- File Size: 2173 KB
- Print Length: 298 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Press (January 17, 2017)
- Publication Date: January 17, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N0MEVH5
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #147,260 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Cowboy Sanctuary (The Dixon Ranch Book 1) Kindle Edition
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COWBOY SANCTUARY is a smoldering romance that will leave you panting in all of the right spots. The author, Michelle Hughes, manages to turn up the temperature on every page, without bothering to get tackily graphic.
I'd recommend this book for anyone looking to read themselves a sweet and yet powerfully hot cowboy romance. Michelle Hughes casts a literary love spell with the skill of a seasoned lariat-wielding rodeo pickup rider.
Yours in storytelling,
Brock and Dana learn to trust themselves and each other. I was struck by how often we think we know someone...or ourselves...but life finds ways of showing us there is always so much more to learn. I enjoyed the journey Dana and Brock took because of the love each has for a baby who needs them. It was a pleasure to see two people who were not adversaries and did the best they could for "the little man". They were haunted by Dana's murdered twin sister's low life husband, Derrick, who believed the baby, Jeremy, was his. Dana had taken Jeremy to Brock, the baby's real father, because she feared what would happen to Jeremy if left with Derrick. Derrick proved he was not above using the baby to manipulate Dana, and then Brock.
Michelle Hughes writes about complex characters in interesting, we'll plotted stories. I especially loved Brock's large Dixon family who teased and fought, but gave each other unquestioning love and support when needed. I look forward to many more books about the Dixon family.
It started out promising, but at a certain point some of the stuff written in the story was just aweful, mainly because the entire trope was based on the terribly chauvinistic portrayal of women as either the whore (Danielle the promiscuous cheater wife) or the virgin (Dana, her identical twin, the virgin who thinks sex means she's not a real feminist).
Feminism is not the opposite of sexual freedom (quiet the contrary, actually), and while on this specific point I can understand Dana's character motivation and even the polarity between the sisters, you really lost me at the point where she implies craving companionship is somehow not feminist. It was just too much.
And that's before I even delve into weak character motivation and one dimensional characters through and through.
Cowboy Sanctuary is a wonderful romance/suspense/cowboy story. The revolving first person worked great in the story. I liked living the story from both Dana and Brock’s points of view.