Beth's Review: Fencing You In (Riding Tall #3) by Cheyenne McCray
PUBLISHER: Cheyenne McCray LLC
RELEASED: March 1, 2018
NARRATOR: David Quimby
GENRE: CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE, WESTERN
LENGTH: 6 hours and 58 minutes
FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK, AUDIBLE
Tess Grady doesn’t do playboy cowboys and as far as she’s concerned that’s exactly what Gage McBride is. Tess wants steady, stable, and secure in a man and Gage seems to be the farthest thing from that. When women come up to a man in a bar and slap him, that’s got to be a good sign that he’s not the one for her, or a suitable male role model for her young daughter. After losing her husband in a car accident, Tess isn’t even sure she can love again. Gage has been waiting for the right woman, and he’s sure Tess is the one. The problem is that she believes the reputation he has somehow earned after being betrayed by the one woman he ever loved. He’s not the “cowboy with a woman in every town” that Tess believes he is and he intends to prove it to her. Tess starts to fall for the sexy cowboy when things go desperately wrong. Harvey Norton, a man from Gage’s past is seeking revenge. Not only did Gage help to put Harvey behind bars for embezzling, but Tess, the woman Harvey is attracted to, seems to be falling for Gage. Gage’s life is in danger and soon Tess’s is, too. Gage must save Tess while at the same time trying to stay alive.
4.5 (FIVE) BOUNDLESS STARS
I didn’t learn this was part of a series until after I started listening to this. It reads excellently as a standalone; I would not have known it was a series. I want to check out the rest of the series but because I liked it, not because I need to.
Fencing You In was a great book. I loved the characters, well, almost all of them and the story is written to be a smooth read. There were some parts where I thought “Seriously, can she be that dumb?” but overall it was suspenseful as expected. I have nothing negative to say at all.
I listen to the audio version of Fencing You In, which is narrated by David Quimby and he did an excellent job narrating. He has an “easy on the ears” voice. This makes it a relaxing book to listen too.
Overall, I rate Fencing You In with 4 ½ stars.