Giveaway, Blog Tour and Review! Cowgirl up and begin this sizzling series in small-town Texas with characters bigger than life! KISS MY BOOTS by Harper Sloan

32861737Title: Kiss My Boots The Coming Home Series, Book 2
Author: Harper Sloan
Genre: Contemporary Western Romance
Pages: 368
Published by: Pocket Books
Published Date: July 18, 2017
ISBN-10: 1501155210
ISBN-13: 978-1501155215

Giveaway: One review copy of Book 1, Lost Rider! Be sure to check out all participating sites on the blog tour for more Giveaways.

Please note, you can only win one giveaway and must have a U.S. address

Comment below why you like western romance for a chance to win.

Praise for Lost Rider, Book 1:  “Sloan hits it out of the park with her first Coming Home contemporary western romance…Maverick is a perfect hero: multilayered, complicated, deeply damaged, yet blooming with the new promise of love. Leighton is appealing and real, as are a strong supporting cast of characters whom readers will be glad to follow into sequels. Sloan enhances the gripping story with country songs that open each chapter. This absolutely spectacular effort catapults Sloan to the top of her genre.” —Publishers Weekly (STARRED REVIEW)

“Sloan begins a new Western series with engaging characters and an appealing small-town setting; her second-chance-at-love romance resonates emotionally…Sloan knows her way around sexual tension and emotional intensity.”—Kirkus


Publisher’s Summary:
Hang on to your Stetsons this summer, because you’re in for one wild ride! Get lost in the second installment of New York Times bestselling author Harper Sloan’s Coming Home series, KISS MY BOOTS. In the second installment, the wildest Davis of them all is looking for love…maybe.

Quinn Davis prefers to live her life quietly. She’s the stereotypical tomboy with two overprotective big brothers who have always looked out for her. Of course, it doesn’t help that her heart has already been hardened when it comes to devilishly handsome cowboys with silver tongues. That is, until Tate Montgomery comes riding back into town. Their first meeting, however, is far from something out of a fairy tale and only further convinces Quinn that men aren’t worth her time.

Growing up, the one time Tate ever truly felt at home was during the long, sweltering summer months he spent at his gram and paw’s farm in Pine Oak, Texas. Now, Tate has returned to his childhood sanctuary seeking a fresh start—but if he’s being entirely honest, he’s not just back for the Wranglers and Stetsons. During those summers, Quinn was a friend turned young love who Tate lost when life threw him a curveball and he cut all ties to his past, but all it takes is one glance at the raven-haired beauty, who he did his best to forget, for him to realize just how much he’s been missing…

Can two people who have stopped believing in love take a chance to find it in each other again? Or will the pain of the past prove too great a hurdle to conquer?

Sensual Rating: Hot, sizzling with heat

My Thoughts: Whew!  This book isn’t what I expected at all.  Those Texan (at least in the book) have a very colorful vernacular, using four-letter words like raspberries on cereal!  So ladies, do not read this book with the mindset of a Regency read or any historical romance.  I wouldn’t even go for a contemporary romance.  This one borders on the edge of erotica.  It sizzles in its intensity. I did what any reader does who wants to experience another world—I cowgirled up and read it!

The story is written in first person in two points of view.  Some scenes are seen through Quinn’s, others through Tate’s.  In both cases, these two have been hurt from the past.  Quinn’s hurt lies in after years of friendship with Tate as young children, she gives herself to him.  She was 18.  Tate, too, gave himself to her, the first for both, with promises of a future together.  He was off to medical school. She never heard from him again. What do you think that did to her over-protective brothers Clay and Maverick, let alone Quinn? Take that and think Texan!

Tate loved Quinn from afar.  He had no choice but to break the relationship.  His reasons are heroic and I’ll leave that for the read. For Quinn it was simple.

“He taught me trust. He showed me love. Then he gave me pain.”

Quinn speaking to herself.

“I don’t deny I have issues, but I would be hard-pressed to find a single soul in the whole big-ass world who doesn’t. I’ve come a long damn way in working past those dang issues, too; then all it takes is one gusty blast from the past to kick up dust as a harsh reminder that you can polish the past until the wood shines, but the grime always settles back in.”


When Quinn finds out Tate is coming back to Pine Oak:

“It’s out of my system, thankfully before Tate returned, because the last thing I plan on showing him is how deeply I still feel the emptiness his departure left behind. Nope. He won’t get that. Quinn, the hell-raisin’ badass is back, and Tate Montgomery can kiss my boots.”

After nine long years, Tate has his chance to return to Pine Oak, to continue in his grandfather’s medical clinic.  He knows he’ll have to eat dirt with Quinn. He’ll grovel if he needs to.  He’s hurt Quinn badly.  How can a love be rekindled after that?

The plot is a good one, damaged people learning to trust again.  Texas drawls off the pages.  Characters are straight talkers, with dear Quinn and her friend Leighton talking straighter than most.  They shock me, at the same time get a giggle.  They both share in a wicked, twisted sense of humor.  Quinn takes on a challenge as if her life depends on winning. Leighton is the kind of forever friend who’ll support you whatever you decide.  She is the support Quinn needs so badly to weather the past, which also includes her mother walking away from the family when she was young.

The characters, in essence, begin mattering to you. Quinn’s attraction to Tate, Quinn’s relationship with her beloved brothers, Leighton’s supportive role getting Quinn to cowgirl up and show her stuff. (Don’t use stuff, change it to sh*t)  The story is littered with it. LOL!

I enjoyed the small-town feel, meeting some employees from the clinic, and the hysterically older Jana who works at the PieHole with Leighton, saying things one doesn’t even think!


Sloan_author photoAbout the author:

Harper Sloan is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Corps Security and Hope Town series. She started writing as a way to unwind when the house went to sleep at night. Harper lives in Georgia with her family. Visit her at or




Kiss My Boots blog tour: 

July 18
The Librarian Talks

Bookaholics Romance Book Club

Collector of Book Boyfriends

Dirty Girl Romance

Four Chicks Flipping Pages

Always Reviewing

Reviews by Crystal


Abigail Books Addiction

A Midlife Wife

 July 19
Margie’s Must Reads

Lovely Reads

Romancing Rakes for the Love of Romance


Positively Book Crazy

Book Lovers for Life

Romance Junkies

Dirty & Thirty

KT Book Reviews

FMR BookGrind

 July 20
Passionate Encounters

Reading Frenzy

Book Bitches

Reads By Rose

Nose Stuck in a Book

The Reading Cafe

Dew on the Kudzu

An Asian Chick and Her Cat Walk into a Book Blog

Good Family Reads

 July 21
Once Upon a Twilight

Booktalk with Eileen

SOS Aloha

Mrs. Leif’s Two Fangs About It

Tigris Eden

Literati Literature Lovers

Celticlady’s Reviews

Little Black Book Reviews

 July 22
From the TBR Pile

 July 24
The Lovely Books

Simply Angela

Toot’s Book Reviews

Crossroad Reviews

 July 25
Two Book Pushers

Ever After Book Blog

Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

Jathan & Heather

Coffee, Books & My Kindle

 July 26
Babbling About Books, and More

Everyday Gyaan

 July 28
The Reading Addict

Reading Between the Wines

 July 29

Lori’s Reading Corner

 July 31

JoJo the Bookaholic

August 1

Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers

Sexy Book Reviews





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