Review: Boots and the Rogue (Ugly Stick Saloon #10) by Myla Jackson

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Review: Boots and the Rogue  (Ugly Stick Saloon #10) by Myla Jackson
There’s more than one way to feed a hungry man.
Ugly Stick Saloon, Book 10
Brody McFarlan left home eight years ago after he and his younger brother had a falling-out over a girl. When a frantic phone call sends him racing home, he’s astounded to learn the truth. Mom isn’t sick, she’s threatening to sell the ranch—unless he and his brothers get busy settling down.
With Mom on strike, Brody uneasily settles in to help—and find a replacement cook before he starves.
Fired from her last job, Jessie Taylor is forced to ride out on her horse, leaving her car behind. Hot, tired and homeless, she stumbles onto the Ugly Stick Saloon, grateful to pick up a spatula in trade for a burger to fill her belly and a much-needed rest for her road-weary mount.
One bite of Jessie’s tasty burger, and Brody offers the rough-and-tumble blonde a job and a stall. It doesn’t hurt that she’s sexy as hell, and he hungers for a taste of her sweet pink mouth. The only bur under his saddle is the grudge he still carries…and the fear that his brother will once again swoop in to steal the pretty filly right out from under him.
Warning: Burning hunger lights fires in the kitchen, the barn, the pasture, and more when another McFarlan brother bites the romantic dust in the sexiest possible way.
Title: Boots and the Rogue
Author: Myla Jackson
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Boots and the Heartbreaker
Series: Ugly Stick Saloon #10
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Boots and the Heartbreaker
Published by Samhain Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: August 11th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romance, Western Romance
Pages: 143 pages
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-half-flames

Brody McFarlan races home after he gets a phone call that his mom is sick.  But then he learns the truth, mom isn’t sick, but she’s put the hammer down and is threatening to sell her ranch. She wants him and his brothers to settle down and give her some grandbabies or the ranch goes! She figures if they don’t want the legacy of the ranch, she doesn’t need the hassles.  She’d rather settle into something less stressful, like a condo.  With mom on strike, the brothers go in search of food and end up at the Ugly Stick Saloon.  One glance at the sweetness cooking the burgers in her Annie Oakley costume and Brody is bewitched.

Jessie Taylor is down on her luck.  After being fired from her last job that was not her fault, all she has to her name is a few clothes and her beloved horse, Scout.  She happens upon the Ugly Stick Saloon for some much needed water and she strikes up a conversation with Audrey, the very pregnant owner of the Ugly Stick.  Audrey offers her job running the grill for the BBQ tonight since they are short a cook.  Jessie accepts. When the boys see Jessie and have a taste of her burgers, Brody decides they need to hire her as their ranch cook or they will surely starve. When he tries to offer her a job, he uses the wrong wording and Jessie punches him in the eye.  His brothers think its funny but now Brody isn’t sure about her.  After he clears the air and their chemistry flares, just like dinner, he’s done! Jessie needs the job but aside from the grill, she can’t cook! She vows instead to make herself indispensable.

Book ten in the Ugly Stick Saloon series, Boots and the Rogue is a fun read!  The characters are loveable and the brother’s are amusing to say the least! Not overly dramatic, it’s funny, and very sexy, the story has something for everyone!  I know I enjoyed my time on the ranch!

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