Nicole Austin – Scandalous

{July 28, 2007}   Wild Wild West by Charlene Teglia


Three city girls from Seattle are enjoying a night out at a chic coffee house in downtown Missoula, Montana, the heart of the old West. When a gang of cowboys mosey in looking for trouble, they find trouble of the best kind… and these boys are primed and ready to ride. There’s Gabe, a hard-bodied rancher who’s discovered some imaginative new uses for rope. Chet, a rodeo cowboy who’s charmed the pants off more than a few country girls and vows to remain a bachelor for life. And Reuben, a former Army ranger with a taste for edgy sexual games. As the couples embark on a scorching night of passion and play, they experience the most exquisite pleasure—and discover kinky new thrills they never dared to imagine. Because when it comes to knocking boots, cowboys do it best… 

Nic’s Recommendation:

Don’t plan on setting this book down once you start reading because it’s just not possible. Lock the doors, turn on the answering machine and tell everyone to come back later. Each of the three interwoven stories is full of heart, romance, and wild wild cowboys. Yeehaw! The witty dialogue will have you laughing out loud, and the memorable sex scenes will heat you up. Ms. Teglia’s characters are fun, adventurous, and loveable. I highly recommend Wild Wild West. It’s a book I’ll read over and over again. 

Wild Wild West is available for pre-order from Amazon.


*big silly grin* Thank you, Nic!

You’re welcome, Charli! When I grow up, I want to write awesome dialogue like you do.

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