Review: The Cowboy Takeover by Alysha Ellis

The Cowboy Takeover by Alysha Ellis
Release Date: June 28, 2016
Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
Pages: 67
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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Some things are worth more than money.

Maddie is on her way to Harwood Downs Cattle Station to evict cowboy Kyson Brown from the land he loves. The property’s absentee owner has leased it to an open-cut mining company.

Kyson refuses to give in without a fight, and he enlists surveyor Connor Benton to help save Harwood Downs from environmental destruction.

When Maddie is stranded for a few days, Kyson and Connor show her a world of new experiences, both in bed and on the lush soil of Harwood Downs.

Maddie’s duty to her employer is clear, but how can she give up the best sexual experience of her life?

 

Review: This was a very fast entertaining read. If the reader wanted something that will take about an hour or two to read then this book could be for you. I also wanted to warn the reader that this is a ménage book, just in case the reader doesn’t like those kinds of book, or they had strong convictions about not reading those types of books. I like to be clear with the readers so that no one buys books that they don’t want. I wanted to get that out of the way first before I get to the nitty gritty of my review.

This book is a short read, but the reader gets a sneak preview of the author’s next book that will be coming out, which is a nice bonus to the book.

The main protagonists are Maddie, Kyson, and Connor and the sexual tension explodes on the pages from the first moment that they meet. They each have a strong work ethic towards the work that they do, they are all young, attractive, and they want to explore the chemistry that is building up between them all. I have to say, that the sex scenes in this book are hawt!

Despite all the sexual tension, and sexual escapades, there is a story within the story, and it was good. I loved the natural progression of what came next, and there were a few scenes that I didn’t see coming, so I liked that element of surprise. I also liked how the main protagonists relationship development took place outside of the bedroom as well as in. They really wanted to get to know each other and be each others’ friend as well as their lover.

If the reader isn’t opposed to a storyline with a ménage theme, then give this book a try.