Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Genre: Western Romance
Heat Rating: 3
Book two in the Sequins, Saddles and Spurs series.
Lola Lamont leaves Vegas with two pals, never imagining they’d break down in small-town Texas. So what’s a former showgirl to do when she runs smack dab into the hottest sheriff south of the Mason Dixon line? Why, jump his bones, of course!
Sam Campbell takes one look at the Vegas Bombshell and knows damn good and well she belongs in his bed. She probably has the words gold digger tattooed to her ass but he’s ready to take what the sexy blonde has to offer. Vowing to protect his heart, Sam rocks her world. Too bad she’s rocking his right back. Sam is more than ready to handle some sass, spunk and sex, but is he willing to gamble on love?
Sam Campbell has seen a lot of things in his life as a sheriff officer but none like Lola Lamont. She came in like a whirlwind with a body that has made him act like a school boy hitting puberty for the first time. Seeing Lola for the first time he feels an urge to protect her at any cost. The thing is she is a woman who doesn’t want his protection but something else. He knows he’s good looking but can he have a woman like her? As a sheriff he must maintain a reputation of good upstanding but feels that he is missing something in his life. Lola is definitely the woman who is opposite of what he should have yet his heart is telling him something else. Can he have Lola in his life when she still wants to leave the town?
Lola Lamont has been hurt in life and doesn’t want any commitments right now. Yet when she first meets the sheriff she is wondering about fate. She’s had some bad luck lately and meeting this gorgeous cool drink of water just gets her going. Some part of her makes wants to stay and build a life in the small town. The other half just wants a fling with Sam, but without her heart getting in the way. Lola knows that a man like Sam cannot just have a fling without giving his heart away—something she knows she would want forever in her life. Can she be with the sheriff without her heart getting in the way?
One word for Regina’s book, Trouble in Stetson, is HOT. This author sure knows how to write sex and a storyline to make you want more. I loved the way Lola was in the whole story for one minute you think she’s your regular showgirl, yet in a minute she’s an all American girl just wanting someone to love her. Regina did a great job in Sam for he is not your usual sheriff. He’s a man who wants Lola but has a conscience that makes him want to go to the devil side yet wants to be good as well. Loved it all—the whole book.
3 Tea Cups!