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  • Couldn’t put it down!

    Couldnt put it down! Like the earlier books in the series this is a perfect HEA! Not to mention it’s always great to see the truth win out! Be sure to add Cowboy Strong to your “must read” list. And please tell me there will be another book with Angie’s happily ever after!

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  • Great enemies to lovers romance

    I loved this book! This is the third book in the Dry Creek Ranch series centering around three cousins, running their grandfathers cattle ranch. Sawyer Dalton is a freelance journalist who arrives home to his loft apartment on the ranch to find Celebrity Chef Gina DeRose staying there. His parents are Hollywood Crisis managers, and sent Gina there to hide out while a scandal is threatening to take down her cooking empire. You have two mysteries to be solved in this book, the one involving Gina and also Sawyer’s missing sister. I loved both Sawyer and Gina and seeing the development of their relationship from annoyance to much more was well done. I really hope that the author continues this series with some of the characters introduced in this book. I received an arc of this book from NetGalley for my honest review.

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  • Great read

    Another great story in the Dry Creek Ranch series! Each book can be read standalone but I highly recommend you read them all. In this book the characters of Sawyer and Gina are fantastic with sizzling chemistry whether they want to acknowledge it or not. Their enemies to lovers story is full of sass, snark, and a whole lot of fun. The book is very well done with a nice easy pace to the story. I highly recommend this book to everyone.

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  • New (to me) author

    I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This was a book that was offered to me from the publisher - I had originally heard about the book from the author’s newsletter. I took a chance on a new author and I wasn’t disappointed! I enjoyed the book and the plot. Gina and Sawyer were perfect together. I really think I’d like to go back and read the previous two books about the other cousins. My favorite part of the story was that Gina’s assistant’s name is Darby! That’s my daughter’s name and I love when authors use the unique name.

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  • Captivating slow burn romance

    This book features an enemies to lovers romance with plenty of snark, conflict, and wild, passionate encounters. Mutual dislike soon becomes reluctant tolerance, then a friends with benefits arrangement. Neither will admit that love is involved, or that they want something more than a temporary fling. Handsome Sawyer Dalton is a world travelling investigative journalist with the soul of a cowboy. He is part owner of the Dry Creek Ranch with his two cousins and his journalism career helps offset the cost of running the ranch, but the ranch and his family are his heart and soul. Returning from a journalistic conference, he is surprised to find a client of his parents PR firm ensconced in his apartment on the ranch. His first meeting with Gina DeRose, a disgraced celebrity chef hiding from the media, is full of snark and dislike on both sides. He quickly transfers the unwanted guest to a small neglected cabin on the ranch and heads back to his apartment to sleep. The next few encounters see a tolerance and a budding friendship form. Sawyer is annoyed she keeps invading his kitchen, but doesn’t complain too much because he benefits from her great cooking. When he finally gets Gina’s version of the scandal that has her hiding out on the family ranch, Sawyer goes into investigator mode and does a little digging. He wants to help her clear her name if he can, but realizes he also will be helping her to go back to her celebrity life, a life that won’t include him...or will it? His first impression of Gina was that of a neurotic, narcissistic and spoiled celebrity who deserved what she got in terms of bad press. Now he knows she is woman driven to succeed, but insecure about her talent. She is also stubborn, compassionate and more vulnerable than she allows other people to see. Gina disliked the rude cowboy/journalist at first, but his gruffness grows on her, as do his compliments about her cooking. She badly needs the praise to bolster her self esteem. His passionate kisses and their make out sessions leave her breathless and purring. But a relationship with the handsome cowboy can’t really go anywhere, can it? The twists and turns of this story are captivating as is the slow burn romance between Sawyer and Gina. They work together to find out who is behind the hatchet job on her reputation and up falling in love. Neither was looking for love, but love found them anyway. This is a great read for all lovers of romance with a fascinating storyline. I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley and I am voluntarily leaving an honest review.

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