Thursday, May 31, 2018

Falling for the Cowgirl

GIVEAWAY
RADCLIFFE, TINA
FALLING FOR THE COWGIRL

She won the job...can he win her heart?

Hiring Amanda 'AJ' McAlester as his assistant at the Big Heart Ranch isn't foreman Travis Maxwell's first choice -- but his sisters insist she's perfect for the job. And AJ's determined to prove she's just as qualified as any man. But with money on the line, AJ and her innovative ideas could put him at risk of losing everything...including his heart.

My Review:

What can you do with a hero and heroine who are "...each riding a stubborn mule going in the wrong direction?" (p 208) Settle in for a an awesome reading adventure, that's what!

Travis is a wee bit annoying in a macho man kind of way. He doesn't mean to be, really...at least he catches himself after he's stuck a cowboy boot in his mouth and AJ gets riled. Mind you, she's a mite sensitive so she tends to over react. Be prepared for some fireworks and angst along with plenty of laughter as these two wrangle their way into a happily ever after.

Love this series -- the whole premise of Big Heart Ranch -- a home for orphaned, abused and neglected children is epic! This is the second book in the series but reads easily as a standalone. I love the way the author has created a real community on the ranch with memorable secondary characters and it was a joy to meet up with them again. Like the feisty old cowboy, Dutch, whose gruff exterior hides a marshmallow heart. And he's always ready with appropriate cowboy wisdom when the situation calls for it.

Not to mention Tripp...be still my heart, 'cause I'm tripping over Tripp! He's pretty much in the background of this story...you know, the strong silent type with a mysterious past. Oh...and he's a vegetarian! Eeeeppp!!! A vegetarian cowboy! I never thought I'd see the day. That's my dream come true right there and all I can say is Tripp better star in the next book or I'll be one very disgruntled reader.

My thanks to the author for providing me with a copy of this book.

GIVEAWAY OPPORTUNITY:

If you would like a chance to win a copy of Falling for the Cowgirl, leave a comment below or email me at kavluvstoreadATyahooDOTca. If you add your email to a comment, remember to use AT and DOT instead of @ and . in order to protect yourself from spammers. If you enter the draw via email, please add the the title to the subject line so it's easy to spot your entry. Draw will be held and winner announced on Sunday June 3 2018. Offer open to International Readers. Good luck!

13 comments:

  1. Squeeee....read it and loved it! Tina always writes a fantastic book. And, Kav, as you say "Tripp better star in the next book!!"

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    1. Seriously...Tripp....blissful sigh. At last, a vegetarian hero and a cowboy to boot. Woot! I'm soooo excited!

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  2. That what makes the story good is when they are annoying in the beginning. cheetahthecat1986ATgmailDOTcom

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    1. Yes! And when the author feeds you bits of backstory so you understand their annoying lapses and you love 'em all the more for it. Happy sigh. Good luck, Kim.

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    2. And that's what makes a book so great.

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  3. oh my thank you for your review. this sounds wonderful. a ranch for orphans. this means animals and children in this book. wonderful
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    1. Yep -- even bison. Can't say I've read that many books with bison in them. lol Good luck, Lori.

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  4. Sounds like a good read. Thank you for the chance.
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    1. You're welcome, Lucy. Good luck.

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  5. I like your play on words with "Tripp." I'm also looking forward to another Radcliffe read. :)
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    1. LOL when you get to know Tripp you'll understand why. Good luck, Terrill.

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  6. Sounds great! Tina is so funny! Thanks for the chance! paulams49ATsbcglobalDOTnet

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    1. She has a great sense of humour. Love that about her books. Good luck, Paula.

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