Love Drunk Cowboy
Praise for Carolyn Brown's Honky Tonk series "Fun, sassy, and fast-paced romance."—RT Book Reviews, 4 stars "Sometimes humorous, sometimes touching, and Brown's fans will be pleased to reconnect with her trademark cast of quirky characters."—Booklist starred review "Funny, witty, heartfelt,... show more
Praise for Carolyn Brown's Honky Tonk series "Fun, sassy, and fast-paced romance."—RT Book Reviews, 4 stars "Sometimes humorous, sometimes touching, and Brown's fans will be pleased to reconnect with her trademark cast of quirky characters."—Booklist starred review "Funny, witty, heartfelt, and sexy...a sizzling series!!!!"—Book Junkie She's a self-made city girl... High-powered career woman Austin Lanier suddenly finds herself saddled with an inherited watermelon farm deep in the countryside. She's determined to sell the farm, until her new, drop-dead sexy neighbor Rye O'Donnell shows up... He's as intoxicating as can be... Rancher Rye O'Donnell thinks he's going to get a good deal on his dream property—until he meets the fiery new owner. Rye is knocked sideways when he realizes that not only is Granny Lanier's city-slicker granddaughter a savvy businesswoman, she's also sexy as hell... Suddenly Rye is a whole lot less interested in real estate and a whole lot more focused on getting Austin to set aside her stiletto heels...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 3rd 2011
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 391
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Western Romance
Series: Spikes & Spurs (#1)
Nah. This couldn't hold my interest for more than a few minutes at a time. In the end I decided I had many much more interesting and promising looking books in my to read pile. The front cover and comments on it look more promising than the story actually is.
I had the toughest time believing that Rye was a grown alpha male cowboy and not a teenage boy for about a third of the book. Something about him just seemed really young.I am a fan of small towns and sassy seniors, so all of that was fun. But I felt like the Mexican farmworkers weren't fully realiz...
Austin returns to the town of Terrel, OK to spread her Grandmother's ashes in the Red River on Good Friday. She meets Granny's neighbor and helper name Rye who is one hot cowboy. Will she return to her city life in Tulsa for that big promotion or take up on Granny's watermelon farm? I like Carolyn...
This could have been a 4, but there were a few inconsistencies and such that irked me. For a contemporary romance to NOT have their characters use protection is ridiculous. Austin thought about it after the first time and it was mentioned Rye had 6 boxes of condoms in his bedside table, but not on...
Love Drunk Cowboy is the first book I've read by Carolyn Brown. I started the book not knowing what to expect. The story was cute enough but I thought the premise was not original. Former country girl turned city girl returns to her roots felt like something I've read before. Austin and Rye's relati...