Title: Cowboy Seeks Husband
Author: Leta Blake and Indra Vaughn
Publisher: Leta Blake Books
Release Date: February 26, 2019
Page Count: 283
Reviewed by: Kirstin
Heat Level: 3.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Walker Reed’s Louisiana cattle ranch is in debt after costly repairs from hurricane damage. To get the money, his family schemes to make Walker the star of a new bachelor reality series: Queer Seeks Spouse.. How hard can it be to fake interest in a dozen handsome men for a few weeks in exchange for enough money to solve all of his problems??
Roan Carmichael never got his Masters degree after his mother was diagnosed with cancer. With medical bills piling up, and a costly experimental treatment available, Roan signs on to be a suitor on Queer Seeks Spouse. While he hates having to leave his sick mother long enough to win the cash for her treatment, he’s willing to do whatever it takes.
Can two men who are just in it for the money fake their way into real and lasting love? Cowboy Seeks Husband, the latest book by Vespertine authors Leta Blake and Indra Vaughn, features a cowboy, a hipster, opposites attract, steamy scenes, and heart tugging moments that will leave you wanting more.
I didn’t expect this story to absolutely consume me like it did. Whoa. Cowboy meets hipster. Who knew? It was freaking GOLD.
Walker lives on his parents ranch. His dad is getting older and weather issues have drained the savings so finances are tight. A new reality show offered $300K to Walker to become the first gay bachelor-type show in history. And he took it. But it isn’t like anything he’s ever experienced and all of the suitors are overwhelming.
Roan needs money. His mom is dying. His last chance is this cowboy bachelor show. If he can just make it a few weeks, he’ll have enough to get his mom into a medical trial that could save her life. He just has to make sure to keep his feelings out of this. And it turns out it’s harder than he thought.
I devoured the words here. Honestly, I really didn’t expect this light-hearted story to impact me so much, but the writing was so great. The characters were so deep. The romance was so tender. I loved the dialogue. I loved the little accessory things like the fact that Roan wore glasses for fun. That Walker had a bit of a kinky side. That they didn’t take life too seriously, but still cared so deeply.
Honestly, I could recommend everything about this story. Yes, the setup was a bit cheesy, but it was all in fun and the MC’s really made this story so consuming and lovely. Go get it and read it and you’ll be glad you did.
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