So Not A Cowboy

So Not A Cowboy

by Starla Kaye

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Mandy Weatherford had a wild weekend of hot sex with a man she met on the rebound in Maui. As their relationship grew hotter, they went to Las Vegas where she married Erik Mallory on a dare. They had agreed to get a divorce, but suddenly he refused, wanting to work things out. How? She’s determined to move back to the family ranch and take over as manager. Her husband owns a highly successful computer game programming business in Los Angeles. Two different worlds. But he is so annoyingly stubborn.

Erik Mallory fell in love with Mandy the night they met in Maui. All their time together after that only made him love her more. Now that he’d married her, he is not letting her go without a good fight. She can be as stubborn as she wants, but he’s determined to win the battle. He may have to warm her sweet bottom a time or two to get her to be reasonable, but that’s all right with him.

Book Length: 7 chapters / 30,000 words

Note: This story has scenes of adult discipline spankings. If such material might possibly offend you, please do not purchase this title.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015474169
Publisher: Blushing Books Publications
Publication date: 09/09/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 572,282
File size: 605 KB

Customer Reviews

So Not A Cowboy 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
aliciaes More than 1 year ago
This is a very good sequel to So Not a Cowgirl with Mandy and Eriks story. Even though they haven't known each other that long Erik is bound and determined to make his hasty marriage to Mandy workl since he is in love with her. One way or another he will get her to see things his way.
_SH More than 1 year ago
I love SK and her cowboys and this was a nice follow up to So Not a Cowgirl. However, I got confused in the story as Mandy and Erik professed their love for each other in the middle of the book and then towards the end the story read as if that never happened.