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Posted June 18, 2014
I was in the mood for some wild lovin¿. I knew I had to pick up
I was in the mood for some wild lovin’. I knew I had to pick up book one in this sexy Texas based series. Nothing like Texas, cowboys, Doms and ménage to get things revved up!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
What I loved most about Jed, Harry and Will was that they knew what they wanted and they went after it. For me personally, when I think of a strong man, I envision height, strength, assertiveness, determined and loving. That is how Ms. DeLand wrote the MacRae brothers. Each man was unique, but together they were a tsunami of passion that rolled right over the woman they all desired, Cara.
Cara came to town with thoughts of that being burned once was enough, but she can’t seem to forget her former crush on the striking MacRae men. She knows they are trouble, but maybe she should just dip her toe.
So why is Bravado most definitely fictional? If the town was a real, there wouldn’t be a shortage of women. Women would flock to Bravado. It offers well off men who never stop loving, appreciating and adoring their women. They are a dream come true. I’m kinda sad that Ms. DeLand’s town isn’t real and I’ve been teased with such greatness.
Rope Me In is a perfect read for what I was looking for. It was steamy, heart pounding and hot as hell. I would recommend the book for people who would love to escape to a small town in Texas, dive into a toe curling romance with three men and want to experience country life where they grow the men big and strong and full of passion.
Posted February 15, 2014
Reviewed by Michelle V. Book provided by the publisher for revie
Reviewed by Michelle V.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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Review originally posted at Romancing the Book
Rope Me In by Cerise DeLand is a hot erotic romance about three sexy cowboy brothers who have been searching for the perfect woman.
Cara Ford grew up in Bravado, Texas following the MacRae brothers around with a huge school girl crush on them. When she was fifteen her family’s home burned down and they moved away. Now, years later, she is a grown woman recovering from a bad marriage. She has moved back to Bravado to go into business with her aunt. The MacRae brothers are still single and she has seen each of them around town. Rumors have her curious about the brothers, and then a package mix-up gives her the perfect opportunity to go visit the ranch and maybe find out if the rumors are true.
I very highly recommend this book and give it a rating of 5 out of 5! The writing is outstanding and the characters stole my heart. I couldn’t pick a favorite of the three MacRae brothers because I think I’m in love with all of them. I really liked Cara and was rooting for her the whole way. She’s strong and independent, but she’s not perfect. She’s flawed like the rest of us. The character development is great and we get to know each of the brothers. They are alike in some ways and yet each one is their own person with different personalities. Cara is still wounded from her marriage and she still struggles with issues from that. Not only are they getting to know each other, but Cara is learning things about herself as well.
I was completely hooked from the very start and couldn’t stand to put it down for even a minute. The heat level is extremely high, but there’s more to the story than just erotica. There’s family drama, small town drama, and romance. It’s a bit mysterious as we get to know each brother and anticipate how things are going to turn out. I thoroughly enjoyed this book from start to finish. At about 139 pages it’s a nice length because it’s long enough to give the reader a chance to really get to know the characters and their story, but without having to get into an overly long novel. I have been wanting to read Ms DeLand’s books for a while, but this is the first one I have had a chance to read. I am definitely a new fan.
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