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    Pretty good read

    This was a pretty good read. The basic story is Tanner has been working on the Three Bar C ranch for three years. When the owner passes away it appears it was inherited by city girl Maggie MacLeod, who decides she wants to run the ranch and it's Tanner's job to help her learn the ropes. They are immediately attracted to each other but Tanner doesn't do relationships. Ever. Marriage is something he's done once and will never do again and Maggie is definitely the marrying kind. The book is well written but I thought Tanner was a tough character to warm up to. In order to protect himself he comes off as a bit of a jerk. Maggie is so persistent though and very likeable. This was a great lazy afternoon read though so I would recommend it.
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    Real feel to it cowboy story

    Cowboys Don't Cry by Anne McAllister is a great read that you have trouble putting down. And when you do finish it it's a delight to find out that it's part of a series of 3 books and you get a chance to read more about the other brothers. It's a wonderful real feel to it, cowboy story, with struggles and great love
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    Warm and Lively Characters!

    Tanner's a free spirit who doesn't believe in relationships. He's been working on the 3 Bar C ranch for Abigail Crum, as her foreman. Abigail, 84 years old, wanted to leave the ranch to him, but he declined. She ended up leaving it to a someone Tanner doesn't know. Maggie, a schoolmarm, inherited the 3 Bar C. She's thrilled to inherit the ranch and have a home and income for herself and her two brothers. Tanner isn't happy about her decision to live on the ranch, or his attraction to Maggie... Clashing personalities and resisting the romance between Tanner and Maggie, make for a lively read. However, felt Tanner's stubbornness and animosity towards Maggie was overplayed; Maggie took his harsh treatment somewhat meekly. Other than that, the story was well written and the other characters warm and lively! A standalone read. 3 1/2 stars.
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    A Cowboy Romance!

    "Cowboys Don't Cry" by Anne McAllister is book one in the "Tanner Brothers" series. This is cowboy Robert Tanner and school teacher Maggie MacLeod's story. Robert doesn't do relationships or anything permanent. He is the foreman at the Three Bar C ranch. He promised the previous owner before she died that he would stay to help the new owner get acquainted with the ranch. Boy is Robert aka "Tanner" is surprised when he learns that city girl Maggie MacLeod had inherited the ranch and that she plans to run the ranch. It was great watching Robert and Maggie's relationship grow. The chemistry was great between them. I loved the characters, but at times I wanted to smack some sense into Robert. I really enjoyed this book and love Anne's style of writing. So kick back and escape into Robert and Maggie's life at Three Bar C ranch. I received a copy of this book from Tule Publishing for an honest review.
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    I liked this sweet western romance.

    I liked this story about a ranch foreman teaching a city girl how to run a ranch. Tanner had been the foreman of Three Bar C for a few years when the owner passed away leaving the ranch to Maggie MacLeod. Maggie moved to the ranch from the city, knowing nothing about ranching but was determined to learn. She had been told that Tanner was going to be there to teach her. How hard could it be? I liked the way this pair fell for each other but fought their feelings. Tanner didn't do relationships. He had been married once and never again. Maggie was his boss so she knew she shouldn't get involved with him. The reaction of these characters to each other pulled me into the story. I loved Maggie's determination and spunk to learn everything she could about ranching. But she was almost too good to be true. Tanner was a mess. He didn't talk much making it hard to know or like him. I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone who likes sweet western romances.
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