- Randi Alexander
- Release Date
- May 2015
- Book 2 of The Sons of Dusty Walker
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Western Romance
When rodeo bronc rider Jackson Walker's father passes away, he's shocked to find he's not the only son of Dusty Walker. His dad had three other families at compass points around the country. When a stipulation in Dusty's will requires him to live in his dad's house and work at his company for one week, Jackson heads to Red Creek, Kansas to get it over with, so he can get the hell back to his regularly scheduled life.
Computer engineer Rori Hughes needs to solidify her position in Dusty's company, but the only one of his four sons available is Jackson, and Rori has a mighty low opinion of rodeo cowboys. Finding inconsistencies in the computer files, Rori and Jackson work together to solve the mystery, but their constant contact fires a red-hot desire that burns wild between them.
Spending their days at Dusty's opulent lakeside home, and their nights together making love, they both ignore the warning signs that point to their attraction becoming more than merely sexual. Jackson's time in Red Creek is coming to an end, but can he follow his original plan and leave town, breaking away from smart, beautiful, sexy Rori?
Jul 04, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
143 people found the following review helpful
The Sons of Dusty Walker revolves around four brothers, each with their own book. The thing is, none of the brothers had any idea the others existed until Dusty, their father, died and the attorney informed them they were related. Although it wasn't that hard to figure out once they all saw each to other, they all look very similar. They might look similar, but each of them is their own person. In this book we are focused on Jackson.
Dusty created four families in four different states and I'm not quite sure how a person could handle that kind of news, but Jackson does a good job at maintaining some normalcy, even though he is still reeling from the shock. Because of Dusty's will, the brothers each get a quarter of the billion dollar company, but only if they each spend some time learning about the business. Jackson is not a businessman, his focus is on the rodeo and is just biding his time until he can take off. But when Jackson sees Rori, all bets are off.
I love Rori as a character. She is smart, like super smart, and has her own company. She knows Jackson is only there for a short amount of time and doesn't expect much. The attraction between her and Jackson is noticeable right from the start, but there are reasons why they shouldn't pursue a relationship. Only, their attraction to each other is too hot to keep contained and as they work together to solve a problem, they find out how explosive their chemistry is. But how can they possibly have a relationship when Jackson has one foot out the door?
I enjoyed reading about Jackson and Rori. The characters were intriguing, the storyline was beyond interesting, and the story was written well. I really liked how this author gave us some insight into Dusty and why he did what he did. I'm very interested in reading about the other three brothers and will check out their stories as well.
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