Strong, Silent Cowboy (Moving Violations #2)
by Lora Leigh and Veronica Chadwick
He Will Do Anything…Sallie Hamblen had three incredibly hot, sexy nights with Jacob Donovan, an undercover CIA agent, before he disappeared, leaving her broken hearted and forever yearning for the man she lost. Years later, Jacob doesn’t know that the beauty he’s about to seduce in a small town bar is the woman he held in his arms all those years ago… and that she’s on the run from her past.To Keep Her Safe…Former CIA agent turned cowboy, Jacob Donovan wants nothing more than a simple life. Just the ranch and occasionally someone warm and sweet in his bed. Until Sallie comes back into his life and all of a sudden he wants to be in her bed every night...all night. When he discovers that her life is in danger, he swears he’ll protect her. Even when secrets are revealed that threaten everything between them, he will lay everything on the line to keep her in his arms.
This was a lot HOTTER than most romantic suspense I've read ... but I am definitely not complaining. For a long time, I have felt that romantic suspense if my favorite genre and that might still be true but I don't find as many books in the genre that sing for me anymore. This book was pretty good however and I am interested in reading more from these authors if they have other books in this genre. I could have done with a bit more explanation of the events leading up to the suspense but I enjoyed this book..
Strong, Silent Cowboy came out yesterday on March 9, 2021 and you can purchase HERE. I will definitely check out more in this series!
She'd been here for three years, far longer than she'd expected to be when she first arrived. With a lot of luck, she'd finally managed to escape whoever had chased her since the night four years ago when she'd been forced to run from home.
Four years, she thought, staring into the darkness beyond the truck's lights. She was only twenty-four, and sometimes, she felt eons older. Her life was being stolen, taken from her, one year at a time, and what had she missed the most?
She'd missed Jacob's touch.