Steal Me, Cowboy

Steal Me, Cowboy

by Lacey Wolfe

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BN ID: 2940156977055
Publisher: Beachwalk Press, Inc.
Publication date: 08/13/2016
Series: Carver Ranch Series , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 436,639
File size: 183 KB

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Steal Me, Cowboy 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Brencz More than 1 year ago
I enjoy all of Lacey Wolfe’s book especially the Carver Ranch series but this one was a little different for me. The basis of the storyline was very good I just didn’t think she got into the characters as well as other books. It seemed like the whole story was about their differences and not a lot of meat too it. But it was still a good book especially if you like racy, hot, steamy love scenes. I loved all the other Carver Ranch series but you don’t have to read them to catch up, this can be a standalone. I received this book for an honest review and do recommend it along with author Wolfe’s other books.
HumorMyWay More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this story it gave me a few smiles as they worked out their feelings and misunderstandings. You have two people who are just looking for a hook up nothing serious. Isn’t it funny how that doesn’t always work that way? Melissa and Troy are not ready to commit to a relationship both are scared for different reason and there is the age different. After not seeing each other for many years it seems Melissa is all grow up oh my has she now. Neither of these two can keep their eyes off the other and are having a hard time keep their hands to their selves. Not to mention how her brothers would feel about them being together now that is just gross lol. I loved the humor how the whole family laughs together and get on each other nerves but stick together. I love the family values their parents have and how each of them have a part of that in them. This was a very believable story with some ups and downs giving the read a very hot passionate read. Melissa and Troy have to work out what they want their not really sure what that is but they worked on it until they do. Of course the green eyed monster raises its head which bring even more misunderstandings. It’s funny how each see things differently but when looking at how they would feel if the same thing happens it is a different story. This is a great family story of people who give wonderful advice but still let you deal with your issues without getting in the middle. It is well written with wonderful characters you will cheer on. At times you would like to shake them but they seem to work it out. I enjoyed how the romance builds up and how they don’t just jump in bed even with the strong pull they keep their heads well they almost do. I haven’t read the rest of this series but you do get to see where the past characters are and how their lives are. It did make me want to go back and read the ones I have missed. If you are looking for a well written HOT romance with steam coming off it this is the one for you.
MaryJoMI More than 1 year ago
This is a wonderful conclusion for the Carver family. Melissa, the baby sister of the crew, strives to find her place within her family. She feels like no one sees her as an adult so she is working to show she can stand on her own. As she is finishing up college, she doesn’t expect exciting Troy to turn up at the ranch and take her breath away. She doesn’t want to marry a rancher so why does he make her melt? Troy is happy to be back home and working on the Carver ranch. He tried bull riding and is now preparing to enter veterinary school so he can take care of the amazing animals on the ranch. He is surprised at how grown-up Melissa Carver is but is warned away by her brother Tucker. Will he be able to fight his attraction? Does he even want to? Can these two commitment phobic individuals find a path to happiness with each other? Loved the epilogue, a true gem to round out the series.