McCord Sisters Book 2
Welcome to the Ozarks, the setting of award-winning author Christine Lynxwiler's latest breath-taking romance, where the lives of a timid dog whisperer and an out-for-revenge reporter collide.
Elyse McCord, the biological daughter of a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde, turns into a mighty warrior when a dog's well-being is at stake. Finding herself in the sights of a pistol-wielding maniac whose been mistreating his dog, she's suddenly swept to safety by Andrew Stone, a widower bent on hunting down his wife's killers.
Is there any future for an outlaw's daughter and a Texas ranger's son?
This is the second book of the McCord Sisters series and I enjoyed getting to know the "family" again.
Elyse is very timid and shy with people she doesn't know really well. This struck a chord with me. When I was young, I was painfully shy. I would hide behind my older brother and kicked men in the shins (when I was really little).
Now that I'm an adult, I've outgrown most of my shyness but still don't usually like to be the center of attention.
Elyse always told her sisters that if she was ever comfortable with a man and could talk to him freely, she would marry him. Andrew is that man.
I enjoyed reading thier story evolve into such a sweet, understanding romance while all the drama and suspense is happening.
I can't wait to read the third book in the series, "Cowgirls Don't Cry", about the youngest sister, Kaleigh. I've already grown to like her character and can't wait to see what happens.