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Going Cowboy Crazy (Deep in the Heart of Texas Series #1)

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20 out of 32 people found this review helpful.

Can a West Texas cowboy love a woman as much as he does football?

Faith Aldridge went to Bramble, TX looking for her twin sister never expecting to find an entire town of crazy people who refused to believe she was not her twin Hope. Faith does allot of talking but no one will listen as she tries to explain that she is the twin her b...
Faith Aldridge went to Bramble, TX looking for her twin sister never expecting to find an entire town of crazy people who refused to believe she was not her twin Hope. Faith does allot of talking but no one will listen as she tries to explain that she is the twin her birth parents gave up for adoption not Hope the Hollywood star. Then the unbelievable happens and her sister's old boyfriend steps in and takes over and Faith is swept away in the tornado that is Slate Calhoun.

Slate is the hometown high school football coach and all around favorite son of this small town and his relationship with Hope was always complicated but never intimate. Once Slate puts his lips to Faith and realizes who she is or is not it doesn't matter the fire between them explodes and the flames cannot be put out with just one kiss or even one very long night. Faith feels after she meets her birth parents that she is taking something away from her sister while at the same time wishing she had just a part of what Hope had walked away from. Faith had loving parents but not the feeling of family and roots that seem to be part of the town of Bramble.

Between the secrets, the lies and the birth parents she never thought to meet Faith is trying hard to take it all in without driving away, which she might do if she could get the town to return her car. It seems everyone is plotting against her and at the same time working toward her and Slate being a couple. In addition, when they find out Faith is not Hope what will happen to the town that loves her now?

From the first page of this book, you are drawn in, fascinated by the eclectic characters, and well told story of life in West Texas. Faith is a fish out of water in this town but as the story, progresses you realize she and Slate both are not what they appear to be, they are so much more. They have depth and drive that needs to be let loose and once it is the pages really heat up.

posted by The_Reading_Reviewer on May 4, 2011

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11 out of 35 people found this review helpful.

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Of course harriet klausner had ti ruin another book with her excessive book report. Its bad enough most of the reviews are plot spoilers, but klausner leads the way. Come on bn,do something already. This poster leads the way with her excessive posts that ruins the books...
Of course harriet klausner had ti ruin another book with her excessive book report. Its bad enough most of the reviews are plot spoilers, but klausner leads the way. Come on bn,do something already. This poster leads the way with her excessive posts that ruins the books, allowing other posters to feel they can do it to and get away with it. Ban her already, delete her posts, do something to her!!!!!

posted by 8888649 on July 17, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2013

    Huh?

    Finally, we get a new book (!) but what is up with the "cowboy" theme for the Spotlight? After half a year of having to look at Cowboy Trouble I was hoping for something completely different...No?

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2013

    It is funny, but the story line is less than a story line.

    The story line is less than exciting. Usually I can read a book in a couple of setting, but this one does not capture my interest I guess.

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  • Posted July 22, 2013

    Didn't like it. Found it to be boring & predictable. After

    Didn't like it. Found it to be boring & predictable. After plowing through the first 100 pages, I just gave up & deleted it. Will not be buying anything else by this author.

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