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text 2015-04-30 16:47
Pin Ups of the Week! Contemporary Cowboy Heroes!

I have to say a love jeans on a man coming and going. I also like horse thus, in theory, minus the sweat and the dirt, I like cowboys. 

 

Please enjoy my Pintest Board: Cowboy Up! for Cowboy and Girl Eye Candy and recommondations for Contermpory Western Romances. 

 

I don't know why so many them can't see to fnd a shirt. 

 

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review 2015-01-20 14:26
Cowboys for Christmas by Jan Springer #review
Cowboys for Christmas: A Contemporary Western Erotic Romance Menage (Christmas Encounters) - Jan Springer,Julie Naughton

Christmas is over, but you never really want to let go. So I picked up a book I thought would be a good way to say good bye to the season, but it fell flat even with a good premise.

 

JJ is serving time after killing her abusive stepdad after finding her mother dead by his hand. A lousy defense and 10 years of parole hearings have left her rotting in prison. With over crowding in the prisons, the Canadian government needs a way to reduce population in the form of a Freedom Run. JJ signs up never thinking she will be accepted until she is and now life gets to start over.

 

Extremely claustrophobic, JJ is medicated for the flight out to a remote ranch where she will cook, clean and help three cowboys run an organic beef ranch. She doesn't think being stuck on a remote ranch will help her problems with a fear of closed in spaces, but she is free on parole so she will do anything to keep that.

 

Brady is a former lawyer, Dan a chiropractor and Rafe a jack of all trades. They set up this remote cattle ranch and love every minute of it. Including the tons of snow that seems to be falling all the time. Brady instantly falls for JJ, but he wasn't expecting woman. That throws a wrench in his plans. It doesn't take long for Dan and Rafe to also fall hard for her.

 

So life goes pretty regularly for a bit with JJ creaming her panties over these men just looking at them. (Have I ever mentioned how I hate the word cream used like this...well I do.) They hear her masturbating in the shower and they all steal kisses from her. Within no time at all, they seem to be falling into bed with the great menage on Christmas Day.

 

I really wanted to love this story. It had such heart for a young woman who was really wrongly convicted. You want happiness for her, which she gets, but it all seemed very silly. In three days she puts in 3 different sized butt plugs for the grand finale. She wears them for what seems to be long lengths of time. I wanted to ask the indelicate question of when did she have time....to well...go if you get my meaning.

 

The story ends abruptly. Just bang. Done. The sex was kind of boring. Yeah, she gets pounded by three different cowboys, then all three at the same time, but I just couldn't get into it. I ended up skimming to get to the end...and bang it was there like I made a wish.

 

So if you are looking for a menage story with a little heart, then you have it. If you are looking for a great menage story, then I would head over to Nothing Between Us for a deeper look into love in a triad.

Source: delightedreader.com/cowboys-for-christmas-by-jan-springer-review
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review 2013-03-18 00:00
Josh's Justice - Patrice Michelle Review originally posted here: http://thebookpushers.com/2013/03/19/review-joshs-justice-by-patrice-michelle/

I found Michelle long ago when she used to write in the group blog with Ilona Andrews, Meljean Brook, Nalini Singh, and Jill Myles. When I saw she was writing a series of cowboy romance books, I was hooked. Who doesn’t love a smutty cowboy?

Sabrina is headed down to Texas to spend some time with her girlfriend. What she never expected was to fall in lust with the sexy neighbor, or get attacked on her second day in town. After a knock on the head and being trapped in a burning barn, Sabrina is taken under the wing of the ever sexy Josh Kelly.

Josh lusted over Elise, but when he meets Sabrina, all thoughts of the married Elise fly out the window. Sabrina is sex on legs, and the more time he spends with her, the more he dreads letting her go. As they get to know one another even better, Josh knows that Sabrina is the one for him. But with danger waiting in the shadows, there might not be enough to keep them together.

This novella was a great mix of both suspense and romance. There were some wonderful sexy times between Josh and Sabrina, and also just enough mystery to keep me engaged. Despite some of the suspense being put on the back burner during the romance moments, I think that part of the plot was what kept me extra interested in the story. Not knowing who knocked Sabrina out, who could want to harm her, or more accurately Elise, was a fun mystery to solve. I was anxious to find out who the bad guy was, especially as Michelle did a good job of covering the tracks of the real villain.

While I really enjoyed the romance between Josh and Sabrina, especially their intimate moments, I did think they were VERY quick to profess their love for one another. I find it hard to believe in the characters that fall in love within days, and while I was happy to see them do it, I also had a bit of a hard time believing in it. I would have been perfectly happy to see them take the next step romantically and leave it as a happy for now scenario. I do hope that Michelle continues to write in this series. I’m a big fan of my cowboys, and even more so when they are a little dirty. And yes, Josh was a little bit dirty!

I really liked the internal conflict that Sabrina dealt with as well. The added aspect of her father dying while fighting a fire, and falling in love with a fireman was great. Having to watch her overcome those fears, deal with that insecurity, and having Josh see it and try to meet her halfway was wonderful. I’m a big fan of that kind of internal drama within a relationship, and I thought Michelle balanced it wonderfully.

All in all I hope to see more Bad in Boots books. I like having the chance to read a short and wonderful story where I can count on a sweet romance, a lot of steamy moments, and a little mystery. Hopefully we will get the chance to see Josh and Sabrina again.

I give Josh’s Justice a C+
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review 2008-10-26 00:00
Colt's Choice, Contemporary Western Romance (Bad in Boots, Book 3) - Patrice Michelle Colt's Choice was, plain and simple, boring. The characters were one dimensional and had no personality. The H/h had zero chemistry and the conflict between the two got old very quickly. Hunger and Temptation was the much better book.
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