- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- January 2013
Fifteen years ago, Skye Erikson tucked tail and ran far from Tulsa, Oklahoma and railroader Brock Masterson. For six months their relationship blossomed into a raging love affair filled with hot, erotic nights. The relationship became intense and bordered on becoming serious, prompting Skye to run.
The years passed, but the memories endured, inhabiting her heart and mind. Brock had been the one man to masterfully control her body without words. She had thought of him over the years, and at times she considered trying to find him again, but fear prevented her from doing so.
A trip back to Tulsa lands her back in the strong arms of Brock, and she becomes a slave to the passion that once bubbled between them. Their intimate encounters rekindle a firestorm that cannot be denied any longer.
Will she admit her love for him or run again?
Book Review by Lynn (reviewer)
Mar 08, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
109 people found the following review helpful
LEATHER AND STEEL is a brief, passionate story of heartache, loss, honesty, and reconnection.
After fifteen years away, Skye returns to her hometown for the funeral of her best friend's father. She is shocked to run into Brock, the very man that caused her hasty departure all those years ago. Skye had big plans for her life and, at twenty-one, the seriousness of her relationship with Brock scared her away. Her fear of finding Brock happy with someone else kept Skye from ever attempting to reconnect with him.
When the two come face to face they are both hit with a rush of emotions. They are both still wildly attracted to one another but Brock is still holding on to his pain from Skye leaving him without warning and Skye is filled with regret over leaving. Brock decides to have one steamy night with Skye to finally get her out of his system, but that plan backfires. The emotions that are stirred up during their night together force both of them to admit their true feelings.
Sweet, hot, and emotional. A great, quick read in which the author portrays these wonderfully strong emotions so honestly that I cared about the characters and what happened to them.
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