"Years ago, Canyon Westmoreland let misunderstandings come between him and Keisha Ashford. But when Keisha returns to town with a two-year-old son, it's time to settle things once and for all."
Pages: 192 pages
Publisher: Harlequin Desire on Aug. 6th 2013
Form: E-book (from NetGalley for an honest review)
Genre: Contemporary Cowboy Romance
Series: Westmoreland Novel #25
Amazon: Buy / $4.39 (Kindle) ( EU price, click to see yours )
Barnes & Noble: Buy / $3.82 (Nook)
Excerpt: Chapter 1
The second of a new trilogy starring three Westmorelands who are impossible to resist: Zane, Canyon and Stern.
"Years ago, Canyon Westmoreland let misunderstandings come between him and Keisha Ashford. But when Keisha returns to town with a two-year-old son, it's time to settle things once and for all.
A blazing attraction still burns between them, and this time around, nothing will stop Canyon from claiming what is his - his woman and his child." ~ From Goodreads
"I'm desperate to read Canyon which is next in line to be published - and then Stern. The author has a new fan in me!" ~ From my "Zane" Review
And the Westmorelands are back! I loved Canyon's story, not only was it about his relationship with Keisha, and trying to make her believe he never cheated on her - but about discovering Keisha kept the birth of their son from him. There's something that are hard to forgive. I liked the fact that we started with him still having feelings for her, then he discovers he has a son and he gets mighty pissed off a Keisha. Add in the fact someone is trashing Keisha's house, and threatening his newly discovered son... No boring moments in this book!
There is something about these Westemoreland men that just revs your engines, all tall, dark and handsome, smooth, charming and sexy as sin - what's not to like honestly. Plus they are fiercely loyal and stick together as family in a way that is sexy on it's own... Canyon is a great addition to the mix he's all that and he takes into being a father like duck to water. It's sweet, adorable and again sexy. I know right, "stop saying sexy". ;)
Keisha had a lot to reform to, first Canyon discovering she'd held a son from him, her house trashed, moving in with Canyon and watching all those abandoned feelings reappear, unwanted mind you, she's not willing to admit maybe he didn't cheat on her those years ago, because if so then... just what has she done to both of them, to their son. Loved her story arch! And the kid wasn't annoying, wohoo!
And the romance, hot. With all the drama, they still couldn't help checking each other out.
Something I didn't address in the "Zane" review, this is actually the first series for me with african american couples - I thought these might have been harder reads, as I imagined somethings I might not get, but silly me that was not the case, I absolutely love these books and there are no references I didn't get.
I just read Stern, so eyes open for that review early next month. ;)
Those of you who love second chances and a cowboy desperate to have his girl trust him again this novel comes highly recommended!
Have you read the Westmorelands series before?
What did you think?
Should I go back and read some
and if yes, which ones?!