Thursday, February 10, 2011

Review: Blood and Dust by D. McEntire

Blood and Dust
Blood and Dust
D. McEntire

Paranormal Romance / Western Romance

When Brody McAllister set out on a task he has done since his youth—driving longhorns along the trail from Texas to Kansas—the last thing he expected to find along the way is a beautiful woman dressed in men’s clothing. The tale of her brother depositing her in the untamed land, alone and hungry, has him fired up and ready to do whatever he has to do to see to her safety.

Finding herself abandoned in the middle of nowhere was bad enough for Brianna Wallace. She was used to city life, but that’s not the worst of her worries. She is a vampire. When a handsome cattle driver literally scoops her up and takes her along on his journey, Bri fights to keep her heart and her secret to herself, but loses both battles. The sudden reappearance of her brother to force her aid in his return to New York threatens to solve her Brody dilemma by taking her away and most likely, ending her life. Either way, she may never see Brody again.



Nice Read, A western Romance with a Paranormal twist. I like reading about cattle drives and the adventures the cowboys endure while on a trail whether it be facing off some indians or dealing with survival from harsh enviroments. Add a few vampires out on the trail and the story becomes even more interesting. The romance was sweet and the erotica scene was steamy. It was a very enjoyable read.


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