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Posted September 16, 2013
Jeffery Young has had a bad go with women. He would prefer to n
Jeffery Young has had a bad go with women. He would prefer to not have anything to do with any of them. Heck he is pretty moody with most people other than his son. But when your wife runs off after your wedding and cheats on you I guess anyone would feel that way.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Terri Kennedy is an architect from Bandera, Texas. She is trying to get her business noticed and getting the scoop on the local guest ranch is the way to do it. But dealing with a specific Young is a bit more complicating than she thought it would be.
LOVE THIS SERIES! The Young Cowboys are great! And I was really looking forward to Jeff’s story. I knew he would be a great read. Terri is perfect also. They are a great match for each other. If you like Cowboys then you will LOVE this series!
Posted September 13, 2013
Healing a Cowboy's Heart is one of the best books I read this ye
Healing a Cowboy's Heart is one of the best books I read this year! I give this a EASY FOUR OUT OF FIVE STARS! This story had everything. A sexy, stubborn cowboy. A sassy, spirited woman who doesn't know the meaning of give up and a ranch that any person in the world would be glad to call home. I found Jeffery to be the kind of cowboy who I wished I could meet in the real world. He is a VERY loving father, a kind hearted man with shadows on his heart but who is also capable of extreme goodness and can be very pig headed. Now Terri, she is my kind of gal filled with warmth, sassiness, a feisty mouth when you get her going but who is also is very good with children and is just as stubborn as Jeffery, which in my opinion, made them the perfect match. I enjoyed how steamy the sex scenes were and yet how real the whole thing felt to me. It reminded me of how two people in real life would work through a relationship. We know that their are hardships yet moments of utter bliss and as I was reading this book I got to experience it all and that to me, just made this whole book that much more interesting. I can not say enough good things about this book and hope a couple of you lovely peeps would give Sandy Sullivan's Healing a Cowboy's Heart a whirl. I am just about positive you will LOVE IT!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 11, 2013
**ARC copy received from author in exchange for an honest revie
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You know when you’ve read the first book in a new series and really enjoyed it? Then you get asked to read book #2 and you just can’t see how the author can improve the series? Yeah, well read Make Mine a Cowboy and Healing a Cowboy’s Heart and you’ll see exactly how an author can improve!
I want me some Cowboy loving from Jeff! Jeff is the eldest of the 9 brothers and has had his heart stamped on by his ex-wife and finds it really difficult to let anyone else in. He’s grumpy and grouchy and HOT. I love his character, the strength he shows in shouldering the responsibility of being the eldest brother, and how he is dealing with being a single dad. I love this aspect of the book, single dads are not nearly represented enough.
Terri is also a good character and a great match for Jeff. She’s strong enough to demand what she deserves out of life and doesn’t back down from a challenge. There wasn’t much background given on her but it wasn’t needed and with Jeff we started to learn about his history in book #1.
This is a great addition to the series and I’m looking forward to learning more about the rest of the brothers.