The Thing About Cowboys by Ciana Stone

Sexplorations, Book 2

Ellora’s Cave

Erotic Contemporary

ISBN: 9781419919541

Reviewed by Shayna

   

 

Photographer and romance author Delilah Jackson knows how to make people look good on camera and how to heat up the page.  What Dee’s not quite sure of is how to deal with businessman Cameron McIntyre.  Cam’s a tall, orgasmically sexy hunk of man, with charm to spare and cockiness in abundance.  What Cam wants, he gets, and he’s set his sights on Dee.  Though she wants to resist him, Dee can’t help but be drawn to the sensual Texan.  With the support of her two best friends, Dee decides to throw caution to the wind and have her very own “Sexploration” with Cam.  But simple pleasures tend to become a lot more complex when love enters the mix… 

Prepare yourselves for a sexy, wild ride with this delicious Sexplorations tale by Ciana Stone.  The Thing About Cowboys is “five alarm” hot and tons of fun with characters that are impossible to resist.  Dee’s such a lively spirit that I was immediately drawn to her.  She’s straightforward, loyal, and incredibly likeable, making her a heroine you want to watch find happiness.  As for Cam, it’s easy to see why Dee can’t ignore her attraction for him.  He’s wickedly seductive and has an easy manner about him that makes him a perfect match for Dee. 

The Thing About Cowboys is the second book in the amazing Sexplorations series.  While the story stands on its own, Fenny and Dini from the first and third books (Legal Briefs and My Fishnet Fetish) are strong supporting characters.  What is unique about the Sexplorations series is that the bond of friendship between the women in these books is every bit as important as the romance.  I loved watching the interactions between Dee, Fenny, and Dini every bit as much as those between Dee and Cam. 

A wonderful book from beginning to end, The Thing About Cowboys is not to be missed!

     

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