Picture Perfect Cowboy by Tiffany Reisz ~ Live & Review

Picture Perfect Cowboy by Tiffany Reisz ~ Live & ReviewAlso by this author: The Night Mark
Picture Perfect Cowboy by Tiffany Reisz
Published by Tiffany Reisz on November 5, 2018

Jason "Still" Waters' life looks perfect from the outside—money, fame, and the words "World Champion Bull-Rider" after his name. But Jason has a secret, one he never planned on telling anybody...until he meets Simone. She's the kinky girl of his dreams...and his conservative family's worst nightmare.

"Picture Perfect Cowboy" is a standalone erotic romance from Tiffany Reisz, set in her bestselling Original Sinners series. An abridged version was previously published in "Exposed: A Romance Anthology" as the novella "The Watermark."

“For the first time in a long time, and even with a camera on him, he was doing exactly what he wanted to be doing. No guilt. No shame. And nobody’s goddamn business but his and Simone’s.”





I guess I didn’t understand when I first took this one as an ARC that it was a novella till after I read it. I was interested in the story, and it kept my attention all while reading it. My only issue with this story is that I was never fully invested in these two being together – like as a couple. They were fine with me when it was just them messing around, but when it became serious, I was never given enough to believe that they were meant to be. I need those feelings whether it’s a full-length book or a novella. It’s an essential item on my “checklist” while reading. Besides this, I love her writing and her stories, check them out!!




“She wanted him to order her not to fall in love with him. A simple order to give, maybe an impossible one to follow.”

About Tiffany Reisz

Tiffany Reisz is the author of the internationally bestselling and award-winning Original Sinners series for Mira Books (Harlequin/Mills & Boon). Tiffany’s books inhabit a sexy shadowy world where romance, erotica and literature meet and do immoral and possibly illegal things to each other. She describes her genre as “literary friction,” a term she stole from her main character, who gets in trouble almost as often as the author herself. She lives in Lexington, Kentucky with her husband, author Andrew Shaffer, and two cats. If she couldn’t write, she would die.

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