Kane Bishop’s content with living and working on the ranch, but something is missing—a family of his own. After his twin brother married the woman he once loved, Kane has moved on and is now focusing on new things. When his best friend’s little sister re-enters his life, the attraction is undeniable, but the timing is all wrong.
He should keep his distance and not tempt fate, but he can’t get her out of his head.
Ivy’s had a secret crush on Kane for as long as she can remember. Although she’s an introverted bookworm who hasn’t dated much, she’s ready to go after him. He might be a six-foot-three, inked, muscular god who’s out of her league, but she wants him to be her first and only.
She’ll risk it all to get his attention, but it won’t be easy since he’s off-limits.
Giving in to temptation doesn’t come without consequences—it’ll either bring them together or tear them apart.
**Tempting the Cowboy is a complete stand-alone and can be read without reading any of the other books or spin-off series, but if you prefer to read in order, start with Hitching the Cowboy as the characters and families do interconnect.**
He’s so tempting
The Bishop family is one of my families to read about and this book is no exception. Kane and Ivy are just perfect together. They are both honest and open about their wants and needs. The authors added in the perfect amount of angst and drama. Ready for Kaitlyn’s book.
Read only for the smut
The spicy scenes were great!!! The rest? Don’t recommend. very repetitive, cliche, and just overall dumb
Loved this one! Soo adorable together!
I absolutely loved this story! I loved how these two came together and built their relationship. Ivy has had a crush on Kane for years and years but since he is 10 years older it has never really been an option for them until now. Kane has finally realized that Ivy has grown up but the first time that these two are together and really feel that chemistry and connection, Kane has a girlfriend. Ivy would love something more but is willing to just have a friendship with Kane. She is on the shy side and social situations with crowds and strangers make her nervous and anxious. I love how Kane and Ivy interact and that she feels comfortable enough with him to be herself. I loved watching these two build their relationship, it was soo adorable and I loved the way that they interacted. It was obvious they were perfect for each other very quickly. They just fit together. I loved how things played out within the story, there is plenty to grab and hold your attention the entire time. I loved the antics that happen and getting to see and catch up with past characters, extra bonus if you have read others in the series for sure. This story was great and I can't wait for the next one!
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.