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  • Fake Relationship

    Emmaline and Cort’s relationship in Swipe Right for a Cowboy by Karen Foley, book one in her Riverrun Ranch series is a wonderful reminder that you can’t judge a book by its cover. Emmaline is desperately in need of a man; a man willing to be her plus-one for her sister’s wedding, in three weeks. The sister who stole and is now marrying Emma’s lying, cheating, no-good ex-boyfriend. Using an online dating app, she selects the perfect candidate, but instead of the refined software magnate she expects, a rugged cowboy shows up instead. He’s the complete opposite of everything Emma is looking for. In fact, he’s exactly the kind of man this New York City gal swore to her Texas ranching family she would never fall for. Cort actually ends up being the perfect man for the job; since one look at Emma and he was smitten. By the end of the weekend, Emma is wishing she could keep her fake cowboy boyfriend and take a chance on him; maybe swipe right for him. Ms. Foley wrote a wonderful and sweet story that is definitely not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with sexual chemistry, amusing banter, and charming characters giving Emma and Cort a chance at love. I highly recommend Swipe Right for a Cowboy to other readers and look forward to the next book in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • A sweet fake romance

    I loved this book it was such a tangled web but you just knew that everything would work out Emmaline (Emma) Claiborne is about to face one of the biggest test in her life she has to front up to her sisters wedding A wedding that is to her own cheating ex boyfriend and she has to appear happy There is no way she is showing up to that all alone so she turns to Tinder to fins a wedding weekend date and she picks the perfect man a sophisticated software magnate what she actually gets is his best friend Cort Channing a bull rider and the kind of man she told her family she would never date. He soon agrees to the weekend date after all he lives his life in eight second intervals in a weekend he can win over the woman he is deeply attracted to The only problem they will have to contend with jealous sisters and a protective older brother Can they keep their fake relationship a secret and will it actually become more real than fake he sure wants it to.

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  • City Girl, Rodeo Boy

    Swipe Right for a Cowboy by Karen Foley is a fun, flirty, fake romance read. Just perfect for an afternoon that you would like to forget all that is going on in the world around you. NYC Emmaline Claiborne and rising bull rider, Cort Channing couldn’t be more different or more perfect for each other. Last Stand, Texas has never seen the likes of these two together, so the talk begins. There is a switch up with the dating app, an ex-boyfriend who needs to stay ex and a supporting cast who are humorously nosy. Not as much rodeo as it is wedding excess but still a lot of bull around. There is also the instant lust which did feel rushed. A slow burn would have made this a 5 star read, since I really liked the main characters. Yet, the entire premise of ex-boyfriend weds sister so the need to make them all jealous is a Reese Witherspoon role. I would love to see her take the part if this is turned into a chick-lit movie. Now just who should play the part of Cort? An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • City slicker meets rodeo cowboy

    Cort is going to knock your cowgirl boots off with his smile and laid back personality.Great start to a new book series.I honestly can't wait for Luke Claiborne's story next.

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  • Fall in Love in Texas

    Emma and Cort meet under unusual circumstances. But as she’s a NYC girl through and through, there’s no way she wants to get serious with a cowboy. Nevertheless, she is intrigued enough to go to a rodeo where she’s surprised to find out Cort is a bull rider. All this leads her to ask for Cort’s help with her family and thus begins their foray into Texas. The author weaves the story bit by bit and slowly builds Emma and Cort’s romance while at the same time drawing the reader into the world of Last Stand, Texas. All the characters are well-developed and add much to the story. Was so engrossed in this book that I wanted to finish it all in one sitting. I received an advanced reader copy from the publisher in exchange for my volunteer review.

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