Misplaced Cowboy

Foreign Affairs, Book Two

Miscommunication, lost luggage and traveling from his family's cattle station to the Big Apple, gives Dylan Sullivan an experience he'll never forget and gives you a story you won't forget. This is the second book revolving around a long distance relationship, a set of twins and two good friends and while it can be read by itself, it is so much better having read book one first.

Quirky humor is found throughout the book as Dylan finds love with someone he never expected to love, Monet, Annie's good friend. Monet is trying to keep her hands off Annie's long distance boyfriend but it's hard. However, once they learn that Annie has already found her match in Dylan's brother, they waste no time in discovering each other. But, Dylan feels the call of the wide open spaces of his home while Monet needs the art galleries of the city. Can they figure something out?

While this may sound like a nice sweet romance, it's so much more and not so sweet. Hot raunchy sex does appear with a yummy Australian stockman being a very willing participant. I absolutely loved this story (and the first one). If these stories are an example of what Lexxie Couper and Mari Carr can produce together, they need to work together more often.


Book Blurb for Misplaced Cowboy

Flying halfway 'round the world to meet his potential soul mate sounds like a fine idea to Dylan Sullivan--until he discovers said soul mate, Annie, has gone looking for him. In Australia. Now Dylan's adrift, a bloke from the Outback alone in the bloody big city. Until he's rescued by Monet, a gorgeous local artist...and Annie's best friend.

A dyed-in-the-wool New Yorker, Monet has never met anyone like Dylan. Taking temporary care of the sizzling-hot cowboy is easy; he's friendly, funny and interesting. Keeping her hands off him is decidedly not easy. That horny accent, that killer grin...and as a successful artist, Monet is very much a hands-on sort of girl.

Dylan and Monet hold back until they learn Annie is engaged in her own foreign affair in Oz. Then all bets--and clothes--are off. But it can only be a fling. An Aussie cowboy doesn't belong in New York any more than a city girl belongs in the Outback.

Now if only their hearts would listen. (Book Length: Short Novel)


Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2012 4.50