. 5 out of 5

    Linda Lee Lovatt

  25. 5 out of 5

    Reva

  26. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kim FIELD

  28. 4 out of 5

    Judith

  29. 5 out of 5

    Dakota Morris

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ren

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