Rocky Mountain Heat: Six Pack Ranch Book 1

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Name: Rocky Mountain Heat

Author: Vivian Arend

Published: August 31, 2009 by Liquid Silver Books

Purchased: June 21, 2015, free on Kindle.

☆☆☆☆☆/5

I don’t know what it is about this author but this is the second book I’ve read by her after All Fired Up and I have yet to find any problems with her writing.

I just downloaded another book from her and I can’t wait to read it, though it may take a while because I do have quite a TBR list, which you can actually take a look at on my goodreads page.

Anyways, this story is a little different than others I remember reading, he tries so hard to stay away and she tries so hard to get him. It’s not the first time a girl goes after the guy but it was that they tried so hard!

This wasn’t an emotional rollercoaster and honestly, I can’t remember if All Fire Up as one either but, it was rather cute, funny, and sweet.

The writing was simple, just descriptive enough to let the reader see it, to visualize the story in their head while keeping it moving.

There was also a side story about another brother and while I didn’t really think it did any thing for the story itself, it was a nice little distraction from focusing on just one couple.

I am also highly curious about Travis, I want to know his story and why he’s doing what he’s doing.

An adult book all the way but one that actually won’t make you cry.

Thank you for reading my review.

-Sam

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