SHOULDA BEEN A COWBOY
James is at the top of her game with the seventh entry in the super-sexy Rough Riders series. Once again the McKay family plays an integral part in the story, addressing some topical issues. There is a ménage involving the hero and heroine.
Cam is a rare McKay, one who’s not involved with ranching. He’s a deputy sheriff who’s had his eye on Domini Katzinski for a while. But he’s closed himself off from the world after the war took part of his leg and his humanity. When she approaches him, he runs away. Domini decides to make one final effort to capture his attention, and Cam realizes this might be his last chance. He also recognizes her need for a dominant male in the bedroom, and their relationship begins. Nothing is simple, however, as both have secrets, and so building trust is an issue. Just when they have reached an even keel, disaster strikes and shakes the foundation of what they’ve built. (SAMHAIN, Jun., 284 pp., $15.00)
Donna M. Brown