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  • Cowboy on my Mind

    I just adored this book. The Prologue was so sad I about cried. It did set the stage for the wonderful story though. How three young boys come to live with Mac Monroe and the other men and become a close-knit family. This was such a heart-felt story that I was enchanted right from the beginning. Ben the brawling protector of his younger brothers becomes the hero at twelve to Rebecca when he saves her from being run over by an ATV. Fifteen years later, he becomes a temporary deputy sheriff to the town (just another progression for the bad boy to hero!!) Ben and Becca have secretly been in love with each other since they were kids. After Becca returns home after college and living away for several years, these two reconnect. Unfortunately Becca's dad, Hank, has never liked Ben and does anything he can to keep these two away from each. There are some great moments in this story that kept me glued to my e-reader. There are some challenging moments as well (I really wanted to slap Hank.) I loved that the author wrote in a multiple POV format. Being able to connect to the characters because of reading their thoughts was very easy. I look forward to the rest of this series. This book was a great beginning to a series. The author just eluded to the "bedroom" scenes and really left the reader with using their imagination. I highly recommend this book to anyone.

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  • Great setup!

    I liked this story even if I didn't fall in love with it. I decided to give this book a try since it was the start of a new series and an author that is new to me. I really liked the sound of the book and found it to be an enjoyable read overall. This was a fairly quick read that I am glad I took a chance on. This book started out really strong for me. I loved that the book started with Ben was just a boy and first crossed paths with Mac who would eventually become his family. Ben's brothers, Mac, and the other men on the ranch were definitely high points of the story for me and I was pleased that they played a large role in the story. Ben's past is important to this story because it really shaped his view of the world and how others perceive him. Becca has just moved back to town after finishing college. Becca's parents would like her to stay with them in town but she decides to get her own place instead. Her father really would like to control most of the aspects of Becca's life and does his best to do just that. Her father does not like Ben at all and makes no secret of it. I liked Ben and Becca. They were both really nice with each other and I did like how Ben wanted to protect Becca. These two do some pretty big obstacles to deal with between the shooter that seems to be following Becca and Becca's father. The romance definitely had a sweeter feel to it but I think that it worked well for this story even though I have to admit that I would have liked to see just a bit more chemistry between the characters. I would recommend this book to others. It was a nice romance with enough mystery to keep things really interesting. I am looking forward to watching Ben's brothers find their happily ever after in future books. I received a review copy of this book from Forever (Grand Central Publishing).

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