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No Accounting for Cowboys (The Grady Legacy Book 2) by [Braemel, Leah]
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  • File Size: 812 KB
  • Print Length: 250 pages
  • Publisher: Carina Press (May 19, 2014)
  • Publication Date: May 19, 2014
  • Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00I15VLDQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #574,866 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3 stars--mostly because I liked the author's writing style, and I thought the plot-line was something on the different side (an upstart music star and the conflicts that go along with that). I had a major issue with the characters. I really couldn't like ANY of the except for the h. Everyone just seemed so angry all the time. The reasoning was explained, but I just didn't feel it. I did not read the first book of the series. Maybe if I did, I would feel different, but, I felt the entire Grady family just acted very immaturely most of the time. I really did like the h--I felt she was smart, and strong willed, and could see through everyone else's bull and react intelligently. The relationship aspect wasn't too bad. It kind of fell together pretty smoothly without a whole lot of tension. Sex scenes were spicy, and there was just the right amount to not deter from the storyline. There was an issue towards the end that got resolved a lot quicker than I would have liked, but I got my HEA.
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I absolutely love this series! This is book two in the series and while the romance stands alone there is quite a bit of backstory in the previous book Slow Ride Home. I would highly recommend reading that book first, but it’s an excellent book so you should read it anyway. Also while it’s not exactly a cliffhanger it is clear that all things are not totally resolved within the Grady Family and the family drama will continue into the next book(s). There is quite a lot of well written smokin’ hot sex in this book. If you don’t like that kind of thing this may not be the book for you.
There is great chemistry between Paige and Jake. I love how they are so drawn to each other. Paige is a great character. She’s smart, sexy, and a survivor. She’s trying to get beyond her past and create a good life for herself. Jake is conflicted, he loves Bull’s Hollow but doesn’t feel appreciated by his brother (Ben who we met in Slow Ride Home and who is beginning to seriously mellow in this book) but the band he’s been singing with on weekends (in secret) is starting to see some recognition and he doesn’t know what he wants to do. I don’t want to include any spoilers so I won’t go into the plot anymore but there are plenty of twists and turns and lots and lots of Grady family drama. There were a few more things I would have loved to see in this book, namely a confrontation (maybe I should say a bigger confrontation) between Paige and her Dad and I really want someone to get on CeCe for her attitude about Gabe (I mean I want to see someone really loose it and actually get through to her) but maybe that will come later. All told though this is a great love story about two people with great chemistry who complement each other very well, who support each other’s dreams and who learn who they are and who they want to be. I highly recommend this book and this series and I can’t wait for more! I received an ARC of this book from the publisher through Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.
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I loved it. It was a WONDERFUL pick-me-up as it put a big old goofy sappy smile on my face! You really do need to read the first book in order to get maximum enjoyment out of the second one; however, if it's been a while since you read the first one (like me) or you just like to read out of order, the author does a spectacular job in providing a recap of what happened with Jake and Ben and Gabe in the first book so you have a good idea of what's going on, even if it takes a bit to get there. The setting, as with all of Ms. Braemel's books, is spot-on. It's the tiny attention to detail that really makes you wonder if the author has actually lived in Texas, from the food that is eaten to way the houses are built to the descriptions of the scenery. It's a true Texan cowboy setting without being all "aw, shucks, ma'am" and corny cowboy romance.

Paige is by far my favorite part of this book. It has been a long time since I read a book with a strong female lead that I liked as much...where I felt like I would truly like her as a person if I met her. She actually reminds me of a friend of mine with her tipped hair, piercings and stylish clothing, but her ability to meet a challenge head-on and rise above it, no matter what, was amazing and I loved how she knew just the way to handle Jake without creating drama.

However, that being said, this is Jake's story. This book starts with Jake and ends with Jake. He goes through a lot during the story in finding out who he is both literally and figuratively and there is a lot that happens between him and the people in his lives. There is so much depth to him and so much love inside him to give to his family and to Paige. It's wonderful to read.
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Paige and Reba, her aunt and boss at the accounting firm, meet at their favorite rib place to discuss things they do not want to discuss in the office. Jake is at the bar and notices Paige and comes to sit with her after he performs. Jake is using a stage name and Paige looks more like a biker chick with her piercings and tats. When she ends up at the Grady's spread to get them ready for an audit to lead up to a new partnership agreement with their newly discovered half brother, Jake thinks Paige has looked him up and learns she is their new accountant. With large sums missing from the ranch and the possibility of a lawsuit from their new brother, can the Grady legacy survive?

Jake is hit with more family secrets and the chance to go for a real music career. Can he leave the ranch and Paige? Paige is a survivor. Jake is only a minor tool and he gets his act together. I like this series and the details of ranch and farming are very good. There is no romanticizing the hardships and turmoil of being land rich and cash poor. The accounting details were good as well. One more brother left???
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