Robert Lawson—Bubba to his friends—is six feet, four inches of tall, dark, and handsome cowboy, with a panty-melting voice and a face made to launch a country music career. But when his family’s ranch hands go down with the flu, Robert cancels his high-profile auditions in Austin, and returns home to Lonesome Point to help out. Fortune and fame are all well and good, but family and friends come first. Besides, he’s ready to enjoy some off-the-clock time with his manager, a woman who has him dying to show her what a good man can do to a woman when he’s given permission to be bad.
Marisol Medina has been looking for her golden ticket since she became a country music manager. A scandal with one of her clients nearly destroyed her, but now she’s close to launching an artist who will make her career. Robert Lawson has it all—talent, charisma, and a naughty side that flicks all of Marisol’s kinkier switches. But Robert is off limits. She refuses to mix business and pleasure, even if it will be hell resisting temptation while spending a week at the Lawson family ranch, doing her best to convince Robert to ditch the saddle and embrace his future as a star.
But as Marisol and Robert grow closer and the passion between them ignites, Marisol must decide if fear is stronger than love, or if a chance at forever is worth breaking all her rules.
This was the first book I have even read by Jessie Evans and I am totally hooked. I love a good cowboy romance and Saddles and Sin gives you everything you would ever want.
Robert “Bubba” Lawson is your typical guy. Handsome and rugged with good manners and a sinful voice, he makes women around him weak in the knees. He’s trying to break into a music business with the help of his spitfire manager Marisol Medina. She’s pointing him towards super stardom. But when he is pulled back home for a week, things between Bubba and Marisol start to heat up. They can’t deny the pull between the two of them. The only problem. Marisol has a past she’s too afraid to admit to, knowing that as soon as Robert finds out, he’ll leave her, just like everyone else in her life.
I really loved Bubba and Marisol together. Their push and pull was fun to read. Highly recommend this book. I am off to read book 1 now 🙂
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