Released: August 9 2016
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Six Pack Ranch #10
Length: 9 hrs and 45 mins
“ROCKY MOUNTAIN DEVIL felt very comfortable and nice…”
~ Under the Covers
It’s been a while since I’ve read a book in this series, mostly because I wasn’t paying attention and completely missed when this came out! But what happens when there’s so much time between reading books for me? I forget the characters! So yeah, I went into this one without much recollection about Raphael Coleman.
What I was immediately excited about is the fact that Rafe and Laurel have been best friends since they were kids. They used to get in trouble together, share all their special memories, as really good friends. There was no one without the other. And after some time apart where they had lives of their own apart from each other, they are finally back in town together and trying to make a relationship work. Which is what they’ve always wanted. Loved that!
There are some things about this book I really liked, like the fact that the pacing of the relationship makes sense for them reconnecting and even though they may want to jump feet first into dating and getting physical they still take things slow. Not quite a slow burn, but almost? That made sense to me. Also, the characters themselves were very likeable and had their own personal struggles to deal with.
What I’m never a fan of and I’ve been happy not to see if so much in the books I’ve read lately is the “I’m no good for you because I’ll end up being like my father” mentality. Whyyyy????? I hate this!!! So, this dragged down my enjoyment of the book a lot just because it kept making me stabby.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN DEVIL felt very comfortable and nice, which at times can also be a little boring, but it was overall a sweet read and it’s always nice to be back in this world Ms. Arend has created with all the sexy cowboys. Now I’m left wanting more.
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