Review: Ride Me Dirty by Vanessa Vale

Ride Me Dirty
Bridgewater County Book 1
Release Date April 06, 2017

 

synopsis

They remember her as a gangly kid.
She doesn’t remember them at all.

Her life’s in New York. The property she’s inherited is in Bridgewater, Montana. Going back to the town she visited every summer as a child stirs up long forgotten memories and a girlhood crush, on not one teen-turned-hot-cowboy, but two. Cousins Jack and Sam Kane. Fortunately for her, in Bridgewater, one cowboy’s never enough.

In this contemporary version of Vanessa Vale’s USA Today bestselling, Bridgewater Ménage series, Catherine is forced to choose the life she really wants: the big-city lawyer or the small town cowgirl with two men who want to take her for a very dirty ride.

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Tash M

review

Vale has been reviewed by me a few times now on the blog because I’m quiet frankly addicted to her books. She always has a project in the pipelines and I enjoy her stories and know that I won’t be forcing myself to read her latest of out of obligation.  Her ménages are some of my favourites as it always well written and her prose is straight forward and to the point. And the heat well, I’m not complaining

Her latest book is the start to her new series featuring a familiar setting to those who adore her Bridgwater Menage series. However this series, follows the descendents of the original Bridgwater families as they find love in modern times.

Bridgewater is a small thriving town that stills follows the practices of their ancestors and encourages people to follow the traditions that this town was founded on.  Same basic ideas but a different time  and place.

Whilst it maybe modern times. The men of Bridgewater haven’t change still remaining the same charm and attraction that drew the woman to then in the first place.   It was easy way to see why Catherine  was still intrigued and loved the town even after spending years away from here.

Catherine had spent her summers there and saw it  a whimsical magical place where she felt she belong . Catherine aka Katie  didn’t realise how much of a connection she had to the town thanks to her family history that lead back to this town.  She was adorable clueless as a woman not realising her innocent childhood memories hid the very adult secrets of the town.  I loved that she didn’t judge but just accepted it without a blink of eye as it could of ended of very badly.

Who no better then her childhood friends and crush to show what she was missing , Bridgewater style and bring her memories to speed with some very risky  moves .  Jack and Sam were everything I expected them to be and more.  I loved they both were a nod to the past yet they were every inch a modern man as well and fit right in to the ideas of Bridgewater. Cowboys at heart

Whilst the story may have the typical flair of Vale and plenty of action that readers wouldn’t be disappointed in . I was invested in this book because of the story.  Katie was a city lawyer in a  world where it was old school. Women were treated as expandable and  I loved the men showed her that it didn’t have to be. That she could have a better life in a small town and be adored and loved by two men .

But will she chosen what she has always known or  follow the life that her ancestors lead and be part of the new generation of Bridgewater families. You have to read and find out for yourself , in the latest series from Vale. A great  first book to kick things off for her latest series.

 

 

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