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    Cowboy Charming

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from SOURCEBOOK Casablanca via NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing it. This was a charmingly funny story. I loved reading Presley Walker and Dixie King's HEA journey. The Walker family has been a wonderful series so far. I look forward to reading more of this family. The prior characters from the previous books made slight appearances in this one. It was nice to catch up with prior characters. I will say that I will never look at mini-golf the same way again!!!! Presley and Dixie have a mystery to solve and they have to TRY and work together to do it. There were some really great scenes that were hilariously funny. This author is such a joy to read. I hope that Dixie's gram make appearances in future books. She was a hoot to read and full of sage advice. I would love to be around someone like her!!! I adore the dual format and this story has it. Getting a glimpse into the characters' thought process really helps me to connect with them. I highly recommend this story (really the prior books as well) to anyone who loves a book with a good laugh involved.
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    Loved this read

    One of those sweetly sexy hometown experience you can really get lost in... was sexy, fun, engaging and an emotionally thrilling romantic journey for two opposites looking to save their small hometown. Really loved all the exciting twists and turns this heartwarming journey takes.
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    Very cute and funny small-town story

    Very cute and funny small-town story about strait-laced preacher's daughter Dixie and ladies man Presley (love the name as I'm a big Elvis fan!). Dixie always seems to be trying to do what's right for everyone, even to her detriment. Her parents are busy and so it falls to Dixie to move in with and (try!) and look after her grandmother, who is one of the best characters in the story, she's a little terror and determined to enjoy her life which was great! Dixie works for Presley's sister (Charlie) in her bar and when Charlie is unexpectedly called away Dixie steps into her shoes to help run their new chilli cook-off festival, with Presley organising the bands etc. Dixie has had a crush on Presley for years, but feels he's definitely no good for her as he's a real charming love 'em and leave 'em sort of guy. But Presley is feeling it's time for him to settle down these days and he has definitely got a soft spot for Dixie, and as they are thrown together in organising the festival they get closer and closer. There is also a spanner thrown in the works when there are rumors of someone buying the land next to The Rambling Rose and turning it into a big country music venue, which of course would ruin The Rose's business and change the town of Holiday. So Presley and Dixie (reluctantly!) start investigating and try to stop it before it even starts. An enjoyable story set around a town festival with very amusing characters, and some cute animals. Dixie was definitely too straight and narrow to start with, but Presley managed to loosen her up by the end of the book. Great fun with a happy ending. I do enjoy the town of Holiday. This is the third in this series, I've read the second book (Cowboy Christmas Jubilee) and really enjoyed it too.

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