Settling down and starting a family is something Diesel has considered, regardless of his one-night stand reputation. However, he just might be single forever since who he wants is off-limits—his best friend’s little sister.
*Note: This is a full-length stand-alone novel in the Circle B Ranch series and a spin-off from the Bishop Brothers series. You don’t need to read any of the other books beforehand to enjoy this one!*
I love coming back to the Bishop family, it’s like going back to see your relatives you haven’t seen in a while. Catching the Cowboy was no different. This series feels like home, and now the fam has filled us all in on the dirty details on Rowan & Diesel!
This was a charming brothers best friend romance. Riley Bishop’s is Diesels best friend, and also big brother to Rowan. With Diesel always a around working on the ranch, Rowan practically grown up with him. She’s used to his annoying antics and remarks which causes a sort of frenemies relationship. Eventually the antics become more and more flirtatious as they get older and feelings start to reveal themselves. The biggest problem for the two is betraying Riley.
I adored these two together. They were fun and exciting. Their sexual chemistry was insane, I particularly enjoyed their dirty texts. Rowan was fierce and dominant. She walks the walk and talks the talk, a true Bishop woman who can dish out just as good as she takes.
While Diesel we met him in the first book as an unrelenting play boy, no relationships and no commitments, Or so we thought. This book showed such a different side to him. He was sweet, romantic, genuine. He is super serious when he jokes about marrying Rowan one day. Now he’s just gotta get her on the same page.
There was such a crackle of energy between the characters, even with some hurdles in their way they had so much strength as a couple and I loved their connection. I also loved seeing all the cousins grown up. Especially Maize and Kenzie, these girls are firecrackers, I really can’t wait to see what is in store for them!
4.5 /5 stars