Title:Love Under Two Wranglers
Series:Lusty, Texas, 23
Genre and Pairing:Contemporary and M/F/M, M/F (oral and anal sex)
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Holly discovers the difference between book boyfriends and real-life lovers when Alan Wilson and Duncan Moore aim for her. Alan and Duncan recognize Holly as theirs. Now they just have to convince the virginal librarian that they can live up to any fictional heroes.
As Holly learns to trust those smokin’ hot wranglers, she dares to explore her sensual side—the woman within longing to sample all the delights she loved to read about.
Alan and Duncan already know that Lusty is home, and once they get to know Holly they understand she’s the woman that’s always been destined to be theirs. They long to give her the happy-ever-after she’s dreamed of. Then their past comes back to bite them in the ass.
Years before, they helped uncover a conspiracy, in which racehorses were killed for profit. They didn’t take the threats against them seriously then, but they’re about to discover just how deadly a woman scorned can be.
I am headed back to one of my favorite fictional towns in Cara Covington’sLusty, Texas series. In Love Under Two Wranglers, Ms. Covington tickled my funny bone as Holly took lessons learned from reading romance books to heart as she navigated her budding relationship with Alan and Duncan. I adored Holly. She was so quiet and a such a typical librarian, at least on the outside. Ms. Covington took that librarian stereotype and flipped it on its head with Holly. When she became comfortable with her beaus, she let loose. She moved past her embarrassment and allowed her inner vixen out to play. And I loved that Alan and Duncan made her feel safe enough to allow the budding siren the freedom to play and use what she learned from her years of “research.” Speaking of feeling safe, I loved Alan and Duncan. While unrelated to anyone in Lusty, they fit right in. They saw each other as brothers and wanted to have what was easy in Lusty, a woman to share. And when they saw her they were determined to treat her right. They understood that Holly was completely innocent and wanted her to feel cherished. I loved their novel approach and their sincerity as they learned the woman who had captured their heart.
Ms. Covington wrote a story full of layers. The story and characters had depth and humor permeated throughout. This story is yet another example as to why Ms. Covington is one of my must read authors!
Five Shooting Stars!!