Friday, February 10, 2012

Romance Book Review: Debra Kayn's Margot's Lawman

Author: Debra Kayn
Series Connection: Sisters of McDougal Ranch
eISBN: 9781426893209
On sale date: Feb 13, 2012
Genre: Contemporary Romance/ Western Romance

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For a year Pike's local Vet, Margot, has been keep a secret from the town. She's been involved with and in love with the town Sheriff. She had her reasons for keeping it a secret but now Sheriff Roy Lee is more than ready to tell everyone their secret.

It wasn't that Margot was ashamed of her relationship with Roy Lee, but the past year had been hard with her father's illness and his death. She wanted to keep something to herself and Roy Lee had been good about letting her keep the secret.

Now Margot is ready to tell the town and all who will listen that she loves Roy Lee.

This is the fourth in the Sisters of McDougal Ranch series, but can be pretty much read on its own. After, however, you might want to read the other stories as I wanted to. Good writing skills, wonderful characters and strong series connections will make you want to go back for more.

It's hard to keep a secret in the small town of Pike, Montana, but veterinarian Margot McDougal and sheriff Roy Lee Hanson managed to keep their relationship on the sly for months. Margot cares for Roy Lee, but the last thing she needs is to worry about local gossip while she's busy running her clinic and dealing with the loss of her beloved father.

Roy Lee can't wait to tell the world that he loves Margot. He respected her decision to keep their affair quiet—until now. It's time for everyone to know Margot is his gal...especially Ryan Martin, her new assistant. He's formed an attachment to Margot and Roy Lee is sure the city boy's unexplained appearance in Pike means he's up to no good.

Margot just wants to help Ryan fit in, and Roy Lee's jealousy soon drives a wedge between them. A wedge that only increases when Margot is roped into Ryan's secret, too...

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