Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Sons of Chance, Book 4
Harlequin Blaze #618
Last Chance Ranch, Wyoming – Present Day
Ten months ago while attending a wedding, Tyler O’Connelli and Alex Keller
had a scorching encounter in a hayloft. They haven’t seen each other since that
time…until now. While on a short trip to Wyoming for a visit (her sister Morgan
is married to Gabe Chance), Tyler runs into Alex (his sister is married to
another Chance brother) and discovers that he’s now living at the Last Chance
Ranch. The instant Tyler and Alex’s gazes meet, their sizzling attraction arises
again. Can they pick up where they left off ten months ago, knowing that Tyler
will only be there a few days and has her own life in California with a chance
for a big promotion on the horizon?
After a messy divorce, Alex isn’t looking for a commitment and appreciates
the fact that Tyler doesn’t want to get settled down right now. Of course, his
hormones go on high alert around Tyler and have him ready to risk his sister and
her relatives finding out he’s boinking Tyler. They don’t even make the end of
the day before they’re exploring each other’s bodies. Their attraction is like
water on a hot skillet...it sizzles and steams. But will their relationship
evaporate once Tyler’s trip to Wyoming is over?
Vicki Lewis Thompson knows how to steam up the pages with her writing, and
she certainly has another scorcher in SHOULD’VE BEEN A COWBOY. Alex and Tyler
were briefly mentioned in CLAIMED!…and so was their rendezvous in the hayloft.
So it’s natural their story had to be told and you won’t be disappointed in the
results. Tyler has big plans for a successful career as a cruise director, and
getting involved with a man isn’t part of those plans. She’s willing to accept
an extended one-night affair with Alex, but is concerned how the repercussions
could affect her sister if their affair is discovered. The sneaking around adds
a sense of illicitness in SHOULD’VE BEEN A COWBOY.
Alex left Chicago to relocate to Wyoming and he’s made the adjustment quite
well. He’s now as laid back a cowboy as if he’d been born one. As the marketing
director of the Last Chance Ranch, he’s in the midst of planning an open house,
but his plans are coming unraveled with cancellations and weather issues. With
the arrival of Tyler, who’s a whiz at planning, they agree to work together and
act professional, despite the fact they can barely keep their hands off each
other. Of course, they get plenty of opportunity in SHOULD’VE BEEN A COWBOY to
practice keeping their hands on each other….
If you’re looking for a sexy, fun tale you can’t put down, then look no
further than SHOULD’VE BEEN A COWBOY. Grab this one before it’s off the
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