Ball-busting businesswoman meets no-holds-barred cowboy. He’s gonna need a longer rope.

Marketing hotshot Monica Kaur has put her big-city life on hold to help bail out her brother’s failing business. Now she’s got three months to plan and promote a rodeo, the first her tiny hometown has ever seen.

To ensure the rodeo’s success, Monica enlists a local hero, a rancher’s son who’s made a name for himself on the bull-riding circuit. Problem? She can’t stop daydreaming about the cocky bastard—and all the things she longs to do to him out behind the chutes. 

Professional bullfighter Dean MacKinnon is home helping his family while his father fights cancer. Haunted by bad memories, jaded by love, Dean finds escape in a no-strings-attached go-round with brainy, sexy Monica, whose close-knit Sikh-American family would sooner run him out of town than see her with a notorious rodeo romeo.

In private, Monica and Dean play as hard as they work. But as the rodeo draws near, that clean break they promised each other is getting more and more hung up in the rigging.

Warning: Contains rope play, motel nooners, a blue-eyed charmer with a taste for kink, and a brown-eyed princess with a taste for cowboys.

This book opens up with Monica Kaur needing to talk to a local rodeo star Dean MacKinnon. She needs this rodeo to be a success not just for her but, for the town, and her families new venture into buying an inn that she thought was a mistake. In her family though she does not have a say. Her older brother does even though he does not have the business degree from Stanford that Monica does. Dean finally agrees to go out to look at the site for the rodeo and after they talk they end up kissing. After a few days working together to get everything in place for the rodeo he takes to a place that she did not know about even though she grew up there. The more they spent time together working the more their physical attraction for one another heated up and because of her family they had to go to a town far away for their time together this went on until right before the rodeo and they were seen by one of her aunts coming out of an hotel. By the time they got back into town it had blown up and she was for bidden to see him even though she was a grown woman of 28. Her family being of India and him being white and not of the same faith caused a stir. She leaves town after the rodeo for a new job in the bay area and he is stuck trying to come up with a way to show her father that he is truly in love with his daughter. You must read the book to find out what happens. This is a good story. I got this book from netgalley. I give this 4 stars.  Follow us at: 

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