Desperado by Lisa Bingham

Posted January 30, 2016 by J McClung in Bookclub Reviews / 0 Comments

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Desperado by Lisa BinghamDesperado by Lisa Bingham
Series: Taggart Brothers #1
Published by Berkley on June 2nd 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 336
Source: Purchased

From bestselling author Lisa Bingham comes the first in a brand-new series starring a trio of handsome wranglers. The Taggart brothers have bodies of iron and hearts of gold—though both may be a shade tarnished. But that doesn’t stop them from trying to keep the women they love in their arms . . .
Elam Taggart knows about the nickname town gossips have given him: Desperado. He doesn’t care. He’s lost just about everything: his wife, his parents, his little sister, and his career as a Navy EOD specialist. After returning home, he hightails it to the rugged Wasatch Mountains outside town.
But when his brother comes asking for help, Elam can’t say no. That is, until Elam realizes that in order to help, he’ll be forced to spend time with town newcomer P.D. Raines. P.D. knows that asking Elam Taggart to be her partner in the town’s upcoming Wild West Games is a mistake. But she needs the prize money, and Elam is lean, hard, and tortured—a dangerous combination she can’t seem to resist.
As the competition heats up—to the point of peril—Elam and P.D. have to turn away from the past and embrace the passion that sparks between them in order to escape the threat to their lives.  


While overall the comments regarding Desperado were favorable, some of the readers felt that the story started abruptly, leaving the reader feeling that some of the back story was missing. The heroine, “Prairie Dawn” was generally well liked, as she was a strong heroine. The ladies that read this selection described the characters as having internal conflict, not conflict between each other.

Our ratings averaged to a 3.8, rounded to 4 stars for the blog.



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