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Most Helpful Favorable Review

8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

A hero that makes a woman reach for her dreams of tomorrow

Historical Romance - Americana Setting: Texas, 1870 This is the third book in Ms. Heath's Rogues of Texas trilogy. Christain (Kit) Montgomery is the second son of a English Earl sent to Texas with two other second sons because of his scandalous ways. Having l...
Historical Romance - Americana Setting: Texas, 1870 This is the third book in Ms. Heath's Rogues of Texas trilogy. Christain (Kit) Montgomery is the second son of a English Earl sent to Texas with two other second sons because of his scandalous ways. Having loved his twin brother's beloved wife and held her as she died, Kit isn't looking for love again. Until his friend David Robertson asks him to marry his dying sister, Ashton, thus granting her dying wish to have a wedding day but not a wedding night, then return to Dallas to die come winter. Ashton has always been a sickly child and is now a woman dying of consumption. Coming to Fortune, Texas with her brother to see a little more of Texas before she dies, she has no idea her brother has read her private journal where the year before she wrote of her love for Kit Montgomery. Standing of the porch of the boarding house watching the sunrise, Ashton meets Kit again. Unaware that her brother has spoken to Kit of the marriage, he tells her he is sorry he can't grant her wish. Ashton is mortified but straightens to apology to Kit for her brother putting him in an such awkward position. After spending a wonderful day with Ashton, Kit does decide to grant her wish. He arranges the wedding for the next evening. But when it comes time after the vows and dancing to leave his wife he can't. He lays with her sleeping in his arms making plans for a wedding trip to Galveston. Now comes a healing of hearts and mending the of a soul. Ashton and Kit walk the beaches, tell each other their dreams, nightmares, and childhood adventures. What most would think would be a heartbreaker is really a heart warmer. NEVER MARRY A COWBOY is the story of two people that have lost their dreams and hopes for the future, discovering that there can be a tomorrow if they allow each other to heal their wounded souls. Kit is a wonderful English southern gentleman who would make any woman want to reach for her dreams of tomorrow. Together Ashton and Kit make readers wish Heath could have found a fourth second son to send to Texas. Debbie Gilbert

posted by Anonymous on March 8, 2001

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

ONLY OK!

Book was ok, it was written well. A good romance but I just Can't get into all that dying. I mean maybe she will live, but Maybe not? Who knows? I prefer the fairytale to end better.

posted by 6241967 on June 3, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 8, 2001

    A hero that makes a woman reach for her dreams of tomorrow

    Historical Romance - Americana Setting: Texas, 1870 This is the third book in Ms. Heath's Rogues of Texas trilogy. Christain (Kit) Montgomery is the second son of a English Earl sent to Texas with two other second sons because of his scandalous ways. Having loved his twin brother's beloved wife and held her as she died, Kit isn't looking for love again. Until his friend David Robertson asks him to marry his dying sister, Ashton, thus granting her dying wish to have a wedding day but not a wedding night, then return to Dallas to die come winter. Ashton has always been a sickly child and is now a woman dying of consumption. Coming to Fortune, Texas with her brother to see a little more of Texas before she dies, she has no idea her brother has read her private journal where the year before she wrote of her love for Kit Montgomery. Standing of the porch of the boarding house watching the sunrise, Ashton meets Kit again. Unaware that her brother has spoken to Kit of the marriage, he tells her he is sorry he can't grant her wish. Ashton is mortified but straightens to apology to Kit for her brother putting him in an such awkward position. After spending a wonderful day with Ashton, Kit does decide to grant her wish. He arranges the wedding for the next evening. But when it comes time after the vows and dancing to leave his wife he can't. He lays with her sleeping in his arms making plans for a wedding trip to Galveston. Now comes a healing of hearts and mending the of a soul. Ashton and Kit walk the beaches, tell each other their dreams, nightmares, and childhood adventures. What most would think would be a heartbreaker is really a heart warmer. NEVER MARRY A COWBOY is the story of two people that have lost their dreams and hopes for the future, discovering that there can be a tomorrow if they allow each other to heal their wounded souls. Kit is a wonderful English southern gentleman who would make any woman want to reach for her dreams of tomorrow. Together Ashton and Kit make readers wish Heath could have found a fourth second son to send to Texas. Debbie Gilbert

    8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Excellent western romance

    In 1865 England, Lord Ravenleigh, Christopher ¿Kit¿ Montgomery, watches his young wife Clarisse die with her only regret having left him without an heir. Kit no longer cares about living and especially hates his time with the Ton. He travels to Fortune, Texas in order to escape his past. <P>In 1870, David Robertson tests the boundaries of Kit¿s friendship with a proposal. He wants Kit to marry his dying sister Ashton so she can have a beautiful wedding and the fond memory of man to cherish before she dies. He chooses Kit because his aristocratic English background allows room for marriages without love. However, the pain of Clarisse still lives inside Kit¿s gut. To his own surprise, he decides to do a far nobler thing than he ever did before and agrees to marry Ashton. As she helps him with closing the pain on his grief that he shared with no one, they fall in love. However, will he adapt to the fact that his beloved may never grow old with him or will he flee from a new set of demons? <P>NEVER MARRY A COWBOY is an exciting western romance that will enthrall fans of historical tales with its deep-rooted characters and powerfully descriptions of time and place. The story line is filled with action and angst as Kit adapts to going through what appears to be hell for a second time. Ashton is a warm heroine who readers will feel empathy towards and hope for the best. Sub-genre fans are most fortunate that Lorraine Heath continues to provide top-notch entertainment. <p>Harriet Klausner

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2006

    love it

    The book is full of romance, and is lovely I loved and couldnt put it down

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2002

    Wonderful Novel! One of Lorraine Heath's best!

    NEVER MARRY A COWBOY is a wonderful story. Christian 'Kit' Montgomery came to Texas after the Civil War looking for fortune. The second son of an English earl, he fell in love with his brother's wife, who died in his arms. He vowed never to love again, never knowing that fate had a slightly different plan... A sickly child, and dying from consumption as a woman, Ashton Robertson had heard larger-than-life stories of Kit for many years before she met him. Four years after that fateful day, her brother wants to grant her the only wish he can: to be a bride. Asking Kit to marry his sister seems a viable option. Kit, after all, is English, and therefore understands loveless marriages. But it is not his friendship for Ashton's brother that brings about his decision: it is the simple fact that he wishes to bring joy to Ashton's small world. But Kit soon realizes that he is only stepping deeper into a hell of his own creation after vowing not to get Ashton with child, and then taking her on a wedding trip to Galveston, where they stay for many weeks in a very secluded cottage... (I would like to point out that the hero is Christian 'Kit' Montgomery, the second son -- NOT Christopher Montgomery, who is the first son.)

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2013

    ONLY OK!

    Book was ok, it was written well. A good romance but I just
    Can't get into all that dying. I mean maybe she will live, but
    Maybe not? Who knows? I prefer the fairytale to end better.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 23, 2013

    Recommended! If you enjoy a talented author who never fails to

    Recommended! If you enjoy a talented author who never fails to develop her characters fully you will enjoy this novel. It is a touching story of growing love that keeps you interested to the very end.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2013

    Great Regency Love Story inTX

    Didn't want it to end. Should have been a different title. Kit was not a cowboy!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2013

    Wow highly recommend

    This was a mind blowing soul searching book with romance glad i read it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2013

    Enjoyed it overall

    Had a hard time at first getting into it but once i started i couldnt put it down. Loved the suspense & twists & turns. And i definitely fell in love with the characters!! Overall was a different read for me & I was very pleased that i stuck with it till the end.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2013

    Refreshing!

    If you enjoy historic romance involving compassion, sacrifice, and allowing someone to share your deepest vulnerabilities, this is the book for you!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2013

    good read

    Very entertaining

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2013

    Never Marry a Cowboy

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It's a wonderful romance and a page turner to boot.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2013

    Kass

    I feelblike crying.....should i wait for him?

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2013

    Katy

    He said you laugh at all his stupid jokes and were always there for him. He loved your name and had the prettiest hair. He said you were smart and knew when to shut him up and he said everyday that he loved you more than any one else is the world. You were lucky. :)

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  • Posted May 13, 2012

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    How could you not like a man who tries to bring joy to a dying women? I am not a big fan of the English aristocracy I wanna be a cowboy school. It always seems to far fetched to me. But if its your thing add a star. Highly recommended

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