Number two in the MacKenzie/Blackthorn series.Tennesse and Diana's story.
LIVE FOR THE MOMENT...JUST THIS ONCE...
Diana Saxton had come to Colorado's mesa country to explore the Anasazi cliffs. She didn't want---or need---the help of Tennessee Blackthorn, a man who had her teetering between her dark past and the heat of the moment.
History had taught them both valuable lessons. And where yesterday's pain had made them prisoners...now only trust could set them free.
I really enjoyed finding out how Ten met his match. Great story and fun back and forth between the main characters. Story line moved along really well, didn't have any slow spots. A fun read.
Tennessee Blackthorn was a man to be reckoned with. Tall and commanding, the sexy ranch hand was aafraid of neither man nor beast..but he just might have met his match in diana. could she heal his wounded heart and make him forget the ache of the bitter lessons of the past (back cover)
Good Lowell as usual, never disappoints.
These four books have the laugh and cry moments in them, with cry mostly toward the end (until the happy ending of course, they are romances after all!)
The four connected SD's in order are
Fire and Rain - Luke MacKenzie and Carla McQueen
Outlaw - Tennessee Blackthorn (ramrod on Luke's ranch) and Diana Saxton
Granite Man - Cash McQueen (Carla's brother) and Mariah MacKenzie (Luke's sister)
Warrior - Nevada Blackthorn (Tennesse's brother) and Eden Summers
Warrior is my favorite of the bunch, but all are pretty good. The only complaint is the story patterns are very similar across the four books. At least the characters are different and the details. They are still fun to read. There is also a hunt for Mad Jack's gold mine that runs across several of the stories.
Reckless Love is a western adventure. It is a distant pre-quel to the four Silhouette Desires. It is the story of Janna Wayland and Ty MacKenzie. Mad Jack is a character in this book and a legend by the time of the four follow-ups.
this was a rebuy of this book due to losing it in a move. wanted to reread it. It held up and enjoyed the story again.
I am enjoying the McKenzie's and Rocking M ranch. This is a good story, I liked the action, tension and beautiful descriptions of the area. I wish she had given abit more back ground on each of the characters. They were somewhat flat. Still a good read.
#3 of five in the MacKenzie-Blackthron series.
Journeying to Colorado mesa country to study Anasazi ruins, Diana Saxton finds solace from her dark past and the promise of a passionate future in the arms of Tennessee Blackthorn.
Typical Lowell romance; not her best but an enjoyable read.
Love is found while searching in the caves of a lost culture in Colorado. Elizabeth Lowell ads excitement and danger to this teally good story.
Quick read. Good for beach reading. Loved story line
Always love Lowell, great story.