READ AND REVIEW
TAKEN HOME (LONE STAR BURN #3) BY RUTH CARDELLO
Release Date: April 5, 2016
Playboy Mason Thorne is nothing short of complicated. Though he was a movie star at a young age, his life took a downward spiral when he turned to drugs after losing his mother. He cleaned up his act and became a senator but still keeps his distance from most everyone—including his own father. There are plenty of women around, but most are gone by morning.
Twenty-five-year-old Chelle Landon thinks she must be the last virgin in Texas. She’s worried if she doesn’t remedy it soon, she’ll stay one forever. She attends yet another small-town wedding where the last single man her age is officially off the market, until sexy politician Mason Thorne appears. He’s the answer to her prayers, if one can pray for something that decadent.
He needs a cover story, not another lover. Chelle’s on a mission to lose her virginity, no matter what. Will he break her heart or will she heal his?
REVIEW: TAKEN HOME (LONE STAR BURN #3) BY RUTH CARDELLO
Taken Home by Ruth Cardello
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Taken Home has made me want to experience this series from the beginning. Reading this story was like coming home. I felt such a kinship with Chelle and Mason that it was like catching up with family. Mason having lost his filter is seeking to find inspiration in ways that are detrimental to his state of mind and heart. Chelle wants to belong. Trying to fit in is proving to be a lot harder than she expected. What I liked about Taken Home is that I received as much pleasure getting to know the individuals Mason and Chelle as I did them as a couple. I received an ARC of Taken Home in exchange for an honest review. One trip was not nearly enough, will have to visit again.
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