Thursday, October 4, 2012

Review: Vaquero by D'Ann Lindun

Vaquero by D'Ann Lindun


When Cordero Ybarra and Aspen O’Hare meet, there is an immediate attraction. But he holds his secrets close, refusing to open up about the night racial prejudice almost killed him.
Aspen refuses to trust Cord—or any man. She’s been abandoned one too many times. When another woman lies and says Cord wouldn’t take responsibility for a child they created together, Aspen believes Cord is a deadbeat just like her father. It is only after she uncovers the truth that Aspen realizes Cord is nothing like the men who’ve deserted her before.
When an immigrant worker is hanged by the same two crazies who branded him, Cord sees the truth. The shame he’s carried about being the victim of a hate crime is going to cost him the woman he loves if he can’t let go of his past.

My Thoughts:
Cord and Aspen both have trust issues and although the attraction is instant, neither wants to get involved. There is plenty of tension, and then things start to get steamy. There are mysteries surrounding the father that Aspen never knew, as well as a secondary romance (always a plus) and some danger. Did I mention the cowboys?

My Rating: ****
Steam Factor: !!!!
*Notes: Some violence and strong language. Attempted rape.
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D'Ann Lindun


  1. Thank you for the wonderful review!

  2. Hey, I'm following back! I'm number 37 on GFC.


  3. Yee-haw! A cowboy romance. Gotta get me some, thank you!

  4. Wonderful review. Every woman needs a cowboy!

    Kitty DuCane


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