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    Good but too rushed

    Not enough real time to build the connection between the two main characters. This was my major issue the timelimes just didn't work with the plot.
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    Stone Cold Cowboy

    The plot, romance, details; as alway nice to catch up with previous characters and Jennifer Ryan nailed it, i can wait for the next book.
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    Gripping

    This story had me from the start, gripping, intense, I could picture everything the author was telling me. I have read every book in this series.. A must read. Can't wait for the next one.
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    Stone Cold Cowboy

    Poorly written, written in first person which I do not like. I think it would be improved by being from Freds point of view. First in a series but I won't be following it.
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    Great story

    STONE COLD COWBOY starts out with a punch of raw intensity and pretty much delivers more of the same throughout the book. Even with the powerful and unsettling opening chapter, Ms. Ryan still manages to balance out the danger with a sweet and exhilarating romance all the way to the end of the book. Sadie Higgins has spent her whole life trying to take care of her family after her mother's death and no matter how much she does, she's barely keeping her head above water. Between the mounting bills, the upkeep of the ranch, her brother's slide into drug addiction and the cost of his criminal activities, Sadie is pretty much tapped out. The last straw comes when her brother abandons her after she's attacked and left to die by one of his cohorts, but it's also the start of something beautiful in her life and it's now her turn to be pampered and taken care of. Rory Kendrick is on the hunt for cattle rustlers who have been stealing from him but the hunt takes a backseat to protecting Sadie. He's always been interested in her and now he has the perfect chance to keep her safe and happy, no matter the cost. Honestly? I think Sadie was too optimistic about the chances of her brother's rehabilitation and should have cut him loose long before things got that far, but I can't fault her for hoping day after day that the sweet boy she grew up with would find his way back. I loved the Kendrick boys and their grandfather, their fun and delightful relationship, their playful banter and how they opened up their hearts and home to Sadie, as well as supported her in her decision to protect her brother even though he was undeserving of it. STONE COLD COWBOY is a really great story with characters that are easy to relate to and is filled with action, danger, loss and emotion; at times uncomfortable and frustrating, but also carries a powerful message of hope and unconditional love. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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