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- Publication Date: July 15, 2017
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The Cowboy's Baby: A Small Town Montana Romance (Corbett Billionaires Book 1) Kindle Edition
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and how they accidentally come together over their grief. It's a heart warming story of how they grow and learn to trust with the help of friends and finally family. This is a thoroughly enjoyable read that I highly recommend. Ms. King is among the best writers in this genre
My reasons for 2 Stars- Dallas was willing to go through a serious issue while not getting all the facts. This bothered me. Being part of the audience and knowing that side plus Tia's side- it just didn't sit well with me. Just by being the reader thinking he was so irresponsible. Twice. One meaningful and one meaningless. Also, the time away from each other was a bit too long. He turned out to be a coward. Having to think about some unknown girl to take care of himself almost made me stop reading. Really?
My reasons for 3 Stars- the age. Tia was extremely young. There was not a huge age difference but Tia being so young almost turned me away. It was a hard sell for me. Knowing she and Dallas were going to be parents kind of made the fantasy a bit hard to swallow. Some of her thinking and speaking was a bit juvenile and naive.
My reasons for 4 Stars- the actual relationship. The intimate moments were extremely real and really emotional. That part I throughly enjoyed. I loved the connection. I'm a huge fan of relations in the heat of the moment. They shared fears and their reasonings for their pain. They see each other. They seem to know what each other's emotional need was. They acted on it without doing it consciously.
My reason for 5 Stars- Dallas has a reaction to finding out he was going to be a father that was so worth the ugliness he shows throughout the book. I loved his reaction. That made me think of him as growing as a character. He almost redeemed himself 100%. Enough to change my opinion of him.
That makes my review a 3.5 Star. But the picture bumped it to 4 Stars. That one point almost made it worth it. It actually made me tear up. The reasonings made it so meaningful. It had parts that made me almost stop reading. The reader in me made me continue. Some parts I had to force myself to finish. Looking back it does take you on a serious journey. Some parts made it so worth the read.