Monday, July 14, 2014

Rough and Tumble (Rough and Tumble #1) by Crystal Green


On the dusty outskirts of Vegas, there’s a down and dirty saloon where all sorts of lethally charming—and genuinely dangerous—men carouse to seduce the women who happen to venture inside on their way to and from Sin City.

After Molly Preston flees a dead-end job with a lecherous boss, she finds herself in even hotter water after one of her best friends makes the wrong bet in a poker game with a sexy bad boy drifter in a backroom of the Rough & Tumble.

The man’s name is Cash. And he offers Molly an indecent proposal—one hot night with him—that could erase her friend’s debt to him in one fell swoop. She wants to say yes, even if this electrifying man seems just as unsafe as he is tempting.

One night becomes two...then more...and soon Molly is road tripping with Cash in the desert and exploring boundaries she never knew existed. But will indulging in this kind of pleasure leave her “normal” life in the dust?

My review:
This is a bad boy/ good girl love story.  And while I enjoyed the story it took me a bit to get there.  I had problems with Molly not going off on Arden when she gets put in the position of paying off her debt.  But as Molly and Cash grew closer I started to like her more.  As Molly loosens up so does Cash but in a different way and when they come together in the end well all I can say is *le sigh*.
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