THE COWBOY’S KINK by R. G. Alexander

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THE COWBOY’S KINK by R. G. AlexanderThe Cowboy's Kink by R. G. Alexander
Series: Billionaire Bachelor’s #2
Published by Self Published Genres: BDSM, Contemporary
Source: Author
Reviewed by Lisa

Patricio ‘Tracy’ Reyes built a profitable family run cattle business into the largest privately owned beef producer in the country.  Along with several other successful companies Tracy spends all his time traveling on his private jet from one place to the next, putting out fires that crop up and then onto another site.  Every waking moment is focused on work which leaves Tracy with literally no free time.

 

When he does finally decide to take a break imagine Tracy’s surprise to find two women in his favorite home, one extremely pregnant.  Turns out that his guests are relations of a sort.  Tracy’s young cousin left a bad scene in New York City to start fresh in Colorado and his pregnant wife Jinny followed.  That’s right, wife and pregnant. Surprise. Apparently Jinny’s big sister Alicia Bell didn’t know about the wedding or the pregnancy either. Agreeing to stay until the baby is born Alicia isn’t interested in Tracy’s wealth, but his sexual advances intrigue the sexually repressed school teacher a great deal.  What do they say about idle hands?

 

Book two in the Billionaire Bachelor’s Series is smoking hot.  The Cowboy’s Kink brings together a spunky teacher and a kink loving stressed out rancher.  What starts out as a no strings attached sexual exploration by two adults evolves into a genuine romance that takes Tracy and Alicia time to acknowledge.  Embrace this intelligent, enthusiastic love story.

 

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