ARC Review – The Trouble with Texas Cowboys (Burnt Boot, Texas #2) by Carolyn Brown

There is no doubt that you can feel the heat growing between Jill and Sawyer. Their story is quite a journey due to the feud between the Brennans and Gallaghers, and also a little meddling from her aunt and lady friends. There is a host of secondary characters that add to the story, and you can’t forget the music that is played at the bar to set a tone as well. I happen to love Carolyn Brown’s writing and look forward to each and every one of her cowboy stories. No one does it quite like her which definitely makes her truly one of a kind. ~ Amanda, Guilty Pleasures

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When Sawyer O’Donnell takes a ranch job on a whim, he lands smack dab in the middle of a Texas-sized feud! The Gallaghers and the Brennans are at each other’s throats to woo the red-headed spitfire, Jill Cleary, and stake a claim for the Fiddle Creek Ranch.

Jill makes Sawyer’s blood boil. They argue, they banter, but Sawyer soon goes from being driven crazy to crazy in love. Damned if he knows how that happened. But now that it has, how does he compete with two men that can give this cowgirl a lifestyle beyond her wildest dreams?

 

 

 

 

Review copy provided for an honest review

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Carolyn Brown continues her Burnt Boot series with her second story and it just keeps on getting better with more antics and feuding from this small town. It starts off with a bang when Jill Cleary returns to her family’s ranch and finds herself sharing the bunkhouse with the new foreman Sawyer O’Donnell. Before she even unpacks she finds herself being courted by two men, Tyrell Gallagher and Quaid Brennan, who want nothing better than to claim her and her ranch, for their own. Now she has two dates and lands herself right in the middle of their family feud. Jill is in constant motion between her job on the ranch, the store, the bar, and the bickering over her. However, Jill is a bit gun shy when it comes to her attraction for the new foreman Sawyer.

With every Carolyn Brown novel the reader is pretty much guaranteed a good time, with sassy characters and a bit of an adventure. Her characters don’t back down from facing trouble and that is what happens for both Sawyer and Jill. They may not have gotten off on the right foot but they learned that they needed to have each other’s back in order to stay out of the feud. With that said they spent a lot of time together and getting to know one another. With both Quaid and Tyrell vying for her attention, Sawyer is the one who really listens to her and tries to understand Jill for the woman she is. Once they state the reason for both of them coming to Fiddle Creek ranch to start anew, they both take time to reflect how things proceed from there. It was the little things that he did that captured her heart and made for such a tender, loving story.

There is no doubt that you can feel the heat growing between Jill and Sawyer. Their story is quite a journey due to the feud between the Brennans and Gallaghers, and also a little meddling from her aunt and lady friends. There is a host of secondary characters that add to the story, and you can’t forget the music that is played at the bar to set a tone as well. I happen to love Carolyn Brown’s writing and look forward to each and every one of her cowboy stories. No one does it quite like her which definitely makes her truly one of a kind.

5silver-stars

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2 thoughts on “ARC Review – The Trouble with Texas Cowboys (Burnt Boot, Texas #2) by Carolyn Brown

  1. Carolyn Brown is one of my fav writers.. This book is already on my Kindle ready to read.

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