**Asphalt Cowboys Do It With Straps & Chains**
The Road Is His Future…
Longtime steel hauler, Mason Kaine, a.k.a. Renegade only needed a few things to be happy; the whisper of his tires on that long ribbon of highway in front of him, money and a life with no complications. Being an Asphalt Cowboy means long, lonely hours on the road, dedication to the job and going wherever the loads are needed. Mason liked it that way. Meeting a feisty blonde whose allure is more potent than the finest Kentucky bourbon was not on his itinerary. He knows he should just walk away and leave the woman to deal with whatever mess she’s in. But can he really just leave her alone and injured at a truck stop when he knows she’s in way over her head?
She’s Running From Her Past…
Savannah Somers has been on the run and in hiding for more than four years. Working at a truck stop hundreds of miles from her former life, she’s been able to blend in and stay safe. That is, until two people from her old life and Mason Kaine walk into her new life on the same day. With her past chomping at her heels and Mason Kaine’s scorching sex appeal, Savannah finds herself on a path with twice the danger and more than just her life at risk.
Can Savannah find the safety she’s always needed in the arms of a man like Renegade?
Will Mason be able to save Savannah without finding himself chained to a lifetime of complications?
It’ll take more than one hot load to find out if they’ll make it together…for the long haul.
The tag line really does say it all–asphalt cowboys do it with straps and chains.
I love the work of Madison Sevier and the Asphalt Cowboys are a great addition to what she’s already written. The dialogue is snappy and the characters have great chemistry. I raced through this book and had to know what would happen next. Had to.
Savannah is a great foil for Mason. He’s got a big heart and is willing to jump in when she needs him, but that’s part of the problem–she doesn’t want to need him. I loved it. He gives her a run for her money and she keeps him on his toes.
I have to admit there’s a portion of the story that isn’t for the faint of heart. Ms Sevier handles the topic of dog fighting in the book. It’s not pretty, but it’s never pretty. It’s handled with care, but still, if you don’t even want to read about it, you might want to skip over that part.
I said the chemistry is off the charts. I loved how he cared about her and wanted the best for her, even if it broke his heart. If you want a book that’s heavy on the heart and hot romance, then this might be the book for you.