BOOK REVIEW – Tyler by C.H. Admirand


Tyler by C.H Admirand is a sweet change of pace from your stereotypical, “girl falls down on her luck—takes “demeaning” job—gets rescued by heroic, knight in shining armor” story of modern romance. In this case, it’s homespun sweet cowboy Tyler Garahan, who in order to save the ranch that has been in his family for generations, reluctantly takes a job as a male stripper to earn some fast cash. Then in comes, Emily Langley, the club owner’s endearingly chocolate batter covered sister and suddenly the situation is not as unattractive as he first thought. She’s not exactly in the best place herself to play hero, but together they are able to find away to rescue each other and find the kind of love that lasts a lifetime.

Tyler and Emily’s story is wonderfully written with loads of humor, spicy romance and good old fashion charm that makes it a pleasure to read and impossible to put down until the last page is turned.