The McGavin Brothers & Vicki Lewis Thompson
A Cowboy’s Honor (Book 2)
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Overall Rating: 4 (sXe)
Quick & Dirty summary: Cody McGavin isn’t even sure Faith Underwood is a girl when she suddenly propositions him. But once Faith makes her offer: Cody “deflowers” her and she’ll lend Cody her horse for his trip, he can’t stop thinking about her. Faith has spent most of her life around men, but she hasn’t given a lot of thought to love or sex. When she meets Cody . What she hadn’t bargained on was Cody being more than she dreamed.
This is a sweet, sweet novel. It’s short, relatively uncomplicated, and heartfelt. This is, in my opinion, the quintessential romance novel. There’s some sex, but mostly there’s a lot of exploration. Faith explores who she is as a woman and how she defines that in this book and it’s something I can relate to, at least. Plus, Cody is one of the best hero’s. He’s not chauvinist, he’s not arrogant, he’s not a jerk—he’s a polite, well-mannered cowboy who loves his momma and doesn’t run away from his feelings. He is probably my dream man.
Is it worth buying? (Kindle $0.99)
Yes! It’s a super sweet novel that is well worth the dollar!
Something else you might enjoy:
If you’d like something a little spicier and sexier, try Alexa Riley’s Branding the Virgin. It’s another short and sweet book with a lot more steam.