Series: Texas Kings, #2
Published by St. Martin's Paperbacks on December 29th 2015
Also in this series: The Devil Wears Spurs
Also by this author: The Devil Wears Spurs
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The King brothers are three of the wealthiest, most hard-riding heartbreakers in the great state of Texas. And it takes a rare breed of woman to lasso one of their hearts...
NEVER SAY NEVER
As a veterinarian and single mother, Hope Walker knows how to handle most emergencies, inside and out. But when she shows up at the sprawling cattle ranch belonging to Chase King. Hope finds herself in a state of panic: How could Chase be even hotter after all these years? And why does Hope feel more attracted to him than ever?
WHEN IT COMES TO LOVE
Chase can't believe that Hope - the gorgeous, brilliant woman who disappeared after one blazing night of passion - has walked back into his life. After all this time he still thinks of her as the one who got away . . . and he's not about to lose her now. But is Hope ready to get back in the saddle and ride into the sunset with the cowboy of her dreams? Or will a long-buried secret rise to the surface - and tear the two reunited lovers apart?
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Cowboy Take Me Away was a quick read with a good story. I did have a little trouble getting into it, but as it continued, the writing was well done and the characters were mostly likable. I enjoyed watching Hope and Chase reconnect after their college days. Getting some of their history as their present romance progressed helped to solidify their connection. Hope is hiding secrets and the push-pull between her and Chase was exciting. I enjoyed the steamy scenes and I loved the banter and dialogue between these two.
The real issue I had with this story was I didn’t completely connect with Hope’s character. She portrayed herself as this strong woman but as the story unfolded, I grew disappointed with her. I just wanted her to speak up and be that confident heroine I love in these kinds of books.
Chase was so adorable and really kind of awesome. I loved getting to know him and all his little charms.
All in all, this was a great read to get drawn into from a new author I’m sure I’ll grab another book from.
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