Sunday, June 2, 2013

The Devil's Own Depserado By Lynda J Cox


Title: The Devil’s Own Desperado
Release Date: 14 January 2013
Author: Lynda J. Cox
Genre: western historical romance
Length: 284 pages
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Meows: 5
Purrrs: Hot and Sensual (spicy)
Blurb:
He's everything she fears…
Wounded gunfighter Colt Evans stumbles onto a remote homestead never expecting to find compassion. But beautiful Amelia McCollister is like no other woman. Suddenly, his dream of settling down with a wife and home is within reach—but only if his past never comes gunning for him.
She's everything he dreams of…
Amelia had to grow up fast after outlaws murdered her parents, leaving her to raise her siblings alone. With a young brother who idolizes shootists, she dreads having a notorious gunman in her home. But as Colt slowly recovers, he reveals a caring nature under his tough exterior that Amelia can't resist.
Just when Colt starts to believe he can leave the gunfighter life behind, his past returns, bringing danger to them all. Can a shootist ever hang up his hardware? Or will their dreams disappear in the smoke of a desperado's gun?

Publisher WildrosePublishing

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Reviewer: Cat

Review: Colt is a gambler and gunfighter that is tired of his career. But it’s not one you can just walk away from. Not alive anyways. One day his playing poker a young man approaches him and shoots him. Colt gets shot o also and gets on his horse and leaves town. He ends up at Amelia’s where she is raising her younger brother and sister after her mother and father were killed.
This story reminded me a lot of a Hallmark movie. There was the basic story line of  the young woman raising children on her own, the gunfighter turning up on her land and  they form a bond.  I loved all the characters. I loved the conflict in Colt wanting to love Amelia and put his past behind him but knowing he is dangerous to her and the kids. I loved Saul the younger brother that wants to be infamous and revenge his mother and fathers deaths. I loved Amelia and her resolve in taking care of her younger siblings and the wounded stranger. Of course who wouldn’t love poor Jenny?
I found this story riveting and breathtaking form the action to the sex
Recommendations: I highly recommend this story to anyone that likes longer stories full of action and romance, especially if you like old west westerns, gunfighters, true love, and hot sex this one is for you!
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