She just doesn't know it yet.
Catherine's life is in New York. The property she's inherited is in Bridgewater, Montana. Going back to the town she visited every summer as a child stirs up long forgotten memories and a girlhood crush, on not one teen-turned-hot-cowboy, but two. Cousins Jack and Sam Kane. Fortunately for her, in Bridgewater, one cowboy's never enough.
In this contemporary version of Vanessa Vale's USA Today bestselling, Bridgewater Ménage series, Catherine is forced to choose the life she really wants: the big-city lawyer or the small town cowgirl with two men who want to take her for a very dirty ride.
Warning: Panty melting! Ride Me Dirty is a wildly dirty romance with two obsessed alpha cowboys and a Type-A heroine. This HEA is all about her - no m/m.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Title: Ride Me Dirty
Author: Vanessa Vale
Bridgewater Country is one town that has a different way of living. They accept your choices, but their men are there for the women. To make them feel special, loved and doted on no matter what is going on in their lives, whether it's with one man, two or more. The idea behind having more than one man? Should one suddenly die, then the other can be the pillar to help their woman survive the loss. It's been the values that the town was founded on over 100 years ago and Catherine had spent her childhood summers until the age of 12, none the wiser but loving her family and friends that lived there. Years later she inherits her uncle's house and must make her way there to take care of the legalities, taking time off of her high stress and time consuming job as a lawyer... on the plane she meets Jack, the cowboy that her best friend encourages to have wild monkey fun (paraphrasing here), and their attraction is instant... igniting to higher heights when Sam, Jack's cousin, joins in, wanting to keep them all together forever.
this is my first novel i've read by Vanessa Vale and i loved it. I know that this is the contemporary/modern twist to her historical romance novels of the same town, but it was done in such a way that you can't help but be curious as to whether or not if it exists. While there were many elements of insta-love, i enjoyed how Vanessa Vale tackled the subjects of what's important in life: work, family, love and all the things that makes us grateful that we're alive every day. Knowing there will be more books in this series makes me just a little more than impatient to find out exactly whose story we'll get to experience next..
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