I enjoyed Darlin' Druid, the first book of this series. Its combination of a solid western romance storyline with a unique twist on the formula, provided by the infusion of a significant amount of the supernatural, was a fun read that was very different. Dashin' Druid continues the story, this time focusing on Tye Devlin, the brother of the heroine in the first book, and the romance that kindles between him and a neighbor who has a history with his new brother-in-law.
For much of this book, the supernatural aspect of the series felt almost absent; mentioned, but low key and insignificant to the plot. However, the sexual tension between the hero and heroine was so strong that throwing in too much of the supernatural would have felt like overkill. During the later part of the book, the supernatural talents of the Devlin family come more to the fore, as tension of all types increases.
In the final analysis, I enjoyed this book even more than the first. I suspect part of that is that I (and I'm guessing most people) are able to become engrossed in a book easier and quicker if they have already "established a relationship" with the characters by reading and liking a prior book in the series.
**Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy. **