Review: Cowboys Make Better Lovers by Kelly Wallace

imageTitle: Cowboys Make Better Lovers
Author: Kelly Wallace
Format Read: 
kindle freebie
Series: none
Publisher: Linden Bay Romance, Llp
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release date: September 30th 2011
Formats Available:  kindle, ebook, paperback
Number of pages: 188




Book Blurb:

When Sarah Collins loses her only sister in a car accident, she’s surprised to learn that guardianship of her two nephews and infant niece has fallen equally to her and her brother-in-law. Sarah’s not ready to be a parent, but can she trust playboy Raif Manning to do the job? Raif, an illustrious photographer, is ready, willing, and eager to give up his wild bachelor lifestyle. He’s just purchased an old, rundown farmhouse in Kansas and his number one priority is to restore it as the perfect place to raise his new family. Raif knows that he has to have a proper home for the kids if he’s going to convince Sarah to give him sole custody. But when Sarah shows up on Raif’s doorstep he’s completely unprepared. The house is in shambles, the kids are running amuck, and what’s worse? As soon as Raif gets an eyeful of the sexy Sarah with her sassy attitude and completely transparent suit of armor, he falls hard and fast. Little does Raif realize that while he’s trying to find a way to lure Sarah into bed, she’s finding her way into Raif’s heart and helping him realize his dreams.

My Thoughts:

Short book  and with a lot of emotions. A couple died and left their three children in their brothers hands, and that’s how Sarah and Raif encounter happen. Sarah’s sister was the closest family she had and now that she’s gone everything looks a bit disconnected and she takes three months to go see the kids. And that’s when she met Raif.

Raif was a playboy, he worked as a photographer and used to being seen with different girls everyday, so Sarah gets a little worried in leave the kids on his watch, since she doesn’t think will be good for them to be raised by her.

Raif just bought a house on the town and needs all the cleaning and work done as expected for a new house. That’s when princess Sarah shows up and everything looks not good enough.

I loved the fact that Raif judged Sarah from the beginning but discovered that she really had a different life from what he would have though and things started to get steamy really fast. Those two sure does have chemistry and leaving together made things even more difficult.

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