Review Against The Odds by Cat Martin
There’s silver out there: Sabrina Eckhart is sure of it. And when she finds the hidden mine on that big piece of West Texas desert, all of her financial problems are solved. That is, if she can find it. The man with the skills she needs is private investigator Alex Justice—a former navy fighter pilot and a current pain in the neck.
When mysterious “accidents” start to plague their search, it seems Rina’s multi-acre inheritance might be more a curse than a blessing. And yet, there’s still something sensual about the heat…his arrogance…her stubbornness…being thrust into each other’s arms by danger… But the vultures are circling, and if they don’t watch their backs, the relentless desert sun could be the last thing Rina and Alex ever see.
I’m a girl that loves a good western romance. Give me a hero with a military past, a hip swagger, and cowboy boots and I’m you’re girl. I’m the girl that LOVES a good middle of texas adventure and a secret mine or two. And I love Cat Martin’s books.
This was not one of her best. I was bored. Sorry to say it but I was bored. There was a lot of talk about the mine and Sabrina’s not wanting help from Alex and pushing back against her interference, and frankly I was really bored by it. I wanted to see a great fantastic suspesnse filled tension filled romantic novel, which is usually what I get from Cat Martin, but I didn’t get that here at all.
Overall Rating: C-