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    Cowboy version of Pride & Prejudice

    This series never gets old or stale. In this edition, we get to meet Ashby Templeton and Dan Dawson. In a previous book, we met Ashby when she arrived in town to set up a wedding dress store with hopes of wearing one of her dresses herself someday. However, little does she know that when she rejected a date from Dan Dawson, she earned a reputation among the cowboys and now no one will ask her out. But, in her mind, Dan is an irresponsible flirt - the type of guy she wants nothing to do with. Dan Dawson loves to gift everyone with a smile. He's learned that it helps others have a better day. So, when he's rejected for a date because of his smile, he's more than determined to figure out why. There are a lot of layers to this story with well developed characters. On the one hand, it's like a cowboy version of Pride & Prejudice. Ashby sees Dan as rude and full-of-himself and Dan sees Ashby as judgmental. On the other hand, this story could be an object lesson for the phrase, "don't judge a book by its cover." Both Dan and Ashby jump to conclusions about the other based on external factors. One thing that I like about this series is the focus on the older generation and how they are available for counsel and mentoring. They may seem out of touch, but they are very perceptive and ready to help when needed. In the end, thanks to the help of the town matchmakers and listening to wise counsel, a HEA was inevitable. Romance - PG, kissing Language - PG / Clean My rating - 5 stars

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