KARYNA DA ROSA
The Wild Rose Press
Rating: 4 Cups
Cassie Taylor does not need a man to take care of her. Since inheriting her father’s ranch, she can handle any situation until Cole Mitchell rides upon her land and steals her heart. It does not take Cassie long to learn men do not like taking orders from women but that does not stop the way she runs her ranch.
Cole Mitchell, gunslinger, does not wish to work for evil landowner Barrington. After seeing how Cassie, and some of the others in the valley, are treated, he feels it is time to make things right.
Since she owns the water rights that supply the water to the local ranchers and others. When a drought hits she must ration water, which does not appease some of the ranchers, Barrington for one, who would love to put Cassie in her place. He even treats his wife, Katherine, with extreme disgust. Katherine is smarter than her husband gives her credit. After Cole meets Cassie, they do not hit it off their first visit but after learning from Katherine that her husband plans on sending some men to put Cassie in her place, Cole rushes to Cassie’s defense. Now Cassie feels she has surrendered her heart and trust once she falls into Cole’s embraceable arms.
Dry Moon took me by surprise. Enticing, thrilling, edge of the seat entertainment that spins with great freshness in an explosive read that satisfies. I admire the sass, spirit and determination of Cassie. Cole is the cowboy that oozes with credibility to make things right and to protect the innocent. Karyna Da Rosa has hooked me as a reader with this winning read. The in-depth secondary characters add just the right amount of essentials to make the storyline rapidly moving while keeping the reader engaged in this worthwhile romance.
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