Love Under Two Wranglers by Cara Covington

Love Under Two Wranglers by Cara Covington
Lusty, Texas, #23
Publisher: Siren-BookStrand
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (255 pgs)
Other: M/F, M/F/M, Ménage, Masturbation, Anal Play
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Sorrel

Holly discovers the difference between book boyfriends and real-life lovers when Alan Wilson and Duncan Moore aim for her. Alan and Duncan recognize Holly as theirs. Now they just have to convince the virginal librarian that they can live up to any fictional heroes.

As Holly learns to trust those smokin’ hot wranglers, she dares to explore her sensual side—the woman within longing to sample all the delights she loved to read about.

Alan and Duncan already know that Lusty is home, and once they get to know Holly they understand she’s the woman that’s always been destined to be theirs. They long to give her the happy-ever-after she’s dreamed of. Then their past comes back to bite them in the ass.

Years before, they helped uncover a conspiracy, in which racehorses were killed for profit. They didn’t take the threats against them seriously then, but they’re about to discover just how deadly a woman scorned can be.

She’s a virgin with a love for erotic romance.

Holly is a virgin who happens to work in the Lusty town library. And in Lusty, that’s like waving a red flag in front of a bull. A couple of wranglers enter the library with the promise of showing her everything she’s missing. Alan and Duncan are dead set on making Holly their woman but a deadly past comes back knocking.

I loved the overall plot but somehow I think it could have been a lot more developed because I was expecting more regarding past that comes back (I don’t really want to say too much because of spoilers). However, the love, passion, chemistry between all three of them is hot enough to burn the pages.

I would have loved if it was a little more descriptive towards the scenery and how people look. I’m not saying the sex isn’t descriptive. On the contrary, that part is very descriptive and satisfying for erotic fans, including myself.

I loved the characters and the whole town of Lusty. They warmed my heart. This is my first time reading a story from this series and if they are all written in a similar fashion I think I can safely say a reader could start from anywhere in this series and it won’t disappoint or confuse. This one for sure can be read as a stand-alone. The plot starts to build early and eventually works up to a satisfying ending.

I would recommend it to any erotic romance fans.

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