Sunday, October 13, 2013

Tempting the Cowboy

Tempting the Cowboy
by: Elizabeth Otto
Tempting the Cowboy by Elizabeth  Otto
After taking a job on a quiet Montana dude ranch, ex-cop Rylan Frederickson finds herself surrounded by unbelievably sexy cowboys. Too bad the one she wants is her boss...and the single dad of a four-year-old. It doesn’t matter anyway, because after a recent tragedy, there’s simply no more room in her heart.

Letting a new woman into their life is the last thing Cole Haywood wants for him and his daughter, Birdie. But as Rylan’s presence at Paint River Ranch breathes new life into his family he can’t ignore his growing attraction.

When the sparks between them turn into fireworks in bed, Rylan’s torn between the family she’s lost and the one she may have found. Now she must decide if something that feels this good is worth the risk.
4 Save a horse, ride a Cowboy Stars!!
My review:

I really enjoyed reading this book. This is one of those that once you start, you can't stop until the whole darn book is over. I love Rylan. Thank God I have never experienced the loss of a child, but I can only begin to imagine the pain a mother must go through. I felt my heart breaking over and over with every interaction with Birdie. Poor thing.

Cole. Um, yum. What is not to love about a sexy, broody, did I mention sexy cowboy. He doesn't want another woman. He is too dang busy and has been too burned to even thing about going there, but there is something about Rylan that he can't let go of.

Birdie, oh goodness. I heart her. She is just beautiful!

Man oh man, is this a good book! Towards the end, with the incident with Birdie and Rylan, I cried my eyes out. I mean hiccuping, ugly splotchy face, tears. The way Rylan handled it, ugh. What a man! I wanted to punch him so badly.

Such a good book!! I got my eye on you Elizabeth Otto ;)

*Copy kindly provided via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review!


  1. Thank you so much for your review! Is it bad to say I'm happy that you ugly-cried? LOL.

  2. LOL! Hell no girl! If a book can make you ugly cry, then that's definitely a good thing!! Great job!!