- File Size: 1032 KB
- Print Length: 135 pages
- Publisher: Carina Press (October 21, 2013)
- Publication Date: October 21, 2013
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00E1V5SME
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,983,048 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Love Letters Volume 6: Cowboy's Command Kindle Edition
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V Is for Vindicated by Maggie Wells took first spot as far as the individual stories go. Sexy, sassy, and satisfying from beginning to end. Cole and Michelle had smokin' hot chemistry and a romantic history that hooked me from the get-go. - 5 stars
W Is for Wanted by Ginny Glass had all the right ingredients for a perfect romance. Loved the way the story jumped back and forth in time because it was done very effectively. Hotter than hot love scenes made it a real page turner. - 5 stars
X Is for XXX Ranch by Maggie Wells and Emily Cale was another delicious read. The set-up was stellar, but at times the story felt disjointed and the pace fell flat. Overall an excellent addition to the volume. - 4 stars
Y Is for Yearning by Christina Thacher had a quick and exciting start, but really fell off at the end for me. I loved the premise, and I think a lot more could have been done to keep the passion burning beyond their heated looks in the diner. Instead of intensifying, their chemistry seemed to fizzle out in the bedroom. - 3.5 stars
Z Is for Zeal by Emily Cale had an interesting enough story, but again it was hard for me to get through an M/M story. I never felt any sort of emotional connection to the characters. They felt very one-dimensional to me. The conflict was lacking too. - 3 stars
As a whole, I've truly enjoyed the Love Letters series, and this particular volume went out with a bang!
Cowboy Command came into my TBR pile at a perfect time. I was so pinning for some cowboy loving stories. Love Letters: Volume 6 Cowboy Command did not disappoint.
Broken up into different cowboy stories, this anthology started off with:
V Is for Vindicated by Maggie Wells
Barrel-racing queen Michelle Kelly likes to ride wild--but her old flame Cole Powell might have what it takes to rope the woman he loves once and for all.
Well vindication is exactly what Michelle got!
I could totally feel how attracted Michelle was to Cole while she battled her emotions and maintained her cool around him. Very realistic and her feelings were captured perfectly.
As it turned out Cole needed to tame his own emotions.
I loved reading how these two reconnected and patched up their former fallout with some hot loving in the straw.
I also completely loved that the author understood that the readers would know that the straw is not comfortable for laying around in naked and included that description in her story. For me, that just increased my love of the story. I appreciate when authors make fantasy stories as real as possible.
W is for Wanted by Ginny Glass
When Samuel Thrasher is forced to return to his family's ranch, he doesn't want to revisit his past...except when it comes to Merrit Hightower, who's definitely not the innocent girl he left behind!
I didn't really care for Samuel at first. Although he was a young man at the time, I thought he took advantage of Merrit when he took her virginity and then left town. He knew he had done wrong by Merrit when is was taking every precaution to not run into her when he returned to town 15 years later.
It was nice to read Samuel explain himself and finally have him figure out that Merrit was his soul mate. He was lucky that she was still available all these years later. I probably would not have been as understanding and would have required a lot more grovelling.
X is XXX Ranch by Maggie Wells and Emily Cale
Jane Richardson is stunned to discover that the property she's inherited isn't the working ranch she imagined. Handsome neighbor Clive Boland offers to buy the XXX Ranch--and proposes more than just a business deal.
XXX Ranch would be a great full length novel. Even though it was a short story I felt that a lot of the back story was delivered and Jane and Clive's personalities clearly resonated off the pages. I loved XXX Ranch.
Y is for Yearning by Christina Thatcher
Cowboy Ben Hastings is everything Diana wants in a man. He may be quiet, but their passion between the sheets is anything but. Yet making a place for her in his bed and life may be a challenge...
Yearning was great because it is very close to what I imagine a one night stand would be like. Girl likes boy, boy likes girl, they are attracted to each other and then they mutually create a hot memory. I actually would have been totally fine if that was how the story ended but being a romance, the author opted for the happily ever after.
Z is for Zeal by Emily Cale
Rancher Aaron Lyons hates when tourists take over his local bar during rodeo week--until he meets Nathan Howell, and their encounter turns into a one-night stand neither of them will forget.
Zeal is a M/M story. I have read some really great M/M and I am a fan of the genre. I liked how the Aaron and Nathan became acquainted with each other because it was very realistic. They were two guys that were attracted to each other. It was very normal. I liked it.
The first story, V Is for Vindicated by Maggie Wells, was well done and both characters were fiesty and sexy. Michelle is a barrel racer and Cole is her ex-flame that left when he felt he wasn't good enough for her after getting himself busted up. I love that there was humor as well as heat.
I really enjoyed the second story W Is for Wanted by Ginny Glass. Samuel comes home to settle his father's estate and reconnects with his first love, Merrit. Somehow he needs to make her understand why he felt he had to leave her 15 years ago.
The third story, X Is for XXX Ranch by Maggie Wells and Emily Cale, had a entertaining premise as we find Jane inheriting a ranch from the mother who gave her up for adoption. She soon learns it wasn't the type of ranch she was expecting but a brothel. She becomes close with Clive, her mother's neighbor who helps shed light on her parents. They find out that they both have similar ideas for the land and maybe mixing business and pleasure may be a enjoyable way to go.
The fourth story, Y Is for Yearning by Christina Thacher, seemed a bit disjointed to me and I felt the conflict between Ben and Diana seemed forced.
Finally, the fifth story, Z Is for Zeal by Emily Cale, was a story about Aaron a rancher and Nathan a rodeo rider. I found that the m/m just wasn't my cup of tea and at times I found Aaron too feminine.
*I received my copy from NetGalley.com in exchange for an honest review.