BLOG TOUR: Falling for the Cowboy (Bedtime Reads #3) by Kennedy Fox



Never trust a man who wears nothing more than a cowboy hat and ripped jeans who asks if you’d like to save a horse and ride a . . . well, you get the picture.

That should’ve been enough for me to walk away.

I’ve been warned on several occasions about southern men—with their sexy accents, charming manners, and the ability to easily get any woman in bed—which is something I’ll be avoiding.

Being a professional photographer has many perks—traveling around the world, calling all the shots, and working with subject matter that isn’t bad to look at—but Colton Langston with his washboard abs and baby blue eyes, could care less about my current project. He’s trouble, I know it, and he’s determined to make me work for every single photo. When I’m forced into riding lessons, I get way more than I ever bargained for, and by the time my trip is over, I’m in too deep.

Being with him was thrilling, but falling for him was unpredictable.
And ignoring him will be impossible.



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Emily Review

I feel like I should be dancing around doing arm flails and shaking the paperback of this book in the air.  This is, by far, my most favorite book by Kennedy Fox EVER.  It was so, so good.  I couldn’t get enough of these two, plus being back at the B and B with the Bishop Brothers felt like coming home.  And then to top it all off, Presley is a bookstagrammer who loves taking pictures of books, and carries books everywhere she goes.  It’s 100% perfect!

Falling for the Cowboy was the perfect addictive, steamy, and fun read.  Not overly long, this book hooked me from the very first page.  As always, Kennedy Fox pulled me write in with their captivating storytelling, and I couldn’t wait to see how Colton and Presley would get their happily ever after.  Colton was a new character that was introduced in Keeping Him, and I instantly fell in love with his charm.  I knew anyone that could go toe to toe with Jackson Biship was someone that I wanted to know more about, and I was intrigued to find out his story.  I knew there had to be more about him than just a tight pair of jeans, and a dusty set of boots.

Honestly, I can’t say enough how much I LOVED this book.  There wasn’t one thing about this story that didn’t tickle my fancy, and keep me flipping the pages late into the night.  One of the biggest things about this book that I connected with was Presley.  Making Presley a bookstagrammer was an absolutely BRILLIANT move on K Fox’s part.  What a better way to show your love to a community than writing about one of their own.  I mean, as a bookstagrammer myself, I could completely relate to the fact that not only did Presley haul books around in a backpack and talk a lot about flatlays, she also SHIPPED BOXES OF BOOKS FOR HER VACATION!  How brilliant is that!

If you haven’t read anything yet by Kennedy Fox, and want to dip your toes into the water, The Bedtime Reads series is the perfect place to start.  With their shorter story lines packed full of witty banter, plenty of humor, and lots of sexy times you can get a real feel for their writing.  In my opinion, this series of interconnected romance gets lost in the shuffle when compared to their Checkmate Duets and the Bishop Brothers books, but it should not be overlooked.  These books all pack a punch, and while I enjoyed Falling for the Playboy, and Falling for the Cowboy more so than Falling for the Bad Boy, I can still confidently recommend all three books to any lover of romance!

5 STARS!!!

Charli Review

I have been reading Kennedy Fox ever since they released their first book, and I have become increasingly impressed with each book that they write. It is amazing to see how far they have come from their first book, and how their stories have expanded. Falling for the Cowboy is by far my favorite Bedtime Reads book, and is definitely one of my favorite books that Kennedy Fox has ever written!

I felt like I was coming home in this book being back on the Bishop farm and catching up with the gang. I felt a true connection with Presley that only a fair few books can pull out of me. Presley is a freelance photographer who travels the world taking pictures of books for a living. She is determined to live her life to the fullest without being tied down to any one place like her mom. However, she can’t deny the attraction she feels to Colton, who is her very own Cowboy Casanova. She enjoys spending time with his cocky ass and he makes her feel special unlike she ever has before.

Colton. This sweet-talking, drool-worthy, southern gentleman is just too much to resist. He has been burned bad in the past and has convinced himself that one night stands are enough for him. Then he meets Presley who changes his view on life. He finds himself seeking her out and offering her things he would never in a million years think he would offer…like being a model for her photoshoots. I loved Colton’s sense of humor and the relationship he has with Presley.

I loved how Kennedy Fox told this story and I thought the writing was brilliant. I am so stoked to see what Kennedy Fox brings us in their next duet set to come out in the next few months.

Overall Rating: 5/5 Stars!






Brooke Cumberland & Lyra Parish are a duo of romance authors who teamed up to write under the USA Today Bestselling pseudonym, Kennedy Fox. They share a love of You’ve Got Mail and The Holiday. When they aren’t bonding over romantic comedies, they like to brainstorm new book ideas. One day, they decided to collaborate and have some fun creating new characters that’ll make your lady bits tingle and your heart melt. If you enjoy romance stories with sexy, tattooed alpha males and smart, independent women, then a Kennedy Fox book is for you!

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