Book Review of Lucas: The Loner (Sons and Lovers) (Silhouette Desire, No 975)

Lucas: The Loner (Sons and Lovers) (Silhouette Desire, No 975)
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STAND BACK SO YOU WON'T GET BURNED!
KELSEY GATES IS A BOLD, BRASH, IN-YOUR-FACE REPORTER TRYING TO COME TO GRIPS WITH MAKING A NAME FOR HERSELF ON HER FATHER'S NEWSPAPER. SHE THINKS SHE'S DISCOVERED THE NEXT HOTTEST SCANDAL TO HIT THE PRESIDENCY SINCE IRAN-CONTRA. UNDER THE GUISE OF AN INTERVIEW WITH A RANCHER ABOUT HIS STANCE ON FEDERAL LAND GRAZING RIGHTS, SHE NOT ONLY ANTAGONIZES LUCAS CALDWELL BUT SETS HIS BLOOD ON FIRE. HE IS EVERYTHING SHE'S HEARD ABOUT AND MORE--HARD-EDGED, MACHO, AND ALL MAN. I COULDN'T PUT THIS BOOK DOWN FOR WANT OF KNOWING WHAT THEY WOULD DO OR SAY NEXT. I LAUGHED AT THEIR SASSY REJOINDERS AND SARCASTIC REMARKS TO EACH OTHER, AND IN THE NEXT PARAGRAPH, HAD CHILLS FROM THE SIZZLING SPARKS THAT FLEW BACK AND FORTH BETWEEN THEM. HE WANTS HER GONE BUT AT THE SAME TIME HE WANTS HER IN HIS BED. SHE WANTS TO UNCOVER THE SUPPOSED SECRET SCANDAL BUT AT THE SAME TIME WANTS HIM. KEEP A FIRE EXTINGUISHER CLOSE WHEN YOU'RE READING THIS ONE AND CLOSE THE DOOR TO THE READING ROOM BECAUSE OF THE OUT-LOUD LAUGHING YOU'LL BE DOING.