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review 2020-09-27 04:57
Christmas Kisses with My Cowboy by Diana Palmer, Marina Adair, Kate Pearce
Christmas Kisses with My Cowboy - Kate Pearce,Marina Adair,Diana Palmer

 

 

Christmas Kisses with My Cowboy by Diana Palmer

My rating: 4 of 5 stars



Adair, Pearce and Palmer prove that love is more than a seasonal occurance. Christmas Kisses with My Cowboy plays the heart like a fiddle with stories that give emotions something to sing about. Palmer and Adair stir up trouble while finding their heart's desire.



Mistletoe Cowboy is a fascinating tale of unique characters, heartbreaking tragedies and new beginnings that come with a number of twists. (4 stars)



Blame it on the Mistletoe revisits old hurts and inspire new romance with captivating clarity. (4.5 stars)


Mistletoe Detour- Pearce takes a bump in the road and turns into an adventure of the heart. Ted and Veronica find a way to turn tears into smiles and pain into laughter. (5 stars)



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review 2020-06-22 18:18
Audiobook Review: No Getting Over a Cowboy (Wrangler’s Creek #2) by Delores Fossen (Narrator: Eric G. Dove)
No Getting Over a Cowboy - Delores Fossen

 No Getting Over a Cowboy
 Wrangler's Creek #2
 Delores Fossen (Narrator: Eric G. Dove)
 Contemporary Romance - Western Romance
 Harlequin Audio
 March 21, 2017
 Audiobook
 8 hours and 12 minutes
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The golden cowboy of Wrangler's Creek returns home to Texas to discover some old flames never fizzle…

 

There are plenty of things Garrett Granger hadn't counted on losing—his child to miscarriage, his wife to another man and the family business thanks to a crooked CFO. He also hadn't counted on moving back to the family ranch, where he's met by another surprise—former flame Nicky Marlow, who is renting his grandmother's old house.

 

Nicky's been rebuilding her shattered life since her husband's death two years ago. But Garrett's timely arrival in Wrangler's Creek doesn't automatically make him the missing piece of the puzzle. Even if he does seem to adore her two-year-old daughter… Even if seeing him again stirs up old feelings Nicky would gladly keep buried, forcing her to wonder if moving forward has to mean leaving everything behind…

 

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No Getting Over a Cowboy is book two in the Wrangler’s Creek series by Delores Fossen and narrated by Eric G. Dove.

 

Nicky’s trying to rebuild her life after losing her husband and trying to move on with her child. She hopes going back to the house that gave her peace when she was a hurt child will help. 

 

Garret never excepted to lose his wife to another man and his child to a miscarriage. Going home to the family ranch was suppose to help. Give him peace and quiet, but he wasn’t counting on his mother renting out an old house on the ranch to a bunch of widows.

 

Just like book one we are off to another fun filled novel full of romance, mystery, suspense, a whole lot of love and drama. Nicky and Garret knew each other as kids. He’s the one man she could never forget and Garret can’t forget the night he took her virginity. They discover that half a lifetime can’t dose the flame they still have for each other. Theirs plenty of drama with real life issues, a dead body in the old house, and a meddling mother who’s trying to matchmaker

 

I adored Nicky’s little girl Kaylee. Kids always add something special to a story; especially if an author does it wright. All the characters are richly developed, the story is written well and flows, and the author brings out a wide range of emotions within this novel. 

 

Narration: I find that I enjoy Contemporary Romance a whole lot more in audio. I think it’s; because the stories move along and flow better in audio then reading. Eric G. Dove did a wonderful job with all the characters and voices. Each voice was distinctive and she had me glued and invested in the storyline and mystery as well as the romance.

 

No Getting Over a Cowboy was a wonderful edition to the Wrangler’s Creek series. I enjoyed!

 

Rated: 4 Stars

 

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I was born and raised in Northern Indiana. I’m an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, dog owner, animal, and book lover. I’m the owner, reviewer, and mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy. My favorite shifters are dragons!

 

 

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review 2020-06-15 15:45
My One True Cowboy - Soraya Lane

This author really knows how to write a tear jerker scene, and this one had several that I just couldn’t stop crying for. The hero is so scarred and in need of healing and he lashes out at Angelina a few times, but she is so strong and they were so great together that they really carried the story well. It was real, passionate, beautiful, heartwarming, sad, and perfect. Such a beautiful story. Loved every second of it, even the parts that had me crying. The plot is strong, the conflict was real and handled well, and the characters were well-rounded and vibrant on the page. Every second of the story was great.

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review 2020-06-13 12:38
Dirty Cowboy (Cocky Hero Club) by by: Erin Trejo
Dirty Cowboy (Cocky Hero Club) by - Erin Trejo

 

 

Dirty Cowboy by Erin Trejo

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Gentry proved to be an acquired taste. He's arrogant, bossy, sexy and misunderstood. At first glance, I knew I wasn't going to like him. Turns out Trejo proved me wrong. He has a beautiful heart hidden behind all the rough edges. If Dirty Cowboy taught me anything, it's that you can't always read what emotion a character will bring out of you. Neither Hope or Gentry were always likable, but in the end they rode off into the sunset with my heart as a souvenir.

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review 2020-06-03 17:07
Audiobook Review: Unbroken Cowboy (Gold Valley #5) by Maisey Yates (Narrator: Suzanne Elise Freeman)
Unbroken Cowboy - Maisey Yates

 Unbroken Cowboy
 Gold Valley #5
 Maisey Yates (Narrator: Suzanne Elise Freeman)
 Contemporary Romance - Western Romance
 Harlequin Audio
 April 23rd 2019
 Audiobook
9 hours and 55 minutes
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In Gold Valley, Oregon, forbidden love just might be the sweetest....

 

Dane Parker traded in his trailer-park roots for glory as a bull rider. But when a serious injury sidelines him for months, it's the first time he can't just pull himself up by his bootstraps. The last thing he wants to deal with is sweet family friend Bea treating him like one of her wounded animals - or the unexpected attraction that suddenly flares between them.

 

Beatrix Leighton has loved Dane for years, while he's always seen her as another sister. When she enlists his help to start her animal sanctuary, she thinks it will give him purpose. Instead, it brings all the desire she feels for him to the boiling point. 

 

Bea's father taught her early on that love means loss. But could her forbidden crush turn into a love that will last a lifetime?

 

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Unbroken Cowboy is book five in the Gold Valley by Maisey Yates and Narrated by Suzanne Elise Freeman.

 

Bea is sweet, kind hearted, and loves animals and all creatures. She is taking a look at her life and making changes. She’s also had a crush on her sister-in-laws’s brother, Dane for a long time, but she knows that he and everyone sees her as a child. I couldn’t connect to our heroine Bea. Her sweet and innocent thing is well and good, but it got on my nerves and eventually felt to child like. I never felt like she grew up. Never felt like she was taking life by the hands and living it. She stayed safe in her bubble, her little cabin.

 

Dane is a rodeo bull rider who finds himself injured and his future in question. His injures put him in a dependent position and he hates it. He’s a very grumpy man. As for Bea he’s always seen her as the sweet innocent little sister. The time he spends with her during his recovers has him seeing her in a new light. I liked Dane well enough. Yes, he’s grumpy for a lot of the book, but I get it and understand he’s got to come to terms with his injuries and that the rodeo life is over and thing figure out what to do.

 

As for Dane and Bea’s relationship it felt more like a high school relationship with all the occurred moments and realizing that the girl is a women etc… *A little rant/side not: The author calls Bea a girl a lot instead of a women. That one word, girl, frustrates me. A grown women, is a women, not a girl. If you understand what I’m trying to say. The girl word only works for kids in my opinion. Now, moving on the relationship was just too teen like. It was slow moving and then at the end it felt rushed and unsatisfying.

 

I’ve enjoyed the previous four books and I was looking forward to Dane finally seeing Bea as a women, but unfortunately this one was not what I wanted. It just lacked the adult vibe for me.

 

Narration: Suzanne Elise Freeman continues to narrate for the Golden Valley series and she did a fabulous job again. I really enjoy her narration and voices for the characters.

 

Rated: 2 Stars
Narration: 4 Stars

 

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I was born and raised in Northern Indiana. I’m an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, dog owner, animal, and book lover. I’m the owner, reviewer, and mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy. My favorite shifters are dragons!

 

 

 

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