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A Cowboy to Marry

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  • Posted September 9, 2011

    Another Thacker Winner

    Every time you pick up a book by Thacker you know you are going to settle in for a great read. The McCabe tribe is growing, and growing up and if you liked the first generation you will love the second. Holden and Libby are best friends and their each others soul mates, they just don't know it. Both are holding guilt over the death of Libby's husband and Holden's best friend on top of other baggage that comes from living in their small town. All of the characters are witty and memorable, you won't be able to put this one down and then you will go looking for more great McCabe stories, I hope there are more to come soon!

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  • Posted September 9, 2011

    romance rebound

    Libby Lowell has decided to sell her husband family business and leave town. She is afraid if she stays here she will never have a family of her own someday. Also do something else besides sell farm equipment.
    Holden was with Libby's husband on a white water rafting trip when he died. Holden promised to take care of Libby. At the time of the trip they went to help Holden get over his divorce and loss of the baby.
    So neither one had been on the dating scene for awhile. So they decided to be each others rebound dates and get through the holidays as each other's date.
    Of course its starts out a lot different before they start dating and having feelings for each other. Right of way there is someone wanting to buy the dealership. Community Library is closed town for a year or so unless they can figure away to get the repairs needed sooner.
    I enjoyed it probably more because I did not enjoy last book I read today as much. this was a quick read started and did not stop till I had finshed. I was given this ebook in exchange for honest review.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2011

    Couldn't put it down!

    Very emotional story. I loved it.

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