He needs to escape
Justin Skaggs is on the road to anywhere--as long as it's far from home--when fate throws a kindred spirit across his path. Read more...
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He needs to escape
Justin Skaggs is on the road to anywhere--as long as it's far from home--when fate throws a kindred spirit across his path.
She needs to get to Oklahoma
Phoenix Montagno can't believe her luck when she runs into the hottie from the bar. He's the key to her getting everything she's always wanted, but she can't tell him that. Luckily he's not interested in learning her story any more than he is in sharing his.
Both have secrets they don't want to share
It's the perfect arrangement. No personal details. No talking at all. Just two strangers sharing the cab of a truck heading the direction they both need to go until they decide to share a bed, too.
"The Oklahoma Nights series is a must read." --Lorelei James
Praise for Cat Johnson's Oklahoma Nights Series
Two Times As Hot
"The right blend of love, lust and heartache." --The Oklahoma Gazette
"Impressively fresh Johnson's dialogue lilts off the tongue." --Publishers Weekly
"Cat Johnson writes one hell of a sexy cowboy." --FictionVixen
"Johnson is a master of bringing sexy cowboys to life in the pages of her stories, and does it again with Logan. There's plenty of hot romance to burn these pages " --The Parkersburg News & Sentinel
One Night With A Cowboy
"These two interesting and unique characters will take you on a journey that you won't want to end." --TOP PICK , NOR Reviews
"This spicy romance with hot and tempting cowboys will satisfy readers' cravings for a solid romance with well-drawn characters and more than a little sex appeal." --The Parkersburg News & Sentinel "
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2016-01-11
- Reviewer: Staff
The third book in Johnson’s Midnight Cowboys series (after Midnight Wrangler), linked to her Oklahoma Nights series, blends serendipity and seduction in equal parts. Justin Skaggs is burned out from caring for his mother—who is devastated by grief over his brother’s death in Afghanistan—and working a tough job as a ranch hand for Rohn Lerner. He needs to get away from Oklahoma for a little while. When Rohn asks Justin to travel to Arizona to pack up Rohn’s fiancée’s old home, Justin jumps at the chance. Along the way, he meets sweet Phoenix Montagno, who lives in California but is on a quest of her own. Phoenix loses her birth certificate and sends away for a duplicate. Instead of getting one that names her adoptive parents, she receives a copy of the original, which reveals the name of her birth mother. Drawn to this woman she’s never met, Phoenix sets out on a journey to find her, a choice that will have repercussions for everyone in Justin’s life as well as Phoenix’s. Johnson’s handsome cowboys never disappoint, and her sensitivity to difficult topics is evident in her skillful storytelling. Readers will cheer for a happy ending for all involved. (Mar.)