Review: Her Renegade Cowboy by Lora Leigh

He will risk his life…

The oh-so-proper school teacher, Lily Donovan has learned, the hard way, that men are not to be trusted. Period. Until Levi Roberts, the new cowboy working at her cousin's ranch, tempts her carefully-built resolve and awakens an all-consuming passion she thought lay dormant. But when she discovers his deadly secret, and her own secrets come to light, Lily unwittingly joins the lethal cat and mouse race between Levi and the man he’s been hunting for weeks.

To save her heart…

Former Ranger Levi Roberts has seen his fair share of deadly trouble during his years as a tough-as-nails operative. The ultimate expert in undercover investigations, he’s been tasked to find a man with a dangerous agenda in town. Routine work has been boring…until he runs into Lily, the prickly school teacher who tempts him like no other. Getting under her skin has been deliciously satisfying for his red-hot desire, but when Lily lands in the hands of the very man he’s been investigating, Levi will have to fight with every ounce of his heart and soul to save her—and to heal the heart he broke.
I really have enjoyed this trilogy and I'm sad that it's ending. I want more of this series. Sadly there isn't more but hopefully, someday with will get a story about the neighbors. 

Until her next book let's talk about this one. I've been loving this series and couldn't wait for this one. I so liked Lily in the last book and knew she'd make a perfect heroine. And for the most part, she was. At times she could be a little too hard but once you get into the story you understand where it's coming from. 

She grew up happy but then it stopped. I'd go into more of why but you need to read it for yourself. As she became harder as a person her attitude changed completely. Happily, she meets and falls for Levi. He seems to bring out the best in her and makes her happy. 

I love Levi. He has a job to do but his caring for Lily makes it so that she comes first above all else. He'd do anything to protect her even if that means losing her. 

So much goes on within the story and there are so many enjoyable characters that you'll want to know more about. From the first page, the story moves pretty quickly and you feel a little tense throughout most of it for poor Lily. All of this makes for a great story. 

This is a great trilogy and should be read in order to fully enjoy it. Since it's only three books that should be easy. Have any of you read her before?




Comments

  1. Great review you have there. I like this author, but I haven't read this series yet but I plan to very soon.

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