Thursday, September 21, 2017

Release Day Review: A Misplaced Cowboy by Sotia Lazu

A Misplaced Cowboy by Sotia Lazu

ISBN: 9781537873787


Elina's life revolves around her job, and helping organize her sister's wedding is already messing with her focus. She doesn't have time to stop for the shirtless cowboy with his thumb out in Coastal Athens.

But Bull is too delicious to turn down, and Elina gives in to her desires for once. Okay, maybe twice. After all, she never plans on seeing him again.

Except she does, and she has to deal with the fallout of her impulsiveness, as well as decide if Bull—the misplaced cowboy—is the best or worst thing that's ever happened to her.


4 Stars!

A Misplaced Cowboy is book 1 in the Love in Greek series by Sotia Lazu.

Elina, a Greek woman who isn't all that happy about her job, even if her life revolves around it, and Bull, an American cowboy she finds lost in Athens. They hit it off and Bull gives Elina the time of her life, but Bull is going back to the US soon, so this whatever it is between them has no future, or does it?

I liked Elina, even if there was a time or two in which I wanted to shake some sense into her because she just wouldn't listen! Ugh! I liked that she finally stood up to her boss and left them hanging, that was very fun! And of course, I loved her chemistry with Bull and the steamy hot scenes between them. 

This was a short, very hot and enjoyable read, with likable characters, well-written and nicely paced that despite being so short had enough content to make me connect with the characters. Very recommendable! 

*** Copy provided to me by the author for my reading pleasure, a review wasn't a requirement. ***


Sotia Lazu

Sotia loves romances with a twist and urban fantasy novels, always with vivid erotic elements. Her favorite characters to write are not conventional hero-material at first glance, and she enjoys making them fight for their happiness.

She shares her life and living quarters with her husband, their son, and two rescue dogs, one of which may be part-pony. Sappy movies make her bawl like a baby, and she wishes she could take in all the stray dogs in the world.

Also, she hates mornings!

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