here All in all it's ok. Typical pub menu and the food isn't terrific, but it's not bad either. Pretty clean and construction was a nice renovation from the rat infested former Pond View. You can tell the management are rookies. Their process is chaotic even when NOT busy. There were tons of staff but no one seemed to know what they were suppose to be doing. I had a short tattooed waiter. A buddy of his came in and heard him say "let's go look at my car". He disappeared, as did his tip. Someone else picked up his slack and got us more napkins and another drink, but seemed annoyed.
Place has potential but not there yet. I have been to this place 5 times. I've been treated excellent by every staff member. We also hey take out pizza once a week Bc it's the best around and miles beyond. But I'm writing about today's experience. I sat at the bar and I was lucky enough you to have a server named Ella take care of me. She was prompt, and the best server I've had yet. The food is great. The owner is personable and I like that about a place. This is a local place for me and I am so happy that it came to my neighborhood!
Keep up the great work!! We enjoyed our dinner. Drinks were good and the decor nice. I had The Gobbler. I liked it but my only complaints were it wasn't hot enough and the gravy has way too much pepper. My husband had the mac n cheese which was good and plentiful but he was disappointed that he couldn't get chicken or pulled pork put in it. The owner was a sweetheart and gave my husband a military discount. Will definitely go back! Love the Saddle Up! Fun place, good drinks and really good pizza. Bike Night is great! Just ate here with a friend. More than half of it is going home with me.
My friend got the Burger and sweet potato fries. We also tried the fried pickles she's pregnant and tater tots. Absolutely everything tasted great. We tried to come here on my birthday. We arrived and they said they don't take reservations, 45 min wait. Back on a Wednesday. My daughters grilled cheese and fries was the best thing on the table.
Brisket was sliced and clearly reheated with fry marks on each slice. Reminded is of Steak'ums. Ribs were cold also reheated. But the garlic mashed were good! Do not eat the corn bread, unless you are a I would not recommend eating here after my experience tonight. Was seated by a host and no wait staff came over to greet us after 15 minutes. We caught the attention of a server who was in another zone but offered to take us.
He was friendly but understood we were annoyed that the waitresses in our area disregarded us. Not sure why but it was hurtful because we felt like they didn't want to serve us. Extra star for the cute and sweet young man who took us. Food was mediocre at best and I am actually regretting ordering food because I am nauseous and sick to my stomach as I write this. Won't be back and would love to hear from owner as to why we weren't served.
Yeah really funny cheri! Bet you know the owner Won't be back not a eat at the bar 12 table free including high tops but still have to stand for a drink. I may have ordered food but not after being told table ar reserved for food customers. We had a great meal. The buffalo chicken Rangoon's and Loaded Tater Tots were great appetizers. The Gobbler was the star of the show. What a great idea and it tastes amazing. The Cowboy Ribeye was pretty good.
The Country Fried Chicken sandwich didn't come with gravy which was odd. The fries are really good. Our waitress was great and liked to joke around. The atmosphere is great and they did an amazing job remodeling the building. Overall we highly recommend it and can't wait to come back. A few weeks ago we met some friends at the bar for dinner and drinks. The bar staff very unfriendly and slow to take the orders, other than the the pizza and apps were pretty good. Bar staff definitely need to work on there social skills. We have been here several times, food is always good. Servers have always been friendly.
Just may need to pick up the pace a bit. I would recommend giving it a try. Nice selection of beer, wine and cocktails from the bar. Friendly staff, good service, good food. Nice crowd, seems popular with the bikers. Really enjoyed the food, the waitress, and the tab was fair. Saddle Up Saloon Claimed This business has been claimed by the owner or a representative. Went for lunch a few weeks ago, on a Saturday.
Do not eat the corn bread, unless you are a. I would not recommend eating here after my experience tonight. Bet you know the owner. Won't be back not a eat at the bar 12 table free including high tops but still have to stand for a drink. Things to do in Kingston. Sign Up Log In. Oops, we can't find your location. If your browser doesn't ask you, try these steps: At the top of your Chrome window, near the web address, click the green lock labeled Secure. In the window that pops up, make sure Location is set to Ask or Allow.
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To ask other readers questions about Saddle Up , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Apr 16, Carol [Goodreads Addict] rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was generously provided to me in exchange for an honest review by NetGalley, Sourcebooks Casablanca, and by Victoria Vane. This was my very first book by Victoria Vane and I truly enjoyed it. It is beautifully told with breathtaking descriptions of gorgeous vistas with roaming wild horses. I could just picture it as the story unfolded. I could practically hear their hooves pounding on the earth. It is the story of two people that loved the wild mustangs so much that they wanted to dedicate their lives to helping them.
But the mustangs in turn helped these two to find themselves, and each other. Keith Russo is half Shoshone. The name his Native American grandfather gave him is Two Wolves. It represented both sides of Keith that were in constant battle, his Indian half and his Caucasian half. Keith had a way with horses and became known as a sort of a horse whisperer, a behavioral clinician. He quickly became famous and traveled the world doing clinics but they slowly evolved into a sort of dog and pony show.
A videographer was hired to video him at a clinic. Now he has embarrassed his people and is forced back to being a horse wrangler. It is on such a project, when Keith was brought in to help with a mustang round up, that he is brought face to face with the woman that ruined his life. After film school she is living in Los Angeles but has never felt more out of place. She was so excited when she got the chance to film the famous Two Wolves at his clinic. He was the most beautiful man she had ever seen.
But she was so disappointed in his behavior. But her part in the project was over once she handed over the video to her boss to be produced. Now, a year later, she is more than unhappy with her life. She gets a call from an organization trying to round up the wild mustangs to save them from starvation and certain death. It is an imperfect solution but the only solution at the time. The government has mandated that the event be videoed to prove humane methods are being used.
It is here that she comes face to face with the man she met a year ago. The man that seems to now despise her and blames her for ruining his career. She wondered which version was the real Keith. Both Miranda and Keith are struggling for their places in the world. In each other, they each find a part of something they were both missing. It is a slow realization, but helping these beautiful horses slowly seems to help both Miranda and Keith find the purpose they were seeking. I loved watching these two grow and develop, both individually and together.
It definitely took Keith a lot longer than it did Miranda to find his way, but she was patient. And the epilogue was wonderful. I am so glad my good friend Kathleen convinced me to read this book. View all 22 comments. Apr 20, Kathleen rated it it was amazing. With that being said, it has absolutely nothing to do with the ratings I gave Saddled Up.
The story-line was B Release Date: Her boss sends her out to shoot some film of a young man, Keith Russo who is conducting a clinic on how to manage problem horses. Right away Miranda can see just how good he is at his job. A year later, Miranda is tired of filming hemorrhoid commercials.
So when the chance came for her to film the wrangling of wild mustangs that are on the verge of dehydration and starvation, she jumps at the chance. When Miranda arrives where the wrangling will take place, she is filming the helicopter that is driving a band of wild mustangs towards the trap.
All of a sudden, an airplane flies over purposely scattering the horses. Out of nowhere a man comes flying down the mountain on his horse to try and catch the runaway mustangs. As it turns out, the man just happens to be Keith. Keith has no problem recognizing Miranda, after all it was her film that ruined his life. When he finds out that she will be following him and a few other men that are going to try and wrangle up the mustangs that got away, he has no problems letting his boss know that he wants nothing to do with her.
So instead of getting on a horse and following the men, Miranda ends up in the helicopter to film instead. I really enjoyed how much knowledge of wild mustangs that was added throughout the whole book. What the Mustangs were going through, what was being done about it and so much more. I learned a lot of things that I never knew before and I found everything so interesting. Of course this was all so perfectly woven into the romance. While Keith and Miranda were dealing with the mustangs, they also had to work hard before they could make a full commitment to each other relationship wise.
I definitely felt the need they had for each other grow stronger and stronger as this book moved along. They sure did have amazing chemistry together. Near the end, something spiritual happens and I fell even deeper in love with this book. It was the perfect touch and settled things nicely for Keith. Even though Saddled up is the third book in this series, it reads easily as a standalone.
View all 40 comments. Straddling two worlds, a man is forced to choose in this passionate romance set against the world of wild mustang round-ups, ranching, and reconciling a life lived in two worlds. This is the latest release in the Hot Cowboy Nights series and shapes up to be the best yet.
Miranda Sutton, fledgling filmmaker is called by her boss to film a horse whisperer session for a documentary film. She jumps at the chance to film something beyond a commercial and encounters the larger than life and come on st Straddling two worlds, a man is forced to choose in this passionate romance set against the world of wild mustang round-ups, ranching, and reconciling a life lived in two worlds. She jumps at the chance to film something beyond a commercial and encounters the larger than life and come on strong man who has a way with the horses and the ladies.
The encounter unsettled her, but it was brief. Later, a chance gig at the request of a government required documentation comes to film a wild mustang round-up and there she meets him again only now he is hostile Keith Russo who is none to pleased to see her after the documentary destroyed his career.
She is captivated by him and equally captivated by the plight of the wild mustangs. Miranda thought she wanted to make films in Hollywood, but a series of encounters with Keith and the horses lead her to rethink her life and find a new purpose that is infinitely more satisfying. Now if only she can get Keith to saddle up and ride with her on this one. Keith is half-Shoshone and struggling just as much as the wild untamed horses on the range to find his place in a world where he has never belonged.
Unsettled by his past failures, struggle with family and his own restlessness, he is ready to lash out when he encounters the camerawoman who worked on that documentary that ruined his career. But once he can see past that, the woman who hides behind her camera becomes a curiosity for him.
Keith doesn't believe he has it in him to settle down, but he is happy to explore an attraction with Miranda who is so much more than she seemed. He unleashes her passion while she challenges him to dream of something solid and permanent for the first time. I was very taken with this fourth installment in the series- which by the way could be read as a standalone or even out of order the way it is written.
Personally, I read it after books one and two without book three and did alright. But anyway, yes, this one rivals, Rough Rider, for my favorite. I really like when characters are faced with a crisis that is internal and Keith Russo is. Miranda is a great part of the story and gets half the narration, but truly this is Keith's story as he has to figure out who he is and then what he really wants, then he has to come up with the courage and trust to go for it.
The author heavily compared him to the wild unbroken horses he works with and the mental image really worked for me. Keith's internal conflict is only one of the elements. There is some good action with the wild mustang hunt in Nevada and the prison training facilities, the ranch life in Montana, and the sizzling passion between this pair of lovers. There is also Miranda's much gentler, but still there need to find herself just as much as Keith was working toward the same end.
I really loved this pair - plenty of sizzle- yet mostly for how they were together though they have some real head-butting moments. Miranda comes off as a mousy type at first, but she's not. She ends up with big dreams that require hard work and I'm not just referring to her grandmother's ranch and the horses. Keith was enough to keep her on her toes. In fact, she can get down right pushy when she decides she knows best and it bites her when she pushes too hard at Keith.
But then again, he wasn't doing so well with his staring up into the sky and picking his navel routine so he might have needed her verbal boots up the butt to rile him into action. Their relationship is stormy as a result. I'm truly glad she did a hang in there with him because he wasn't an easy man to love, but they were so good for each other and worked well together.
The author does her homework when setting up the backdrop for this book and others, I've noticed. I'm actually moderately familiar with the settings she wrote in and the type of people who live there. This story rang true and felt authentic. It added depth and heart beyond the passion of the romance whether it was the wild mustang situation, Native Americans and life on the reservation and outside it, or older folks alone and faced with a family ranch that has been home and they may lose because the younger generation isn't interested.
Just so many things that added layers and provoke a response in the reader beyond the romance. All in all, this was a hard-fought, passionate and exciting contemporary western romance with an authentic setting, fascinating backdrop, and well drawn intriguing characters. My thanks to Sourcebooks Casablanca for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. This is the kind of book that would translate to a fantastic epic movie Keith Russo is a half Native American horse whisperer and wrangler.
He first meets up with Miranda Sutton while she is part of the team making a documentary about him. When an unexpected and vicious event destroys his career they part ways; only to meet up again when Miranda is hired to document the roundup of wild horses for transport to new homes. Keith is now the head horse wrangler for the group. Romance blossoms betwe This is the kind of book that would translate to a fantastic epic movie Romance blossoms between the couple, but they separate again, as Keith feels unable to commit to a woman. Miranda goes home to her grandparents vast Wyoming ranch, which has not been a working ranch since the death of her grandfather.
When Miranda and her grandmother decide to reinvent the ranch as a sanctuary for displaced wild horses, Miranda knows just the horse wrangler they need to help them get the project going…and maybe make it a place where he would want to stay forever. Saddle Up is a fantastic book by one of my favorite authors.
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I was impressed by the sheer scope of the story. The research alone into the plight of the wild horses that the Bureau of Land Management are attempting to move to new homes is impressive, not to mention the vivid descriptions of the entire process. It is not necessary to read the first two books of the series to enjoy this highly entertaining story.
Won't be back not a eat at the bar 12 table free including high tops but still have to stand for a drink. Just a few of our pizzas at Saddle Up…. Fun place, good drinks and really good pizza. About Blog Support Terms. Helping a friend with a mustang round-up, the last person he expects to meet is Miranda Sutton. If you like horses, you will like Saddle up by Victoria Vane.
This is my favorite read by Victoria Vane to date. May 30, Vikki Vaught rated it really liked it Shelves: This is another excellent addition to this great series. When her film is released, it has devastating consequences for Keith and decimates his career. He receives a call from BLM, an organization rounding up wild mustangs and saving them by finding homes for them. He arrives to find out BLM has asked Miranda Sutton to film a documentary of the gather to help promote their organization. When passion flames between the pair, can he put aside his resentment, or will he allow it to ruin their budding romance?
Saddle Up is a fast-paced story with a unique plot and interesting characters. Vane must have done to write it. The story of the fate of wild mustangs pulled at my heart-strings. I think horses are some of the most beautiful and graceful animals on earth. I enjoyed the complex relationship between Miranda and Keith. They are both struggling to find their place in this world while seeing where their attraction will lead them. Fortunately, they find their way and find what they both need together.
After all, this is romance! Now for the reason, I did not give this book 5 Gold Crowns. I felt that the ending was rushed. I cannot go into detail because I do not want to include any spoilers. I just feel that Ms. Vane missed an opportunity to pull at my heart in the epilogue. If you enjoy a story with a hot cowboy and a determined and feisty heroine, then you will like Saddle Up.
While this is the fourth book of her Hot Cowboy Nights series, it is not necessary to read them in order. Jun 07, Susan Gorman added it. Victoria Vane is known for her sexy romance novels. The chemistry between Keith Russo and Miranda Sutton sizzles and the author blends their passions into the story. Their opposites attract romance has a very rocky start and I enjoyed that the author wrote a romance with two strong willed characters. Miranda is a self- contained person who is devoted to her work as a filmmaker.
Keith is part Native American and he traded on his heritage for monetary gain. His family has questioned his motives and are not pleased with him. Great dialogue between the couple helps the reader understand the couples desire to work together to save the wild mustangs. This goal is at the forefront of this compelling novel and it is what makes this novel stand out in the series.
It is only after he discovers that his real father is a full-blooded Shoshone that he understands why. At first, he embraces his native roots but, as he gets older, the novelty of living on the reservation starts to pall and he leaves. His natural rapport with horses leads to a successful career travelling the world as horse clinician using his Shoshone name, Two Wolves.
At first, he is flattered by the female attention he receives but gradually tires of the constant propositions. When he agrees to participate in a short promotional film about his horse clinic for Starlight Productions, he is instantly attracted to the videographer, Miranda Sutton. With her natural look and direct manner, she is refreshingly different to all the other women he has met.
He returns to the reservation but, after his grandparents reject him, accusing him of exploiting his Shoshone heritage, Keith is forced to return to his former job as a wild-horse wrangler.
Helping a friend with a mustang round-up, the last person he expects to meet is Miranda Sutton. Miranda Sutton Miranda grew in a small town in Ohio but has ambitions of becoming a film maker. After graduation and encouraged by her grandparents to fulfill her dreams, she heads for Los Angeles. Her only real opportunity to get behind a camera is as a stand-in videographer on a short promotional film for Starlight Productions about horse clinician, Two Wolves. With only work offers of commercials and corporate promos which Miranda hates, disillusionment and disappointment soon set in.
When an opportunity to film a wild-mustang roundup for The Bureau of Land Management comes along, she jumps at the chance. The last person she expects to meet is Keith Russo Two Wolves who angrily accuses her of ruining his reputation with her video. He has always struggled to reconcile his two opposing worlds. He seems strong and self-reliant but fundamentally he has led a lonely, drifting life, never truly belonging.
And that kind of life suited me just fine. I like the inclusion of Dirk and Wade Knowlton, characters who provide a link to the previous books, and I also love the Epilogue, although it is tinged with a little sadness. As with the other books, her extensive research is impeccable. Another excellent addition to this absorbing series. A must for all lovers of Contemporary Western Romances. May 29, Marlene rated it really liked it. Keith and Miranda first meet a year before the story really begins. At that point, Keith is on top of the world, and Miranda is a lowly and very much put upon intern in Hollywood.
Miranda is finishing up her degree in cinematography while interning with an absolute bitch of a film producer. As is not atypical during internships of all types, Miranda does most of the work, and Bibi takes ALL of the credit. And to work out his guilt at selling out his heritage for a fast buck. When they meet again, Keith is at the bottom, and Miranda is on the upswing — even though that upswing is a bit precarious.
No longer an intern, Miranda is now working for Bibi, and doing projects on the side and in secret. Bibi is still a bitch.
Keith is part of a wild mustang gather in Wyoming, and Miranda comes to film the project in the hopes of making a documentary. They still have lots of chemistry together, along with a whole lot of mistrust. In spite of Bibi taking the credit, Keith still blames Miranda for a whole chunk of his problems. Miranda just wants to save the horses. Neither of them is sure what they want to do — not with the horses and certainly not with each other. While Keith continues drifting around what he wants to do with his life, Miranda takes charge of hers.
If he can let himself. They just have a hell of a lot of combustible chemistry, and an unshakable love for the mustangs that power this story at a gallop. And even though this is the fourth book in the Hot Cowboy Nights series, it also stands completely alone. One thing that Miranda and Keith do both have in common — both of them have found their homes of the heart with their grandparents. While his grandparents love him dearly, they both see him as meant for a place that both sides of his heritage can call home.
She is rethinking her whole life, and her grandmother Jo-Jo provides just the right amount of hard work and tough love for Miranda to work through her issues. And Miranda is happy to give back to the woman who has always helped her. Jo-Jo is in her early 70s, and now a widow. Together they can make it work — if Keith is willing to help. This is also a sex-into-love romance. Of course they are both wrong.
This romance is all about Miranda and Keith finding their way towards each other, with a whole lot of pushing from a herd of wild mustangs. Mine was already gone at the beginning, with the utterly marvelous shout-out to Romancing the Stone! Jun 07, April rated it it was amazing Shelves: Saddle up by Victoria Vane is yet another amazing "Hot Cowboy Nights", 4, but can be read as a stand alone. Set on a Montana ranch.
Well written with captivating characters and a mesmerizing storyline. Cowboys, Indians, wild Mustangs, passion and romance. Miranda Sutton, always dreamed of making documentaries. But the wild mustangs have captured her heart. She wishes to turn her Saddle up by Victoria Vane is yet another amazing "Hot Cowboy Nights", 4, but can be read as a stand alone. She wishes to turn her grandmother's Montana ranch into a wild horse sanctuary, but it's turning out to be harder then she thought it would be.
Keith and Miranda both need the horses as much as the horses need them. From the beginning sparks fly between Keith and Miranda. Will they finally embrace their destiny and let love blossom. Or will they give up all? Can love build from lust and passion? Hot, sexy and emotionally charged. Please note, the love scenes are sexual but tastefully done.
Vane proves her writing skills with each story, rather Historical or Contemporary romance, she is a masterful storyteller. Compelling, compassionate and entertaining. This series, just keeps getting better and better. Ms Vane never disappoints her readers. Her knowledge of a working ranch, mustangs and horses is proved in "Saddle Up". Received for an honest review from Net Galley. I received an ARC of this title in exchange for an honest review and here it is: Victoria Vane has written yet another gem of a novel in her Hot Cowboy Nights series.
What I've so enjoyed about the books in this series is not just the western theme, the sexual content, and the cowboy romance, it's the depth of her characters, which is certainly present in this latest novel as well. When we meet half-Native American celebrity horse whisperer and equine behaviorist, Keith Russo Two Wolves I received an ARC of this title in exchange for an honest review and here it is: When we meet half-Native American celebrity horse whisperer and equine behaviorist, Keith Russo Two Wolves , he's in Rancho Santa Fe, California, giving a demonstration of his techniques and abilities while being watched by Miranda Sutton, an aspiring indie filmmaker, who is tasked with filming him the following day.
It's her first real assignment and a chance to prove herself. She's both fascinated by and attracted to Keith, especially since she's barely had so much as a date in the past four years, instead spending her time working on her craft and trying to build a career. Miranda's boss, Bibi, is also present, and after Bibi hits on Keith and he rejects her advances, he knows he's blown his chance at celebrity.
The footage, when eventually released, paints him as a phony, a lothario and a charlatan, and he blames Miranda for ending his career. One year later, Keith is back on the reservation in Wyoming and has been rejected by his family for having exploited his Native American heritage. He's stuck doing what he considers penance, doing ranch chores like digging post holes, stringing wire and mucking out stalls.
When he learns that the Bureau of Land Management BLM is looking for wranglers to gather, rescue and relocate wild mustangs to locations where they will have adequate water and grazing, he finally agrees to take on the job. Miranda, who has been waiting tables while still trying to pursue her career also learns about the horse gather from her friend, Lexi, and when she hears that the BLM wants to film the operation because they are being sued by animal activists, she sees this as a chance finally make the documentary film she's dreamed of, although she knows that it may cost her her job with Bibi.
What she doesn't expect is that Keith is head wrangler, he doesn't want her there and when he blames her for tanking this career, he does everything he can to kick her off the operation, blames her aloud for destroying his career, but he fails to rid himself of her--Miranda is going along to film the gather she's been hired to film. When the gather is disrupted by a low-flying plane the mustangs scatter, and she and Keith are forced to spend the night alone in the desert, hoping to recapture and film some of the elusive mustangs the following morning, which gives her the chance to explain that the film that tanked his career was Bibi's doing, not hers, but he's still surly and difficult to work with, and in a reversal of the old adage, familiarity doesn't breed contempt, it breeds attraction, one they act on during the next horse gather they go on.
When the two part ways, Miranda heads to her grandmother's ranch with an idea in her head. She knows that her grandmother has been alone on the ranch since her husband's death, and has no way to keep it going. Miranda thinks it's the perfect place to open a mustang sanctuary, convinces her grandmother that it's a feasible idea and is willing to do that with or without gaining a very reluctant Keith's help, but he does finally agree to help her ready the ranch. At its heart, this novel is about two lonely people who had dreams that died, and who need to find out who they are and what they really want out of life.
It's a slow-moving but never dull coming together of two vastly different characters from two vastly different worlds, and it's well-written as are all of Ms.