Tuesday, February 14, 2017
BOOK REVIEW- TIL THE SUN COMES UP (McClarens Fire Mountain) Shirleen Davies
Skye MacLaren’s life revolves around her family and the fierce bucking bull stock they provide to rodeos. She’s competitive and competent, having no room in her life for a relationship—including one with a world champion rider and business competitor.
Gage Templeton’s rodeo past and executive position with a national bucking stock supplier assures him of exciting work and nights with any woman he chooses. He’ll let no one get close—until his company partners with a competitor, forcing him to work with the one woman who could turn his resolve upside down.
Knowing a relationship is the last thing either needs, both charge ahead, certain they can keep their explosive feelings for each other in check—and away from curious family and friends. Continuing their secret encounters becomes even harder when outside forces threaten both their businesses and the people they care about.
As Gage works to discover the threat meant to cripple his company, Skye’s doubts increase. She wants more from the most magnetic man she’s ever known, but protecting her heart must come first.
Desire, distrust, fear, and the pain of the past cloud their minds, even as they work together to identify the danger. Can two strong, determined people conquer the perils to their lives as well as their hearts?
‘Til the Sun Comes Up, book eight in the MacLarens of Fire Mountain Contemporary western romance series, is a full-length novel with an HEA and no cliffhanger. AMAZON 4 STARS
Quite the dramatic start to the book. When it came to relationships or supposedly non-relationships,
I had to smile. It was pretty clear really early in the story that both Gage and Skye were both lying to themselves when it came to their attraction to each other. They were more involved than they ever wanted to be before they even slept together. The story had mysteries when it came to what was coming against the businesses. At first, they weren't sure if anything really was going on but things kept seeming to be just a bit off. The hard part was trying to find out, who was doing it and what exactly was being smuggled and how. The closer they get to following any leads, the more dangerous it gets of course.
Although I enjoyed the book, the cast of characters got to the point for me that it felt a little bit overwhelming. And I've read some of the other books and it was still hard for me to keep up.
"I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for a review."