A Gentleman and a Cowboy

Adult
Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Storeowner Laci Monson can’t see that Finn Halliday is just the genuine cowboy she’s been looking for until he resorts to using borrowed duds to capture her attention. When things go wrong, will she be able to see the real man behind the clothes?
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About Randi Alexander

Randi Alexander writes romance novels in a fun variety of genres, like western, paranormal, menage, and sweet. When she’s not writing a story or dreaming about her next book, Randi is biking trails along remote rivers or snorkeling the Gulf of Mexico. Forever an adventurous spirit with a romantic imagination, Randi is family-oriented and married to the best guy in the world. Give in to the allure of passion as Randi’s emotional love stories sweep you off your feet and leave you breathless.

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Reviews of A Gentleman and a Cowboy by Randi Alexander

ELF reviewed on April 8, 2013

4 1/2 stars
“A Gentleman and a Cowboy” by Randi Alexander is the sizzling short story which tells of the lengths that a cowboy will go to impress a lady shopkeeper. Finn O’Grandy has been attracted to the curvy Laci Monson for months but can’t quite seem to get her full attention by pretending to be something he’s not. Little does he know that Laci would be quite happy with the real Finn until she finds a way to convince him of her true feelings.

A fun erotic short story that gives a quick glimpse of a very special clothing store owner and the man who finds a way to capture her attention. A great quick tale that demonstrates the author’s ability to raise the reader’s temperature while describing an interesting gambit in establishing a relationship.

I had the wonderful opportunity to read and edit an early version of this delightful spicy tale.
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Yenny D. reviewed on April 1, 2013

Hot & sexy!
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hrhsophia reviewed on March 26, 2013

Hot and sweet like a real cowboy.
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