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    Jennifer Ryan has perfected the cowboy love story

    Championship rodeo rider Dane Bowden knows everything hinges on this last ride. He wants the win, and he needs the money, so he holds on with everything he's got. But those few seconds change his life more than he could have imagined, when the bull turns on him and nearly kills him. But a crushed leg isn't nearly as jarring as seeing the face of his angel again, the now-grown woman who disappeared after saving him so many years ago. The Verdict: No one could ever say Bell has had it easy. Abandoned by her mother to her already married father, she was then left to be raised by her grandparents. While her grandfather always doted on her, her grandmother only sees her as sin incarnate, but despite that misery, Bell continues to take care of her bitter grandmother long after the sweet old man passes away. Taught by him to love books and learning, Bell excelled in school and has gone on to become a surgeon, but for all her intellect, she never really learned how to interact with people. Now that she's trying to connect with her half-sister and falling for an injured cowboy, some social skills would sure come in handy. Compared to what Bell went through, Dane's life has been easy. Raised with his brothers in a loving family, he's hardworking, honest, and blessed with the kind of looks that have women swarming around him. He's never forgotten the little girl that came to his rescue when he was thrown from his horse as a kid, but he's almost convinced himself that he just imagined her. Except now that he's in danger of losing his mangled leg, he finds himself face to face with her once more, and this time, he's not letting her disappear. She's awkward around him, but he's drawn to the sweet person inside, and he's got no problem fighting for her to stay in his life. The last of the Bowden brothers to fall in love, Dane's actually been half in love with the memory of the angel that saved him so many years ago. Faced with her now, he soon finds out just how hellish her life has actually been, but he's determined to get her to open up to him and give them a chance together. He seems to immediately connect with Bella on an emotional level, but Bell is absolutely inexperienced and out of her element in her growing feelings. It's really sweet to watch Dane, previously quite the ladies man, patiently trying to win her over, and I was rooting for them from the get-go. Of course, this story wouldn't fit the series if there weren't an element of danger to things, and it seems like someone is out to get Dane by going through Bell. That just makes him more determined to take care of and protect her, though, and with sparks flying between them the whole time, their relationship simply gets stronger. Her Lucky Cowboy is another great story in an already incredible series and shows just how alike in heart opposites can be. With lots of friendship, family, and heart-bursting romance, Jennifer Ryan has perfected another cowboy love story. ***FicCentral received this book from Harper Collins (via Edelweiss) for free in exchange for an honest review.
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    A must read

    I have read every book Jennifer Ryan has written, she keeps you on your toes, can't wait to get to the next page, never boring. Love her.. She doesn't write fast enough.. can't wait for the next one.
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    Her Lucky Cowboy

    Lucky couple. I am overwhelm of the story and truly touch bt the childhood life of Bell. She deserved the happiness with Dane and his family. The evil should be on Bell father and should be punished. Dane has the patience and determine to change his life and conquer his love with Bell. I loved every minute of this book and a beautifully witten story by Jennifer Ryan.
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    Sweet

    Dane and Bell's story is sweet, but Bell's past is so sad. I loved that their story relay began when they were they were just teens, but didn't meet again until they were both adults. There relationship progressed slowly as Dane worked on convincing Bell that he'd left his rodeo lifestyle behind and wanted a real relationship with her. There is a little bit of danger from an old friend of Dane's who is out for revenge that adds a bit of suspense. It fits well with the previous books in the series and it was great seeing Dane's brothers and their wives families growing. I received an ARC via NetGalley for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review, all conclusions are my own.
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    emotional overload

    I absolutely LOVED these two. Dane is a good modern day rake – enjoying himself as he moves fast through life (and women), until he meets that special someone. Once he sees Bell though he’s a new man. He’s already going to have to change his life and his accident just makes it even more real, but the change didn’t feel quite as right until he found a woman to settle down with. He’s going to have to show a lot of patience and understanding though to win this one over … good thing that he’s a strong, upstanding man under all that fast living. Bell had an unusual upbringing to say the least. Her family was ashamed of her and hid her from everyone, so much so that no one knew she lived with her grandmother. Add being beyond brilliant to the mix, enough that she graduated college at an age most kids are graduating high school, and she’s got a lot of catching up to do socially. Meeting gorgeous and socially hyperactive playboy Dane, just makes her feel all the more unsure of herself and has her resisting his advances. Bell’s awkwardness makes Dane have to fight for her but it does ensure that he has plenty of time to make sure that she’s what he wants. The ups and downs that these two experience will help make them have a solid future … as long as they make it out the other side. Because Ryan also throws a little danger into the mix, which just amps things up a bit and keeps you biting your nails (both from terror and emotional overload). With her fantastic writing style, addictive characters and awesome pacing, I found myself speeding through the pages. I kept telling myself I’d just read a little more, which turned into a little more and then a little more, because each time I promised myself I’d quit at the next good stopping point I’d just find myself even more engrossed. If the rest of the Montana Men stories are anything like this then I’m moving them to the top of my TBR pile because this one packed about as much punch as that big ol’ bull that Dane goes round and round with. (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)
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