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Publisher Description

"Alison Kent holds us spellbound with deeply passionate characters, scorching sensuality and a love story hot enough to heat up the coldest of winter nights." - RT Book Reviews

"I can put anything anywhere I want to."

Electrician Sophie North felt as if she'd touched a live wire the first time she laid eyes on Tyler Barnes. He had a heartbreaking grin, an incredible body, and a thousand watts of cowboy charm. Half the single women in Brodie, Texas, were out to snag him now that he'd returned to West Texas to set up his veterinary practice.

But Sophie was just passing through. And she'd sworn never to live her life at the mercy of her passionate nature—not after passion had destroyed her family when she was a child. Nevertheless, every time Tyler came near, her response was shocking which wasn't supposed to happen. Lightning was only supposed to strike once!

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2018
June 7
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
228
Pages
PUBLISHER
Rocks and Ink
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
1.6
MB

Customer Reviews

Grannie Karon ,

Play Me

Loved this story. It has what I call, all the elements for a great read. Thank you .

Pdb44 ,

Not for me

Rating 2.5. This is my first experience with this author. I’m not a fan of the monologue story telling. Nor am I a fan of being told about the characters life experiences. I prefer to experience it with them. With that said, the story started out pretty good. Then I found myself bored to death. I did not feel a love connection between Tyler and Sophie. In fact, we did not get to enjoy their relationship grow. Sophie just told us they became friends. Next thing you knew, they were confessing their love. The concept was good, but the writing style was not for me. I felt there were holes in the story for me. I’m completely in the minority, so please give it a try.

Reading Kat ,

Good enough plot but lacks depth, and an ending.

Overall a good plot and characters, but the depth is lacking. It feels almost like the author wants the reader to fill in the details of the relationship between the characters. The “ending” left enough questions to feel almost like a cliffhanger.

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