Cady Brody is a new man Ė literally.
Settling into the cabin he purchased hundreds of miles away
from his reputation as a gunslinger, Cade wants to be left
alone to live his life quietly and in solitude. He finds
himself in need of supplies and rides to the nearest town
where he meets Sabrina, the owner of the general store. In
the blink of an eye, Cade finds himself fixated on the
beautiful proprietress and if Cade was paying attention he
would realize Sabrina feels the same way.
No one writes western erotic romance
like Beth Williamson. She combines tough and gritty heroes
with strong and feisty heroines and the results are
fabulous. Hell for Leather is such a novel.
Cade is striving to be a better man by burying his violent
past behind him. I loved watching him fight his demons, and
while I pursed my lips at him more than once for his
treatment of Sabrina, which were pure defense mechanisms to
keep her at armís length, I still found him redeemable and
sexy. Sabrina had her own demons that needed to be silenced
as well. Add in a stubborn orphan intent on rocking Cadeís
orderly life, and I was in reader heaven.
Hell for Leather is loosely tied to Beth
Williamsonís highly successful Malloy Family series but is a
complete standalone. Grab some coffee, sit back, and let
Hell for Leather enchant you and hold you