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- Print Length: 214 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Tule Publishing (February 27, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 27, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N7RZPSA
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #251,249 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"Fool Me Once" by Catherine Bybee
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Trey knew a year ago that offering sanctuary to Maddie was probably not a great idea, but when disaster hits you do the right thing. Oh, he’s aware of the chemistry between them, and her draw is not easy to resist. But Trey is convinced that he’s cursed with it comes to women. Okay, maybe he’s had some bad luck, but he’ll never know until he stops meandering around the attraction. So he kissed her – what in the world has he let loose now?
Taming The Texas Cowboy is a fun, charming look at a man who is strong in some ways and afraid in others. When push comes to shove he has to admit that Maddie could mean something important to him. He simply has to get past that idea of cursed, and changed it around into blessed. Maddie is about to give up on this man who could be everything she’s dreamed of. Now she has to decide if she’s the one to show him how good real love can be. There is definite chemistry between Trey and Maddie. I enjoyed their banter and understood Maddie’s frustration with this man. Sometimes all it takes to turn bad luck around is the right woman, something that Trey has to learn.
Looking for a fun, charming and sexy story? Love to be in on the beginning of an exciting new series? Then you’ll want to pick up Taming the Texas Cowboy. Maddie and Trey’s story is one that any Romance reader would enjoy. Cowboys, animals and love always a winning combination.
*I received an e-ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley. That does not change what I think of this story. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*
Everything had been going fine for Maddie Brooks and her veterinarian practice; everything that is until one tragic day when an unexpected fire wiped out practically all of her possessions including her business.
Luckily for her Trey Walker, one of her clients, offered to assist Maddie in her hour of need by giving her, a place to sleep and a barn to use for business. Trey is the type of guy no woman could resist, with gorgeous bronze physique and an erection to please their sexual desires. However, he has always felt he’s been cursed when it came to the opposite sex.
Maddie gratefully accepted Trey’s kind offer on a temporary basis, but after a year she’s still there and still trying to catch his attention. During this time she never really wanted to push him as he had been somewhat resistant to her advances since he always had some sort of excuse, which I felt had been stupid. With this amount of time, Maddie felt he has become a lost cause but then out of the blue he kissed her. There had always been some sort of chemistry between these two characters, as their need for each other fitted like a glove. Will their relationship end in a HEA both Maddie and Trey are looking for in their lives?
For giving her readers a sweet, compassionate romance story that’s quick and easy to read, I’ve decided to give Ms. Sands 5 STARS.
For the most part it was okay, but it never drew me in as much as I’d hoped. In fact, a lot of the time, I found it mildly irritating. Trey’s curse is flimsy at best and the way he pulls Maddie in closer before chasing her away – several times – was more annoying than sexy or emotional. He’s ridiculously stubborn and she’s not much better. They do have good chemistry, though, so at least their attraction made sense.
Maddie is an okay heroine, smart enough to give up on Trey when he shows no interest in her, until he changes everything between them. The way she acts around the stallion, Storm, did occasionally make me question her intelligence, but on the whole I didn’t dislike her. I wish we’d seen more of her working, especially with the animals she’s keeping at Trey’s ranch, but her caring nature comes across well.
I just wish the curse had been given more substance beyond his father and grandfather being womanizers. Especially considering his cousin. Trey seems far too down to earth and straightforward to get tangled up in something like that. It would have been far more likely if he’d just straight up admitted that he was protecting himself. The way it’s all resolved felt too quick and easy too, which didn’t help.
So this is okay. It has a sexy, brooding cowboy and a sweet, caring woman out to tame him. There’s plenty of heat between them and some interesting side characters to help move things along. If you like cowboy romances, then you should find something to enjoy here, but preferably if you like your heroes stubborn and your heroines patient enough to overlook it.
(ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley.)
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