Book Review: Lora Leigh & Shiloh Walker’s Cops and Cowboys

Posted January 10, 2011 by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews

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Book Review: Lora Leigh & Shiloh Walker’s Cops and Cowboys

Cops and Cowboys


Lora Leigh, Shiloh Walker

erotica in Paperback edition that was published by Ellora's Cave on September 1, 2005 and has 274 pages.

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Other books by this author which I have reviewed include Styx's Storm, Moving Violations, B.O.B.'s Fall, A Wish a Kiss a Dream, "Dragon Prime", Primal, Live Wire, Navarro's Promise, Forbidden Pleasure, Beyond the Dark, Black Jack, Tempting the Beast, Dangerous Pleasure, Maverick, Man Within, Midnight Sins, Wild Card, Tied with a Bow, Lawe's Justice, Legally Hot, Deadly Sins, Stygian's Honor, Surrender to Fire, Nauti Temptress, Submission & Seduction, Wicked Sacrifice, Secret Sins, Nautier and Wilder, Shameless Embraces, Wicked Pleasure, Only Pleasure, Guilty Pleasure, Wicked Lies, Twin Passions, Nauti Enchantress, Shattered Legacy, Intense Pleasure, Knight Stalker, Enthralled, Secret Pleasure, Rule Breaker, "The One", Nauti Angel

First in the Cowboys and Captives erotica romance series with these two short stories by Lora Leigh and Shiloh Walker.

The Stories

Shiloh Walker‘s “Her Wildest Dreams finds little Allie a virgin the night the love of her life comes across her as she’s defending herself from a mugger. Alex is appalled at his obsession for Allie, but they soon get pretty kinky with Allie’s rape fantasy, and Alex certainly does have a hard-on for her ass.

There’s a hot little scene at a restaurant with some under-the-table sex. I do like the characters in this one.

Lora Leigh‘s “The Cowboy and the Captive” is a purely wanna-be with a side reference to Sam and Heather August (Heather’s Gift, Men of August, 3), but is primarily about the “punishment” Luc Jardin intends to hand out to the woman he thinks is Maria Angeles, a wealthy, spoiled, drug-addled bitch who uses her twin to get her out of trouble. Unfortunately for Maria, Melina is no longer willing to help her sister out. Unfortunately for Melina, Luc kidnaps her, thinking he’s going to pay back the evil twin for almost getting him and a friend killed a few years before.

Not much in the way of “punishment”. I think Leigh lost focus once she started writing.