Sunday, September 19, 2010

Desiree Holt, Trouble In Cowboy Boots (Book One in the Sequins, Saddles and Spurs Series)

Title: Trouble In Cowboy Boots

Author: Desiree Holt

Rating: Four Siren Stones

Genre: Western Romance

Sub-Genre: BDSM

Keywords: Sequins, Saddles and Spurs Series

Page Count: 98

ISBN E-Book: 978-1419928765

Price: $4.45

Publisher: Ellora's Cave


Reviewer: Nikki


Stranded in Mesa Blanco, Texas, with no money and no prospects, Emily Lathrop hires on as the cook at the Lazy Aces Ranch. Two problems—she can’t cook, and owner Wyatt Cavanaugh is so hot she nearly burns herself just standing near him. Trying to keep her hormones under control is a problem when Wyatt seduces her into his bed and teaches her the real meaning of erotic love.

Now proper Emily finds herself shockingly addicted to the BDSM games he likes to play, her body craving the bondage and domination that pushes her thermostat past the point of combustion even though she suspects it’s all going to come crashing down any moment with a big, painful thud.


Trouble In Cowboy Boots is a short, sexy contemporary story. If the reader hadn't guessed that just by looking at the cover, you'll know fairly quickly while reading the story.

Emily and her friends find themselves stranded in a small town, no idea what to do. Emily is hired on as a cook, even though she doesn't do so very well, and is attracted to Wyatt. Though I don't agree with one of the things Wyatt does in the story, I found him to be fairly likeable.

The story in itself is a good one, with laugh out loud moments, witty and sarcastic dialogue. This is the first book in a series.

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