A Tall Dark Cowboy by Mackenzie McKade (Review)

A Tall Dark CowboyJust looking for a good time:
Waiting tables in a bar full of no-good cowboys isn’t Lacy Mason’s idea of fun. But between her daughter’s illness, endless doctor bills, and her college tuition, she needs the money. What she could really use is a night of no-holds-barred passion and no-strings-attached sex. Too bad she has sworn off cowboys for life!
A guy walks into a bar:
Full-time executive and retired cowboy Wyatt Anderson is drawn to Lacy from the moment he sees her. But she’s an enigma. Daring and assured one moment and hesitant the next, it’s as if something haunts her. Only willing to give him one night, Lacy clings tightly to her secrets. Unfortunately for her, what Wyatt wants, Wyatt gets. And he definitely wants Lacy!

A Review by Beckey

This may sound like a real lame but the best way I can sum this book up would one night of sex leads to another and then another with some of it being “make up” and “forgive each others faults” sex… and I can go on. Very little plot or emotional connection occurring between the main characters in my mind.

It was just an ok type of story.

About the author

Born and raised in Arizona, I guess you’d call me a desert rat. Well, actually, I’d be a desert rat that loves the mountains and lakes. Arizona gives me great pleasure, because if I’m not at the computer writing or buried nose deep in a book you’ll find me on a four-wheeler, or a jet ski, or being pulled behind my 26’ Monterey boat on an oblong tube called a ‘hot dog’ laughing my ass off. In fact, my family says I have an unnerving cackle cutting through the waves–similar to a witch!

Yes, that’s right this witch has a family… Bill is my wonderful husband of twenty-two years. Tia, Samantha and Ashley are my three beautiful girls and my greatest accomplishments to date. And the light of my life is a devilishly handsome grandson, Dusty.

As writing is a passion with many—it’s an obsession with me. Who knew that the wild things going on in my head someone would actually read? But I’m thankful you do and I hope you find joy and entertainment in my sometimes—okay most of the time—risqué ramblings

 

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