5 Star Review: Picture Perfect Cowboy by Tiffany Reisz

Wednesday 3 October 2018

Picture Perfect CowboyPicture Perfect Cowboy by Tiffany Reisz
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Who'd have thought a cowboy would fit so well into the Sinners series? Saying that, with the idiosyncratic mix of characters we've already met along the way, I guess anything goes but really, a cowboy!

This cowboy, however, was just too decadent for words. Being a retired Bull-Rider, Jason is now living a quiet life in Kentucky and he has swapped bulls for horses. He thinks his life is just about perfect but still he's lonely. Having fled from his meddling and pious parents, he can pretty much now live life as he pleases but he's still not living a life that's true to himself. When he’s unexpectedly asked to stand in as “Mr November” on a charity calendar, the thought of naked images of himself are enough to give him nightmares and you can only guess what his family would think. Jason does, however, overcome his reservations and arrives at the library ready to bare all to the world, or at least the photographer, Simone.

Simone is a pro-sub and a close friend of Nora, Soren, and Kingsley. When not working as a pro-sub, she's a photographer and because of her interest in kink, she’s more than comfortable working with naked models. Despite her confidence, however, Jason is clearly struggling with the task at hand but Simone manages to endear herself to him and before long the session is over. It’s upon leaving the session that Jason admits something to Simone that she already suspected and that is that Jason has an interest in her lifestyle, although this is something that he’s never acted upon, especially given his upbringing. When Jason invites Simone to his ranch, it’s on the clear understanding that she will help him overcome his fears which she does, and then some!

It’s not long before Simone works her magic and Jason frees himself of his reservations. As the two bond, they start to develop feelings for one another but as they both live very different lives and practically worlds apart, can they really act on their feelings for one another?

I'd originally read this story via the Exposed anthology and I couldn't wait for more from the story. I was hoping for more than a final chapter to wrap up Jason and Simone's story though. That said, I could read and re-read this book as many times as I've read all of the others. Jason was incredibly sweet and charming and Simon added the spice that his life was clearly missing. As expected, their story also includes scenes with Nora and Soren which provides readers with that little something extra from our favourite sadist and the only woman who can bring him to his knees. The only thing missing was a little King, but his larger than life personality could have overpowered the sweet and tender love story between Jason and Simone.

I simply love the Sinners series and despite this almost feeling a little like a side-step away from the original series, this story is definitely one to be savoured and relished by new and old fans alike.

This ebook was kindly provided by the author/publisher via Netgalley prior to release in return for an honest and unbiased review.


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