When Tamara Holifield gets a call from her best friend’s
husband, she’s alarmed. Facing a difficult pregnancy,
Charlotte’s bored and blue due to the fact that she’s been
placed on bed rest. Charlotte’s husband, Ty, asks his best
friend, Russell Crichton, to drive Tamara out to their ranch
for a visit since she doesn’t have a car.
Russell is a lawyer working hard to fulfill the dream of
owning a ranch. He’s knocked off his feet when this
voluptuous and sassy black woman steps into his world.
Russell is stunned by what he feels and how attracted he is
to someone so different from the kind of women he’s used
to. Tamara is a city girl and artist. The last thing she
expected was to be attracted to a cowboy. Just because
Charlotte lost her mind and settled down with one doesn’t
mean she needs to fall prey to peer pressure.
It’s a race against time, obstacles, and differences before
Tamara and Russell fall prey to the inevitable. This
unlikely pair learns that sometimes Love is a sledgehammer,
knocking you senseless. Other times, Love is a
steamroller; in The Blacker the Berry, Russell
and Tamara get flattened.
Tamara first meets Russell in the prequel Spurs and
Mistletoe 3: For Love’s Sake Only, featuring Charlotte
and Ty. Needless to say, they left quite an impression on
one another. In this story, the gloves are off. They’re
remarkable together, and the telling of it all is so
superbly smooth. The best part is when they officially
become a couple. They have boiling-hot-lava sex, they
fight, and they grow until they fit together better than two
jigsaw pieces. Lena Mathews has done her homework, and gets
a golden arrow from Cupid. This spunky, sexy story will
have you sighing, laughing, and looking for your lasso so
that you can rustle up your very own cowboy.