Julia Duke has watched her brothers fall in love, and it’s her turn. But after a rude ex complained she was terrible between the sheets, her confidence is shot. If she can’t please one man, how can she satisfy two? She’s not looking for love, but one Friday night — love finds her.
Bennett and Cash take one look at the fiery redhead and can't resist seducing her into their arms. Nothing will stop them from making her theirs. Not the a-hole ex boyfriend, and not a scandalous past that may change the way she looks at one of them forever.
Now that Julia knows what it's like to be loved by some Grade-A Beefcake, she's willing to do whatever it takes to keep her men, no matter who she has to fight to get her happily-ever-after: the rumor-mill, the law, her crazy ex, or herself.
Remember: With a Vanessa Vale book, one cowboy is never enough. In this smokin' hot series, each heroine gets an extra helping (or two) of Grade-A Beefcake.
Skirt Steak is book five of the Grade A Beefcakes Series. This book can be read as a standalone, but for me, since Ms. Vale is rally into detail about her characters I usually start with the first book of her series. The earlier characters somehow make an impact in the current book.
Julia Duke is the only sister of the Duke brothers. I liked her when she was introduced in book one. she’s feisty, sweet natured but a true freak. Her past relationship has her untrusting of the opposite sex and herself. Julia is leery of ever thinking she will find the right man, little does she know she’ll find not one but two.
Cash is a city boy turned mechanic cowboy. He is rough, sweet but jaded from a past that people won’t let him forget. Coming to Montana is his way of starting over as owner of his uncle’s mechanic shop.
Bennette is a motocylce designer and mechanic. Rich bad boy with a sweet heart, moved to Montana to follow his H.S> best friend.
In each bookof this series, the plot is always different from teh last, which keeps the series fresh. Ms. Vale has a way of twisting the plot around so that, although the reasons for the plot are major, the coming out knowledge is not as bad as you first thought.
As always, Ms. Vale soesn’t disappoint, I rated this book five out of five, the characters are really likeable, the plots are original and the men are loveable, but dominate.