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Arc Review | Hitching The Cowboy (Circle B Ranch #1) by Kennedy Fox

Hitching the Cowboy (Circle B Ranch Book 1) by [Kennedy Fox]

Hitching The Cowboy
By: Kennedy Fox

Series: Circle B Ranch
Book # In Series: 1 of 8
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Indie
Release Date: November 12th, 2019
My Rating: 4 Stars


Wedding bells are the last thing on twenty-two year old Riley Bishop’s mind, but that’s exactly what he hears after waking up in Vegas next to a woman he just met—his new wife.
He never saw her coming, but she might be worth the risk.

Zoey Mitchell is high on life, free spirited, and adventurous. However, learning she married a rowdy cowboy after a night of partying is not what she expected—even for her.
She’s risking it all, gambling with her heart.

Deciding to give their instant marriage a chance, Zoey moves from her big city life to a small town Texas ranch. She has to know if their connection is based on more than just a wild one-night stand before announcing to her family that she got hitched.

One moment changes everything—for better or worse—and a secret could destroy them both.

My Review

Kennedy Fox always finds a way to get me swooning over cowboys…. Which isn’t at all a hard thing to accomplish. There is something about his duo and their writing style that causes me to instantly want to devour all the words. I’m seriously lusting over RILEY BISHOP!!!! This man is the definition of SWOON!!!!

In My Own Words:

Hitching The Cowboy is the second book in the Circle B Ranch series by Kennedy Fox. The Circle B Ranch is a spinoff of The Bishop Brothers series. This novel is also told from Riley and Zoey’s point of view!

Riley works for a living on his family’s ranch and there’s nothing he’d rather be doing. But sometimes a little break and time away is just what a body needs. So he decides to take his best friend, Diesel, To Las Vegas for his twenty first birthday!

Zoey is the typical black sheep of a ritzy family. Where as all of her family members work as doctors with high paying jobs, Zoey has taken a different route and she’s a trained hairdresser. But she’s looking for something more. She wants a little spice in her life. Thank god her sister is getting married and holding a bachelorette party in Las Vegas.

One drunken night and one dare forms a bond and vows that can never be broken. Or at least until the morning after.

My Thoughts:

Hitching The Cowboy’s storyline is based on the what happen’s in vegas…doesn’t necessarily stay in vegas trope. This has been one of my favorite tropes since the first time I’ve been reading novels. There’s something about a drunken mistake that ends up being the best choice in someone’s life that causes my heart to race.

I loved each and every step that Riley and Zoey had to go through in order to reach their happily ever after. But most of all…. I loved getting a glimpse into all my favorite Bishop Brother’s lives! I couldn’t get enough. I can’t get over how much I’m loving this new generation of bishops!!

I need all the cowboys, ranchers, and swoony ass country boys RIGHT NOW!!! Hell yeah, this duo knows how to bring the country boys to the party! I am obsessed! I need more!!! I highly recommend Hitching The Cowboys to all those readers that need a little dose of country in their lives!

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Peace Love and Happy Reading,

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