Title: Big Bad Cowboy
Author: Tia Siren
Published: November 12, 2016 by Tia Siren
Purchased: I voluntarily read and reviewed a complimentary copy of this book, $0.99 on Kindle.
Blurb: What do you do when you find yourself alone in a secluded cabin during a thunderstorm with the hottest man in the state of Texas?
Who knew that when I took the job at Big Sky Ranch & Spa that I would find the man of my wet dreams? Texas billionaire Conner Blackstone not only looks like a cowboy god, but he’s hung like a wild stallion and wants me to ride him like a bucking bronco.
But I have three little brothers back home to take care of so there’s no way I’m going to let myself get distracted by my boss. I’ve got too much to lose. My virginity. My heart. My family.
This billionaire cowboy will just have to learn how to take no for an answer.
I don’t know what’s up with this girl? There are women lined up for miles to get a glimpse of what I’m packing in my jeans. The problem is, I want her. Naked. Submissive. Begging me for more.
But she comes with a lot of baggage. Then again, so do I.
So if she thinks that she can make me feel guilty about my four-year-old orphaned half- brother, then she had better get the hell off my property. I’m not gonna let no woman mess with my life.
No matter how much I want her.
Review: I rather enjoyed this book though I do wish that it was longer so that she could have put up more resistance and I would have loved to have seen Conner getting his little brother, I feel that would have been more emotional but for what the readers got, it was a pretty good read.
Getting emotional from the first chapter lets me know that this is going to be a good book and that’s exactly what happened. Though, maybe if the author had the characters meet earlier and nixed the detailed dream that I skipped over, maybe there would have been room for the stuff I mentioned.
The cover is eye-catching, especially if you’re into Westerns, I’m not but I still enjoy it. The pace was a little fast in the romance for this short book, I would have rathered they actually dated instead of spending that short amount of time together and then having him propose.
I do feel like this had so much potential for a longer book but I am happy with what the author gave.
Thank you for reading my review,