Southern Seduction by Reece Butler
Bride Train Series, Book 8
Publisher: Siren Publishing (December 2012)
207 pages, eBook (purchased myself for $6.39)
Book Rating: 5 Stars
Sensuality: Red Heart
Finally, the Sweetwater Ranch's turn! Casey, dressed as a boy, and her younger brother, Willy, came to Tanner's Ford looking to escape their father's plans for Casey. Casey and Willy get hired on different ranches for the winter, Casey as a cook and Willy as a ranch hand, but Casey isn't able to hide her femininity from her employers for long, before the cat is out of the bag and Cole decides the only decent thing to do is marry her and annul the marriage in the spring, but the annulment part isn't to the liking of his cousins/partners Byron and Marshall or Casey. The story line here is much like the previous books in this series, but I really appreciated that Cole (the sole hold out in this group) didn't fight against things for too long and much of the story centered around them getting to know each other, instead of people fighting the inevitable. There was a bit more BDSM in this one, than in others in the series. I loved all the characters! Excellent read, plus, there were a few insinuations of happy endings for a few other minor female characters featured in the series!