Good lawd, Lance Blackfeather is too sexy for his own good.
Losing her last known family member Jacqueline O’Halleran returns to Rocking O Ranch to handle her uncle’s burial and debts. Having more debt than assets, Jacqueline, also known as Jack, decides to sell the property. This decision brings her face to face with the uncouth Lance Blackfeather. Since the age of fourteen Jack always had eyes for Lance, until a couple of years later when she offered herself to him. Questioning his love towards her, he dismisses her like a bad habit, when he spoke these words “Just because a man gets a hard-on, it doesn’t mean he’s in love.”
Lance is a sexy Native American, who watched Jack grow up from a child into an attractive teenager. Unable to attend the funeral services he pays his respects with an unexpected visit. When Lance arrived at Jack’s ranch house, he didn’t expect to have his heart skip a beat when he laid eyes on her. It had been 10 years since they last spoke or saw one another. Convinced that concealing his feelings was best because of the age difference, he purposely shatters her heart into a million pieces.
The time past is irrelevant when it comes to the sexual attraction between the two. Acting like high school students they couldn’t keep their hands off one another; which is why Lance devised a plan to conquer what he’s always wanted from her. Aware that she was not familiar with his customs, he uses his Lakota heritage as bait, slyly offering her more than she agreed to. Will Lance tactics work to his liking or will the advice his Aunt Molly gave become reality?
Author Fran Lee did an incredible job writing Uncertainly Yours. I absolutely loved this book, and its every bit of erotic. One of my favorite scenes took place in the bathroom where Lance acts as if he’s Captain Courageous and ends up on his back embracing bare buttocks. Or when Jack uses the phrase “you go commando” (comical). I’m left questioning about one piece of information, Lance’s age. How many years did he have on Jacqueline? His age was a major factor to the events unfolding; therefore, their age difference should have been defined. Although I’m new to the author’s work, no longer will I be a stranger. Uncertainly Yours by Fran Lee is highly recommended.
-Reviewed by LaMona
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