GONE COUNTRY by Lorelei James
Gone Country by Lorelei James
Rough Riders, Book 14
Contemporary Western, Erotic
Reviewed by Miranda
Rielle Wetzler finally has her life exactly how she wants it. She was a young single mother with hippie parents but she provided a stable home for her daughter and now she has sent her little girl off to college. However, she’s scared her perfect world may come to a halt when she learns the man that owns the house she rents is coming to claim it.
Gavin Daniels is having trouble with his wayward daughter. After she gets in trouble with the law Gavin decides it’s time for some different scenery. Now is the perfect time to get to know his birth parents the McKays in Sundance, Wyoming. However, he never counted on the complication of his renter Rielle.
Instead of kicking her out Gavin and Rielle decide to split the house at least until she can build her own. But how long will these two consenting adults be able to keep their hands off each other while living in such close quarters?
Lorelei James continues her excellent Rough Rider series with Gone Country. This is one of my favorite Rough Rider books. Nobody does cowboys like Lorelei James. While Gavin may have grown up a city slicker his need to protect his daughter brings him closer to the family he never had the chance to love. Gavin and his daughter Sierra receive quite the country welcome when they arrive.
Gavin and Rielle have lovely chemistry. I absolutely love their story. Rielle is a strong woman, the type you root for. It’s so much fun getting to know Gavin and the scenes between him and his parents are beautifully written as are the ones between Gavin and Sierra. Sierra is quite the star in Gone Country. She is the type of character you can’t help but feel for. She grows a lot in this novel.
The thing I love about Ms. James’ stories is that she gives her readers a hot wonderful story that you just want more of! It’s so great getting to spend time with all of the McKays again. They provide some very humorous scenes in Gone Country. Gone Country is a superb read!