Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by Samhain Publishing
Released on January 10, 2012
Right after finishing Rocky Mountain Heat, I ran straight to read Rocky Mountain Haven. These Six Pack Coleman’s are keeping me entertained! Blake and Lexi are getting married, but it’s all about Daniel Coleman and the lovely Beth Danube.
We meet up with Beth out on the town with her sister who has found the younger Coleman twins. Feeling a little to old for the twins, she humors them all until Daniel shows up and he rocks her socks off with a few words, but she isn’t looking for a relationship after the death of her abusive husband. With three sons to raise, she leaves the bar and memories of Daniel behind, ready to move to a small town to teach and raise her boys.
Well, wouldn’t you happen to know it? Beth moves right in to the town where all the Coleman’s reside and nothing is going to stop Daniel this time from getting the woman who twisted his man briefs in a bunch. The two start dancing around each other with secrets they both own. Daniel slowly works on Beth first with dirty talk (oh yes) and then fulfilling her fantasies one by one that don’t include the missionary position.
I loved the care in which Daniel takes to win over Beth. He isn’t looking for meaningless sex or a one night stand. Nope, he wants all of her, so he goes about seducing her with all the exciting things they can do to each other, while also integrating himself into her life. Beth for her part has a lot of baggage from an abusive husband to get over. Raising three boys isn’t easy and she is leery of putting herself in that position again.
I loved out the Coleman’s rallied around these two from Jaxi being pregnant and sharing the love with them to Daniel’s parents being baby-sitter/pseudo grandparents to the boys. Beth learns not all men are the same and that some men do want a woman who is soft and caring, but also has a passionate side.
This one had some non-missionary sex moments, but at times it also felt a little innocent to me or a little staid in a way. Nothing bad as it was sweet and lovable. The cast of characters in this story keep me coming back for more. I now want Gabe’s story as we keep seeing the elusive cousin make entrances in two stories.
Literary Pickers: Saddle
Never Ending Series: Six Pack Ranch
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