There’s just something about a man who can dance and Mason James has the kind of moves that turn a woman’s thoughts to what that body of his could do off the dance floor. Mason’s been breaking hearts so long it’s part of his nature. There’s not a woman he can’t seduce. When he shows up in Cotton Creek the women perk right up. And take a sudden interest in dance lessons.
No one realizes that teaching dancing is as far from the truth of who he really is as it gets. In all honesty, he’s not sure what he is anymore. He came back to Cotton Creek because it’s the only real home he’s ever known. He didn’t expect to like it, and sure didn’t expect to have a baby left on his doorstep, or to meet someone who made him wonder if it wasn’t time he stopped letting women chase him and do some chasing of his own.
I loved revisiting the Honky Tonk. This time, Savannah fights her lack of self confidence but finds sanctuary in the arms of Mason. Mason does not want to take a chance on another woman until he is forced to deal with a surprise from his past. The chemistry between these two people kept me turning the pages.
I received this a copy of this story through Candid Book Reviews, and this is my unsolicited review.