Book Review: More Heat by Robin Rance

⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 3.5 out of 5 stars

A mysterious fire that caused the death of a beloved ranch owner… A damsel in distress, blinded and burned trying to save her pa… A woman and her nephew on the run from a ruthless killer… just what a sexy FBI agent needs while he’s trying to relax and take a vacation. But that’s exactly what Binx Marcum finds while trying to unwind from a long undercover case. Before he knows it he’s hip deep in trouble, playing the part of a ranch-hand just to get close to, and protect, Miss Julie from the firestorm that’s a-coming.

A lot happens in this relatively short book (just over 200 pages) and in very short order. Events transpire over a period of only 2-3 days. There’s backstabbing and scheming. There’s corruption. Cattle and horses and cowboys and gunfire and insta-love. And you know what: I’m okay with it! More Heat doesn’t pretend to be a deep, philosophical read. It’s one of those books you read that makes you smile, gasp, flip forward a page to make sure everyone’s gonna be all right, and wonder when Julie and Binx will just shut up and kiss already!?! Told from multiple (somewhere in the vicinity of six) POVs, things can get a little confusing at times, but each character has a unique voice and I applaud Robin for her ability to portray them effectively.

Right now the ebook is getting a bit of a facelift, but it should be back up and running in a few days. You can check it out on Amazon HERE.

**I received an electronic copy of this book from the author which I then chose to voluntarily review**


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