Review: Wild West Weekend – Double D Tales by R.M. Sotera

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Denise Alicea

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Bristol arrives at the ranch and the Dougan brother’s don’t know what to think about her.  She is sexy and in the wrong shoes.  She is head strong and  Damon is bound to make her his.  They both have had some bad relationships and they are both scared to love but, once things start to heat up they want to see where their realtionship goes.

Cassie has returned to her favorite place she use to visit in the summer times.  The Double D ranch.  Dakota is anxious to see her again as Cassie is too.  Dak notices Cassie is no the same girl he use to love and still does.  She is a bit more open and he see where it will take them.

Both stories were good my favorite was the first story with Bristol and Damon.  I didn’t care too much for Cassie.  The characters were great though and the banter was good.  The book keeps you glued.

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Wild West Weekend – Double D Tales 

R.M. Sotera 

Genre: Western Romance


Book Blurb

Two people scared to love again. Two others hesitant about commitment. A weekend in Nevada will change all that.

Bristol Ashcombe is swearing off men and taking a vacation with her friend, Cassie. Damon Dougan is packed and ready to leave the ranch for a trip, that is, until a long-legged, sexy woman steps out of a vehicle and he decides to stay. Will one sex-filled weekend be enough for either of them?

Cassie Harding travels to the Double D ranch to meet Bristol and looks forward to seeing her old friend, Dakota. Dak’s excited when Cassie, his former sweetheart, returns. Cassie and Dakota, though they’re heating up ‘the sheets’ in and out of the bedroom, have fears about commitment after years of being single. Will they find it’s better to dance together than apart?

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