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    Great read

    Second chance romances are truly my favorite and this is a great one. Meg Marvell thought she and Jason Mann had a great thing going. Then he left without a word. Seeing him again after 2 years is a shock but she needs answers and she's determined to get them. The only way he will agree to answer her questions is if she comes back to her cousin's ranch with him. Once there she shocks him by taking a job and pretty much ignoring him. Seeing her everyday is slowly driving him crazy and if he doesn't get her to leave soon he will lose his resolve to protect her by leaving her alone. A great read and one I recommend.
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    The Cowboy Rides Away

    This was a deep book. There is a lot of twists and turns, arguing and some Danger. This starts by showing the two families have a feud going. Meg wants to try to stop it. Jason has had a terrible childhood. He went to juvie and then the Military where he found Cody. Jason worked with Meg two years ago. Then ran without saying anything to anybody. Major Spoiler! Now she works for Zach fixing fences, training goals and helping Jason to break the young horses to the saddle. Now Jason is upset because Brandon is doing something in his cabin with Meg. Major Spoiler! Here is where Meg will find why he ran then and he is about to do it again. You will have to read to the end of the book! Please check to see if this for you! If so, then do not let it get away! Give this story a chance! I volunteered to read and review this book.
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    Another Winner from Jeannie Watt!

    Yes! Another Jeannie Watt book! She is one of my favorite Western romance authors, and I get a little tingle of anticipation whenever I see a new book. While I had a few problems with the hero of The Cowboy Rides Away, I found this an engaging read. Meg Marvell is the middle child, and she has felt stifled her entire life. She has carefully moderated her behavior, so when cowboy Jason Mann shows an interest in her, she’s secretly delighted. They share a fiery courtship, until Jason abruptly dumps her and leaves town. When she sees him in the local watering hole, she tries to avoid him at first. But then, she is determined to confront him and find out why he left her. I really liked Meg. She is struggling to overcome her passive nature, and instead of sitting back and waiting for things to happen, she grabs the bull by the horns. In this case, she takes a summer job at her cousins’ ranch, working side by side with Jason. She is going to get to the bottom of their break-up even if it kills her. In order to move on with her life, she needs closure on his desertion. She also needs to assure herself that she’s not the mousy woman who just sits on the sidelines watching everyone else enjoy life. She is going to break free! Jason I wasn’t too enamored with. His family has issues, and instead of dealing with the drama, he walked out on them, vowing to never return home again. The only problem? They aren’t quite so willing to let him go. When they are short on money, they disrupt Jason’s life, forcing him to pack up and move on, hopefully to somewhere they won’t find him. I just wanted him to say enough is enough and tell them to shove it. Instead, he lets them ruin his relationship with Meg, and when his brother turns up in town, he’s willing to let him ruin it again. Argh! I find Watt’s writing extremely readable, and I love her depiction of ranch life. I liked the secondary characters, and look forward to catching up with the Marvells in the future. Grade: 4 stars
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    Nothing is as it seems ...

    Nothing is as it seems in this tale of star crossed romance and adult angst. What happens when doing the right thing turns out to be all wrong? The Cowboy Rides Away is a story of missed chances and mending fences. The road to forever is littered with obstacles but the reward is the healing of two broken hearts.
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    Loved it!

    The Cowboy Rides Away is the third book in the Marvells of Montana series. Sometimes doing the wrong thing for the right reason is just as bad as doing it for the wrong reason. That is just what Jason was trying to do when he left Meg: protect her. But to Meg, it felt all wrong. Two years later, they run into each other and Meg won't back down until she finds out why he left. This story was amazing, and I highly recommend this book!
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