Sep 122013
Desert FireDesert Fire (McCall #1) by Marcia Lynn McClure
Published by Distractions Ink on Apr 3, 2011
Genres: Adult, Historical fiction, Romance
Format: eBook from Free Download
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Rating: four-stars

She opened her eyes and beheld, for the first time, the face of Jackson McCall. Ruggedly handsome and her noble rescuer, she knew in that moment he would forever hold captive her heart, as he then held her life in his protective arms.

Yet she was a nameless beauty, haunted by wisps of visions of the past. How could she ever hope he would return the passionate, devotional love. As her family abandoned the excitement of the city for the uneventful lifestyle of a small western town, Brynn Clarkston’s worst fears were realized. Stripped of her heart’s hopes and dreams, Brynn knew true loneliness.

I was craving a sweet romance, and when I saw this on my ereader, I knew it was just the book to read. This is a clean romance that still has some heated passion.

This story is loaded with humour. It makes for a quick light read. The humour is most prevalent in the banter between the characters, most notably between the McCall brothers. I love how they are all quite different, yet are still very close. The family dynamic is quite realistic, while being slightly more interesting and amusing than the average family.

Overall, I enjoyed this story as a quick romance fix. It’s sweet and sassy. I don’t think the third romance thrown in at the end was needed, but it was overall quite fun and satisfying.

  3 Responses to “Desert Fire”

  1. I love MLM books! 🙂 Always a happy, romantic diversion.

  2. I’m unfamilliar with this book and the author. At a time when sex is ramphant in almost all genres of books, sometimes, the clean ones are most welcomed.

    Thanks for the heads up!

  3. I’m not familiar with this one but it’s always nice to find the perfect read to satisfy a quick romance fix!

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