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Review: A Cowboy to Remember by Rebekah Weatherspoon (2020)

Cowboys of California, Book #1

Heat Factor: Definitely not closed door, but I wouldn’t say explicit either

Character Chemistry: I’m going to have to quit reading second chance romance because the “I’m so sexually attracted to you but I really can’t get over my emotional baggage” just does not work for me.

Plot: see above but toss in a healthy dose of amnesia

Overall: I’m not sure emotional maturity is a good fit for a second chance romance

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Review: Sir Loin of Beef by Vanessa Vale (2018)

Grade-A Beefcakes, Book 1

Heat Factor: Two dicks for the price of one!

Character Chemistry: She is The One. Our boners tell us so. 

Plot: Calling it a plot is a stretch.

Overall: This is an erotic romance about two men who share a woman, and leave the curtains open as they do the deed in the living room. 

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Review: Jake’s Redemption by Jamie Schulz (2019)

The Angel Eyes Series, Prequel

Heat Factor: Let’s fix your sexual trauma by having sex! 

Character Chemistry: She literally owns him.

Plot: There’s a lot going on, and also kind of nothing at all. 

Overall: Unfortunately, this book committed the cardinal sin of being not that fun.

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Review: Operation Cowboy Daddy by Carla Cassidy (2016)

Cowboys of Holiday Ranch, Book 5

Heat Factor: Simmering

Character Chemistry: They both feel unlovable, and therefore shut each other out – doesn’t make for awesome chemistry

Plot: Not annoying

Overall: I liked it better than I expected to

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Review: Texas Glory by Lorraine Heath (1998)

Texas Trilogy, Book 2

Heat Factor: Sexy, but not too explicit

Character Chemistry: OMG, have a conversation already

Plot Development: Hinges on the birth of a son

Overall: So sappy. Useful for when you want a nice, cathartic, sob-fest.

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