Review: Skirt Steak by Vanessa Vale

skirt steakTitle: Skirt Steak

Author: Vanessa Vale

Year of publication: Out today! I was kindly given a copy to read and review

The heroine: Website designer Julia Duke

The heroes: Mechanic Cash Carter and custom motorcycle maker Bennett ?

The blurb: The Duke boys were nicknamed for cuts of meat. Sir Loin Of Beef. T-Bone. Tri-Tip. Porterhouse. We were a ranching family after all. And me? I was known as Skirt Steak. I didn’t think much of it until Cash and Bennett, because they told me—and showed me—how much they liked my pink center, said it was juicy and lick-their-lips good.

I was going take their word for it. Every single time they made me come.

Standalone or series: Book five in the Grade-A Beefcakes series, but can be read as a standalone.

The review: I’ve been waiting for Julia’s book, and wasn’t disappointed. Julia’s brothers and cousin feature in the previous book in this series, and all the women have at least two men. Julia’s book is no different, but their initial encounter is hilarious – Julia thinks Cash and Bennett are the strippers booked for the bachelorette party she’s attending for one of her brother’s fiancees.

Cash and Bennett wise up pretty much straight away, but don’t let on that Julia’s got it wrong, which makes for a funny meeting. As with all the books, the boys know straight away they’ve found the woman they want to spend their lives with, but Julia is insecure when it comes to men, thanks to her douchebag ex. So Bennett and Cash are going to have to step up to the plate and convince her he was wrong.

And convince they do…. over and over and over. Another enjoyable read from this author.

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