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Donna Grant’s new series, “Heart Of Texas” continues with her next book, “Cowboy, Cross My Heart”, another enticing story of hardworking cowboys, their destined stories of love, redemption and a future together.

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Naomi Pierce and Brice Harper steam up the pages of this rodeo romance when she returns to her Texas hometown to support her best friend in the rodeo. But then danger seems to stalk her and her friend and the ever protective Brice wants to keep her safe. But in the game of love and danger, looks like Brice is going to be losing his heart to Naomi as they can’t keep the attraction from being ignited into flames!

Another romantic suspense from Donna Grant, captivating her readers. She’s one author who does tremendous justice to paranormal as well as romance with an ease of mastery.

“Cowboy, Cross My Heart” is worth a read!

Received an ARC from St. Martin’s Press via NetGalley for an honest review.

 

Delores Fossen is a cool writer of cowboys, their Texas-sized hearts and of course, “Texas-Sized Trouble”, they always seem to land into in the matters of love.

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Lawson Granger has his hands full delivering the baby of his once-upon-a-time sweetheart Eve Cooper, even as he tries to analyze why he let her go eighteen years ago. But now that she’s back on the ranch, setting roots for her newborn and her daughter, literally being his neighbor sure is a kick in the butt and a bullet to his heart…. realizing he never ever got over her.

Leaving stardom and fame, Eve Cooper wants to have a stable family, mend fences with her daughter, and raise her newborn within the security of her hometown. Her feelings for Lawson were never erased, but she has secrets and nightmares that give her sleepless nights and a fear of the future when all is revealed

With another round of romance, secrets, family dynamics, “Texas-Sized Trouble” is worth all the trouble of reading and enjoying this story by Delores Fossen.

Received an ARC from Harlequin Romance via NetGalley for an honest review.

A new series, “Heart Of Texas” from Donna Grant brings us another enticing series of hardworking cowboys, their destined stories of love, redemption and a future of togetherness.

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“The Christmas Cowboy Hero”, the prodigal son of Texas and ex-navy Seal, Clayton East returns home to take care of his family’s failing ranch, deal with is father’s illness and give his mother much needed hope of keeping the family business on solid ground and emotional and financial support to his parents. The thought of dealing with theft, a wayward brother of the enticing Abby Harper, and the attraction that flares on sight was not something he had signed up for.

Abby Harper has a hard life since a teenager, the sole guardian of her siblings and working hard to keep food and roof over their heads. Her brother getting into trouble with Clayton she had wished was avoided and the interest that Clayton sparks, she really could do without, not on her agenda and not part of plan.

But fate and destiny don’t listen to anyone, and with Clayton giving her brother a chance to make up for his theft, Abby finds herself spending more time with Clayton on the ranch, and the perfect opportunity to know each other and fall in love.

And so we get another sweet Texas romance from Donna Grant, be it a paranormal or contemporary romance, we can never be disappointed with her stories. With a perfect blend of emotions and romance, chemistry and an interesting plot, “The Christmas Cowboy Hero” is a perfect reading pleasure for the holidays.

Received an ARC from St. Martin’s Press via NetGalley for an honest review.

Have you read a love story and felt it was super cool read? Well, “A Cowboy To Keep” is a definite cool keeper and it’s always fun visiting Marietta and it’s wonderful couples.

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Barbara Ankrum’s latest is a charming love story with a twist of suspense, bringing Ali Thibeaux to the wonderful town of Marietta albeit undercover to see a sister she never knew existed and get a reprieve from a past that refuses to leave her. Becoming a housekeeper and falling in love with a rancher was never in her plan.

Becoming a parent to his niece was something that reclusive rancher Adam Wolf would have ever dreamed, but tragedy brings these two under one roof, but a distance as wide as the Atlantic. Impulsive as it was hiring Ali as his housekeeper, the consequences are fateful to the sparks that flare between them.

Am totaling loving Barbara Ankrum and her charming romances; rich with emotion, interesting plots and characters that make us fall in love with them, “A Cowboy To Keep “is a definite winner!

Received an ARC from Tule Publishing via NetGalley for an honest review.

Lindsay McKenna is one of the best military romance writers that I’ve come across and some of her books are immensely memorable and have revisited numerous times. Along with badass soldiers, she also writes some great badass cowboy stories.

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Having said that, her new series Wind River Valley starts off really slow and remains slow. First in the series, “Wind River Wrangler” Roan Taggart meets city girl/romance writer Shiloh Gallagher as she comes to Wyoming to get away from a stalker and lay low until the danger passes.

With a past trauma that haunts her night day, Shiloh is not one to trust easy, yet she feels safe and protected as Roan guides her under the vast skies of Wyoming, helping and giving her confidence to rebuild her life.

It’s a nice plot and all, but there’s too much internal dialogue and I have to be honest I skimmed pages to get to the interesting part. The characters were not bad, although I really couldn’t get close to them or feel them in my heart. I guess Lindsay wanted to give more attention to romance versus action and danger, but the narration was slow. All in all its’ an okay read. And the cover is gorgeous!!!!

Received an ARC from Kensington Books/Zebra via Net Galley for an honest review.

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