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Review: Jake (Wyoming Sky, Book 3) by R.C. Ryan

Review: Jake (Wyoming Sky, Book 3) by R.C. Ryanby Keira

Hero: As a kid, Jake Conway wanted to be a veterinarian. He was always good with animals, especially those in need of serious tender-loving care. If it was wild, even better. That hasn’t changed as an adult and nobody is more wild or in need of TLC than the new neighbor next door! Heroine: Meg […]

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Review: Cowboy Take Me Away (Rainbow Valley, Book 1) by Jane Graves

Review: Cowboy Take Me Away (Rainbow Valley, Book 1) by Jane Gravesby Patsy F

Reviewed by Patsy F. Summary: The story begins and continues throughout to be very atypical. It begins when one of the main characters (Luke) returns to his hometown to attend the funeral of his father. Luke had not spoken to his father in years and had a tumultuous relationship with the man. Luke runs into […]

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Review: Not Quite Dating (Not Quite, Book 1) by Catherine Bybee

Review: Not Quite Dating (Not Quite, Book 1) by Catherine Bybeeby Keira

Hero: Jack Morrison is ready to find a woman who will like him for himself and not for the family hotel chain. The point is made especially clear to him when he runs into an ex who is clearly delusional and thinks they will get married and mouths off when he informs her otherwise. He’s […]

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Review: Mistletoe Cowboy by Carolyn Brown

Review: Mistletoe Cowboy by Carolyn Brownby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Elizabeth “Sage” Presley is driving in her van on a very nasty night. But she needs to get home, storm or not. Creed Riley bought a ranch in the middle of winter. Seems like a strange time of year to buy a ranch. Then he finds out that he has a […]

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Dear Santa

Dear Santaby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Carolyn Brown, author of Mistletoe Cowboy (Spikes & Spurs) Hi y’all! Thank you for inviting me to stop at your site and visit with you about my newest release, Mistletoe Cowboy. Just looking at the cover and reading the copy on the back of the book says that it’s beginning to look […]

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Review: Courting a Cowboy by Patricia McLinn

Review: Courting a Cowboy by Patricia McLinnby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Sophie Vandercook works as an instructor at Mrs. Forestell’s Academy. She tells friends about having an absent husband and plans to convince them by trip to Wyoming. She’s actually using the trip to go visit her brother. Nate Abbott has been corresponding with Sophie. But when she walks into the store […]

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Review: Catch Me a Cowboy by Katie Lane

Review: Catch Me a Cowboy by Katie Laneby Hannah Abbey

Reviewed by Mailani A woman whose lost it all and doesn’t even know it until it’s too late… that’s Shirlene Dalton. Growing up was rough on her, but she and her brother made it to the top of their little town in Bramble, Texas. Shirlene, who’s widowed by her lucrative older husband, losses a great […]

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Review: Losses and Gains (Cowboy Fever, Book 2) by Karen Wiesner

Review: Losses and Gains (Cowboy Fever, Book 2) by Karen Wiesnerby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes The loss in this novel is what Lance Olsen, Triple Aces Ranch co-owner feels when his wife, Colleen and son are killed in a fire. Four years have passed, and not without him thinking about her, and how he will cope with her absence. He puts all his attention into his […]

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