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Genres:  Romance, Cowboy, Erotica, Novella, Virgins H/h, Instalove

Dual POVs

The Blurb:

Blake Jennings has always wanted what his parents had: a sweet, simple love that lasts a lifetime. And when he meets Luciana, he knows she’s the one.

Luciana Salazar comes from a tight-knit family that pushes her to follow her dreams. When she takes a job on the Braided Rope Ranch, the last thing she expects is to fall in love with its owner, the dark-haired man she’s seen watching her in town.

Roping the Virgin is over-the-top sweet, with a heaping scoop of sexy steam. Blake sweeps his Luciana off her feet and gives her the life she’s always dreamed of.

Warning: Ridiculous is almost close enough to describe this irresistible short story. Come back to the Jennings farm and pull up a rocking chair. You’ll like the way they treat you.

My Review:

Roping The Virgin (Cowboys & Virgins, #2)Roping The Virgin by Alexa Riley

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

“Roping The Virgin” Cowboys and Virgins #2 by Alexa Riley.
My Rating: 4 Stars!!

Here we have another Alexa Riley novel you absolutely can’t go wrong with. I just love the heroes in AR novels. They are so ridiculously over the top, intense and possessive when it comes to their women. Total cavemen! I love it!

Blake Jennings has had his eyes on Luciana Salazar for a while now but she doesn’t reciprocate his feelings. At least not yet. Because when a Jennings sets their eyes on something they want, it’s theirs. Now he just has to make Luciana see things his way.

That task becomes pretty easy once Luciana starts a live-in job on Blake’s ranch. She is interning on his ranch to help move her closer in completing her education and training. Luciana wants to be a veterinarian. Of course, living in Blake’s house only helps him in his goal.

Being so close to Blake’s irresistible charm and insistence that she belongs to him, Luciana can’t resist. Truth is, she doesn’t want to. Hey, when we’re talking about an Alexa Riley hero, I can’t resist either. This book was good but I Ty is my favorite brother so far. Ty’s story is in, “Branding The Virgin.”

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