Summer Heat: Back to the Farm by Alex Carreras
Genre: M/M romance, cowboys/western
Length: novella (75 pgs.)
TBR Reviewer: Amanda
Rating: 4 Stars - Recommended Read.
Heat: 4 Handcuffs - An Erotic Ride.
This is the third book in Alex Carreras' Heat series, and it brings back the couples from the first two books to the wedding of Bill and Andrea (met in the first book). Bill's nephew, Travis and Andrea's son, Hunter face an angry, jealous ex when they come back to the farm from Texas, and Bill's other nephew, Jaxson, faces an ex of his own as well.
This novel is a cute look at the relationships formed in the first two books and a sweet ending for Andrea and Bill, who have come back together after her battle with cancer. In a way, facing
Derek makes Hunter come to terms with more of his own demons, and both Chase and
Travis see a need to work on their jealousy issues, but mostly the story just confirms the relationships with which it began. My only problem with the book was some of the overblown phrases ('velvety wonderland'? really?) and repetitive terms in the sex scenes (of which there were plenty!). Overall, though, a hot read and confirmation of the happily-ever-afters begun in the first two books for Hunter and Travis, Jaxson and Chase, and Bill and Andrea.
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The Last Cowboy by James Cox
m/m, erotica, post-apocalyptic
TBR reviewer: Brutally Honest
This is all about a virus that whips out most of the population. Ben is a lonely cowboy that really touched my heart. He’s just looking for someone to spend the rest of his life on earth with. I really felt for him. Cody is the stranger from the city that is starving and needs rescuing. Ben is happy to oblige until a secret comes out, one that could kill them both.
I really, really enjoyed this story. It wasn’t perfect as it could have used more details about this virus and a little more length but that was made up for by the characters personality. The plot was well done. It was fast paced but still had slow moments for the two hot guys to fall for each other. The romance was scorching hot and if you like some serious heat between sexy men, I think you’re going to love this.
The Last Cowboy was a quick, hard-hitting read that I will definitely recommend. I can't wait to read the rest of the books in this series!
Cowboy, Contemporary, Romance - Novel
TBR Reviewer: Shyla
They have a deal: Rachel will teach the newly divorced Mac to date again, and he'll accompany her to her brother's wedding. Seems like a straight forward trade, but when Mac decides the kisses he wants can only be found on Rachel's lips, he sabotages all her efforts to find him another woman.
Rachel's never met a man more inept at meeting women. If he's not sharing inappropriate information, he's hitting them with the worst come-on lines she's ever heard. The man can't even do a decent Texas Two-Step. If she didn't need a date to her brother's wedding so desperately . . .
Knight of Hearts is contemporary at its best. Suzie Quint has created a masterpiece full of humor, characters who leapt off the page, and a constantly evolving story line that made me think “That explains so much”. I even had a few OMG moments. I felt for the hero “Mac” from the very start. He’d recently divorced his wife of ten years, and made his way back to his hometown of Galveston, Texas to lick his wounds. It’s here that he tries in vain to get his
mojo back. His attempts at meeting woman are humorous, endearing, and at times ignorant. ( the poor man is way out of the dating loop, we have to cut him some slack). It’s his cheesy pick up lines that make our heroine Rachel take pity on him, and offer to coach him.
Rachel McKnight is an independent spitfire with a take charge attitude. As the oldest girl in a twelve children family she knows all about keeping men in check and being in control. She’s best friend and co-worker to Mac’s little sister Claudia, and has known Mac for years. With her brother’s wedding looming, she’s in desperate need of a date, and Mac looks like the perfect stand in. Rachel has one of those mother’s who means well, but ends up putting the weight of the world on her children’s shoulder. There’s an old fashioned southern mentality in the McKnight family that at times grated on my nerves. (Can you say double standard?) But we are in the heart of Texas. Hey! I can say that I lived in Austin for four years! Hook Em Horns.
In the end Rachel and Mac make a deal. He’ll accompany her to the McKnight wedding if she’ll help him get a date, and three kisses from a woman. The agreement seems harmless enough, until it begins to lead them down a path both thought was out of their realm of possibilities.
I can’t say enough about this book. I adored the characters, the pace was dead-on, and the plot was well thought out. That’s not something you’ll hear me say every day. Kudos to Ms. Quint. I highly recommend this book, especially to those in need of re-kindling their love for contemporary.
Western Romance, Cowboy - novella
TBR reviewer: B.H.
Sol McKnight has trouble letting go of his ex-wife. If that means he has to torpedo her love life, then so be it. After all . . . All's fair in love and war.
NOTE: This is a prequel to the upcoming McKnight Romance, A Dark and Stormy Knight.
A new McKnight story! I’m so excited to read this. I fell in love with another book in this series A Knight In Cowboy Boots and I’m hoping Sol’s book will be just as thrilling. This is more of a look into his life.
Sol is a cowboy one of many well-hung guys in the McKnight family. He’s trying to win back the mother of his daughter and the love of his life. Georgia is a little harder to pin down, character wise, she was fighting this attraction with Sol tooth and nail.
The one part I must share, it’s an ‘oh my God, he didn’t’ moment. You’ll know exactly what I’m talking about when you read All’s Fair, the Sol vs. Bozo scene. Sol tells Georgia’s date some hysterical stuff to keep him away. My mouth dropped open and this shows just how determined he is to win her back. It was great!
This was really short and the story still pulled me in like a full novel. The ending was rather abrupt but promising. Plus Ms. Quint is generously giving this away for free! So follow the link below and pick up your copy. You won’t regret it.
All’s Fair is a spicy treat into the McKnight series, one that can’t be missed!