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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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