I have to say that I went in to Kiss My Boots expecting something different than what I got, but I ain’t mad about it at all. It was a fun, quick read that leaned more towards the open and honest then closed off and broody and I found myself eating up every word until the very end.
OMGTate! This man, I swear is just all kinds of goodness. The bottomline with him is that he man’s the fuck up. He isn’t perfect, he knows exactly what his faults are, but he puts it all out there and it’s up to you to either believe what he’s putting down or not. Quinn. God this girl. Those who know her best call her ‘Hell-Raiser’ and she most definitely is, but then things go a little sideways and you see that vulnerable side she does her best to hide and she actually becomes more approachable and makes it so much easier to see her heart.
So, I stated that this book went in a different direction than I expected and I honestly thought Tate and Quinn’s second chance romance would be a hell of a lot more angsty and it wasn’t. There was hesitation, there was a bit of not believing that things could work out, but it was in no way OTT. Tate and Quinn actually approached things like adults...well, for the most part...and were quite transparent (even when they didn’t want to be) with their feelings and it just made it so easy to see why they should be together when everything was said and done.
As much as I loved Tate and Quinn, I can’t deny that Mav, Leigh and Clay were huge factors in my overall enjoyment of this book, as well as a few other characters who played small but significant parts in the story *cough* Jana and Mark *cough* They made it fun and believable and kept things real and on the level, especially where Quinn was concerned. Kiss My Boots was a fun, low on the angst, smexy character driven romance and I am looking forward to diving into Clay’s book!
~ Copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley & voluntarily reviewed ~
In this second of the sultry, Western-set Coming Home series from New York Times bestselling author Harper Sloan, Quinn Davis might finally have a shot at her own happily-ever-after—but will she let love in, or will she tell it to go ahead and kiss her boots?
Quinn Davis prefers to live her life quietly. She’s the stereotypical tomboy with two overprotective big brothers who have always been there to protect her, especially from devilishly handsome cowboys with silver tongues. That is, until Tate Montgomery comes riding into town. Their first meeting, however, is far from something out of a fairy tale and only further convinces Quinn that men aren’t worth her time.
The only place Tate Montgomery ever truly felt at home growing up was during the long, sweltering summer months he spent at his Gram and Paw’s farm in Pine Oak, Texas. Now, Tate has returned to his childhood sanctuary seeking a fresh start—but if he’s being entirely honest, he’s not just back for the wranglers and Stetsons. During those summers, Quinn was a friend-turned-young-love who Tate lost when life threw him a curveball and he cut all ties to his past; but all it takes is one glance at the raven-haired beauty he did his best to forget for him to realize just how much he’s been missing….
Release Date: July 18th, 2017
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Harper Sloan is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal & USA Today Bestselling Author of the Corps Security series, the Hope Town series and the stand alone novel, Perfectly Imperfect.
Harper lives in Cumming, Georgia just a few hours north of her hometown of Peachtree City. She (and her 3 daughters) enjoy ruling the house they dubbed ‘Estrogen Ocean’, much to her husbands chagrin. Harper has a borderline unhealthy obsession with books; you can almost ALWAYS find her with her eReader attached. She enjoys bad reality TV and cheesy romantic flicks. Her favorite kind of hero–the super alpha kind!
Harper started using writing as a way to unwind when the house went to sleep at night; and with a house full of crazy, it was the perfect way to just relax. It didn’t take long before a head full of very demanding alphas would stop at nothing to have their story told.