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Kissing Carly (Kiss a Cowboy Series, Book Three) (Volume 3) Paperback – May 10, 2015
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Andi and the rest of the Brennan crew are taken back to see Carly just show up at the ranch. Andi has agreed to help her figure out her bills and straighten out her life but she needs to quite the partying and get a job. Everyone at the ranch is very welcoming and eager to help Carly except for Randy. Randy has always seen Carly as the spoiled brat and wants nothing to do with her. He does his best to ignore her and he does a pretty good job of it until he is out to prove something and kisses her!
Randy had a hard childhood. Never having parents around to raise him, teach him or love him made it rough. With the Brennans behind him, he turned into an amazing cowboy.
Seeing Carly grow up and make her job into something she loves was amazing. I loved the little store she worked at and loved what she made of it. Randy and Carly make the cutest couple!
This book will tear at your heart strings and you will cry, laugh and just really enjoy this wonderful story.
Kissing Carly, book #3 focuses on Carly, the wild one in the other two books. She runs into trouble in the big city and heads to the ranch to regroup and to try to figure out what is important in life. Okay, so we kind of know from the start that she and Randy are going to try to hook up but they both have a lot to work through and get past. Watching that happen is what made me want to keep reading.
'He never paid a bit of attention to her, though, and that irked her. Men fawned over Carly wherever she went. Everyone, except Randy.'
Randy has Carly figured out from the first moment he laid eyes on her. He sees right through her and is the one male who doesn't fall for her games.
'That's the problem right there. You think all you have to do is put on a show, bat your eyelashes, smile prettily, and a hundred men will do your bidding. From the first time I met you, all I saw was you putting on a show for Colt. You'd pout and smile and shake back your hair and he was putty in your hands. You know exactly how to manipulate men by being what you think they want, but the minute a relationship gets serious, you run away. You work so hard convincing a man you're something you aren't, that it scares you when you can't live up to your lies. You know how to reel them in by playacting, but you don't keep them, because you aren't being yourself. Your real self. Sweetie, you did fulfil your childhood wish. You became an actress after all, except that your acting leads to broken hearts.'
Carly and Randy have both had rough lives and those experiences have shaped who they are perceived to be today. But is that facade their real personality? Can they let their guard down and become vulnerable and able to love and be loved?
'Women. They were more trouble than they were worth.'
Like I said, I love this series; the setting, the people, the conflicts, the love. I love it all. I am sad to see it end but I know I can always go back to visit the Brennan Family again, any time I want.
"Mowed the lawn at my place this morning before coming here. The older I get, the bigger that lawn seems to be,” Glen said, chuckling."
I may try reading this again.
Remember this is my personal opinion and does not reflect on the author.