Cowboy Casanova by Lorelei James
In Sundance, Wyoming, you can’t toss a boot without hitting a McKay cattle rustler, so Ben McKay is accustomed to blurring out of spotlight. But on ends of the week, when he’s Bennett, forcing Dom at The Rawhide Club, encompassed by a gathering of female subs anxious for the consideration of his long whip.
Concerning the breathtaking brunette peering toward him from over the room? He’ll eat his Stetson if she’s the accomplished Domme she claims to be. Bennett offers her an arrangement he’ll let her make major decisions for one night. Be that as it may, the following night he gets the chance to demonstrate to her how liberating it’ll be the point at which he steers.
Ainsley Hamilton is flabbergasted by how well Bennett read her each mystery longing amid that one unstable end of the week and she’s shocked when they meet in their regular day to day existences as farmer and new bank president. Presently Ben’s encouraging her to investigate her accommodating side outside the club, and there’s something in his ordering look that makes it too simple to give him a chance to take control of her goals and her pleasure.
Can Ben help Ainsley defeat her dread that a relationship based on dim sexual cravings won’t survive the light of day?