Publisher: Breathless Press
m/m cowboy Contemporary
Blurb: When the future depends on trust—things might get a little rowdy.
After receiving a Dear John letter from his fiancée, Eli Smith isn’t sure what comes next. He’s spent years going from one rodeo to the next, biding his time and saving his money for the ranch he wanted to call home. Unfortunately, he tries to find the answers at the local saloon—too bad the more he drinks, the more he can’t stop thinking about the attraction he’s had to deny. Until now…
Ready to hit the road, Vinn hunts down his circuit companion and best friend, Eli. The last place he expected to find him was in the saloon drowning himself in the bottom of a bottle of whiskey. As if things weren’t complicated enough with the ever-growing attraction between them. But alcohol lowers inhibitions, and for a few brief minutes, Vinn entertains thoughts of going for it—despite the fiancée, despite the friendship, and despite the fact Eli isn’t gay.
Rodeos and cowboys make good bedfellows. But do you risk a friendship simply to scratch an itch?
Review: I love friends to lovers stories most and make them men that finally act on their desires and I’m in bed right along with them. In Cowboy Crush two good friends share common interests, history, and a friendship that should continue into the future. But what if there could be more?
Oh am I glad I was there when it happened. Breathless passion, hot aggressive manlove, yet emotional and hesitant they way it should be when two people move into uncharted relationship waters. It was all the delicious sensations wrapped into a very appealing package. Both Vinn and Eli realize there is risk to taking a chance at something both have always thought about. What would it be like between them? I can tell you – it was good. Hot, sexy, tummy tugs and squirming on the chair. But there was also charming characters, a solid plot and memorable moments. You’ll enjoy Cowboy Crush because of Vinn and Eli and how they react together, but you won’t get the “cowboy” element as much as just a story of two good friends becoming partners in a contemporary western setting.
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