Thursday, April 24, 2014

Review: The Texas Cowboy by Katheryn Lane

Kindle Edition, 101 pages
Published December 4th 2013 

Everything’s bigger in Texas, including the problems.

When Vicky flies into Texas, she immediately falls for the charms of local cowboy, Jack Cassidy. However, her wealthy Dallas cousin, Laura, has other ideas and will do everything she can to steer Vicky away from Jack and into the arms of a rich oilman.

Jack is resigned to living the life of a lonely cowboy whose only female company is his horses—that is, until he meets Vicky. However, Vicky isn’t the only person with a claim on his heart. Jack wasn’t always alone and his ex is about to make a dramatic comeback.

Every cowboy has a past and this cowboy’s past is about to destroy his future.

The Texas Cowboy is a short romance between a British lady named Vicky and a Texas cowboy named Jack. Vicky is visiting her long lost cousin Laura in Texas for a few weeks. Laura is very uptight. She is on a mission to find Victoria a rich husband so she can stay in Texas. Jack is a ranch owner but he doesn’t advertise it. When he comes across the British beauty he is immediately entranced. What will happen when things between Vicky and Jack go deeper than friendship? What will happen when Jack’s past slams into his present?

This was easy read for me. It felt a little rushed for my taste. I felt that the author left so many questions unanswered. There was very little romance and zero steam. I found some grammar issues but nothing that took away from the story. I give kudos to the author but this one didn’t really work for me. 

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