SUSAN JUBY is the author of the critically acclaimed Getting the Girl and Another Kind of Cowboy, as well as the bestselling Alice series (Alice, I Think; Miss Smithers; Alice MacLeod, Realist at Last) and her latest novel for adults, The Woefield Poultry Collective. After dropping out of fashion college and attaining a BA from the University of British Columbia, Susan went to work in the book industry. She holds a master’s degree in publishing. She currently lives on Vancouver Island with her husband, James, and their dog, who prefers to remain anonymous. Visit her online at susanjuby.com.
This is an ambitious book, one that tries to take on a bit too much in it's scope. Dressage, being gay, spoiled rich girls, drug use, alcohol abuse, and the nasty side of the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Fun, well written, engaging, great read for middle school to adults. The story is pretty plausible, the characters are well developed, and you begin to care for them very quickly.Published 24 months ago by Old Choirboy
I'm a sucker for western romances and I thought this one would be right up my alley but when I received it, it turned out to be a teen book full of nonsense. Read morePublished on October 9, 2012 by LeannaMT
What a good book! Another Kind of Cowboy was a pleasant surprise for me. Normally I don't read YA books, but this one caught my attention and I decided to give it a shot - I'm so... Read morePublished on October 5, 2010 by Lucas
Cleo O'Shea, wealthy and selfish, and Alex Ford, dedicated and focused, couldn't make a more unlikely pair. Read morePublished on May 15, 2008 by The Compulsive Reader
"Another Kind of Cowboy" is an easy read story, but not a very good one. The plot of the story is filled with some stock characters; the rich girl with very distant parents who pay... Read morePublished on February 23, 2008 by P. Hunter
For Alex Ford, dressage is an oasis. In the stable, he can slip into his riding pants, shed the macho cowboy image, and feel like himself for a change. Read morePublished on December 30, 2007 by James F. Booth