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review 2018-04-09 10:00
Review! A Real Cowboy Never Says No (Wyoming Rebels #1) Stephanie Rowe!
A Real Cowboy Never Says No (Wyoming Rebels) - Stephanie Rowe



New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Rowe delivers a brand new series set in Rogue Valley, Wyoming, home to the Stockton brothers, a clan of fiercely loyal and honorable men, and the women who touch the hearts of these rugged, loner cowboys. 

The only reason rancher Chase Stockton and his brothers survived their brutal childhood was because they protected each other. Nothing will ever come between them…until a sudden tragedy calls in a life debt Chase can't ignore, forcing him to make a choice that could destroy the very bonds that hold his family together. 

Mira Cabot has never asked for help, but when a sexy, protective cowboy makes her an offer she can't afford to refuse, she finds herself on her way to Wyoming to be the shotgun bride of a man she has every reason…and no reason…to trust. 

The sizzling connection between Mira and Chase turns a rescue mission into something dangerously addictive, one that could either heal two broken hearts, or shatter them forever.



This cowboy romance tugs at the heart strings and makes me want to go out and find a real cowboy to love!


Mira and Chase are strong, captivating and are easily related to as they draw readers into their story and refuse to let go until they own every last bit of the reader’s heart. The romance is rocky with lots of heart felt emotional turmoil that adds depth and has readers empathizing with this captivating couple. The story also introduces the Stockton brothers who also grab reader’s attention and captivate their hearts due to their heart breaking past and ensures that the readers will want to know their stories as well.


Stephanie Rowe brings her heart capturing world to life with well written words that paints vivid imagery and her wonderful characters life like and I was completely captivated from the very beginning and found her cowboys to be sexy and loveable, so I will definitely be visiting with the Wyoming Rebels again.




A Real Cowboy Never Says No is the 1st book in the Wyoming Rebels series.


Books 2-6 is available now.


 A Real Cowboy Never Says No is available in print or ebook at
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review 2018-04-07 01:42
Uncovers a legend’s true achievements
Mick: The Real Michael Collins - Peter Hart

There are few people in modern Irish history who loom larger than Michael Collins, “The Big Fellow” who more than any other individual is credited with winning independence for Ireland.  In a matter of a few short years he emerged from the ranks of the Republican movement to become one of the key figures in the struggle against British rule.  His early death as a result of an ambush in the subsequent civil war gave him the aura of a lost leader, laden with the possibilities of what might have been.  In this book, Peter Hart seeks to penetrate beneath the many legends surrounding Collins in order to get at the truth behind this famous figure.


Faced with the stories and misconceptions about Collins’s life (many of which were of his own making), Hart bases his narrative on the extensive documentary evidence about his subject’s life.  The Collins that emerges is not a great guerrilla figure but a master bureaucrat, one whose organizational abilities and work ethic were both the keys to his rise and his great contribution to victory.  These skills were the product of his years in London, where he worked as a postal clerk and spent his free time in various Irish social organizations.  His subsequent rise through the ranks of the Irish revolutionary leadership was aided by the loss of the top leadership in the aftermath of the Dublin rising in 1916.  The loss of most of the senior leadership created opportunities that Collins exploited to the fullest, gaining positions of authority in which his managerial talent ensured a flow of money, supplies, and (most critically) intelligence to the members of the IRA in the field.


Hart’s achievement in uncovering the real Michael Collins from the layers of myth that built up over the years is impressive, providing a truer assessment of his role in Irish independence than any previous biography.  His detective work on Collins’s time in London is especially exemplary here, illuminating a part of his subject’s life often overshadowed by his subsequent achievements.  People seeking the Collins of legend would be better off watching Neil Jordan’s hagiographic depiction, but for those wanting to discover the true Michael Collins, this is the book to read.

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review 2018-04-01 02:07
So here's the deal...
Tell Me It's Real - T.J. Klune

I'm going to keep this short and sweet or now because times a wasting and I have to dedicate my attention to other thing...you see big changes are coming in my life those of you who have chatted with me over the past few years will know I've been living in a different province than the one I was born and grew up in but that's about change so it's time to pack my things because we're going home but in the mean time...


This book was awesome, it was at times touching and frequently amusing from quiet 'isn't that adorable' smiles to laugh out loud I I think I just peed my pants hilarity. I loved it. For me it was just what I needed during a challenging time and while I do need to take a break from this series at the moment I am very much looking forward to returning to it...maybe on the drive back to Ontario. Who knows...all I know for sure is I will finish listening to it as soon as possible. I definitely recommend this book for anyone who likes to cheer for the underdog and needs a chuckle...the kind where you're laughing with someone but not at them.


Ok, cheers and I'm outta' here. Hopefully I'll get to come back one day soon and write something that does this story justice but in the meantime if I don't read the story and have a chuckle or two. Paul and Vince really are a fun pair.

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text 2018-03-31 16:08
March Recap
The One - John Marrs
Never Never - Colleen Hoover; Tarryn Fisher;
Forever Right Now - Emma Scott
You Look Different in Real Life - Jennifer Castle
The Queen of Hearts - Kimmery Martin
Gemina (The Illuminae Files) - Jay Kristoff,Amie Kaufman
Only Human - Sylvain Neuvel
Tarnished City - Vic James
The Vanishing Girl - Laura Thalassa

Wow...this month was a long one.  I went on vacation (which was so needed), and then a week later I had surgery on my foot.  I have super bad plantar fasciitis, from working on cement floors for so many years.  So they cut me in my arch on the bottom of my foot and in my calf, to stretch the tendons, and hopefully, when I'm more stretchy I won't have this problem anymore.   Right now, I'm basically on bedrest because I can't put any weight on it, yet.  After my surgery on the 20th, I managed to listen to a few more books and boost my reading, it was way down from my usual.  My April reading should be phenomenal though...I don't go back to work until at least the middle of May.





(Audiobook) The One by John Mars

Finish Date:  03/03



(eBook) Never Never by Colleen Hoover & Tarryn Fisher

Finish Date:  03/09



(eBook) Forever Right Now by Emma Scott

Finish Date:  03/15



(Audiobook) You Look Different in Real Life by Jennifer Castle

Finish Date:  03/15



(Audiobook) The Queen of Hearts by Kimmery Martin

Finish Date:  03/22



(Audiobook) Gemina by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff

Finish Date:  03/23



(eARC) Only Human by Sylvain Neuvel

Finish Date:  03/26



(Audiobook) Tarnished City by Vic James

Finish Date:  03/27



(Audiobook) The Vanishing Girl by Laura Thalassa

Finish Date:  03/30



9 Books Total, 6 of those are Audiobooks, 2 eBooks, and 1 Netgalley eARC.

For a total of 3,364 Pages (including Audio)


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