Sarasota Steam

Callie is on the run with a secret. Jasper and Goyo have secrets of their own. Together, they’ll make Sarasota just a little bit steamier.

(mmf romance, historical/cowboys/western, romantic suspense, HEA)

Writing As: Tessa Monroe (re-released as Tymber Dalton)
Publisher: Siren BookStrand

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On the run and disguised as a man, Callie Johnson is on her way to inquire about a job at the Coval Ranch outside of Sarasota when she’s caught in a hurricane’s fury. Jasper Collins and Gregorio Valdes see right through her deception but are willing to protect her secret…if she’ll keep theirs.

The two men are lovers, but that’s not all. Jasper mourns the murder of his wife and children, while Goyo hides his true heritage. Callie can’t help but fall in love with them both. When the men make their intentions known, she doesn’t hesitate to become Mrs. Jasper Collins to protect all of them from flying rumors and meddling single women.

Callie can almost forget her past and her vengeful step-father. That’s when a brutal attack forces Jasper to face demons from his past as he sets out to protect their steamy little slice of heaven.

Note: I’ve written one book for Siren-BookStrand as Tessa Monroe: Sarasota Steam. My Tymber Dalton pen name was added to it later. I likely won’t be writing any more books as Tessa Monroe, but my book Hernando Heat (writing as Tymber Dalton) was originally planned as a Tessa Monroe book.

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Sarasota Steam
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byMeg Reider onSarasota Steam
Entertaining, if a bit forgettable

It was great to experience a new setting, early Florida. This story was just ok, not too bad, but not really that good either.

byL. Cialini onSarasota Steam

Ahhh, Tymber Dalton, everything she writes is magnificent, and this is no exception. It seems like it might be awkward, what with it being a western historical, so I was pretty skeptical but I put my faith in Ms. Dalton and gave it a shot, and boy am I glad I did.

This is a must read for any Dalton fans, and anyone interested in her but want something more tame than some of her other stuff, read it!

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