Quinn Davis prefers to live her life quietly. She’s the stereotypical tomboy with two overprotective big brothers who have always been there to protect her, especially from devilishly handsome cowboys with silver tongues. That is, until Tate Montgomery comes riding 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.
The only place Tate Montgomery ever truly felt at home growing up 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 he did his best to forget for him to realize just how much he’s been missing….
Review | 3.25 - 3.5 stars
*ARC provided by the author in exchange for honest review*
I enjoyed Kiss my Boots, but I didn't like it as much as the first in the series.
It felt too much like Mav and Leigh's book. Where the guy left for close to a decade and decides to come back do whatever reason. Granted, they were different reasons, but it still felt the same.
I also didn't like Quinn as much as Leigh. Quinn was too all over the place for me. One minute she was happy and the next she was crying.
And the reasons as to why Tate left I didn't care for either. It seems to be a reasonable reason, but I wished it was more worked out in the book and not just told to readers.
The overall book was enjoyable. Quinn just wasn't my favorite one of Harper's ladies. And I didn't like Tate profession. I wouldn't want my boyfriend/husband being a gyno and seeing woman's private parts.