From USA Today bestselling author Stacey Kennedy comes the next riveting and sexy addition to the Kinky Spurs series, Sweet-Loving Cowboy.
Harper McKinney finished culinary school with big dreams. Right now, she’s a bartender at Kinky Spurs. While she’s content with her life, her brother is determined that she make a name for herself, because he wants her far away from what he deems a trashy bar. But Harper refuses to go anywhere. She’s in love with her brother’s best friend, Chase Blackshaw, and that love is keeping her in River Rock.
After the death of Chase’s father, he’s the one responsible for running the construction of the Blackshaw Cattle Company’s guest ranch. Back in the day, he had dreams of opening a construction company, but lack of finances kept him working for the family’s cattle ranch. Now with the responsibility of his family’s guest ranch on his shoulders those dreams seem far away. Though he has bigger problems. His build is failing the inspections.
Now Chase has more trouble on his hands. Harper, the woman he’s forbidden to ever touch has decided to move to Las Vegas. She isn’t so little anymore, and Chase is finding her all too tempting. She’s also not shy about what she wants. Him. Naked. And giving her some sweet lovin’ in all the kinky ways he craves. But neither Chase nor Harper can anticipate the fate that awaits them if they dare give in to their desires, as Chase soon learns there is something far worse than not being able to live out his dreams. It’s being given the chance to live out his dreams but having to watch Harper lose hers.
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I ended up liking this one more than I expected to. I'm not the biggest fan of the brothers best friend trope because almost always the hero won't go after the heroine because of the brother. I'm not really a fan of a man stepping back. I like to see the hero go after what he wants and it seems Harper feels the same way. She wants a man willing to stand up to her brother.
While Chase did wait to pursue at first, it wasn't because of the brother. He waited for reasons that meant he was looking out for Harper and that endeared me to Chase in a big way. This had total angstfest written all over it, but instead we got to see Chase step up and never faltering even if their relationship had the potential of being short lived. I liked that. We got to see these two be together with no pushing away.
So far this one is my favorite of the series. Of course when you throw in an adorable puppy into the storyline, it makes it that much better. Nash's story is up next and the sparks have been flying since book one. I can't wait to see what is going to make these two finally give in. ARC provided by NetGalley.
This is book 2 in the Kinky Spurs series and it features Chase and Harper. Phew! These Blackshaw brothers really know what they’re doing. Bring the fire extinguishers because the looks Chase gives Harper are hot enough to set the sheets on fire! There are A LOT of bedrooms scenes in this book and it probably could have done with a few less. I’m not complaining though because this author knows how to write them. The little bit of mystery was great and unexpected. I loved Harper’s relationship with Brody.
This is a great story line with fabulous characters and I can’t wait for book 3.
Sexy & Satisfying!
I am so in love with this Book. It was Fantastic. From the first chapter, I felt myself beginning to fall. Everything about this storyline and the characters captivated me. Get your fire extinguisher ready because “Sweet-Loving Cowboy” is Hot and satisfying.
Chase and Harper are delicious together. Their personalities, their conversations, their intense hunger and instant, explosive, raging sexual chemistry is ... my, my, my! I was a goner charmed beyond words.
Stacey Kennedy knows how to capture and set the hearts of her readers on fire. She is an excellent writer with books that ooze heartfelt and sexy goodness. This was delicious. This has all the things I live for in Romance.
Don’t miss this Sexy, Fun and Entertaining, Romance that will melt your heart .... and other things.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.