Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Overnight Love (Dead Heat Ranch #1.5) by Nicole Edwards

Overnight Love (Dead Heat Ranch #1.5) 


MacKenzie Catlay never expected a blind date to lead to one of the best nights of her life. She also never expected sparks to fly when she runs into the sexy cowboy who helped her evade the drunken guy she was supposed to meet. 

Lucas Burch wasn’t looking for a woman when he finds himself coming to MacKenzie’s rescue. Twice.

But can Lucas look beyond the pain of his past and give in to her? And can Kenzie convince him that just because he doesn’t believe in love at first sight doesn’t mean they can’t welcome this overnight love?

Overnight Love is a novella that is tied to the Dead Heat Ranch series, but can be read as a standalone, and was originally published in the Cowboys Last All Night boxed set.


Things can happen when you are least expecting it. MacKenzie was not expecting Lucas Burch when she was waiting on a bar stool for her blind date. But after realizing that her blind date was a total disaster, Lucas stepped in to help her out. Little did he know that he would have to help her out not, once but twice in a matter a a few days. But once he spends some time with her, he realizes that he enjoys it. MacKenzie sparked something inside of him that he hasn't felt in quite some time. 

Lucas needs to be able to let go of the past in order to enjoy the present. He can't hold MacKenzie accountable for something that she didn't do. He needs to learn how to trust again. How to open himself up to someone. Someone that could make him happy. But can someone make you happy when you only have known them for a brief period of time. Is there such a thing as love as first sight? Can you fall in love overnight? Is there such a thing?

I enjoyed this novella. It was a quick read I was left wanting more. I hope that we get a little more of this couple in the Dead Heat Ranch Series. As always I LOVE anything that Nicole writes. She is amazing and has never disappointed me.

This review was prepared by Heather D. 


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