“Lone Star Nights” is really two books in one as readers get a bonus story. “Lone Star Nights” is Cassie and Lucky's story. Cassie and Lucky are both interesting characters and they made me laugh. Having your own life is different for everyone but to change it up and take responsibility for two kids is something else. They could have easily said no and continued on with their lives.
Bull riders have fascinated me and Lucky made me enjoy it even more. Marla was a very interesting character. What she's able to do is quite fascinating. I had no problem understanding the plot and the sentences flowed really well.
The second story is “Cowboy Trouble”. The very first sentences caught my attention and had me cracking up. Rico and Natalie have a strange relationship but that's to be expected when exes come around each other or so Rico thought. He gets the shock of his life when Natalie comes to his ranch and tells him news that changes his world.
Even though “Cowboy Trouble” qualifies as a short story it was an enjoyable story to read and I liked it very much.
No strings attached is pretty much Lucky McCord's calling card in Spring Hill, Texas, but when family is on the line, this cowboy's honor and heart are about to get lassoed, tied and branded
Every family needs its black sheep, and Austin "Lucky" McCord is happy to oblige. The bad-boy bull rider lives fast and loose, until his business partner leaves him an unexpected bequest. Suddenly Lucky is sharing custody of two children with Cassie Weatherall, one of the few homegrown women he hasn't bedded. And not from lack of trying…
Cassie fled her messy past to become a celebrity therapist in LA. So why does it feel so right to come back and share parenting duties—and chrome-melting kisses—with a man she's striven to avoid? Loving Lucky always seemed like a sure bet for heartache. But for this perfectly imperfect family, Cassie might just gamble with everything she's got.