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- Print Length: 169 pages
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- Publisher: Vivaeris (August 29, 2014)
- Publication Date: August 29, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00N5FEUQ2
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,904,004 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Then there's Nate, the city attorney, who wants the cows gone. Our first impression of him isn't completely clear. Is he an obnoxious jerk in his giant truck? But wait, he's hauling flowers in his giant truck for his mother. See? It could go either way.
The Trouble With Mini Cows has humor, chemistry, meddling family members, a hero who knows what he wants, and a heroine who isn't sure what she wants (in regards to just about anything). Side characters are, for the most part, likeable and entertaining, with the exception of Brendan--and no spoiler alert, but what was Gran thinking with that little plot? Yeesh!
I enjoyed this book thoroughly, and look forward to more by this author. No explicit sex (implied, but not explicit).
However, Tessa is pretty much a drifter, doesn't make a strong example of an adult, job is sketchy, location is by it happend nstead of choice etc.
Nate is a love sick puppy attorney who really has no solution.
My Issue however is the cows. I was a dairy farmer for severl years. So this book caused me lots of anger.
1.) you claim to love these cows so much, yet you over bred them into over crowding, then fled the country, not knowing when someone would show up to feed them?
2.) the description of the barn and over crowding at Callie's is repulsive and she should be in jail for treating her "pets" in that manor
3.) Cows are not pets, they are animals who produce milk and when thier life is over they produce meat, this makes thier life cycle complete. burying the animals instead of slaughter makes pointless
4.) how are we paying for feed etc if we are not selling any milk or cheese. where are the permits to turn a garage into a refrigerator, where is the inspection to reopen an old barn?
5.) if the cows are in the barn for such a long period of time, why would the milking parlor not be cleaned up and reassembled to make life easier for everyone includig the cows?
I could just keep going on and on. One cow is a pet, 100 cows is a dairy operation where cows are milked until the end, then sent to the slaughter house. Welcome to the facts of life.