Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Real Men Last All Night - Lora Leigh, Lori Foster, Cheyenne McCray, Heidi Betts (Griffin - June 2009)

Cooper’s Fall by Lora Leigh
Former ranger turned bar owner Ethan Cooper never expected to get an eyeful of prim Miss Sarah Fox from his attic window one hot summer afternoon. But now his blood is on fire for the delicious little minx.

OK story.  Didn't really seem to be much of a plot, just lots of bedroom action.

Luring Lucy by Lori Foster
All Lucy was looking for when she went to her vacation home was in innocent fling to quell the yearning she had felt since her husband died four years ago. She never expected her longtime friend Bram to lure her into a love affair so hot.

I liked this one a little better.  Lucy is ready to move on after her cheating husband's death and is looking for a short fling.  Family friend Bram has been in love with her all along and is determined she won't be "flinging" with anyone but him.

The Edge of Sin by Cheyenne McCray
Zane Steele lives a life of extraordinary danger as a government agent and has never let anyone get too close. Then he sees the one woman who changes his life forever.

Zane has avoided any kind of relationships because of the dangers of his job.  When he meets Willow that starts to change right away.  He can't get her off his mind.  I really liked her attitude that she's quite capable of making up her mind who to be with and how to protect herself from danger.  I really loved the basketball game with Zane's brothers and sister. 

Wanted: A Real Man by Heidi Betts
Claire left her high school sweetheart Linc, in search of a better life. Ten years later she needs his help as a U.S. Marshal to find her missing daughter…Linc's daughter. Reeling with the knowledge of a daughter he’s never known, Linc sets out to claim what’s his.

This one seemed to have the most plot to the story rather than just an excuse to get the characters into bed.  Claire's ex-husband has taken her daughter threatening to arrange to get sole custody even though he isn't her biological father.  Claire goes to Linc, who is the father though he doesn't know it, for help finding her.  Though justifiably angry he immediately enlists fellow marshals to help.  Spending time with Claire makes him realize he's never forgotten her.  I liked the fact that they actually did some talking to resolve their pasts.

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