They might call me Sir Loin of Beef, but when I see Kaitlyn for the first time, stick a fork in me, I'm done. But I won't claim her alone. Jed Cassidy and I share everything, and that includes her. If the sweet little librarian isn't ready to be wrangled by two rodeo champs, we'll just have to break her in nice and slow. She's ours. We will win her over—body and soul—and when we do? Well, let's just say we'll give her a hard ride...and it'll last a hell of a lot longer than eight seconds.
Kaitlyn Leary takes one look at the sexy cowboys and can't remember the last time she was so eager for a double helping of... big beef. But giving in to desire might ruin everything. Because the truth is that this small town librarian isn't all she seems. Landon Duke and Jed might be talking about a future of picket fences and making babies, but the past could destroy it all. Still...two cowboys?
Who could resist?
Remember: With a Vanessa Vale book, one cowboy is never enough. In this smokin' hot new series, each heroine gets an extra helping (or two) of Grade-A Beefcake.
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Okay, this was a quick read but it was good. I loved how the siblings all were together. They gave each other a hard time over their nicknames. I also loved ‘s mother. She was so wonderful making sure that knew nothing was her fault. duke (no one calls him Landon) and his best friend Jed like to share their women. In fact, they are looking for the one. Duke’s father explained how they would know when they met her and meet her they do.
Kaitlyn got talked into going to the bar by her friend and had to stand by while that same friend hit on Duke. However Duke has other plans and they include Kaitlyn. After one of the most erotic strip show I have ever read things heat up fast. Then Kaitlyn drops a bombshell. One that the none of them may get over.
All in all this was one of the best quick reads I’ve had in this particular sub-genre in a while. I enjoyed beginning to end and can’t wait to see what happens with the rest of the Duke boys.