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A Cowboy's True Colors (The Mystical Traditions of Buckshaw Ranch) Paperback – April 27, 2016
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About the Author
I'm Lana, a life long Texan, dog lover, and writer of sensual romance. When I say 'sensual romance' I mean I include real life in my stories, and real life includes sex. I divide my time between Austin Texas and a small family ranch not far from Shiner. Shiner is the home of Shiner beer, I've been known to stop off at their tasting room before rolling up my sleeves to get to work on the ranch. Like many Texans I've got a bit of everything in me, German, Native American, and some Creole influence. Nothing like a little spice to liven things up. Writing is much like reading, I need to feel the story in the same way a reader would. I adore leading men who are strong, but aren't afraid to love. My goal is to fall in love as I write, it's the only way my reader will as well. Come with me and get to know a hot cowboy or two. It'll be fun!
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“She felt like her body had known him all her life. It called to him…”
In Lana K. Dempsey’s “A Cowboy’s True Colors”, she weaves a tale of mystery with supernatural elements sure to keep you turning the pages.
Astrid has a gift of seeing people’s auras…she can see their emotions and determine their character based on the colors surrounding them. Victor has visions of meeting his soulmate and is determined to do everything in his power to make his vision come true. But there is an evil entity draping a darkness over Astrid and Victor and those they love. An evil that may cause all their dreams of a future after high school come crashing down around them.
I enjoyed this new adult/coming of age story. My only problem was at the beginning trying to connect with the main characters. This in no way reflects on the author’s writing. It was just difficult for this 40 something mother to be reading about 18 year olds. But once I stopped trying to “put myself in their shoes” and just enjoy the story, I was hooked.
Would recommend to those who enjoy new adult/paranormal stories! Look forward to reading more from the author.
There's a sound blend of paranormal, mystery, plus some aspect of romance although this tended to be more explicitly sexual rather than romantic. If you don't like coarse language and the usual explicit language for body bits, the sex scenes in this might not be nice to read, but if you think nothing of that, there's nothing about the sexual aspect of the story to offend or shock. The only interesting thing was the constant 'wham bam' type of sex in it - no real romance in this story, I tell you! In every sexual instance, it really is just 'pull down your pants, I need you now'. For me I just let myself read over and beyond these short paragraphs because although sometimes sex scenes add to a story, in this one they seemed rather unrequired. The actual story line was so strong that really, if these teens weren't going hard at it like they were, the story would have seemed even stronger. But, I digress. It is a great story of paranormal mystery and I think anyone could enjoy it. I certainly wasn't put off from reading a follow on story.
The writing was good but I felt the leading characters needed more development and the story was missing certain elements. The premise of the story was a good idea just needs some tweaks to make it great.
I look forward to the next book to see how the story continues. Astrid, Victor, Nate, Luke, Rick, Cha-Cha, Scarlett and the others find their places .
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