“Sometimes out of the frying pan and into the fire is the best way to burn. “
“Naked Cowboys, Book 2”
Amy Stark has it all together except for chronic bad taste in men. She s firmly in hands-off-all-men mode when a flat tire forces her to accept the help of exactly the type of man she s sworn off. Arrogant, cocky and condescending.
When she runs into him again later that day and then finds out her brother has invited him for dinner, the fire between them has a sizzle of a different kind.
At eighteen, Buck Montgomery left home to make his mark on the bull-riding circuit. He may have had wild success in rodeo but his personal life is in the dust, and while he s ready to start a new life he s wary to expose his heart. Buck knows he should tell Amy the truth, but every time he opens his mouth, hers is right there with kisses like molten lava.
When his past resurfaces at the worst possible time, Buck can only wonder if Amy will love the man he has become or if the man he was will chase her away.
Warning: Contains barnyard language and clap-your-hands-over-your-mama s-eyes sex between a cowboy with a checkered past and a ranch girl with all the right moves.
I couldn’t wait for this book to come out. I read Stark Naked (book 1 in the Naked Cowboy series) and laughed my ass off. Buck Naked isn’t that book. There were some funny moments, but it was a more serious book. Amy deserves some happiness. She’s definitely picked some losers and Buck has punished himself enough for crimes he didn’t even commit. He was set up for a crime and it didn’t stick because he had an airtight alibi (he was in jail for public intox). Even though he was proven innocent and charges never stuck, but his reputation was decimated. He couldn’t go back to the rodeo, so he started over.
Amy was everything Buck ever needed and never thought he would want. The fact that these two complete each other so well was beautiful and Desiree wrote it so that the reader understands that easily.