Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Tempted by the Cowboy by Sandy Sullivan



Title: Tempted by the Cowboy
Series: Cowboy Dreaming, 4
Author: Sandy Sullivan
Publisher: Secret Craving Publishing
Genre: MF, Contemporary
Pages: 179
Reviewer: Redz





Publisher’s Blurb
Peyton Matthews has lived through years of emotional abuse at the hands of her ex. She’s started a new life in Bandera, Texas working as a bartender at The Dusty Boot, but she gets all gooey inside when she meets the gaze of one of the sexy Young triplets. Jason’s hot body jacks her libido up to full on furnace mode with nothing more than a look and a crook of his finger.
Jason Young doesn’t do relationships in any sense of the word, but when he finally gets a chance at the hot bartender from The Dusty Boot, he jumps into the sex only thing with both feet. He needs to keep it sex only. When things heat up between them, he starts feeling the pinch of the relationship bug.
Can their explosive sex life lead to something more?








Review

I cannot tell you how excited I was to get Peyton’s story.  This is the fourth book in the Cowboy Dreaming series.  Tempted by The Cowboy shows just how masterful a story teller Sandy Sullivan can truly be.  She took a very sensitive situation and handled it perfectly. Not many authors can do that so I really applaud her for that.
Peyton is a misfit. She has piercings, tattoos, and is not a joiner. She is a tough one who can take care of herself.
Jason is a flirt. He never really turns it off. Peyton has seen it work on every girl he comes in contact with.   But deep down Jason is a stand up guy. He has heart and soul.  Bit of a hero complex that drives Peyton crazy but she needs a hero in her life.
Tempted by The Cowboy is my favorite so far in this series. I like the range of emotions and how Ms. Sullivan handles things. There is plenty of hot sex too.  This is part of a series and should be read in order.
When you want an intense love story with a beautiful happy ending this is the book to pick up.

                               Five Shooting Stars


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