The sequel to the 2012 novella, At the Cowboy's Mercy.Bronc rider Liam Delaney has earned a place in the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas for the second time in his career. But before he rides, he wants to look up the woman he’d spent two weeks with, four years ago. Though she'd been a stripper, she'd seemed like so much more than that. They’d had fun together, and whenThe sequel to the 2012 novella, At the Cowboy's Mercy.Bronc rider Liam Delaney has earned a place in the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas for the second time in his career. But before he rides, he wants to look up the woman he’d spent two weeks with, four years ago. Though she'd been a stripper, she'd seemed like so much more than that. They’d had fun together, and when he thought about his last visit to the finals, he thought about her. He’s looking for a repeat.Grace Bertrand doesn’t strip anymore, but she’s still working at the same club when Liam walks in. She never thought she’d see him again once the rodeo left town, had banked on that. For some reason, he was the one man she couldn't forget. Now he’s back, looking for the same kind of fun they had last time. Though she knows she should refuse, one look at him is all it takes. She’s been alone too long, and he's just the cure for that loneliness. But after a night with him, she remembers she’s not the person she used to be.The problem is, the person she is now is just as attracted to Liam as the old her. And she has no idea what to do about it....
|Title||:||The Cowboy's Saving Grace|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||131 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Cowboy's Saving Grace Reviews
I was not over the top or down at the bottom. This was an enjoyable listen to pass the time. I found both characters needed to work on their communication skills without the sex. Neither Liam or Grace seemed to be very deep characters, but you could feel the love they both had for Noah. Instead of being open and communicating with each other things were left by the wayside and caused unnecessary issues. This was a quick listen and gave a good start to what could have been a good full length. Narration was good but nothing pivotal stood out and stuck with me to make it even more or less.
One thing I love about Emma Jay's writing is that her style is (nearly) mechanically flawless. It makes her books a pleasure to read rather than an exercise. I'm exhausted after reading some authors because I feel like I've been grading a horribly written paper. This is absolutely not the case with Emma Jay. She is one of the few authors (along with Jami Alden, Kristen Ashley, and Megan Hart) whom I constantly stalk for new releases. Anyway, this was a quick read, so the story was short and to the point (in a good way). Two of the secondary characters were introduced in Book 1, and supporting characters were kept to an absolute minimum. I really loved how this was a second chance relationship--makes the story a bit more realistic. And besides, who doesn't love stories about hot cowboys in the rodeo circuit! Would I recommend this book to a friend? Yes!Would I read this book again? Definitely!
Enjoyable read with a hot cowboy
I loved these books in the series, my only wish is it didn't have such an abrupt ending. I feel like there was more story to tell and a lot was left unanswered or unresolved.