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Book Review: Reckless For Cowboy (Stampede Sizzlers) by Daire St. Denis ( #cowboy #romance #erotic )
Publication Date:November 12, 2013
"You ever play 'dare' with a cowboy before, sweetheart?"
When it comes to the Calgary Stampede, Brooke Hamilton has one piece of advice...stay away from cowboys!
Too bad she can't follow it herself. You'd think it'd be easy, considering how badly she's been burned. But the minute she meets Cooper Hays, saddle bronc rider and rodeo hotshot, her reckless heart falls hard and fast.
Brooke knows it's all a game to Cooper. Everything's a game to him. Risking his life on the back of a wild animal. Winning impossible dares. Whisking her off on the best dates ever. The man knows exactly how to shock and surprise her, taking her places she's never been before and making her feel things she's never felt before.
But Brooke's counting down the days to the end of Stampede--to the moment when Cooper gets what he wants and walks out of her life. Proving to her, once again, her reckless heart should not be trusted.
WARNING: Like the hot dude on the cover, this is a hot read intended for a mature audience. Beware of scorching sex scenes with explicit language.
File Size: 278 KB
Print Length: 103 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Wolfstreet Press (November 12, 2013)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Review: I'll admit I'm on a cowboy kick. I'm not sure why, but I've been grabbing up anything that looks like it might have one in it. This was a quick read for me. There's some tension, some over thinking of the situation because of the past. It was also a hot read. Cooper was funny, especially he and Denny (the gay bartender. I can't tell you more, you'll just hav eto read it). My biggest issue with the quickness of the "I love you." In some books, it seems to fit when they pull the words so soon, but for me, in this one, it didn't seem to fit. Nonetheless, a sizzling book for a quick read. You'll flip through the pages and not even realize you're already on the last one.