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  • Amazing

    Loved this story of Ashley and Dallas, both with troubled pasts that find HEA. Ashley is a single parent barely making ends meet when she meets Dallas, owner of a construction company and oldest brother of four brothers. Dallas offers to help Ashley out in a job at the ranch doing book keeping, soon a friendship develops into so much more. Ashley is a very strong female character and does not expect to be handed anything free, she works hard for what she has. Dallas had to grow up young with the death of his mother and take over the raising of his younger brothers. Now with his dad in the hospital, he has more responsibility with the ranch. This book has a sweet but sexy romance along with plenty of family drama that will keep you turning the pages. This is Michelle Beattie's first contemporary romance (she has written pirate stories in the past), and I'm looking forward to reading many more.

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  • A Must Read!

    'Cowboy Up' is a fitting title for what feels to be a modern-day romance with hints of old fashioned values thrown in. Dallas has some "burs" to remove from his attitude. So his getting thrown into a forehead smack of a situation leading to his ninety-day penance must be fate in disguise. Not that Dallas sees the House of Hope or the sassy no-nonsense blonde Ashley at first! Ashley, a juggler of life, has way soo many tasks thrown up in the air. An unplanned gust of wind would send all of her carefully mapped out days crashing to the ground. So the judgemental and ridiculously handsome Dallas is an evil, frustrating and delicious distraction, one she is sure her heart, and bottom line cannot afford. Both come with a host of past and present "baggage" together they seem to make something else entirely. A plethora of emotions run through the pages of this story. My liking of characters varied from scene to scene- they had a " real feel " to them while other parts seemed so out there it. I had trouble meshing the two together! That aside, the heart of the storyline was sweet, witty, frustrating, with bolts of heat, eye-opening emotions Cowboy Romance! Some of those plots twists! I am curious to see what becomes of them, as well as the other characters further in the series. A first-time reader of Michelle Beattie, I enjoyed this book, read it one sitting and look forward to more from her soon! 4 Stars!

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  • Contemporary Cowboy Romance

    Cowboy Up is the first of the brand new contemporary series, Tangled Up in Texas by Michelle Beattie. I know this author mainly as a historical romance writer specially as the author of the Frontier Marietta Series. I enjoyed this switch up in time with the new series. It is titled Cowboy Up but Dallas now runs his own construction firm in San Antonia, Texas. Before the story has gone too far he needs to return to Last Stand, Texas. His brothers and he fit the name of the town to a T. It seems that they are often at each other’s throat with the desire to be the last brother standing when the fighting is over. Proud, stubborn men which makes them chips off the old block, there is still hope for each one. Dallas is oldest, has preconceived notions, and is stubborn to a fault. On the plus side he is a hard worker and loves his family though not one of them knows how to show it to each other. Single mom Ashley Anderson is hard working, never gives up and is the best thing to ever happen to Dallas. Of course, Dallas does not think this when he is assigned to her housing project. Still I like a man who is teachable, able to admit when he is wrong and good at heart. Gives us hope for the proud stubborn men in the world. An ARC of the book was given to me by the publisher through Net Galley which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • This book has it all!

    Great characters and a wonderful story. Well worth the read.

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  • Overcoming Barriers

    A different type of family drama. So much more than the usual single mother tale. If you like strong female characters, you’ll love Ashley. The strength she shows to overcome all the difficult barriers placed in her way. She’s kicking down doors and taking no prisoners. Dallas has never met anyone like her before and finds himself questioning his whole life. This book is wonderfully cute, with moments of steam, but it all really works.

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