Review: One Tough Cowboy (Moving Violations Book 1) by Lora Leigh & Veronica Chadwick

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First in a brand-new series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Lora Leigh and Veronica Chadwick about one man’s pursuit of justice—and unbridled desire.

For as long as Samantha can remember, Hunter—a man as strong as steel, with a heart of gold—has been her hero. It came as no surprise to Samantha when she found out that the ranch-hardened cowboy who always protected her from bullies went on to become the town’s sheriff. What does surprise her is how incredibly hot he still is. And how much she still wants him…

And, lo and behold, Hunter still has feelings for Samantha. The long-smoldering heat of their innocent flirtation has grown into a full-raging fire. But when tragedy strikes, and their small-town community is shattered, Hunter vows to do everything he can to keep his childhood sweetheart safe. But can Samantha trust that Hunter has her best interests at heart…and that, after all these years, his love is true?

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Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

Hunter is the sheriff in this small California town.  There is corruption in the mayor’s office, but he can’t prove it and he isn’t sure what is going on.  So, the story centers around him as he tries to figure out what is going on.  There have also been three deaths that are suspicious but ruled accidental.  One being his uncle, one being the mayor’s wife and the third being Samantha’s aunt.

The relationship they had when she was growing up is leaning toward hero worship.  It is interesting to read how they were drawn to each other from the beginning.  Samantha is a cop from Detroit and she obviously helps with the investigation.  I like how the authors link her by bringing in Detroit people.  She was involved without really knowing it at first.  That was an interesting twist. I also like how she comes home and can now express her feelings for Hunter if she is brave enough.  She is no longer a child with a crush.  There are also interesting characters introduced that will most definitely show up again.  It was a great read.  I give it a 4 out of 5.

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