Blurb: How can one woman love two men at the same time?
Natalie fears Levi is falling out of love with her. When he hires his best friend as a ranch hand, she’s equally shocked at the uncontrollable attraction she feels toward him. How will Levi respond if he finds out?
Levi Kelly’s sexual desires go way beyond the missionary position. When his best friend, Trace, admits to falling for his girlfriend, Levi proposes they share her. The two men slowly seduce Natalie, teaching her she has more than enough love for two men.
When Natalie’s senator father blackmails her, Natalie agrees to leave the two men behind and hit the campaign trail. But she can’t forget them. And they can’t forget her. Will she be able to escape her conservative father’s iron control and embrace unconventional love?
Review: The Cowboys Ride Again has a great premise, a good trio of characters that have a lot of scorching hot sex. And the sex is raw, hot, and totally engaging. Natalie was a character I could relate to and I enjoyed seeing her wrestle with her thoughts, intentions, misgivings and finally taking what she wants and hanging on for one wild ride. I think Levi and Trace had redeeming qualities independent of each other. But together, something for me felt wrong. There was too much manipulation into getting what they wanted out of Natalie and I started feeling that she deserved better than either one of them.
The story takes some twists and turns and Natalie’s father steps in as the villain of this western romance. (For me, all good western have a villain.) Natalie sacrifices her needs to protect her cowboys. But I didn’t think her cowboys gave up anything for her. Maybe after all the manipulation, I would have felt more for Levi and Trace if they had been more heroic. Natalie sacrificed, solved the conflict in their relationship and with her father, then goes and claims her men. For me, she made the story. She has spunk, grit and knows what she wants. I enjoyed her the most in this story.
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