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Where Have all the Cowboys Gone?: A Rouge Erotic Romance Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B009CA1B6Q
- Publisher : Virgin Digital (18 September 2012)
- Language : English
- File size : 652 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 142 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 233,741 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top review from Australia
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The characters are full of life and easy to relate to with lots of laughter throughout.
If you want a light easy to read story with lots of erotic scenes to brighten your day this is it.
Top reviews from other countries
Grayson and Laura initially fall in lust rather than love and the circumstances of their marriage are rather ridiculous. This is a very raunchy book, as might be expected but there is a reasonable story as well.
I bought the kindle version of this book because I'd read Roping the Wind" and thought this was a sequel, I wanted to read Grayson's story.
In fact it's listed as Book 1 of 3 Turner Brother series. Which doesn't make sense. I probably shouldn't take it this seriously and just enjoy the book for the sexy romance that it indeed is. But if you write a series with characters that carry over from one book to the next, you should at least try to maintain continuity.
In this book Grayson has long since chucked in his city job and is established on his ranch and in the local community. And while he is in a business partnership with his brother Jay, he is not reconciled with him.
But in Roping the Wind, which is supposedly book 2, Grayson is in the process of quitting his city job and has not moved to his ranch. He's reconciled with his brother, but is not in business with him as Jay wants to go it alone.
Otherwise, the story was good and worth reading, especially if into erotic, which I am not!! I will delete this story from my Kindle and Content.
PS. I have 'learnt' that this word as well as 'leant' are both acceptable spellings in the British vocabulary. I should have looked them up before commenting, though I still find it awkward language. However, the British find all of our vocabulary awkward, don't they?!?!
Side Note: I'm always iffy about cowboy books. I'm from Texas. There's only so much stereotype a girl can deal with before enough is enough. However this was different and I was thankful. I REALLY enjoyed Grayson. He was sexy, appealing, with a good heart and the right intentions. I enjoyed his alpha male appeal, but how it wasn't so overbearing it became obnoxious. It was also nice NOT to read about a meek, fragile girl who was swept away by a cowboy. Strong female characters are awesome! Most importantly this story had humor as well as charm. CAUTION: The sex scenes were just steamy enough to make any lady wanna say yee-haw!