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Early Review: RUGGED TEXAS COWBOY by Lora Leigh

Nov 25, 2017


Melina is one of two gorgeous twin daughters, the clever and considerate one who always spared her parents the humiliation of what her sister Maria had wrought. But now, Melina is finally ready to stand up for herself and seize control of her life—until she is kidnapped by a cowboy, named Jardin, who is dead-set on settling the score with her family. There’s only one catch: In capturing Melina, this tough, rough, hunk of a man has actually found a way to unleash her greatest fantasies, body and soul. . .

Beautiful, spirited Angel Manning has always longed to experience the power of her ancestors’ most precious heirloom. Her mother once told her that the legendary Irish torque would lead Angel to the one man worthy of possessing her heart. But when Angel learns that her father, now a widower, has sold the torque to the notorious two-timer Jack Riley, she is furious. Of course she plans to take back what is rightfully hers, by whatever means necessary. But the fate of the ancient Druids works in mysterious ways. . .Could it be that this slick, smooth-talking cowboy was destined to satisfy Angel’s deepest desires all along?



Rugged Texas Cowboy is not at all what I had hoped for.  Cowboy and the Captive were by far my favorite couple.  I loved the intensity and the angst.  I didn't really connect with the Cowboy and the Thief.  I think I would have enjoyed them more had they been full length novels instead of short stories.  The types of relationships Leigh writes about are very intense and built on trust.  That being said there are a slew of short stories by Leigh that I love.  I am a fan of her Breed series and dying for one particular story that is soon to come out next September, Cross Bread.  If you haven't read Leigh's work, you MUST. 

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Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pub Date: Dec. 5, 2017

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