Rock Star Cowboys

Rock Star Cowboys

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by D.L. Roan, Kathryn Lynn Davis

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The McLendon Twins are all grown up and - oh my gawd - are they ever a double handful! The perfect combination of reckless and charming, the golden boys of Grassland have become country music gods. Carson is the life of the party. Connor loves their music, but he's had it with Carson's antics and life on the road. He's ready to call it quits when their beloved Papa


The McLendon Twins are all grown up and - oh my gawd - are they ever a double handful! The perfect combination of reckless and charming, the golden boys of Grassland have become country music gods. Carson is the life of the party. Connor loves their music, but he's had it with Carson's antics and life on the road. He's ready to call it quits when their beloved Papa falls ill and they are called home to their family ranch on Falcon Ridge; a place that holds both their hearts and the painful secret that changed their lives forever.

Occupational Therapist Breezy Youngblood once loved Connor and Carson to the moon and back. She was a mere girl when her world was shattered and she was forced to leave Grassland with only her broken heart. When she's asked to return to help the McLendon patriarch recover, she's forced to face the tragedy that destroyed her dreams of ever calling Falcon Ridge her home. Will Connor and Carson embrace the second chance they've been given, or turn their backs on the one person who can make them whole again?

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Rock Star Cowboys (The McLendon Family Saga, #3) 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
MarySM 23 days ago
Rock Star Cowboys, The McLendon Family Saga Book 3, is just as good a read as the first two books. Connor and Carson, the McLendon brother’s twins from their first marriage, are all grown up, get discovered on the music scene, and become just as the title states, rock star cowboys. They’re in high demand and have women falling all over them. Carson uses the lifestyle to numb his pain and guilt from a past tragedy. Connor still loves their music, but he and Carson are constantly clashing, as Carson tries outdoing each scandal with a bigger one. Connor is about to the point that he’s had enough and is ready to pack it in, when they get news that one of their papas is ill and they need to rush home. But while going home will be great to see Gabby, the fathers, Hazel, their papas, and siblings, Uncles Cade and Daniel, at the same time it brings them back to the scene of the tragedy. Breezy Youngblood had a far less pleasant childhood than the McLendons, but would play with them on the weekends. She loved Conner and Carson, but they loved someone else. She too has a connection to the tragic incident that changed all of their lives forever. Because of that she fled Grasslands years ago. She’s now an occupational therapist and Papa Joe wants her to help in his recovery. Even though she has mixed feelings about returning home after all these years, she agrees to help. It doesn’t take long before Breezy, Connor, and Carson, encounter each other. One twin is rather taken with her while the other is holding onto a grudge as tight as he can. I really enjoyed how the story played out and these three danced around each other and their feelings for one another until they could no longer stand it. Breezy is a great, sweet character, but a strong woman when she needs to be. And she will need to be to handle those two. Conner and Breezy are ready to move forward and now Carson has to decide if he can let go of old hurts, guilt and blame to take part in their relationship or get left behind. This is a truly great erotic western ménage romance, and I highly recommend it. It’s a must read if you enjoyed the first two books.
TheHealer15 More than 1 year ago
Loved it! Read the sequel Honeymoon, loved that one too. Wish the series could continue.
caroldh4 More than 1 year ago
Rock Star Cowboys is book three in The McLendon Family Saga series by D.L. Roan. Oh my gosh, I have just been loving this series. Maybe I get too emotionally involved in my books. But I just can’t help it. This family has wedged themselves in to my heart. We start out when Carson and Conner McLendon are seventeen years old. They are both gifted musically and have become sort of local celebrities with their band. They have always been close, sharing a tight twin bond. Their dream besides becoming famous for their music was also that someday when they fell in love, they would also share a wife. We also get to know Jonah and Dani, their twin siblings, and Cole, their youngest brother, although we don’t see much of him in this book. Breezy Youngblood is fourteen years old. Her life is nothing like the idyllic life the twins have. She has an abusive alcoholic father and her seventeen year old brother, Ford, had to drop out of school so he could work two jobs to try to pay the rent. Every Sunday afternoon when her father leaves for the bar and her brother is at work, Breezy runs to the McLendon property where the family has a picnic on the creek while the kids all swim. This is when she first began to fall in love with Conner and Carson. On a tragic night, all of their lives are changed forever and Breezy is forced to leave Grassland, Montana. We jump ahead to nine years later. The boys have made it big. But stardom isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Carson has something he has kept hidden deep inside all these years and it’s eaten away at him. He’s drinking like crazy and more than once they have made the tabloids with his exploits. For Conner, the divide he feels from his twin is killing him. He doesn’t know how to fix things. And the music isn’t what it used to be for him. Then they get the news, bad news that immediately pulls them home to Grassland and their family. “On the surface, Carson was the life of the party, always laughing and joking, and the women loved him, but something had twisted on the inside.” Breezy has become a physical therapist and is called to Grassland to help with the rehabilitation of Conner and Carson’s grandfather. This is the first time she’s been back since she left all those years ago. Conner is the first one who recognizes the connection with Breezy. Both his fathers and grandfathers had always told him that when they meet the right woman, they’ll just know. Well, he just knew. But it was a lot more complicated than he wanted it to be. There was Carson and all his darkness lately. And it was obvious that Breezy had a lot of unresolved issues that sill remained. “I’ve waited my entire life for you, and you’ve been here this whole time.” This book had plenty of tummy twirling sweetness and plenty of hot and steaminess. But as I’ve come to expect with this series, there was so much more. This family never ceases to amaze me. The first hint of trouble and they close ranks and love and support one another. Conner and Carson were wonderful. Carson, the more dramatic of the two, came out with some of the sweetest words once he figured out what he was feeling. And Conner, sweet wonderful Conner. He is the rock of the two of them. Once these two figured out how they felt about Breezy, there was no stopping them. As I mentioned, we also got to know Dani and Jonah, the twins who now were seventeen years old.
shannybaby1 More than 1 year ago
Second Chances and New Beginnings!! Con and Car are growing up and have plans to become famous rock stars. Breezy is fascinated with them and enjoys her time with their family and away from her abusive father. One tragic moment in time changes everything! Nine years later Breezy is back in town and dreading the outcome. Con and Car are famous rock stars but they have drifted apart and Car is on the road to disaster. When they get a call to come home for an emergency, everything is about to change. Will these three be able to from mending the past and find their way to a future together? Or, will secrets revealed destroy their second chance. Sometimes past mistakes lead you to better things in the future. Con and Car are sexy and the chemistry is burning up the pages. Quote: The fiery burn in her lungs morphed into an overwhelming ache. Her eyelids fell closed, her lips parted and her entire body arched against his when his tongue slid slowly past her lips and pushed against hers. I can't wait to see what happens with other members of the family like, Jonah and Dani!
Theresa-Martin More than 1 year ago
Breezy Youngblood has had a tough life. She and her brother, Ford, lost their mother at an early age, and their father was left to pick up the pieces. Being a drunk and overall loser, Breezy and Ford learned to lean on one another growing up. As hard as it was, they stood by each other and made their way the best way they could. Connor and Carson McLendon, twin brothers born into a large, wealthy family the total opposite of Breezy’s. Their mother, three fathers, and siblings were very close. Although they didn’t run in the same circles, Breezy grew up spending Sundays on the lake with the McLendon’s. They didn’t know it, but Breezy has been in love with the twins since she was a little girl. As teenagers, tragedy strikes both their families, and their lives take them away from the town they called home. All grown up, Connor and Carson are country music superstars. Breezy has become a physical therapist. After several years, a family emergency brings the trio back to the place they called home. Trying to overcome hurts and demons from their pasts, Breezy, Connor, and Carson are forced to face the one thing that destroyed their once close friendship. I thought the storyline progressed nicely, but honestly I was expecting the fireworks to start much sooner in the book. There seemed to be a lot of opportunities for it to happen, then it didn’t. I will say that when Carson, Connor and Breezy finally got together, it was smokin’ hot! I loved the that Carson and Connor having grown up in a polyamorous family—their parents and grandparents—they were surrounded by love and could care less about what the rest of the town thought about their family dynamics. Rock Star Cowboys is the third book in the McLendon Family Saga series. It can be read as a standalone, but you will get a bit more insight to the family by reading the series. I received this ARC for an honest review, and I give it 4 stars.
RHolub More than 1 year ago
Absolutely loved this book. Once again, DL Roan has written a fantastic story about love & family. In this book we get to meet the McLendon twins all grown up & sexy as sin. We also get reacquainted with Breezy Youngblood, who has been in love with Connor & Carson for what seems like forever. Breezy's whole world fell apart when she was 14 years old. She lost the three most important people in her life all in one devastating night. Now she's back & so are the two men who have forever been the center of her universe. But with so many misunderstandings between them a Happily Ever After seems more like a fantasy than it ever has. Things between Connor & Carson haven't been completely right in years & it just keeps getting worse. When they are called home for a family emergency it seems to Connor to be the perfect opportunity to get Carson out of the public eye after his latest screw-up. Will coming home help the brothers find their way back to each other? Or will old memories & new tensions just pull them farther apart? If you're a fan of hot rock star cowboys & HEA's this book is most definitely a must read!!!!
Rosemary1955 More than 1 year ago
Rock star Cowboy The story moves forward for the McLendon family. Carson and Conner are grown and rock stars Twins they may be but have their differences and disagreements. To get to the present go back 14 years to a time when life was fun and games for the boys, but not for Breezy who is a neighbor she had a sad life and found refuge being around the McLendon family . She has always had a crush on the boys. She leaves Falcon Ridge to come back years later as a Occupational Therapist. She is helping Papa McLendon. She still feel the pull to the boys who are going through their own life issues. This story had me laughing and crying and at times cussing. D L Roan has taken this story to the next phase and is brilliant in her story telling . This book can be read alone without missing anything but I would bet you will go back after to read their story. I Loved this book 5 stars all the way this is a ménage romance and is for adults . Can not wait for more 5 stars all the way
debb323 More than 1 year ago
Rock Star Cowboys A When Seconds Count Novel by D.L. Roan Breezy Youngblood lives with her drunk, abusive pa and her brother, Ford who works two jobs to pay rent on the hunting trailer she lives in. She does her best to keep them fed and their clothes clean. On Sundays, she goes swimming in the McLendon’s creek on their huge ranch and fantasizes about the twins, Connor and Carson. Then a terrible tragedy happens to Breezy that changes her life and any hope of her dreams coming true. But as fate would have it, years later Breezy finds herself back on the McLendon ranch. D.L. Roan’s books always keep me coming back. I love her characters that are bigger than life and totally believable. Her work always brings in characters from other stories she’s written. The writing is never boring and always shows a lifestyle most can only wonder about. And she does it in such a way that is filled with love and with so much personality. This is for adults only and has an MFM theme. Five stars. I was gifted this book in return for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Can't eait for the next book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it as much as the 1st 2 books in the series.