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entertaining opposites attract romance,
This review is from: Big City Cowboy (Mass Market Paperback)
Adverting executive Elizabeth Harrington-Smyth arrives from New York as a bridesmaid at her cousin Janice's wedding in Estes Park, Colorado. She feels like a fish out of water especially after meeting the outdoors other bridesmaids at the Twin Creeks Ranch. However, she also believes Rory McAlister would be the perfect Rhinestone Cowboy model to showcase her Devlin Designs. He laughs at her offer.
He wants to say no, but needs the $30,000 fee to pay part of his mom's cancer treatment. When he arrives in New York for the shoot, he feels like a fish out of water. Neither likes the feeling of the attraction that each shares towards one another in spite of recognizing being geographically divided.
This is an entertaining opposites attract romance between the big city woman and ranch male. Rory is a fabulous individual who understands family first. However, Elizabeth is a nasty person who treats her cowboy with contempt until the revelation of what she stands to lose. Although compromise is one sided fans will enjoy this contemporary romance.
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Initial post: Dec 5, 2011 12:51:36 PM PST
Mr. August says:
Both characters are "fish out of water." Hmmmm, this is crazy.
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