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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Wild Wyoming Nights by Sandy Sullivan

Wild Wyoming Nights by Sandy Sullivan
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Western, Paranormal
Length: Full Length (200 pgs)
Other: M/F, Anal Sex
Rating: 4 cherries
Reviewed by Anthurium

Abigail Carter lost her firefighter husband on September 11th. On a mission to heal her heart, she starts a new life in the prairies of Wyoming. Her neighbor, hunky rancher and quarter horse expert Chase Wilder, makes her heart race for the first time in years, but will she let him get close enough to warm the cold winter nights?
Chase rescues Abby from her overturned car in an accident similar to the one that took his wife. His dormant libido goes into overdrive when he looks into Abby's beautiful green eyes. Unfortunately, she's still struggling with her grief, and Chase doesn't want to push her. Can the two find a way to overcome the past and have a future together?

This book shows heart-wrenching emotion from the very beginning. Abby has strong guilt about moving on her husband died in the Towers on 9-11, but she also realizes that it is time to move on with her life. Her honest, emerging emotions as she deals with meeting and falling in love with Chase make for a very strong and satisfying story.

The slight paranormal bend of the story was perhaps my least favorite part. Although the fact that the ghosts were not benevolent did highlight Abby and Chase's previous lives and the problems that have to be conquered before their love could win out. Overall, dealing with this bump in the plot was a small price to pay for such a heart-wrenching story.

The sex scenes in this story are very well written and hot, hot, hot -- even better considering the emotion wrapped up inside the physical. They make the reader wish to be part of the the story. The happily ever ever ending is worth waiting for and made this reader cry. All in all this is a highly recommended story and I will look for more from Ms. Sullivan.

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