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Should've Been a Cowboy (Harlequin Blaze Series #618)

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  • Posted July 22, 2011

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    Great contemp. western romance!

    Tyler O'Cannelli is an events coordinator, on her way to the top, for a major cruise line. When she takes a short leave to visit her expecting sister on the family ranch, Last Chance, and sees the hot city-slicker turned sexy cowboy that she had one wild night with, her perfectly planned little world is turned upside down.
    Starting a sensual journey with this cowboy was suppose to be purely sex, but when feelings start to come into play can these two lovers from opposite worlds find a middle ground to build on?

    Should've been a Cowboy is a hot & sexy wild romp in the west. I loved how even though this was the forth book in a series I was able to jump into it with no problems. The setting of Last Chance Ranch was detailed and intriguing; a horse ranch that gives a home to any and all animals in need trying to make it financially after the head cowboy passes away. Throw in sexy cowboys, sassy women and match making mamas and you have one great read!

    I loved the main characters of Tyler and Alex. Each was rich and unique in their own way, strong and full of love. Their relationship was fiery, erotic and oh so hawt! Their romance and the plot moved at a quick but believable pace, making the 220+ book fly by and keeping me glued to every page. The secondary characters were intriguing and I will be picking up past and future books in this series to find out more about them!

    A great read that I would recommend to anyone who likes a good cotemporary romance staring a cast of sexy men in tight fitting jeans, Stetsons and boots! Deserving of this swoon worthy cover!

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  • Posted July 6, 2011

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    Fun, easy read!

    Review by Karen: Should've Been a Cowboy is the fourth book in the Sons of Chance series and focuses on Tyler O'Connelli and Alex Keller. It was at the wedding of Morgan (Tyler's sister) and Gabe Chance (Claimed!, book three in the Sons of Chance series) that Tyler and Alex met and shared a passionate interlude in the hayloft, each knowing it couldn't be anything more.

    Ten months later, Tyler decides to pay a surprise visit to her sister because Morgan is pregnant. Tyler knew she wouldn't be able to be there when the baby was born because she's set to go on a world cruise as the Activities Director.

    After leaving his job as a DJ in Chicago, Alex has become the Marketing Director for the Last Chance Ranch. He's planning an Open House to promote the ranch's horses, but has run into a couple of last minute problems and needs help to pull it off.

    Even though Tyler and Alex acknowledge there is a strong emotional connection and sexual attraction between them, they both think they can overlook that pull and work together to resolve the problems that have developed with the Open House. But can they? Will they succumb to the need for a physical relationship? Can there be more, something lasting? Will they, once again, say goodbye to each other?

    For me, this was a typical romance story with lots of angst and obstacles to overcome and just a few things that didn't make sense (but if I told, it would be a spoiler!). If you liked the other books in Vicki Lewis Thompson's Sons of Chance series, you will enjoy this latest addition; I did. A fun, easy read. I do think the story is more interesting than the back cover blurb indicates.

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