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    Fantastic Western Romance

    A Cowboy Never Quits is a fabulous western romance by Cindi Madsen. Ms. Madsen has given readers a well-written book. I love the characters in this story, they're awesome. Jessica's daughter has landed in trouble and she's determined to get her a place at Turn Around Ranch. So she takes the cook job at the ranch to secure her daughter a spot, the problem is, she can't cook. Wade runs the ranch but the family votes on important issues. Wade was outvoted. Jessica and Wade's story is packed with drama, humor, spice and is a fun read. I enjoyed reading this book and look forward to reading more from Cindi Madsen in the future. A Cowboy Never Quits is book 1 of the Turn Around Ranch Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    More Than A Second Chance Cowboy Romance

    Cowboy romances are not my usual go-to stories, but I love Cindi Madsen’s books. This one is a story about more than cowboys and second chance romance, but there are plenty of second chances throughout. It is about cowboy Wade Dawson and his family, who run the Turn Around Ranch where kids are given a second chance, like Aiden, who became part of the Dawson family. It’s about single mom, Jessica Cook, and her relationship with her troubled teen, Chloe, who definitely needs a second chance. It’s truly a heartwarming story about family, friendships, discipline, learning to trust and earning trust, some intimate romance as well, and, of course, second chances. You will not be disappointed in this story. I read an ARC of A Cowboy Never Quits, and this review is my own and was written voluntarily.
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    4.25⭐ A wonderful western romance

    This was a wonderful, enjoyable story. That introduces readers to the Turn Around Ranch and single mum Jess, who at the end of her tether arrives with daughter Chloe desperate for help, but without a place, she manages to wrangle her way in claiming she can cook, filling a job that has been open for months. And what follows is an engaging, well composed, nicely paced story. That has a wonderful mixture of humour and sweetness. As well as a little heat, not to mention a lovely heartwarming quality. As issues are brought up and explored, and the relationship between mum and daughter mended. Furthermore, I really loved how well-rounded and varied all of these characters were, and I enjoyed the development of each friendship and romance. And the fact that Chloe too got a happily ever after was just super cute. As it helped make this story that much more delightful and rewarding to read, and I would happily recommend it to others. **I was kindly provided with an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**
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    Fun romance read!

    What an enjoyable book! I loved the banter between Jess and Wade throughout the book. Her not knowing how to cook and him not wanting her there was a great start to their time together. I laughed numerous times. Getting stuck in the mud? Funny. I also really like that the heroine's daughter and the hero's adoptive brother had part of the story as well. Written from their POV. I felt like it added a lot to the story. This was my first book by Cindi Madsen and am looking forward to reading more, especially from this series. I received an advance reader copy for an honest review.
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    Surprised and delighted me!

    4.5 stars — OK, this book turned into something much more than I was expecting. Which makes it sound like I had low expectations, but I didn’t…I always enjoy Ms. Madsen’s work. It was more just that I had no idea what to expect. Normally I’m not huge on more than 2 POVs, but I loved what the 4 brought to this story — at minimum we got two love stories, and that’s never a bad thing! This one totally won me over in characters. Which is not to say other bits weren’t great, but the characters were amazing. They were real, relatable, hilarious (at times), flawed, and just got to my heart. Jess was hella sassy and stubborn and she just made me want to adopt her (even though she was the adult mom). I loved how spunky and determined she was, and how much you could *feel* how much she loved her daughter and wanted what was best for her. I also felt like she was fairly realistic as someone who had a baby so young…you could see the way growing up that fast had its affect on her. And that’s where her flaws came out at times, but that just made her feel more real to me. She was a woman, doing the best she could without a support network…and so she still had some growing to do that got circumvented by motherhood. I really loved that. I was worried I wasn’t going to like gruff Wade, but wow did he turn that around on me. He may have been a stickler for rules, but we really got to see how that role weighed on him, and how he got to be that way in the first place. He was kind, hard working, tough, and hilarious in his own way. And the two of them together? OMGosh! The bickering and the push and pull followed by the most adorable flirting was just more than my little happy heart could take. They went through so much, and I think they really needed each other to push themselves to grow more. I love that in romances. The cowgirl thing was hilarious and sweet. And it wasn’t all sweetness, they had amazing steamy chemistry too! Chloe was actually a pretty realistic 15 year old…I was worried I wasn’t going to sympathize with her going to the “bad crowd”, but I got it. I loved seeing her work through the anxiety and panic attacks, and I didn’t even mind that she took so long, because, again, real. And OMG she was hilarious in her own way. I loved the mother/daughter relationship they had with one another. And Aiden was a sweetie. I loved seeing a different perspective of the teen camps. I almost wish we’d gotten a bit more from him, but I’m not entirely sure what. And then there was the secondary characters!! So many great ones! I loved seeing Jess form all these female friendships that she had been missing in her life, most especially with Liza. It made my heart happy. And the whole Dawson family was great, from their genuine care to their good-natured teasing. It was a feel good hit for me, though not without its tough subjects. I can’t wait to read more love stories in this series!
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