"Full of heart and passion."—JODI THOMAS, New York Times bestselling author, for Cowboy Fever
She's Looking for an Old Friend...What She Finds is One Hot Cowboy
In the wake of a nasty divorce, Lacey Bradford heads for Wyoming where she’s counting on an old friend to take her in. But her high school pal Chase Caldwell is no longer the gangly boy who would follow her anywhere. For one thing, he’s now incredibly buff and handsome, but that’s not all that’s changed.
Chase has been through tough times and is less than thrilled to see the girl who once broke his heart. But try as he might to resist her, while Lacey’s putting her life back together, he’s finding new ways to be part of it.
Praise for Tall, Dark and Cowboy:
"A hot cowboy, a saucy heroine, and enough tension to keep you turning the pages."—The Long and Short of It Reviews
"Charming... Readers will be fascinated by the characters."—RT Book Reviews
"Another steamy, suspenseful offering from the popular Kennedy." —Booklist
"A sassy and sexy wild ride that is more fun than a wild hootenanny! Don't miss it!"—The Romance Reviews
So I'm reading the book and kids enjoying it when I get to page155 where the author seems to have a problem using the word black. Be real "the pot calling the kettle names". It disgusts me in 2012 to see ignorance still set in text. The pot is black the kettle is black. Who does this offend geesh.