Crystal's Cowboys

J. Rose Allister
Crystal's Cowboys
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Siren Publishing
Release Date
March 2011
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Western Romance

Crystal finds herself lying in the blazing hot Nevada desert, with no memory of how she got there and two seductive cowboys riding to her rescue. Ranch hands Trey and Rafael are hot as hell and want her desperately—how can she choose between them? Her answer? Seduce 'em both together in the old abandoned bunkhouse where they keep her as their sexy little secret.

Riding double sends Crystal soaring to sexual heights—especially the thought of her two cowboys taming each other as well. But secrets of their own and her forgotten danger could cost her both of her western heroes. Will her wild ride end in a hard fall?

Book Review by Rho (reviewer)
Apr 27, 2011   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
124 people found the following review helpful
CRYSTAL'S COWBOYS is a sizzling erotic romance that's hotter than the desert in which it's set. With the hot cowboys, suspenseful plot, and super steamy love scenes, I really couldn't put it down.

Trey and Rafael are ranch hands in Nevada, and while out on their horses, they find a woman lying unconscious in the desert, looking dehydrated. They rescue her and try to nurse her back to health while trying not to notice how much both men are attracted to her.

When she wakes up, Crystal doesn't know where she is or how she got there, but she knows that she's in trouble. She takes her hunky cowboys up on their offer of a place to stay, but she is surprised by how much she wants them both. As time goes on, the attraction between all three of them is undeniable, and they begin to explore the attraction. As the trio become closer, they try to figure out the dangers that await Crystal before it's too late.

The characters in this book were great. All of our main characters had a secret. For Crystal, she couldn't figure out how she ended up in the middle of the desert, Rafael was harboring "more-than-friendly" feelings for Trey, and Trey had some secrets of his own. It made for very interesting reading watching them all come to terms with their individual issues. Crystal really brought Trey and Raf together in a way which they never had considered before, even though they had known each other and were friends for years.

The plot was exciting and suspenseful. The world-building was very realistic. From the ranch life to the sights on the Vegas strip, I really felt like I was there. The author's use of the locations to help build the plot was fantastic. Most of the action and revelations came with a change of scenery and it was very fitting that it happened that way.

This was an extremely erotic story. The attraction between all three of the characters was palpable, although Trey and Raf weren't acknowledging their feelings for each other in the beginning of the book. But their relationship bloomed out of the sensuality they shared while sharing Crystal made the menage all the more sensual. There was a ton of sex in the book, but what was there was absolutely smokin'.

So, CRYSTAL'S COWBOYS features wonderful characters, an exciting plot, fantastic world-building, and steamy sex. This book kept me entertained, and I was really sad to see it end. This is my first book by this author, but it definitely won't be my last!
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