Monday, July 2, 2018

Review: Rough Ride by A.S. Green

"Do not underestimate me, Cowboy. I may be small, but I can do more than you'd think." - Tess

Rough Ride
Author: A.S. Green
Publisher: Carina Press
Published: July 1, 2018
Source: Publisher

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Summer in the barn at Camp Winnepauk is about to get interesting.

For years, part-time cowboy Luke has obsessed over a beautiful green-eyed girl he once saw in a magazine. Not a model, just a girl who captured his imagination…and then fueled every sexual fantasy he’s had ever since. When that picture comes to life in the form of Tess, a twenty-year-old counselor-in-training with a sexual appetite that rivals his own, Luke has finally met his match.

Tess wasn’t thrilled about spending the summer mucking out horse stalls, but things take a dramatic turn when she meets Luke. The tall, lean cowboy delivers more than she could have hoped for, showing her exactly what her body is capable of. There won’t be weeks of flirtation for these two: Tess is impatient and her cowboy…does…not…play.

I'm not too sure why, but I am addicted to erotic novellas that I can devour in less than an hour. I can't seem to get enough of them. Maybe it's because we're fully into Summer and it's not hot enough outside. Let's kick up the heat on my Kindle...

I loved A.S. Green's Rough Ride. It was my 2nd time reading one of her Dirty Bits novella and I want more. Although you're only with Tess and Luke for a short time, I still felt the connection with them. They were well developed and lovable characters. The chemistry and sexual tension between them was sizzling hot. I loved their romance and that ending. A great little novella on a hot, summer day.

A.S. Green lives in the cold, upper Midwest with her husband and three children. She spends summers on Lake Superior, which is the muse for Summer Girl as well as many of her young adult titles published under her real name. She is a sucker for down-to-earth heroes who work with their hands (if they play guitar, that’s an added bonus), and she enjoys all things Irish—particularly music, dancing, and Jameson. When she’s not writing or reading romance, she’s visiting book clubs, blogging for Writer Unboxed, or practicing law.

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