Cowboy Domination - Stacey Espino Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Erotic / Author: Stacey Espino / Kindle Edition / Book is published 2010-12-29 by Siren Publishing
Newest Review: ... no preconceptions I'm perhaps feeling a bit more generous towards the novel than I would be if it was written by a writer who ... more
Customer Cowboy Domination - Stacey Espino Reviews (1)
by - written on 10/09/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Warning! This review is of an erotic romance novel, that means that it will include references to sex. Callie is a cowgirl who lives on a farm with her sick Grandfather. Taxes have been high and there's been pressure for her to sell to the Black brothers who own a much bigger farm nearby and need her land to expand. Callie is struggling financially but she's determined to keep her family home, at least while her Grandfather is still alive. The Black brothers offer her a deal, her body in exchange for them backing off and allowing her to keep her land. Callie soon finds herself developing feelings for the Black brothers but do they want anything more ... Read the complete review
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