Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Mini Tea Time Review || One Good Cowboy(*)

From Ex to Eternity?

To inherit his family's empire, Texas cowboy-turned-CEO Stone McNair must prove he has a heart beneath his ruthlessly suave exterior. His trial? Finding homes for his grandmother's rescue dogs. His judge? Johanna Fletcher, the woman whose heart he broke.

Sure, Johanna can handle a week traveling the country with her ex-fiancĂ© to fulfilll his dying grandmother's request. She and Stone want different things—plain and simple. But there's nothing plain about Stone, or simple about the heat that still flares between them. One week may not be long enough…

Review

The Good
  • The Romance was sizzling
  • The characters were so likeable
The Bad
  • The lack of been on a ranch
  • Not really a cowboy romance 
This book was a real mix of both good and bad for me, i read it on a train journey the other day and i had high copes for a bit of down and dirty on the ranch. We meet Stone and his cousins out on the trail with their grandma, all sounds promising, Mariah then delivers them all some bad news, shes dying, and has a test for them all to see who should undertake what role within the family business. Stones task is to rehome her dogs. Then, thats the last we see of the ranch. Their is then no real refrenece of Stone been a cowboy apart from on occasion when his ex refrences him as a half naked cowboy. So - talking of the ex, we meet her and the pair split recently because she wanted a family and stone didnt, that doesnt mean there isnt something still between the pair, because oh boy the romance is sizzling hot, and you can feel the tension between the two as the reader.I adored all the characters even down to the dogs, they were all written well and all had their own personailties.

It was a real mix hence the rating;

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1 comment:

  1. This one sounds like a good one, I don't read many in this line from HQN but I might just give this one a go since you mentioned how likeable all the characters were. :)
    -Kimberly @ Turning the Pages

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