Foreign Affairs, Book One
Annie Prince has impetuously flown halfway ’round the world to visit a sexy cowboy she met online-only to find herself stranded in Sydney. Seems she and Dylan crossed wires, and he’s on his way to New York. His twin, Hunter, saves the day and whisks her back to the family cattle station. Hunter’s as easy on the eyes as Dylan, and even easier to talk to. Annie might have flown to Oz to meet one brother, but soon sparks are flying with the other. Hunter considered Dylan a dumb arse for jetting off to America for some stranger-until he met Annie. Turns out the New Yorker is a smart, funny, hard-working jillaroo…and hotter than the Aussie desert. Hunter’s not normally one to poach his brother’s women, but he can’t keep his hands, lips, tongue and other body parts off this sexy city girl. When raging lust leads to emotional attachment, where does that leave Annie and Hunter when her vacation comes to an end-or when Dylan finds out?
I have never read a Cowboy…Stockman romance before. I was pleased with the development of the story, characters, and romance. Amazon was offering the first book “Misplaced Princess” (Foreign Affairs Series) for free and I thought what the heck it’s gotten good reviews I’ll give it a try. I was not disappointed!
Our heroine Annie throws caution to the wind and flies to Australia to meet Dylan a guy she has been talking too online. Miscommunication happens and Dylan is on his way to New York to meet her. Luck would have it that Dylan’s twin brother Hunter is still at the airport and Annie mistakes him for Dylan.
I loved the book from the first page on. It had humor, bad luck for our heroine (well turned out to be good luck in the end), and some HOT SEXY Stockman. I enjoyed all the Australian terms (well researched); which I like when an author takes the time to be realistic in their writing and the sex was HOT and STEAMY. With the characters I liked that the brothers are connected and Hunter did not want to poach on his brothers maybe girl as well as they both care deeply for there family business. I also like Annie a rich girl who really does not seam to be rich and is trying to make it on her own without the help of the family name or money. All the characters where well developed and believable.
I recommend giving “Misplaced Princess” a try. It’s an easy read, with well developed characters, humor, sexual tension and hot sex. I will be checking out the other books in the series.
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