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Posted December 22, 2012
Love or career?
It lost a star because there were a couple occasions that the twins names were mixed up, but this was a great book otherwise. Featuring a woman and brothers who were both burned by bad polyamorous relationships in the past, the question now is to see if they can now overcome their career choices. When the choice isnt clear to the Justin and Tucker, Angel's job may interfere with her HEA. Rawide, the BDSM club, was where they met and played. Can submission be the key to keeping the relationship alive?
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Posted June 15, 2013
Reviewed by: Victoria Book provided by: book provided by the pub
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Review originally posted at Romancing the Book
Buckskins, Boots and Bondage is the fourth book in the Rawhide series by Desiree Holt. This book can be read as a standalone but is best read as part of the series. I chose this book because I have not read a bad book by Desiree Holt.
Angel Cruz is a litigation attorney at a local attorney’s office. She keeps her personal life to herself because it might in danger her becoming partner at the firm. Angel is an active member of Rawhide still looking for ménage relationship. She is a bold and thorough person. The author does a great job making Angel a very realistic character.
Tucker and Justin have always traveled away from home to play until a friend tells them about Rawhide. Justin is looking to settle down while Tucker is still nursing his broken heart. They have had ménage relationships in the past. Tucker and Justin are smoking hot Dom’s.
The chemistry between Angel, Justin, and Tucker is off the charts. The sex scenes are so hot and steamy. Angel, Justin, and Tucker have the potential to make a great long lasting couple.
The only thing that would have made this book better would have been if it was longer. The middle of the book was a little too short and Angel, Justin, and Tucker were way too quick to commit to a permanent relationship. I would have liked if the spent more time together growing the relationship. Overall, this was a great book. I will defiantly be picking up the next book in the series.
Posted March 27, 2013