First in a brand-new series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Lora Leigh and Veronica Chadwick about one mans pursuit of justiceand unbridled desire. LAW AND ORDER. For as long as Samantha can remember, Huntera man as strong as steel, with a heart of goldhas been her hero. It came as no surprise to Samantha when she found out that the ranch-hardened cowboy who al...
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One Tough Cowboy Reviews
Wow! Talk about sizzling! This book will absolutely melt anything within its vicinity and then some. To tame the heat, just a bit, is a mystery at its center, one that Hunter and Samantha are trying to solve. With shifty characters and a mayor that has his own interest at heart, this plot took us on a wild ride.
Hunter is a strong alpha hero, possessive and protective of his heroine even though she’s more than capable of taking care of herself. They knew each other when she was still a child and ...more
RATING 4.5 STARS
One Tough Cowboy is book one in the brand new series, Moving Violations by Lora Leigh and Veronica Chadwick. This is my very first book by both of these authors and what a way to start the New Year. This had pretty much everything I love in a book. Sweet romance, smokin smexy times, and intense suspense that kept me on the edge of my seat.
Samantha (Sam) Ryder spent her first eleven years in the small community of Deerhaven, California before her family moved away. She had known ...more
Holy smokes! One smoking hot read! 3.5 Stars
This book took me by surprise. I’ve read others by Lora Leigh and thought I knew what I was getting into. But this story has a lot of pluses, which are awesome, but also some minuses as well.
I enjoy a great romantic suspense and that’s what this book really was. Very little on the actual cowboy aspect so I’m not sure why the title included “cowboy”. I think it would’ve been fine with sheriff because that is what this hot piece of ...more
I have read multiple books written by Lora Leigh and I especially enjoyed her Elite Ops series. It was pretty damn HOT.. if I do say so myself. Now as much as I love my military men...there is one thing that gets me even hotter that...Cowboys. They are my Kryptonite !!! So I figured with this author and this title...I could not go wrong.
I was a bit misled here though. The title made me think full-on cowboy story...but Hunter, our hero is the sheriff, and Sam, the heroine...is a cop. It's a goo ...more
If there is one thing I can always count on from Lora Leigh, it's the heat. Lordy can that woman write sexual tension like no other! Honestly, she can write anything and I'll read it just for that alone.
This wasn't exactly what I was expecting. We do have a few cowboys and Hunter does own a ranch, but this was more of a romantic suspense story instead of a cowboy story. Hunter is the sheriff and Sam is a cop from Detroit. She came home for her aunt's funeral and gets embroiled into a scary situa ...more
Who knew a little town like Deerhaven, CA could be such a hotbed of intrigue and trouble? One Tough Cowboy is one wild ride of a book – and I can’t tell you much about the story as I’m afraid I’d give you spoilers…and it’s so much more fun if you read all about it yourself. Seriously, right from the very beginning of the story, we find out about three deaths: the mayor’s wife, the former sheriff, and a longtime friend of theirs.
One Tough Cowboy is a story about Samantha Ryder (call her Sam or Sa ...more
I loved the instant heat between Sam and Hunter. Teenage attraction blossoms into adult love. With all the mystery and danger surrounding them, they found time to connect. I enjoyed how the story built up, keeping you wondering what was next. Watching Sam and Hunter work as well as play and learn about each other made this a good read.
I received an ARC through Netgalley, and this is my unsolicited review.
I was really excited about this book! Lora Leigh has been one of my favorite go-tos when I'm in the mood for a dirty talking uber alpha. Make him a cowboy, and I'm chomping at the bit! Unfortunately, this book was better in theory than it turned out in practice.
I loved the set up and potential of the story. Samantha has always loved Hunter from afar. He was ten years her senior while she was a troublemaking child and her crush was ultimately water under the bridge of their years apart. Bu ...more