Saddles and Memories

Bailey Bradford

Customer & Industry Reviews of Saddles and Memories

  Return to product page Write a Review

  Review by Crystal's Many Reviewers

I loved Saddles & Memories! Watching Salt and Andy cruise each other in the feed store was both amusing for a southern girl and hot to watch. The attraction between the two men was intense and I found myself caught up in their passion when they were able to act upon it. Saddles & Memories is only the third book in the series, but each book is better than the last. I can’t wait to start Fences & Freedom.

  Review by Literary Nymphs

  Andy is the other main character in this story and he instantly pulled me in.  I liked the way he showed Salt he is interested in him.  These two waste no time coming together and with their intense chemistry, they really heat up the pages.  The men wonder about the direction of their relationship which I found lent a realistic feeling to the story, given the men’s histories and current circumstances.  

  Review by MM Good Book Reviews

Salt is hot and Andy is sexy. The thing I really liked is this wasn’t one of those love at first sight stories. This relationship builds slower than the others had. It develops more naturally.  The hot sex before they ever really get to know each other makes sense being it’s clear these guys are thinking it’s just a hook-up or one night thing.  I also liked that a couple other characters were brought up in this story and it their stories sound like they could be fun. I’m looking forward to them.

I recommend this if you like one-night stands, friends to lovers, sexy salesmen and hot cowboys. Oh, and lots of hot mansex.


Reviewed by Cat

  Review by Rainbow Book Reviews

Oh I loved this story! Andy and Salt were so perfect for each other and, in the end, they got their happy ever after and their family. It is a wonderful story and now I'm desperate for the next installment. I love the Mossy Glenn Ranch and I want to see more and more of it. Thank you, Bailey, for a wonderful story that I can read over and over again.


Reviewed by Christy