Sunday, November 13, 2011
Cowboys Like Us - Vicki Lewis Thompson (Sons of Chance)
Logan Carswell was also a guest at the Last Chance Ranch. He was here because his friend Alex Keller had just gotten married. Alex, at one time had also been a ranch guest, then worked PR for the ranch and fell in love. Logan was at loose ends due to an injury while playing baseball from the Chicago Cubs. He's also attracted to Caro Davis, a bartender at the Spirit's and Spurs Bar, a bar it was said to be haunted. The attraction between Logan and Caro was immediate and in the end, they ended up in Caro's apartment and made love.
There was so much for each of them to deal with. Caro was caring for her grandmother and Logan had to decide what to do with the rest of his life. Although he tried not to feel sorry for himself, it was hard. However, the hours he spent with Caro and out at the ranch making a baby cradle for an upcoming Chance grandchild.was enjoyable.
There were so many secondary characters in this book from the Chance men, to their wives, the Foreman, the cook, Sarah Chance......they all gave me the sense of family and community. However, I could see that Logan and Caro's relationship was changing especially when they decided to go public. Their relationship was in danger because it was changing into something serious for both of them. Plus there was the cloud hanging over Logan's head as to what career path he would follow.
Cowboys Like Us was another amazing read. Plus the fact it also had a 10th Anniversary Collection Edition which featured Notorious, another VLT amazing romance, thanks to the talented Vicki Lewis Thompson.
Back of the Book
Real cowboys aren't born. They're made…
Logan Carswell has just kissed his professional baseball career goodbye. Goodbye dreams, career and future. For now, though, he's working at the Last Chance Ranch and the town saloon, where sexy bartender Caro Davis is definitely taking his mind off his troubles…
Caro's days have been so hectic, she's forgotten all about the finer aspects of life. Like men. And sex. And really smokin'-hot sex with men like Logan. But when their two worlds collide—and boy, do they ever collide—they both realize that once the gear is off, a cowboy is still a cowboy!
(This book purchased by the reviewer)