Monday, July 30, 2012

The Reluctant Virgin (Ride 'em Hard, 6)


The heroine in The Reluctant Virgin isn't a virgin by choice. In fact, she'd love to rid herself of the title and know what it's like to enjoy the pleasures of the flesh. But she has a secret, a disability that keeps her hidden away from men. 


We all deal with some sort of insecurities in our lives, and many of those overlap into our romantic relationships. The cosmetic industry profits from women trying to achieve perfection. The problem is that confidence and happiness usually come from within. If a man doesn't appreciate you for who you are, faults and all, it's time to find a new one! 

In Cindy's case, it will take the convincing of three working cowboys before she'll feel comfortable enough with herself to accept the love they offer.

Want to win a copy?


I'll choose a random winner from the comments section. Don't forget your email.


NOW AVAILABLE!



This title is offered at a 15% discount. Offer ends midnight CST, August 6th.

[Ménage Amour: Erotic Cowboy Ménage a Quatre Romance, M/F/M/M, bondage, spanking, sex toys, HEA]

Cindy Taylor has reinvented herself after a childhood she’d rather forget. It’s seven years later when she’s forced to return to her hometown on business. She’s a new woman with the same deep-seated vulnerabilities thanks to her disability.

Her regular client, Josh Granger, and two men from her past, Matthew Garner and Chance Anderson, are all hell-bent on making her theirs. But Cindy can’t bring herself to reveal her secret, choosing to live a lie instead. She wants nothing more than to experience the sexual fantasies these men promise, but her fear of rejection is just as strong.

Cindy will have to overcome her personal demons if she’s to experience the happily ever after she was certain would pass her by. It’s a race against time because the men won’t wait around forever, and Cindy is the most reluctant virgin.

13 comments:

Kaylyn D. said...

This sounds like a great book. I must have been under a rock because I haven't heard of this series. I will remedy that ASAP.
kaylyndavis1986@yahoo.com

Sharon Lycett said...

If anyone is looking for a really good book you can never go wrong with The Ride em Hard series, wonderful storylines, characters and a HEA. The covers are stunning can not wait to read book 6. All i can say is thank you for bring sexy cowboys into our lives xx Keep up the good work Stacey

Lisa said...

Whew...can't wait! New to Stacey's books but drawn back every time! lglmoss@gmail.com

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Lisa said...

Whew...can't wait! New to Stacey's books but drawn back every time! lglmoss@gmail.com

RoseRaven said...

I love this series and this looks like it's just as good as the others.

For once, I haven't pre-ordered this one. Was waiting until after work so I actually work today instead of reading

ladyroseraven @ gmail . com

Chris said...

Cant wait to read it! Love these books!
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SusieJ said...

I've just started to read this! I love the series...:)
Thanks for all the hot cowboys!
Hugs xx

June M. said...

This does sound like a good story. I think all women have insecurities, but this sounds like Cindy has more than usual based on a disability. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.
manning_j2004 at yahoo dot com

elaing8 said...

Sounds great.Thanks for the chance to win a copy
elaing8[at]netscape[dot]net

Lee (LuvLee on SCS) said...

Ohhh sounds like a wonderful story!! I know it will be in my TBR pile! I've only read the first in this series...so much more fabulous reading ahead for me!!!

Alisa (Lee)
grizzlys4@yahoo.com

Stacey said...

Winner: roseraven. I'll email you.

Thanks for playing, everyone!!

tammy ramey said...

Hi Stacey,
thank you so much for the chance at such a great giveaway. i love the cover of this book and the series is one of my most favorites(sorry for the bad grammar). i would love to win a copy of this as i myself have a disability and understand just how hard it can hit the self esteem. in fact at this point it in combination with my PTSD and severe anxiety make it so i rarely leave the house. books are my way out into the world again and keep me believing things will improve.

tammy ramey
trvlagnt1t@yahoo.com