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  • Heartwarming Read

    True Blue Cowboy is book number one in the Blood Brothers series by Debra Holt. This is Chance Braxton and Josie Monroe’s story. Josie and Chance were likable characters and I enjoyed their story. Once Josie quit being so hardheaded and Chance got off the fence, they found their happily ever after. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

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  • A sweet romance

    This is a first in series and a first tine read of this author for me and I have to say I was impressed The book flowed well there was a little drama to keep it interesting but overall it was just a sweet love story Chance Braxton has always loved the girl next door the only problem was that she belonged to his brother Devon the one that went of to fight for his country. So why can't he get her out of his mind. Josie Monroe always new that her parents thought of Braxton as the son they never had and that annoyed her after all she was just as capable of running the ranch as a man what she doesn't know is that her mother asked Chance to marry Josie and combine the ranches and now he is ready to do it, but does she still love his brother or can there be something between them you will have to read to see

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  • Really enjoyed it

    I enjoyed reading this first book in a new series by author Debra Holt. It was my first time reading this author & from the preview of the next book in this series it won’t be the last. Chance & Josie were a great couple, with Josie’s fiery temper & Chance’s ever needed patience we got see the start of forever even though it started a long time ago. This book was made up of so many what ifs, questions & false assumptions. Always there to pick Josie up after her heart was continually broken by his ne’er do well brother, Chance has been biding his time & hoping Josie will see him as more than a friend because he’s been in love with her forever. A promise to her dying mother gives him the opportunity to get her to see him as more, but misunderstandings & the return of his brother Dev are causing major problems in his plans. As Josie awakens to the truths of the past & present we watch her grow in character as well as a woman in love & we hope that the misunderstandings are soon cleared up. This book was an emotional roller coaster most of the time & that’s what made it so good. Recommend to read. I received this book from the publisher through Bookfunnel for an honest review.

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  • Loyalty and Love

    Wouldn’t a young John Wayne be perfect to play the role of Chance in True Blue Cowboy by Debra Holt? This is a stubborn woman loved by a determined loyal cowboy story. While Josie Monroe is likable, Chance Braxton is lovable. Well-written romance that gives insight into the plight of small family owned ranchers and farmers in the US today. One might would say well look at Chance’s family ranch, certainly the biggest around that Texas town. Even that one now has a board of trustees, not exactly just the patriarch running the total show anymore. The marriage proposal is somewhat out of the norm but not so much as to be unbelievable. You can’t help but hope that Josie will get over her must-do-this-alone-to prove-females-can attitude before it is too late. I understand it but we are all stronger standing with someone we love and who loves us. Also the absent elusive Dev is so much part of this story that at the end you can’t help but hope his story is being written soon. 4.5 Stars 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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  • ...reads like a country song.

    True Blue Cowboy reads like a country song. Josie and Chance are a walking heartache with a lifetime of baggage to work their way through. Will foolish pride be the deciding factor for a couple of battered hearts in need of a second chance? Holt aims to wring out every emotion. From heartbreak to hope, she takes a detour at humor, before she reaches her ultimate destination and lays claim to the heart.

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