Forbidden Thunder is a solid good book. While I wasn't falling out of my chair in humor, nor holding my breath in suspense, I was entertained. Forbidden Thunder brings us a very caring hero and his love, though reluctant for the daughter of an old family enemy. Caila was a riot. Her history, as it slowly unfolded, was filled with more interesting tidbits one after another.
I loved reading about John and Caila, as well as, Caila's very interesting, very sexy brothers (who have to have their stories told) John was a typical Alpha in his protective manner towards Caila but I appreciated how he still went out of her way to allow her the ability to be independent and still do the things she loved. Readers will enjoy this and be as satisfied as I was when the last page ends.
Contemporary Champagne Rose
Page Count: 348
Never, ever call Four Sons! Caila McKenna understands the rule. A truck accident and her brother’s life held in the balance, force her to make the call to the large towing company for help. John Thunder, the owner of Four Sons agrees, but assistance comes at an extremely high price. It seems that all the strong, confident, Native American wants from a McKenna is money and pain.
John gathers his brothers for a rescue and recovery. A forty year old debt would finally be settled and the McKenna’s would pay. John’s proud of his reputation for being hard but fair, and can’t seem to balance the two when dealing with Caila. Work boots and a man’s shirt don’t hide the intriguing woman beneath. Simple negotiations over a black and white contract suddenly seem gray as John tries to remember all the reasons he should keep dealings with Caila strictly business.