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    Awesome, amazing, and a must read!

    I thoroughly loved and enjoyed reading the outstanding, fabulous, contemporary romance by the wonderfully talented Jacquie Underdown. I received a copy of the story from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily Wolfe is the real estate agent for the rich and powerful. Her best friend, Xanthia, talks her into going on a dating catch me a cowboy reality show. Wil Parker is talked into doing the show by his brother, Alex. Wil has a lot of difficulty keeping his eyes and hands off Emily; Emily can't resist the charm, body, and personality of the handsome, sexy cowboy. Read the highly recommended, beautifully written, a must read love story of Emily and Wil.
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    Better than television

    I've never watched a full episode of a reality dating show. They don't interest me. I don't know. Seemed like a lot cattiness, backstabbing, lying, itching for a fight nonsense. Good entertainment, of that I have no doubt, and I'm sure the contestants did find true love. But, well, it wasn't for me. So I wasn't sure I'd like this story. Television's one thing. Reading about it? That's a whole different ballgame. For one, I didn't have the distraction of commercials. Damn things are so annoying! Interrupting right when it gets good, making you throw your hands in the air and say, "Are you kidding me?" Yeah, you don't get that when you read about a reality dating show. So would I like it? Or would it just be as annoying as its small screen counterpart? I liked that this wasn't set in America. Sorry, love me some American cowboys but it was nice that this was overseas and Down Under. The setting really made it for me. It evoked that warmth, nervous, school-girl feeling in me. You know, the one that feels something like, "Oh, God, I hope we end up together! He's amazing, in every sense of the word!" But I'm babbling. Forgive me. Truly, this story was enjoyable because everything in it was better than the television version. I could picture all of this in my head, could see the attraction spark between Wil and Emily, could see the changes that slowly overtook Emily the longer she was on the show. And I could feel so much because the distraction of everything else a reality show offers wasn't there, not in my head at least. I could filter it out, focus on this couple that I hoped would overcome their fears and reach for what was in front of them even when outside factors battled to pull them apart. It is, after all, a reality show. And what's a reality show without a little...competition? *rolls eyes* True love and a heart-to-heart connection between people happens regardless of circumstances. Drive and desire help them fight the odds to maintain those things. Wil and Emily no doubt mirror a real life couple out there somewhere who found love on a television show and have persevered despite the odds. I may not enjoy television reality dating shows but I sure enjoyed reading about it. Received from author for an honest review
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