This spicy cowboy tale provides a glimpse of life on a ranch while telling a sweet romance story. Ally’s behavior is a bit inconsistent, especially after the major scare she experiences and the final scenes seem a bit contrived and abrupt to me but there is definitely nice heat between the main characters. An entertaining light read.
“Take Me Home Cowboy” by Krista Ames is a sizzling contemporary romance novella featuring Ally Kincaid who has come back to Wyoming for a visit after a two year absence. Matt Gentry is acting as the foreman for Ally’s father Jesse, and the sparks they strike off of each other is complicated by her mistrust for the man who has moved into her father’s house and become essential to workings of the life she abandoned. A serious injury causes Matt’s past to become very pertinent but Ally’s suspicion continues to drive a wedge between them, forcing difficult decisions that will alter their lives forever.
Ally Kincaid returns to Freewill, Wyoming, to see her father after a two year absence. Anticipating a quiet family reunion, she finds herself butting heads with her father’s foreman instead. The man’s arrogance and sexy drawl push all her buttons, making her wonder what he’s hiding beneath his cowboy swagger.
Matt Gentry walked away from the past and shies from the future. No ties means no one gets hurt…until the boss’s daughter, a hot, green-eyed blonde, tempts him to break his own rules.
When tragedy strikes, will building tension and pride destroy their growing attraction or show them the way home?