Sunday, January 31, 2016

Book "Taken by the Sheriff" by Lolita London

About the Book: Widowed Sheriff Terrence Evans has lost it all. No matter how much he throws himself into work, his loneliness is eating him up. Governess Amanda Carter didn't plan to fall for her boss, and certainly didn't plan to submit to him out of wedlock. She quickly finds that his commanding tongue and firm hand, however, ignites something within her that nothing can extinguish. Or so she thinks. The passionate whirlwind comes to a halt, however, when they find out that she's pregnant. Can they have it all together? Or is this a scandal that will tear apart more than just their hearts, but their small town as well?

About the Author: Lolita London lives with her husband and two children in Austin, Texas. When she's not writing steamy erotic romance she enjoys horseback riding, traveling and trying new things.
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My Review: This is another well written romance from this author. A young lady (Amanda) is the younger of three daughters from a family in Boston. She receives an offer to work as a governess and she travels from Boston to Wyoming to meet the family that is hiring her. Upon arriving at the designated place, she finds out that the kids she has to take care are completely out of control and she starts looking for a local alternate job, as returning to her home would be too humiliating. Just by chance she ended up working for the sheriff of the town, that lost her wife on childbirth and he has a fragile young daughter that requires attention. The daughter gets too attached to Amanda and things develop from there in a nice pace.
The book is well written, the story is entertaining. I recommend this book to the library of all readers that appreciate a good romance story. But be aware that on the contrary of many romances, this one contains a very colorful description of the intimate relation between the characters. 
I received this book from the author for reviewing. I was not requested to provide a positive review. Opinion expressed here is my own.

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