Thursday, August 8, 2019

Title:  Sweet Summer Sunset
Author: Delores Fossen
Available:  Now
Source:  NetGalley
Publisher: Harequin
Rating: 4 stars

Rodeo rider Nico Laramie may have a not-so-squeaky-clean reputation with the women of Coldwater, but there are rules he doesn't break. No bullies. No married women. And definitely not his best friend, Eden Joplin. So what exactly is Nico thinking, kissing Eden in front of her jerk ex-husband? With the proverbial bull out of the pen, Nico is about to get gored--hard.

Eden has secretly been writing a sex-advice blog called "Naughty Cowgirl," but her divorce killed all her sexy inspiration. Then, when her gorgeous best friend kisses her in a way that makes her toes curl, suddenly Eden's mojo is back. And the heat isn't going away. Now something deep and long-denied is happening between them. Something that could destroy their friendship...or finally prove that this time it's the real deal.

SWEET SUMMER SUNSET, the third in the Coldwater Texas series is the story of Nico and his best friend Eden. The fun thing about these books is they can by read as stand alones and you aren't left in the dark about previous books. That being said, I can't wait to read more about this family! 
This book has a little bit of everything from family drama to mind blowing sex and not sex scenes (a lot of frustration shall we say) to a mystery that kept me invested in this book. The various story lines were followed extremely well and never let me not understand what was going on in the book although at times there was a lot going on! I really enjoyed this book and another great addition to my friends to lovers collection (one of MY favorite tropes).


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