Title:Cowboys for Christmas
Source: Requested review
Genre: Contemporary erotic romance- M/F/M trio
Julie Kensworth opens her door to more than a blizzard and greets two wayward cowboys. She realizes right away she’s headed straight for the eye of the storm.
Brandon Blake and Quinn Stewart are a long way from home. They’re looking for a warm place to hang their hats while they try to wait out the snow and ice, which continues to gain momentum.
Julie is an author and she’s not just the average writer, she’s one of the most notorious writers in the world. When Quinn and Blake figure out Julie is an erotic romance author, well, needless to say, their minds churn with all sorts of ideas, most of them geared toward how they can heat up the cold winter nights ahead.(less)
Rating- 2 1/2
I like the story and the characters, but there were times when I got lost in the novella. Don’t get me wrong this book is good, you’ll just have to take your time reading this one. I loved the idea that the heroine was an erotic book writer, I also loved the mystery that‘s has to do with the heroine. The heroes are very kind and helpful to Julie; then again they can be a bit nosy at time LOL. The sex scenes are hot, but it takes a while before you get to get to the sex (anal is included). So be warned. The anal scene are not to realistic, you don’t take someone who has never done anal before and expect them to be able to take on two guys the first time, then again this is fiction so it may not bother some of you.
Julie writes her dreams out in books and then one day she finds her dreams standing at her door during a buzzard. Now she just has to let herself go and live out her dreams, it’s just not that easy.
“She’s the Dr. Seuss of hot romance. He wrote about green eggs and Carla Carrington writes about prime beef.” Brandon grabbed his front bulge. “At least we know what kind of woman opened up her home to us.”
“Don’t get too excited. Not only did she put me in my place in that coal bin, but she also informed me that she wasn’t opening up anything more than her home as a means of hospitality.”
Brandon stuffed the books back where he found them, squeezing them in between other hardback and paperback titles. “At least we know she wouldn’t oppose the idea of two men, ya know?”