Just after finishing lunch with her sister, Katie Johnson finds herself a victim when her car blows up. Luckily though, she wasn’t in the car and when the Feds pick her up and ask her to go into hiding until they find the person responsible, she finds her name changed to Presley and she’s living in some close-knit small town.
Seth Reilly is the town sheriff and when an old friend asks him to protect a woman whose life has been turned upside down, he can’t seem to refuse. However, it seems his world is the one being turned upside down when he meets the woman he’s been tasked to protect.
From the first page this book captivated me with its plot and the heroine having her life threatened and then finding herself hauled off to a small town where she knew nobody and it was clear that the sheriff tasked to look after her wasn’t all that happy about his assignment. The dialogue was well-written and I enjoyed the banter between the hero and heroine. She was certainly throwing the life that he likes a certain way off balance. The sex scenes were hot and well worth the wait and illustrated how strong the attraction between Seth and Presley were. What I liked so much about the heroine was how she adapted to her new way of life, even though it wasn’t something she was ready for. While with the hero, I liked how much Presley threw him off balance and he became more relaxed and wasn’t so much the uptight sheriff that was set in his ways.
Overall, Cowboy Command was a great read and I can’t wait to read more of this series in the future.