Lone Heart

A Red Hot Weekend Story

“Lone Heart: Red Hot Weekend” is an erotic novella by Delilah Devlin. Charli Kudrow is looking for a hand to help with the cattle and other ranch duties. She never expects the young cowboy drifting through town to stay to help her on the ranch and to find her as attractive as she finds him. Lone Wyatt (Lonny) has quit the rodeo circuit but is not sure where he wants to settle, especially now that a former lover and his brother are happily married. His searing attraction to the reticent widow makes him willing to fight to overcome her reservations but she has to decide whether she’ll let him into her heart as well as her bed.

A wonderfully spicy quickie read that has engaging characters and a sweet romance, what more could you ask for? Hopefully, more tales about the Wyatts and their women.


Book Blurb for Lone Heart

When temptation catches fire, saddle up and hang on for the ride.

Lone Wyatt is a long way from his Colorado home. After his brother married the woman they both loved, he figured it’d be best if he was out of the way. He’d like to have his own one-and-only, but he’s in no rush. Until he saunters into a small Oklahoma town and spots Charli Kudrow. One wary glance from her haunted eyes, and he knows there’s hidden fire inside her just waiting to erupt. And he’s ready to tear through every objection she can think up.

Charli intends to slip out of Shooters unnoticed as soon as she’s done pinning a help wanted notice to the bulletin board. But there’s a cowboy at the bar with a killer smile who seems hell-bent on seducing her. And she feels something she hasn’t felt in five long years of widowhood—a spark of attraction. Thinking she’ll never see him again, she succumbs to temptation, only to discover that little “spark” is more like a raging wildfire.

One weekend is all he asks. One weekend to prove there’s more between them than just blazing hot sex…

Warning: Sometimes, love happens in an instant, but it takes a lot of sexin’ up to make one stubborn woman a believer.


Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2012 4.50