Cowgirls Don't Cry
Good girls can play rough too…Rough Riders, Book 10Jessie McKay has accepted her marriage to Luke McKay wasn’t perfect. After two years of widowhood, she’s ready to kick up her bootheels—until Luke’s younger brother shows up to spoil her fun. But if Brandt thinks she’ll ever take orders from... show more
Good girls can play rough too…Rough Riders, Book 10Jessie McKay has accepted her marriage to Luke McKay wasn’t perfect. After two years of widowhood, she’s ready to kick up her bootheels—until Luke’s younger brother shows up to spoil her fun. But if Brandt thinks she’ll ever take orders from another McKay male, he’s got manure for brains. Brandt McKay has avoided his sweet, sexy sister-in-law ever since the night he confessed his feelings for her weren’t the brotherly type. Unexpectedly faced with proof of Luke’s infidelity, Brandt is forced to ask for Jessie’s help in taking care of Luke’s young son. Jessie agrees on one condition—she wants Brandt’s boots exclusively under her bed for the duration.The sexual heat that’s always simmered between them ignites. Brandt is determined to make the temporary situation permanent, proving to Jessie he’s a one-woman man. And Jessie is shaken by feelings she’s sworn never to have again for any man…especially not a McKay.Warning: Contains branding-iron-hot sex , the one McKay on earth who wants to be tamed, and a woman who’s decided tame is for nice girls who finish last.
Publish date: November 9th 2010
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Pages no: 235
Edition language: English
Series: Rough Riders (#10)
This series is the union of two passions of mine, cowboys and erotica, but the books are losing the big appeal for me and the stories and getting less dark. I liked better the first few with more spankings and treesomes, but it's still a very enjoyable series. It has been awhile for me in this set...
Not one of my favourite books in this series. Loved Brandt but there was something about Jessie that prevented me from warming to her. Her relationship with Brandt seemed purely built around great sex (and a lot of it!) but true love just didn't ring true. The plot also seemed far-fetched, with Bran...
Wow! I'm really impressed by the way James is able to create such three-dimensional characters. Almost seemed like a movie in my head. At first I wasn't sure how I liked the baby thing. The conflict is smart and engaging, but I was just in the mood to read hot sex. By the time the sex came around, I...
I'd been getting tired of all the super-dominant McKays, so this was a refreshing change. Not that Brandt didn't have his moments, but that's great. But he was distinguishable as a unique character, something I'd been finding increasingly difficult among the McKays. This book reminded me why I loved...
Awww. I loved Brandt and Jessie. It was a sweet and heartbreaking (in parts) story... Jessie and Brandt both deserved a HEA.