Cowboy Heaven

Cowboy Heaven

Paperback - 2015
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"When lonely widow Angela McClure hires a gorgeous hitchhiking cowboy with an affair in mind, she knows they'll have to be discreet: her old-fashioned father and the stern ranch foreman adamantly discourage any interaction between her and the ranch hands. Despite their attempts at secrecy, the heat between them is undeniable. To divert suspicion, Angela forms a new plan: she'll flirt with all of the ranch hands. Suddenly Angela has a whole stable full of sexy-as-sin cowboys to play with, but only one can win her heart."--Back cover.
Published: Naperville, IL :, Sourcebooks Casablanca,, [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9781492607458
Branch Call Number: F BRO
Characteristics: 295 pages ;,21 cm


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May 06, 2016

9/6 - Alright, this is not working for me at all. There is absolutely no chemistry between Angela and Troy, or Angela and any of the ranch hands she uses to throw suspicion off the possibility of her having an affair with Troy (one of those aforementioned ranch hands, in case no one realised). Angela's reasoning for flirting with all the ranch hands to throw the suspicion off the idea of a relationship with Troy is so contrived it's laughable. It just seems like a horribly fake way to get the idea of Angela in the middle of a cowboy sandwich into the story. I'm not sure if anything actually happens because I haven't read that far, and likely never will.

Reading this makes me feel dirty, in a bad and disgusting way. This isn't romance, it's written down porn (as opposed to filmed porn) with all the feelings you would normally expect from that kind of movie. To me Angela and Troy act/feel like a pair of well-paid porn stars, not romantically linked characters in a romance, or even an erotica (in most of the eroticas I've read the characters exhibit some level of feeling for each other). DNF at page 60.

Considering the level of failure this book has reached I doubt I'll be making any effort to find any of Brooks' other books.


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