Say You Won’t Let Go by Corinne Michaels



Emily Young had two goals in her life:
1. Make it big in country music.
2. Get the hell out of Bell Buckle.

She was doing it. She was on her way, until Cooper Townsend landed backstage at her show in Dallas.

This gorgeous, rugged, man of few words was one cowboy she couldn’t afford to let distract her. But with his slow smile and rough hands, she just couldn’t keep away.

With outside forces conspiring against them, Cooper hires the McKay-Taggart team to protect her. Emily refuses to let Cooper get hurt because of her. All she wants is to hold onto him, but she knows the right thing to do is to let go . . .



A singer and a cowboy…

Well, I have to be completely up front here and say that I am completely addicted to the Masters and Mercenaries series….so imagine my utter delight when I discover that there is to be a crossover collection with a group of best selling authors and their respective worlds…

Say You Won’t is written by a new to me author although I have had her books on my TBR list for some time, now…. but it mattered not that I had no insight into her world because this book is a standalone novella…

Country and western singer, Emily, meets gorgeous hunk of a cowboy, Cooper; the chemistry can not be denied, but unfortunately their lifestyle and ambitions are too disparate to change or ignore …..however, when a dangerous threat comes to light, Cooper feels a need to protect Emily and when there is trouble on the horizon then ‘who are you going to call?’ McKay/Taggart security, of course…and that is where this book was a little disappointing for me because I had hoped that the link with my M and M heroes would be a bit more central to the story…..

That being said the characters were believable and had depth, despite the length of the book, and I found the story both thrilling and hot… it kept me entertained throughout and I am now going to delve into the next book in the collection..

~Sheena (4/5)

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