Coffee and a Review with Lawless Love by Andrea Downing

coffee-and-kahlua-pots-de-creme-4Sorry this is so late today, but here it is for you late night coffee drinkers.  I’m gonna start your week off with a novella by Andrea Downing.  Lawless Love is a nice little western romance.  Definitely a nice start to your week.  For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.  Have a great week everyone.  Oh and don’t forget my giveaway I still have going on til Sunday.

18172090Book Blurb:

Lacey Everhart has carved out a tough existence in the wilds of 1880s Wyoming, working hard to build a secure life for herself and her younger brother, Luke. She will stop at nothing to protect what’s hers and keep them safe. Even if it means keeping a secret that could destroy their lives.

Marshal Dylan J. Kane is a man who considers everything as black and white, right or wrong. He’s never seen life any other way until he sets eyes on Lacey. Suddenly the straight and narrow that he’s followed has a few twists and turns. Loving Lacey offers the home life for which he hankers…but can he really love a woman who seems to be plain lawless?

Review:

Lacey has worked very hard to provide a life in the west for her and her brother.  When Marshal Dylan Kane waltzes into her life investigating a possible homicide and horse thievery Lacey is thrown for a loop.  Dylan finds he can’t help himself when it comes to Lacey.  Everything he has ever known is black and white, but when it comes to her there is so much gray.  Dylan must make some hard decisions when his case and Lacey’s life collide and she and her brother are suspects.  Will Dylan follow the black and white of the law or the gray of his heart?

I really liked this novella.  I think it was a very complete story for a novella.  The character development and story came full circle.  I really felt fulfilled with this story when it was finished.  I totally fell for Dylan and loved Lacey’s spunk.  Their was also an emotional level I wasn’t expecting with this story.  I think you will be surprised when you read this book.  It is definitely a novella you feel is a novel.  I can’t wait for Andrea Downing’s next western romance!

 

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