All Night Long with a Cowboy: A Kittredge Ranch Novel

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St. Martin's Publishing Group, Aug 24, 2021 - Fiction - 320 pages
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USA Today bestseller Caitlin Crews returns with All Night Long with a Cowboy," another emotional romance in her stunning cowboy series Kittredge Ranch.

If you play with fire...

One of the most notorious cowboys in Cold River, Jensen Kittredge always has willing women with sweet smiles vying for a place in his bed. So when the prissy high school librarian sidles up to him in the most disreputable bar in town with a scowl on her face, he has no idea what to make of it. Much less the attraction he feels toward the bespectacled creature who wants something from him... but not that. Yet.

Someone gets burned...

Harriett Barnett doesn’t care for dens of iniquity— or the insolent cowboy she certainly shouldn’t find attractive. But one of her students needs her help, and if she needs to corral the infamous Jensen to save him, she will. Trouble is, the town’s favorite Kittredge brother is a lot more than she bargained for. Harriett's happy little life is orderly and neat, just how she likes it—until Jensen blows it all apart with his particular brand of addictive passion. Can a modern-day schoolmarm really tame the wildest cowboy in town? Or is Harriet headed for a terrible fall?


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It came to attention when I was getting ready to read SUMMER NIGHTS WITH A COWBOY that I hadn't written my review for this book for some reason, so here goes.
great addition to the Kittredge Ranch Series, and if you enjoy the Opposites Attract trope you're going to love this one! Jensen Kittredge is what you may refer to as a playboy but he just loves to have fun and not be tied down to anyone, so if that makes him on so be it. But don't let that carefree attitude fool you because there is much more to him if you give yourself the time to really get to know him.
I loved Harriett from the moment she walked into the Coyote, a place no one would ever expect to see the buttoned up high school librarian. From the way she dressed and carried herself you would think she was much, much older than her actual years and I think that is what really had me liking her right away but then there was so much more we learned about her and I was as hooked as Jensen was.
The chemistry was great and it was really fun watching Jensen change his ways once he found his forever one.
If you enjoy Steamy Contemporary Western Romances, Cowboy Romances, Small Town Romances, or Opposites Attract I would recommend this book to you.
Happy Reading!!!

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I had a really hard time with this book overall. I could not seem to get into it. There was a lot of “thoughts” but not a lot of interaction between the characters. In chapter 12ish there was some more interactions from them however that does tapers back down again a few chapters later. It just seem like something was missing. The only character I really liked was Aidan he just wanted so wanted something better for his life and wanted no needed someone to believe in him to make it happen. There is adult situation through out the story so it may not be suitable for all. I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. 

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USA Today bestselling, RITA--nominated, and critically-acclaimed author Caitlin Crews has published over one hundred books, many of which were written under the name of Megan Crane. These days her focus is on contemporary romance in all its forms, from small town heat to international glamor, cowboys to bikers to military men, and beyond, including the contemporary western romance Cold River Ranch and Kittredge Ranch series. She has taught creative writing classes at UCLA Extension, leads occasional workshops, and attempts to make use of the MA and PhD in English Literature she received from the University of York in York, England. She currently lives in the Pacific Northwest with a husband who draws comics and animation storyboards, and their menagerie of ridiculous animals.

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