Friday, November 11, 2011
TALL, DARK, AND COWBOY can be purchased here.
TALL, DARK, AND COWBOY
Lacey Bradford leaves her hometown in a hurry, after one of her ex-husband's slimy cohorts makes threats, because her ex has disappeared and might have turned states evidence. Lacey is headed toward the one person, who she thinks might help her, Chase Caldwell. Lacey hasn't seen Chase since high school, when he was always around and had helped her out of a tough situation before. When Lacey arrives in the small Wyoming town where Chase lives, almost broke and with a car on its last legs, she is surprised at the reception, that she receives from a hunky, but hardened Chase.
TALL, DARK, AND COWBOY is an enjoyable, feel-good read with a yummy hero and a good-hearted, if at times ditzy, heroine. Chase is a great hero, who has experienced some setbacks which have hardened him a little, but underneath he is a great guy. Chase has shut himself off from people, in order to protect himself, but after Lacey storms back into his life, he doesn't stand a chance. Lacey has always allowed someone else to take care of her, but realizes that she needs to be more self-reliant. While her attempts to stand on her own two feet don't always end well, she does grow and mature throughout the book.
All in all, TALL, DARK, AND COWBOY is a nice, heart-warming read, which I recommend.
NOTE: I received this book in return for an impartial review.
Posted by Marlene Breakfield at 2:56 PM