Strong, Silent Type by Lorelei James

A Wild Ride story

Samhain Publishing

Contemporary Romance

ISBN: 978-1-60504-521-4

Reviewed by Tanya



Quinn McKay is tired of living in his horse trailer.  But, it looks like his idea of living there until his wife comes to her senses and call a halt to the “trial separation” might never happen.  He doesn’t know what has gotten into her.  He has dated and loved her since they were in high school.  He might not be the most romantic guy, but she knows that he doesn’t take her for granted and loves her, right?

Libby knew when she married Quinn that he wasn’t one to talk about his feelings but it seems that not only has he taken her for granted but he doesn’t care to even talk with her about it.  He seems content to live by a schedule and sleep in the horse trailer.  But when it comes right down to it, Quinn might not be the only issue in their relationship.

When Quinn decides to make one last stab at changing and trying to save his marriage will it be in time?  Or will it be too little to late?

In Strong Silent Type, Ms. James takes a break from her recent focus on the McKay meeting the loves of their lives and takes a crack at fixing a relationship that looks to be on its last legs.  I thoroughly enjoyed Ms. James break from the norm in Strong Silent Type.  I think it shows that she is able to deal with different subjects, including those whose marriage might have gotten a little too comfortable for them.  I think if you are a fan of Ms. James or are new to her writing than Strong Silent Type is a fast paced story that you should pick up.


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