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Give Me a Cowboy: Silent Partner/Luck of the Draw/Texas Tempest/Roping the Wind

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  • Posted January 11, 2012

    a very good romantic read.

    this is 4 short romantic stories that will warm your heart. a glass of wine, a warming fire, and this book is a perfect evening on a snowy winter night.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2009

    interestind

    very good reading for a afternoon

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  • Posted March 30, 2009

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    Only Jodi Thomas can give me a cowboy.

    While I loved Jodi's entry in this book, the others just were BORING. I forced myself to finish the book. Jodi Thomas should stick to solo work. She is just too great at bringing us a great story to be saddled with a less than stellar review of work she had nothing to do with. I recommend anyone read a Jodi Thomas novel. As for this book, rent it from the library and read Jodi's contribution and give it back.

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  • Posted December 28, 2008

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    The follow-up western romance anthology to GIVE ME A TEXAN contains four wonderful novellas

    "Silent Partner" by Jodi Thomas. After time in prison, Rowdy Darnell comes home to Kasota Springs planning to earn some money in the rodeo. However, he needs the fee to be paid to enter so seeks a silent partner as no one would want to publicly bankroll a felon. Laurel Hayes wants nothing to do with the convict she once considered a friend, but their kisses speak otherwise. A charmer <BR/><BR/>"Luck of the Draw" by DeWanna Pace. They reunite at the Kasota Springs rodeo, but Dally Angelo must conquer the bull who killed his father and "Gus" Garrison must reveal a secret to him that she fears will send him running away before they can consider a second chance at love. Heartwarming <BR/><BR/>"Texas Tempest" by Linda Broday. Rancher Tempest LeDoux comes to the Kasota Springs rodeo seeking husband Numero 6. Gunfighter McKenna Smith comes to town only to be wanted by Tempest. Somehow she has out gunned the gunfighter or why else would he participate in a rodeo. Exciting<BR/><BR/>"Roping the Wind" by Phyliss Miranda. Undercover Pinkerton agent Morgan Payne is in Kasota Springs during the rodeo seeking to catch cattle rustlers. However the detective is distracted by kick-butt tomboy Alaine LeDoux who considers him a citified suit and would not suit with her except for those kisses. Adorable<BR/><BR/>The follow-up western romance anthology to GIVE ME A TEXAN (not read by me) contains four wonderful novellas that occur in the summer of 1890 in Kasota Springs. Each tale stars delightful lead characters who provide different perspective to the same event. Sub-genre fans will appreciate this fabulous compilation insisting like the heroines the authors GIVE ME A COWBOY.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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