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  • Posted September 18, 2011

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    This is a strong end to the Lost Sons western romance

    In 1895 Texas, Trey March rides to the JDB Ranch to confront owner Jared Barton. He believes Barton had his men led by viscous Ned Durant leave him for dead because the upstart went after his daughter Daisy. However, he is shocked to learn Daisy is not married and that Barton is dead. Trey shows Daisy where her dad kept his ledger supporting his claim of a debt due. Daisy asks Trey to become foreman at her other ranch Circle 46 where he said there is water. She is upset with herself for still wanting him though he deserted her.

    Trey leads a cattle drive to the Circle 46. Daisy tells Trey she has memories of the orphan train and a boy who held her. Trey mentions his foster brother Dade Logan had a little sister Daisy who was taken from him. He sends a letter to their friend Reed to give to Dade. Someone deliberately burns down the JDB. Trey and Daisy visit the JDB to see the damage. He proposes but cannot say he loves her; she refuses though they make love. Their trek back to the Circle 46 proves harrowing as Ned surfaces while Trey becomes increasingly confused with how he feels.

    This is a strong end to the Lost Sons western romance (see A Cowboy Christmas and In a Cowboy's Arms). The lead couple anchors the prime plot while they and the support cast insure the major threads from the previous entries are tied up. Readers will enjoy this warm second chance at love if Trey follows his heart.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted August 21, 2011

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    True love can survive against all odds!

    Review by Desere:

    Trey March is your typical average cowboy (ranch worker) he keeps to himself and stays out of trouble and never lies. That is until he ends up in the arms of the young and beautiful Daisy Barton,the boss's daughter ! The more time they spend in each others arms the more Daisy falls in love ,but Trey is too on edge about his own mixed up life to even begin to think of such talk. Daisy however believes that Trey will come around and they will eventually get married. But then suddenly Trey is gone without so much as a goodbye note.

    Daisy is torn,alone,heartbroken and expecting ! Fast forward a few months and you find Daisy now running the ranch and debts of her deceased father. Add Trey suddenly showing up at her doorstep demanding payment owed to him by her father and you get a volatile mix of emotions welling up. Trey is also telling Daisy he never left but was kidnapped and left for dead by her father. Of course Daisy is outraged by this accusation but after some consideration ,a conversation underlined with hatred,heartache and "secret love" Daisy and Trey strike a deal.

    Trey will help Daisy get her cattle across to her fathers other ranch before they die of thirst,in exchange he only asks what is owed to him nothing more and nothing less. Now as simple and easy as that sounds Daisy and Trey's journey is filled with untold secrets and dangers around every corner.

    For you see Trey and Daisy's life are in danger at the hands of more than one hidden evil source . The evil ex foreman and good old fashioned outlaws of the Wild West allowes for gripping intense moments through out the book. And not to mention the fact that there is Daisy's ex-fiance who desperately wants her back but could at the same time be one of those wanting Daisy dead, and Daisy having memory loss does not help much either.

    Trey having his own secrets and trying to come to terms with his past makes sure Daisy understands that he is not a beat about the bush kind of guy and will not tell her the words she so desperately craves to hear,but he is still insisting they marry. Daisy in turn makes sure Trey understands that she will not marry him simply because she needs protection ,nor can she seems to keep the notion of him wanting to marry her for her land out of her head !

    But the real question is can Trey face his past and can Daisy overcome her fears and reveal her secret? Trey and Daisy's journey takes you on a wild west adventure like no other written by the super talented Janette Kenny.

    Janette Kenny has one of the most powerful and riveting styles of writing that I have seen in a long time. In Cowboy Come Home Janette weaves a tale of passion,intrigue and good old fashioned Texas romance. Each and every page takes you closer to a world filled with secrets just waiting to be brought to light,and when they do you will not be disappointed but simply more intrigued! Trey and Daisy's story will have you hanging onto the edge of your seat and wanting more.

    It is a tale that clearly proves true love can survive against all odds and when meant to be together ,the one you love will bring you home.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 13, 2012

    Cowboy C'mon Down!

    It’s been a long time since I’ve been so engrossed in a romance novel that I didn’t want to put it down! Kenny has done just that for me with Cowboy Come Home! I fell in love with Trey and Daisy from the beginning of the book. The story took me on a roller coaster ride of ups and downs, but ended on such a lovely note that I was pleasantly pleased.

    Trey March falls head over heels in love with Daisy, yet his past does not allow him to feel or recognize love. He’s a stubborn cowboy who feels he cannot give Daisy what she deserves. . . but doesn’t realize Daisy is just as head strong as he is.

    The minute Daisy puts eyes upon Trey she knows she’s a goner. . . However, she is willed to run the ranch her Daddy left her, with or without Trey’s help. She does not expect the trouble she gets into along the way, but being the strong willed woman she is, she perseveres and in the end turns the ranch around, but also her love life.

    Sit back, relax and let Janette Kenny take you for a ride on a historic romance train! Once you finish this novel you’ll be clamoring for more!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted July 16, 2012

    Tori

    Nvm lol

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 16, 2012

    Kenny

    Go to tori result 10

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