• All the Wildflowers in Montana

  • Mustang Girl Trilogy, Book 1
  • By: Red L. Jameson
  • Narrated by: Clare Silver
  • Length: 11 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Meeting the perfect guy for the perfect hookup? Check. Wearing sexy-as-hell lingerie? Check. Breast cancer? Oh...f--k.

Laney Jones - PhD, but she feels like a pompous ass reminding people of her English lit degree because she’s a middle-grade teacher in Hardin, Montana - after being diagnosed with stage II breast cancer and scheduling a lumpectomy, wants a wild, crazy, sex-filled night before the surgery. A night where she frees herself to be who she wants to be and do whatever the hell she wants to do. And who better to shed her inhibitions than a biker? 

Joseph “Monk” Perez has been deep undercover for the ATF in a gun-running gang for the past four years. Tomorrow, he’ll make the biggest bust of his life. The biggest bust in history, period. Tomorrow, he’ll go back to some semblance of the by-the-book man he was before, even if he doesn’t recognize himself any longer. After tomorrow, he’ll start a life for himself. But he has to make it through tonight, and Laney is wrecking his years of training and focus, turning him into a puddle of mushy, romantic goo. She sees straight through his façade to the real him. As much as he loves being seen, it could ruin the bust, his career, or worse, end his life. 

Montanan wildflowers are known for their strength to endure arctic winter blasts, hundred-degree blistering summer days, and wildfires, but they always return, more exotic and beautiful than ever. If Joe and Laney make it through the next 24 hours, they’ll have to summon the strength of all the wildflowers in Montana when cancer and a deadly bullet wound become their shared realities or they might never know the most exotic beauty of all: love.

©2021 Red L. Jameson (P)2022 Red L. Jameson

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What a ride

So many emotions!! Love the courage of the main characters and what they have dealt with


Narration was wonderful

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a wonderful narrator of a nice romance

both Lainey and Joe are at a crossroads I that lives at the beginning of the book. They story takes you on a wild ride of love, heartbreak, and acceptance of thinks you can control.

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A Sweet Romance

The bravery it takes to face life, and perhaps death, head on, is found in this sweet romance from Red L. Jameson. 


Laney has faced a cancer diagnosis, and decides to live the night before her surgery in the arms of a stranger. 


The man Laney chooses to spend the night with is Monk, a member of a motorcycle club. But Monk has a secret, and it's a big one. 


I experienced this book through the Audible performance by Clare Silver. Beautifully and emotionally read, Ms Silver brings Laney and Monk to life, as well as All The Wildflowers in Montana. 

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  • mangankillarney
  • 01-14-22

Mustang

Clare Silver narration was perfect. Loved listening.

They story takes you on a wild ride of love, heartbreak, and acceptance of thinks you can control.
The bravery it takes to face life. Laney faces her diagnosis by spending a night with Monk, a MC member.

Each having their own secrets .

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  • Sara B
  • 10-31-21

Heartfelt & Beautifully Written

All the Wildflowers in Montana is an exquisitely written, beautiful, and emotional romance. Red L. Jameson has a way with words and sure knows how to pull on the heartstrings. Laney and Joe (Monk) are incredible and memorable characters; I literally fell in love with them. Listening to their story, I felt an array of emotions, heartache, tears, swoon, happiness, sadness, and so much more. Laney's diagnosis reminded me to appreciate the little things in my life much more.

Superb narration by Clare Silver! She breathed life into Laney and Monk's characters and made the story even more engaging. All the Wildflowers in Montana is an excellent start to the Mustang Girl Trilogy. I can't wait to listen to the rest. I'm definitely recommending this audiobook.

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  • 🎧Mandy🎧 Sawyer 🎧Audiobook 🎧Obsession🎧 Reviewer🎧
  • 10-26-21

Such emotion

Well what can I say? This book is jam packed full of emotion. Red has written such a fantastic book here, not only has it got excitement, action and adventure it also has all the feels. With the combination of a great performance from Clare and Red’s words this book will change you.

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  • Pollypc
  • 10-12-21

Wow!

This was a really good start to a series about three friends who have grown apart even though their bond remains as strong as ever.

Laney, the only one of the friends still in Montana, takes a critical look at her life after receiving a life changing diagnosis.

Writing a bucket list of things she will likely never do, is only one of the decisions she makes.

Another is ticking some of those items off! And so the adventures begin.

This book will make you swoon, curse and sob your heart out. It will make you recognise, without a doubt, that experiences impact your life. It will make you appreciate the 'good' that surrounds you and help you remember the 'bad' can be changed, if you make a stand.

I 'read' this book via audio and loved how Clare Silver brought this story to life, allowing some fabulous pictures to appear in my head of Laney, Joe and so much more besides.

I can't wait for more of this series!

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  • Mrs R
  • 10-05-21

Pulls at the heartstrings

I wasn't too sure at sure at start of this story, if the writing style would suit. There is a huge amount of internal thoughts, and that isn't a favourite of mine, but I soon realised that without it, this book wouldn't make sense.
Laney and Joe meet when they are both at a low point in their lives, and even though they are complete opposites, there is an instant connection of mind and body.
Laney has decided she needs a bucket list before surgery and ends up at a bar where undercover agent Joe is coming to the end of a dangerous case. I don't think you can read this book and not fall in love with these characters. They were both broken and still managed to find each other at the right time.
I listened to this book as an audiobook and narrator Claire Silver does an amazing job. I couldn't help but get pulled into the story, feeling the heartbreak and feelings of each character. Her voices were perfect, and I loved the accents.