His Woman, Sam Crescent (MC/IR Review)

his-womanHis Woman, Sam Crescent

Drake cannot understand why Rachel ignores, avoids and all out runs from him. Women find him attractive yet Rachel goes out of her way to be polite but distant.

Rachel finds Drake to be more than she can handle. After a relationship gone wrong in the city, she has resigned herself to a single life living with her father on her family’s ranch in Crest Hill.

Drake knows what he wants, he has never been shy about it and will not let Rachel’s fear or her overprotective fathers shotgun stop him from claiming the woman he knows is meant to be his.

Bookswagger Marcia: Three Crowns, swagger jacked, decent read. This was a cute read, I found it interesting how the author weaved in Rachel’s parents romantic history. Her father is white and her mother was AA and it was unheard of in their time, especially in the small community they reside in. Rachel and Drakes romance moved pretty darn fast. They knew of each, a product of growing up in the same small town and we are definitely getting the vibe Drake is ready to do what he has to do to make Rachel his after she avoids him for the second time. He is willing to go slow since she is the big V…Yes, I know annoying to some readers in romance land.

Straight to the Swagger: It was alright. The heroine was extremely innocent. Did not know her own beauty and you hear about her overprotective father and his shotgun a lot…So here is another read that can be used for the reading drinking game. Every time you read shotgun. Throw one back for Bookswagger!

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Posted on July 3, 2014, in Bookswagger, Swagger Book Reviews and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Lol. This is the first time I’ve heard about the book drinking game. Great review.

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    • Lol, yes just a good excuse to keep the wine handy. The first time it happened I was listening to an audio book and they said the name of the imaginary town obsessively.

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  2. anna@herding cats & burning soup

    LOL a book drinking game. I’d have to do quiver. Oh my word. It’s like every book I read lately has an abundance of quivering. Heh

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  3. I’ve saw this one of ARe and was considering getting it…I might still. She is the big V huh? lols. Not a fan of virgins, but still… 😉 Great review Marcia.

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    • Yes lol. It was a read definitely not one I would reread. Which sucks cause it sounded so good and I was excited but SC had been a hit and miss for me lately a lot of her reads have been ho hum.

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  4. This does sound like a good read. I like reading about romances that had so much more to over come than than the usual misunderstandings.
    Thank you for sharing 🙂

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