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Books on Sale: Westerns!

 Book One Night with a Cowboy

 One Night with a Cowboy by Cat Johnson is $1.99 right now. This is listed as an erotic western contemporary about a new-in-town professor who has a one-night stand with a cowboy, and of course the next day she finds out he's her colleague at the university. Have you read this? I'm so curious!

 One Sweet Ride…

Oh yeah. A single look at the leggy blonde in the stands and Tucker Jenkins is ready to buck all night long. It’s time to forget all about his cheating ex and his usual hands off policy.

One Hot Night…

Becca Hart is an East Coast professor. Not a buckle bunny. But no degree can prepare her for the moves of the sexy bull rider she hooks up with at her first rodeo … Or the shock of finding him at her first Oklahoma State University staff meeting.

One Happy Ending…

Tuck knows it’s all about holding on, no matter how wild the ride. Now he just has to convince Becca that a rough start out of the chute doesn’t mean they aren’t a smokin’ combination …

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 Book Texas PrideTexas Pride by Leigh Greenwood is $1.99. This is a historical western about a prince who wins half a ranch in a card game, and finds that the other owner, the loser's sister, is not pleased to see him at all, even if he does want to work. Nothing like secretly royal cowboys, right? This book has several glowing reviews.

Carla Reece had never met anyone more infuriating in her life. The blond giant who swaggered up to her door had no right to take over half her ranch – no matter how stupid her brother had been gambling it away in a high-stakes poker game.

Her new foreman claimed to be some foreign royalty who promised to leave in a year. Still, a year was way too long to spend with a man who made her madder than a wet hen and weak in the knees all at the same time.

Ivan may have charmed everyone in town into thinking he was the perfect gentleman, but Carla knew better. There had to be a chink in his armor-a red-hot passion under that calm, cool gaze. But once she finds it, she may be in for more than she ever bargained for..

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 Book Cowboy Boxed set


The Cowboy 6 Pack boxed set is six novels for $.99c. These are all erotic cowboy romances, many self-published. Some readers liked the variety and the fact that it's a bargain, while others grew weary of the purple prose. This is an Amazon-only deal, it appears.

 Six Smokin’ Hot Cowboy Novels by Six of Today’s Hottest Cowboy Authors

COWBOY HEAT (Hell Yeah! #1) by Sable Hunter

Aron McCoy has sworn off women – except for sex. When Libby Fontaine arrives at Aron's Tebow Ranch, she is determined to cram a lifetime of living into a few short months. The doctor has told her she can't count on her remission from leukemia being a permanent one. Their attraction to one another is instantaneous and overwhelming. But when Aron finds out Libby is innocent – he backs off. He has nothing to offer a girl who deserves white lace and promises. Then Aron catches Libby pleasuring herself in his stock tank and hears her cry out his name – and the heat is on.

COWBOY JACKPOT: CHRISTMAS (Cowboy Jackpot #1) by Randi Alexander

Award Winning Novella: A lucky first kiss in front of a Las Vegas slot machine pays off big for bull rider Boone Hancock and college student Gigi Colberg-Staub. An intense attraction develops, they spend a hot night in each other’s arms, but a mistaken communication sends Gigi storming out of Boone’s life. He recognizes his deep feelings for her, but is it too late to win her back?

HER FATED COWBOY (Harland County #1) by Donna Michaels

Unruly cowboys and the women who tame them. Widower and software CEO, Cole McCall fills his days with computer codes and his free time working the family’s cattle ranch. Blaming himself for his wife’s death, he’s become hard and bitter. When L.A. cop Jordan Masters Ryan, his visiting former neighbor, sets out to delete the firewall around his heart, he discovers there’s no protection against the Jordan virus. Though she understands his pain and reawakens his soul, will it be enough for Cole to overcome his past and embrace their fated hearts?

RIDE OF HER LIFE (Buckle Bunnies #1) by Paige Tyler

This ride lasts a lot longer than eight seconds.

Barrel rider Daisy Hollins has run into bronc riders Sawyer Jones and Beau Monroe quite a few times on the rodeo circuit. She’s flirted with them, but things have never gone any further than that. However, when she runs into the two hot cowboys in the hotel bar at the Rodeo Finals in Las Vegas, there’s a different vibe in the air. When the flirting starts this time, it doesn't stop, and Daisy goes upstairs with both of them for a completely different kind of rodeo ride.

SEX ED COWBOY STYLE (Ugly Stick Saloon #1) by Myla Jackson

Kendall's 21, legal and ready to be more than friends with cowboy Ed Judson. To get his attention, she asks him to show her what makes a cowboy hot. Ed promised Kendall's brother he'd keep an eye on his little sister. Ed's certain Sex Education lessons aren't what big brother had in mind. He struggles to keep his word, while giving Kendall what she wants—Sex Ed.

COWBOY UP (Sweet Shop #1) by Melissa Schroeder

Linda Wheeler is back in her little hometown after leaving Dallas flat broke. Her only choice is to work on the dude ranch she co-owns with her old crush Nicodemus McCabe. Nic had always tried to ignore his attraction to Linda but it is getting harder by the minute. Fudge and shared erotic dreams dissolve the barriers, but will they be able to take a chance on love or will old prejudices and fears cause them to lose everything?

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 Book Cowboy Fever Cowboy Fever by Joanne Kennedy is $2.99 right now. This is a contemporary friends-to-lovers western.

 “She thought she had it all…”

A modeling contract with Wrangler got this Miss Rodeo Wyoming a first-class ticket out of town, but somewhere along the way Jodi Brand lost her soul. When she gets back to her hometown, her childhood friend Teague Treadwell's rugged cowboy charm hits her like a ton of bricks…

“He believed he wasn't good enough…”

Teague is convinced Jodi's success lifted her out of his reach. Now he's got to shed his bad boy image to be worthy of the girl next door… But whoever heard of a beauty queen settling for a down and dirty cowboy…

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  1. 1

    I think UK readers who were old enough to watch childrens TV in the 70s and 80s might be put off by a hero called Tucker Jenkins – he’s a famous character from school-set soap Grange Hill.

  2. 2
    Ros says:

    Well, at least now we know what he did after leaving Grange Hill and going into Eastenders…

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    k8899 says:

    I remember the Hunter getting a horrifying F review on DA. Never heard of the others.

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    Wendy Kuehr-McLaren says:

    I really wanted to finish Texas Pride but the writing is so awful, I can’t get through it. Not awful in that train-wreck-want-to-see-it sort of way, but just poor writing. The author skips over sections of character development, skips ahead in time with few clues that this is happening, but then is verbose to the point of eye-glazing-dullness in filling in background. The main character Carla’s thoughts are related in detail, except they aren’t couched as her thoughts, but simply background prose. We get no hint of how she feels about anything.

    It’s a classic case of telling, not showing, when it comes to character development. For example: “Carla watched in amazement as Ivan talked Myrtle out of her attitude of stern disapproval to a humor that could pass for that of a doting grandparent. Carla needed to tell Danny to pay close attention to Ivan so he could learn his secret.”  So, instead of showing us what Ivan said or how he said it, we’re just supposed to believe he won over this curmudgeon of a woman, to the point that Carla wants her little brother to take lessons in charm.

    I was willing to set aside the ages of Carla and her brother, 19 and 17 respectively, but that’s made all the more difficult by constant references to how they dislike being treated like youngsters. Of course Danny has a baby-face and is treated like a child. Even in 1870, regardless of responsibilities, he wasn’t yet fully mature. Can’t handle his liquor? Perhaps that’s because he hasn’t been drinking since he was 7. Carla wants respect as the head of her family ranch, but how long can she have been in charge? If she was much younger than 19 when her parents died, surely someone else would have stepped in to help.

    So, between the mediocre writing and the problems with suspension of disbelief, I gave up before I hit 100 pages. I suppose I got my $2 worth of entertainment, but that’s only because I enjoy a good rant.

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