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Cowboy, I'm Yours Kindle Edition
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They had divorced 6 years earlier because his first priority was winning rodeo competitions and hanging with friends. He was always on the road and spent little time with his wife. The last straw for him was when she got pregnant. He had no contact with the heroine or his daughter in the six years they were apart. He dutifully sent child support checks and smexed a lot with other women.
The h shares a lot with him showing him the man he had become regarding his family to jumpstart his memory. It is kind of like the ghost of Christmas past in the Scrooge.
Two things I really hated about the book. One, the hero was really less than a hero by not realizing the family he lost and did not initiate the second chance. Two, I thought that the h was too much of a doormat to let him get away with no groveling after he gets his memory back. I also hated that there was the other woman that shows up while he is trying to regain memory. She was his current girlfriend. She offers to jog his memory in the bedroom. It didn't seem like he gave much thought to h at all or regret their time apart.
I skimmed the book and while many reviewers liked the premise of the story, I did not. I am throwing this cowboy back.
There were several rodeo inaccuracies about bull riding. There is not a saddle, horn, or stirrups. The author needed to do a little more research.
Not a fabulous book, but I did stay up late to finish reading it.
Overall, I did like this book & I even recommend it to those who enjoy second chance romances. Still, I know the story and the characters will not stay with me once I'm done with this review.