“He’s mine, isn’t he?”
Genre: Romance, Western, New Adult
Book Length (Est.): 207
Fiercely independent and determined, Meli left New York City and a broken life behind only to discover the playboy, Blake Temple, champion bull rider. Jill, her drinking, drugging, sleep-around sister offered temporary shelter, while Blake renamed her “Silver” for her graceful form and silvery blonde hair, and offered her an entire life. Could she surrender and allow herself to be loved? Only Maudie’s Café in the backwoods of southern Louisiana could offer her the anonymity she sought. So, she left them all behind and found a future of her own. But will love be a part of it?
Bull Rider’s Baby is a standalone, full-length romance with an HEA.
*I received this book free BookFunnel in exchange for an honest review*
Meli has worked hard to get to where she was, but a man ruined everything and she had to start from scratch again. Her sister’s couch was about as rock bottom as she could get and she took every opportunity to build her career back up, even working for an arrogant bull rider.
Meli had caught Blake’s attention from the moment she yelled at him. He couldn’t stop thinking about her, and then their paths collided again creating a mini explosion turned perfect solution.
Once Blake falls for Meli he’s a pretty sweet and outstanding man. The lengths he goes through to not only better himself, but to find her are astounding. Meli, on the other hand, likes to run away from her problems and in doing so only manages to create more.
Most of this story has the main characters apart. They live their lives and each long for one another. It’s sad and depressing and on more than one occasion I found myself yelling at Meli for her stupidity.
“As his mouth advanced, he pushed my legs further apart until his face was buried against me, his hands opening my feminine petals as though searching for the sweet pollen of its stamen.” ~This is basically how every sex scene was described. Can anyone say WTH?! Who talks like that? Better yet, who really wants to read that? The wording is cheesy and therefore any passion ignited in me as a reader was immediately extinguished.
Based on the synopsis I was truly looking forward to reading this, but after getting about halfway through I just kept praying something interesting would happen or the book would quickly end.
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Categories: 2 Stars, Jennifer's Reviews, Reviews
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