Blog Tour: Review: Saddles and Sin by Jessie Evans **GIVEAWAY**
This tremendous love story is one of those you'd kill have in your possession.
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Publication: September 16, 2014 by Self Taught Ninja Press
From New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Jessie Evans.
Even sweet cowboys have a sinful side…
Robert Lawson—Bubba to his friends—is six feet, four inches of tall, dark, and handsome cowboy, with a panty-melting voice and a face made to launch a country music career. But when his family’s ranch hands go down with the flu, Robert cancels his high-profile auditions in Austin, and returns home to Lonesome Point to help out. Fortune and fame are all well and good, but family and friends come first. Besides, he’s ready to enjoy some off-the-clock time with his manager, a woman who has him dying to show her what a good man can do to a woman when he’s given permission to be bad.
Marisol Medina has been looking for her golden ticket since she became a country music manager. A scandal with one of her clients nearly destroyed her, but now she's close to launching an artist who will make her career. Robert Lawson has it all—talent, charisma, and a naughty side the flicks all of Marisol’s kinkier switches. But Robert is off limits. She refuses to mix business and pleasure, even if it will be hell resisting temptation while spending a week at the Lawson family ranch, doing her best to convince Robert to ditch the saddle and embrace his future as a star.
But as Marisol and Robert grow closer and the passion between them ignites, Marisol must decide if fear is stronger than love, or if a chance at forever is worth breaking all her rules.
I left like an insider to certain things, capable of relating to what a character felt, did, wanted.
I loved that Robert 'Bubba' was the wear-your-heart-on-your-sleeve kind of man, the dirty talk, good old boy charm, and good looks were the cherry on top of a very delicious ice cream sundae.
I really got caught into this storyline with such originality, depth, and strong writing style.
I believe there was a whole lot of build up for the climax, then the aftermath more quick and straight to the point with no cliffhangers. I really wished the issue with Marisol's family played a part in the story, or at least resolve some of the problem with Marisol's past fiasco. Other than that, the lightening quick romance was a shooting star.
Overall, this was an awesome read I'd really recommend to romance readers, and country cowboy lovers. I absolutly cannot wait for Tulsi and Pike's story in the next book in this series. I read the excerpt at the very end and just about exploded from not being able to squeal in my current location. Sounds promising.
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About the Author:
She's married to the man of her dreams, and together they're raising a few adorable, mischievous children in a tree house in the boonies. She grew up in rural Arkansas, spending summers running wild, being chewed by chiggers, and now appreciates her home in a chigger-free part of the world even more.
When she's not writing, Jessie enjoys playing her dulcimer (badly), sewing the worlds ugliest quilts to give to her friends, going for bike rides with her house full of boys, and wandering the woods, glass of wine and camera both in hand, on the lookout for Bigfoot.
A southern girl, born and bred, Jessie loves writing Southern romances with just the right amount of sizzle, and hopes you'll enjoy her stories set in the fictional town of Summerville, Georgia. Especially the "Always a Bridesmaid" series!