Ride: A Bad Boy Romance by Roxie Noir
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
you know that one mistake when you made when you were young and drunk? that one mistake you hope stays in the past? but you can't seem to ever forget about?
mae guthrie has such a mistake. when she's called in to replace a photographer at the rodeo-track, she wasn't expecting her past catching up with her. a past that grew up from young adult ale to one handsome man.
he's like a forbidden fruit dangling himself in front of her. she knows she can't get involved with him, it could cost her her job.
but temptation is hard to resist.
jackson cody couldn't believe his eyes. that one girl, that one that always invaded his dreams, the one he never had but the one that captivated him the most. back in his live and he's told to stay away from her! that's one rule he's more then happy to break. mae stirs feelings in him that he long thought dead, his interest in the rodeo bunnies died instantly.
with stolen moments throughout the event jackson and mae strengthen the connection they made as young adults but the feelings that grow aren't just puppy love feelings. forced apart by work they can't wait to plant to meet up again when mae is asked to snap pictures at the next rodeo event.
will the feelings still be there? what happens when things go bad for one of them?
will they go public? or will it be the end to everything?
emotional, sizzling, hot,.... it touches all the right spots to make a good story! the attraction was undeniable. their naughty time was invigorating and inspiring *winks* adored the book and ending!
free copy given in exchange for an honest review
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