They might call me Sir Loin of Beef, but when I see Kaitlyn for the first time, stick a fork in me, I'm done.
But I won't claim her alone. Jed Cassidy and I share everything, and that includes her. If the sweet little librarian isn't ready to be wrangled by two rodeo champs, we'll just have to break her in nice and slow. She's ours. We will win her over—body and soul—and when we do? Well, let's just say we'll give her a hard ride...and it'll last a hell of a lot longer than eight seconds.
Kaitlyn Leary takes one look at the sexy cowboys and can't remember the last time she was so eager for a double helping of... big beef. But giving in to desire might ruin everything. Because the truth is that this small town librarian isn't all she seems. Landon Duke and Jed might be talking about a future of picket fences and making babies, but the past could destroy it all. Still...two cowboys?
Who could resist?
Remember: With a Vanessa Vale book, one cowboy is never enough. In this smokin' hot new series, each heroine gets an extra helping (or two) of Grade-A Beefcake.
Had promises but fell flat
Had promises but it failed in the end. Not enough dialogue between characters, not enough back story, not enough completion of thoughts. Figured and expected more from book description. Not really interested in continuing the series if first book wasn’t good.
I’M HOOKED ON BEEF!!
Sir Loin of Beef is book one in Ms. Vale’s new Grade A Beefcakes Series. This book is centered around the Duke family of Montana. For me, this book hits all the points of an erotic, western romance. I love Ms. Vale’s series because, she always has a way of introducing new characters and bringing back old characters, with always a new plot tied into, and mixed in and carried on from an old plot. I also love the play on names from the titles of each book in the series that’s tied to what I call the main hero’s nickname. Ms. Vale has a way of giving rough and tough cowboys humor mixed with sexiness. I eally love a book that has he hero’s point of view as well as the heroine’s because, it gives the hero as strong a presence has the heroine’s and somehow, Ms. Vale really con pull this off.
Kaitlyn Leary was the only child of the Dukes’ dead nemesis. She’s beautiful, smart and shy. I like Kaitlyn right off because, she didn’t play games, she wanted Landon and Jeb. She was attracted to them, and she let the bulls fall were they may.
Landon Duke, ex rodeo champion turned construction company owner was tired of the “buckle bunnies’ of the rodeo circuit. He was ready to settle down with “the one” for him and hs best friend, Jeb. Landon or Duke, or Sir Loin of Beef as they call him is a tomboy through and through. He’s a bit of a hot head, but he gets his woman. The cute thing that I noticed about Landon is that every time he took a cool drink of something other than water, it was always soda.
Jeb Cassidy enjoyed his time working the rodeo circuit, buy owning “Cassidy’s” bar and grill was his choice along with settling down and having a family. Jeb is a dirty talking, sexy mountain of muscle and, Jeb does have a strong presence.
I rated this book five stars out of five. Ms.. Vale makes me want to go back and look at all the old cowboy movies I use to watch. She makes cowboys look good.
I don’t like when they favor 1 man over the other. Makes it awkward.