Well HAWT Dame. Ms. Lowe hasn’t lost her touch. We are at book six in The Wolves of Twin Moon Ranch and it’s just as phenomenal and breathtaking as all the others.
We have Carly the youngest of the Hawthorne’s and Luke a bad boy who is ready to turn over a new leaf.
These two complemented each other perfectly. Carly is the wild child and only does one night stands, no attachments. She has some deep issues that as a women, child, and mother I can understand. Some of use, like Carly, don’t want to end up like our mothers. Luke has a horrific past that will bring tears to your eyes when it comes out. He didn’t have an easy life and became a wonder, a drifter, and a bad boy rogue bicker. Their budding romance isn’t easy and each of them have demons they must over come, but when they do come together we are treated to well written and sensual scenes. It’s lovely that they find what they need in each other, peach and tranquility.
We are also treated to some tender moments, moments that define the characters, and heart stoping moments. As always the emotional struggles the characters go through feel so real and the action fight scenes are outstanding.
Desert Roots well leave you breathless and satisfied.
Rated: 4.5 Stars
*Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy provided by Anna Lowe with the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments and ratings are my own.
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