Release date: October 1st 2009
Brenda has been through enough relationship drama. After her husband was caught cheating at their wedding, she decides it’s time to start over. Brenda leaves her fast-paced city life behind to start over on a ranch in east Texas. Part of her fresh start comes in the form of ranch hand Billy Joe Watkins. Brenda’s taken with his gentlemanly, handsome ways. When she meets his good friend and fellow ranch hand, Salvador Rivas, the next day, sparks fly with his overly seductive nature. Both admit to being ladies men, but claim their attraction and feelings for Brenda are sincere. They say they will do whatever it takes to prove to her they’re in it for the long haul. Can Billy and Sal be trusted? More importantly, can Brenda learn to love again so quickly and easily?
This series started really good when Jasmine decided to enjoy some casual sex with two guys, but I don’t understand why every women that know her has to try the same thing and even have plural relationships, because let’s face it is really difficult to find a open minded guy, imagine two..
I liked Brenda and how she’s trying to change her life after what happened in her wedding day, but is necessary to enjoy two men that she work with? I found it a little to much the fast love and how strange is for these men to just accept everything.
But I loved Billy and Sal. They work together for a great thing and never tried anything together in sex, but both of them have serious feelings for Brenda and decided to try this strange relation. They do not have homosexual sex.
The sex scenes were really great and how these two introduced her to anal was sweet. I enjoyed parts of the book, but the plot is like a déjà vu.
#1 – Jasmine’s Urban Cowboys
#2 – Sharing Brenda
#3 – Victoria’s Secret Life