Roping the Cowboy is set in the world of the Bishop Brothers, and was originally published on the Read Me Romance podcast. Includes bonus chapters & epilogue!
An unforgettable one-night stand filled with heat and passion starts the unraveling of a love-hate feud between a small-town baker and an arrogant cowboy.
When Katarina shows up at the Circle B Ranch Bed & Breakfast to serve her new gluten-free, sugar-free, organic pastries, Braxton decides to make her life hell for kicking him out the next morning and then pretending he never existed.
First step, make fun of her tasteless muffins.
Second step, get revenge.
Soon the duo are at each other’s throats, getting even until things go too far and the chemistry burns too hot.
Kat claims their night together meant nothing.
He’s determined to prove her wrong.
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Another trip to Bishop Ranch!
I love that Kennedy Fox is able to continue the Bishop Ranch series after the books of the main characters with giving us the stories of the secondary characters that made those books so great. This is one of those – a novella that focuses on Braxton and Kat. After getting together once, these two end up like water and oil, but both their personalities are similar and soon prank wars ensue. Kat definitely took the prank wars to an extreme level; I swear that I had tears streaming from my eyes for how hard I was laughing! As the prank wars continued and escalated, the chemistry and feelings between the two continued to grow rapidly and eventually they decide to give into the desires they had. This is a short but total HEA storyline, and I was glad that this duo was able to give us the entire story of this couple (although I would have loved a full length book as well). Can’t wait to see if there will be more from these characters!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Sassy, snarky, fun & sexy romance
Snarky and sassy, Kat and Braxton have this in spades. We finally get to know why these two hate each other or at least are so mean to each other. They had an amazing hook-up one night and then Kat kicks Braxton out which infuriates him. When they cross paths in town, neither is civil to the other. Yet deep down, each one is suppressing their feelings of love. Is there a way for them to get past the hurt and embrace the love? It was a ton of fun finding out.
That tension though
I think this may be the most sexual tension I’ve read in any KF book ever. Lord, the chemistry and tension between Braxton and Kate was exploding out of my kindle. This was a quick, hot and wonderfully sweet read.