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Rose's Cowboys
     

Rose's Cowboys

3.5 2
by Starla Kaye
 
When both the marriage Rose had planned and and her career as a professional ballerina are lost to her she packs up and moves to a small town in Colorado to begin a new career as the town’s librarian. She wants a fresh start, to heal her emotional wounds, and to steer clear of relationships with men for the rest of her life. Then she meets two of the sexiest

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When both the marriage Rose had planned and and her career as a professional ballerina are lost to her she packs up and moves to a small town in Colorado to begin a new career as the town’s librarian. She wants a fresh start, to heal her emotional wounds, and to steer clear of relationships with men for the rest of her life. Then she meets two of the sexiest cowboys, notorious flirts who both pursue her…even boldly suggesting she consider a ménage a trois. She tries to resist. The idea is outrageous, wrong.

Camden and Doug, adopted brothers of Samuel Grayson, are a pair of emotionally troubled, but charming cowboys who excel at making women happy in bed. Neither of them are interested in settling down, not wanting to burden a woman they might love with their dysfunctional pasts. When they meet Rose she appeals to each of them in ways they can’t fight. They dare to ask her to have a relationship with both of them, willing to share her just so they can have her in their lives. But can it really work?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016324050
Publisher:
Black Velvet Seductions
Publication date:
03/07/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
665,381
File size:
329 KB

Meet the Author

Live, love, laugh...such simple words, but words I take to heart. There are never enough hours in my day to do even half of the things I would like to do. Maybe I try to bite off too big of chunks of what I want to do, what I need to do, and of what others expect me to do. But no matter how crazy my life gets, I try to incorporate my words to live by (live, love, laugh) into each day.

Beyond my family, I enjoy traveling anywhere, at anytime. I've been fortunate enough to see so many interesting places over my life, places I've read about or heard about. I've been in the jungle of Mexico and looked up at a Mayan pyramid. I've walked inside the partial ruins of ancient castles in England, Scotland, and Ireland. I've stood at the bottom of the Eiffel Tower and looked up. I've ridden on ferry taxis on the Grand Canal in Venice. I've walked along the beach edges in California, Texas, Florida, and France. I've been to New York City, Chicago, Washington, D.C., the Grand Canyon, and so many more places. But I will never see enough. I will always hunger for one more trip.

All of my many adventures and observations of people and places help my writer's imagination. I'm filled with 'what ifs' and ideas for yet more characters. My writing, too, leads me on many adventures. I dabble with romances of many sub-genres: contemporary, historical Western, medieval, sci-fi, paranormal, and Regency. As with never having enough of traveling, I will never have enough of writing.

As a published author in e-books and Print-On-Demand books, I have published 20 novels, 22 novellas, 6 short stories, and 6 anthologies with various publishers.

I also write as S. K. Fero and Skylar Faye

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Rose's Cowboys 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Be warned this story has m/m and m/m/f type of loving. It is about 230+ pages and seemed to lack depth into the characters and story. (I am not one for m/m type stories, don't mind trios but as long as the men don't do anything to each other I am for it.) This author seemed to lightly touch on some deep issues the two men had, but never went into them to make us feel for the characters. There is a man in this small town who took in troubled teens that everyone gave up on. So all these teens became a big family, all with major issues, but were able to become wonderful adults. If the author does not go too much into these characters backgrounds it is hard to get into the story as much. Otherwise I think she has a great idea for lots of books due to the size of this family and the different backgrounds each has to bring to a story. Hopefully Ms. Kaye will go a bit deeper into the these backgrounds for future stories then I think they would be a bit better read.