He twisted an ankle when one foot landed on a rock, but he kept going, limping in a half run. The woods broke into a clearing and Tyler realized he was behind the lumberyard right off the main road in town.A pine bough caught him across the face, blinding him as he squeezed the injured eye tight and the tears began to flow. He slowed to a fast walk when he hit the concrete and glanced around him.He flipped it over him and held his breath, trying to move as little as possible to not rustle the thick plastic covering him.While he waited to be discovered, or not, he figured praying couldn’t hurt.When he landed inside, he knew his luck was holding.There was a big green tarp in the bottom of the truck bed.
He also needed to make sure his cell phone hadn’t fallen out of the back pocket of his jeans so he could call Colton to come and rescue him. He could bring it back as soon as life and limb were no longer in jeopardy, but he didn’t know if the owner had left the key inside and he couldn’t waste precious seconds checking.Midnight Wrangler is due towards the end of 2015, and I cannot wait to get my hands on the next book in the Midnight Cowboys Series.ARC generously provided via Netgalley, and it was my absolute pleasure to provide the above honest review in exchange.Their initial meeting is pretty funny, and although an error in judgment on Tyler’s part, it means he has to work hard to change Janie’s initial perceptions of him.With her he see’s a future and not a meaningless hook-up, he just needs to convince her of that, and the fact that their 11 year age difference means absolutely nothing to him.