Novel Review…

Holy S**t!

TURN AND BURN is hot! As you can tell, I’m a bit charged up over this scorching read. Explicitly sexy, this sizzling romance between veterinarian, August Fletcher and world-champion barrel racer, Tanna Barker makes me want to pack my bags and find myself a cowboy. Giddy up!Turn-and-Burn-2-200x300 (1)

I had no idea what a gem I was about to uncover when I discovered this romance. Written by Lorelei James, known for her ultra-fine cowboys and the free-spirited women who love them, this story is a winner. TURN AND BURN is the fifth installment in the popular Western series, Blacktop Cowboys. I don’t know about Ms. James other works, but if all her stories are as steamy and sensual as TURN AND BURN, I’m going to have to devote one of my bookshelves exclusively to her novels. What I particularly loved about this romance was that it wasn’t just a wham bam thank you mame, get off your rocks story. It contained depth and a genuine tried and true love story that literally melts the reader’s heart.

I’m going to offer a very brief synopsis. August Fletcher was married to his job, content to settle for meaningless one-night stands until he met the feisty, Tanna Barker. Recovering from a career ending injury, Tanna has had a rough couple of years losing not only her career but her money and her family. Unsure of what direction to take, she agrees to a temporary position working for her friend’s husband. After what was supposed to be a one-night stand between two unnamed strangers, August and Tanna met unexpectedly and the sparks continue to fly.

I’m not going to say anymore. Go out and get yourself a copy of this novel. You’ll be glad you did.

Happy reading!

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