Suzette is having extraordinary fun
dancing in the arms of a man who owns a Honkey Tonk bar and
is stunned. She doesn’t usually date that type of man, but
she reexamines her priorities and finds that not only is the
companionship nice but she seems to be enjoying herself more
than ever. So she says the heck with the social limitations
that her parents and boarding school background have placed
on her and decides to have fun. She also falls in love.
But, Hank doesn’t seem to want to take their relationship to
the next level. He seems fine to be friends but when she
tries to take things physical she might find out more than
meets the eye about “Handlebar Hank”, and she might have to
help heal a hurt that can’t be seen before anything more can
happen. Will she think it is worth it?
Ready to Reel starts out
with a bang and continued. I thoroughly enjoyed this story
about a forty-something who had her life together and looks
out for her friends. I also enjoyed how she slowly fell for
the strong-willed Honkey Tonk owner. Ms. Bancroft did a
wonderful job of portraying both characters insecurities as
well as their strengths. I felt like I was a fly on the
wall during their interactions. I look forward to more
stories by Ms. Bancroft and think you too will enjoy
Ready to Reel.