Cowboy of the Night by Tambra Kendall

Cowboy of the Night by Tambra Kendall
Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Genre: Action/Adventure, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (69 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/F
Rating: 3.5 Cherries
Review by Tiger Lily

Morgan Remington is forced back in time by The Vampiric Council of Darkness. The Hunter, a vampire exterminator, follows Morgan intent on killing him. Adara Galbraith is from the future, sent to 1880’s Texas to stop The Hunter who hides a deadly secret. Adara and Morgan discover the passion of a lifetime, but will they live long enough to enjoy it?

He’s in Loving, Texas and ready to leave. She’s his salvation. What happens when they meet? Ooh, baby, it’s red-hot. He’s looking for his mate and she’s in need of her Cowboy of the Night.

When I opened this novella, I wasn’t sure what I was getting into. Was this a fantasy? Paranormal? But upon reading, the combination of fantasy and paranormal genres made this story memorable and unique. Tambra Kendall’s story keeps the reader riveted throughout. You want to know what’s going to happen to these people. Her characters are strong individuals that want to be loved and fight the evil trying to tear them apart.

I liked the idea of the heroine saving the hero. Oh, sure, he could hold his own and yes, he knew who he was up against, but I loved the idea that she kicked behind to save is hide. Although I thought the hero and heroine spent a bit too much time apart in the beginning in favor of revealing back story, I liked the idea that his back was up against a wall.

I would’ve liked to have had the antagonists, though very mean and fun to see in the story, have a bigger role in the story. We knew why the hero was in trouble, but I felt the antagonist needed to be more visible in order to be more unlikable. But the sex scenes and the mating were truly powerful and passion filled.

If you want a vampire story that’s a little left of center and totally full of steam, then you need to read Cowboy of the Night. You won’t want to miss it. I give this work 3 ½ cherries.


  1. Thank you, Tiger Lily for the wonderful review.


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