- File Size: 634 KB
- Print Length: 377 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0373366396
- Publisher: Harlequin Heartwarming (September 1, 2013)
- Publication Date: September 1, 2013
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BZPLHJM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #571,818 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Meg Riley is the owner of the cafe and he just wants to forget that she broke his twenty-year-old heart the summer his father died of a heart attack. Meg has never fallen for anyone else so now they are both single and the spark is still hot. The problem is getting past their history and communicating about both old and new feelings for each other in the middle of a town make-over for all the bachelors.
Classes are given in how to make small talk on dates, good table manners, grooming, cleanliness and to stop belching in front of ladies. These good old Montana cowboys try hard to impress the Hollywood crew but they are still waiting to see if the town will become the center of a new series...
The story is realistic, pretty funny with lots of interesting characters but in the end they all pull together to help each other and for the common good of the town so it is a great story with lots of love holding it together.
To the reviewers who complained there was no ending, it is clear that there will be future books in this series. In fact, the lead characters have their resolution. Perhaps an epilogue would have been nice.
Those readers who are concerned about too much sex or offensive language will enjoy this story. Those who read books to look for sex and swearing so they can complain about them will be disappointed.
As a break from alpha males once in a while, I would read more by this author. There was no "too stupid to live heroine" or "too good to be true" hero. I enjoyed the humor.
"Hey," he said. "You can`t dance and you can`t sign, so you may as well hunt down a boyfriend."
"She`d seen that "I want to be alone with you so I can kiss your socks off" look before."
"Just pick one of them. Because he will break your heart. He will stomp it into pieces and then drive over it in his fancy truck."
Would I recommend this book? Oh Yeah, I sure would!
Parts of this book were funny, such as teaching a bunch of cowhands, and other men with dirty jobs how to impress the ladies. (ie take showers before dates, wear clean clothing , don't belch, fart or pick your teeth at the table) Working up from basic hygiene, on to small talk and appropriate dating activities, all in preparation for a possible Hollywood show kind of like the Cowboy Bachelors.
This was a good book about good hearted people who tried to revive their town and did revive their town spirit.
Heat factor mild.