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The Cowboy Next Door (Harlequin American Romance Series #1459)

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  • Posted August 17, 2014

    Marin Thomas did a good job writing The Cowboy Next Door.  Johnn

    Marin Thomas did a good job writing The Cowboy Next Door.  Johnny had to deal with having feelings for Shannon,  a female bull rider and his bosses daughter.  Meanwhile Shannon is overcoming what  could prove to be a career ending injury.

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  • Posted February 16, 2014

    Enjoyable read and a great beginning to the Cash Brothers series

    Enjoyable read and a great beginning to the Cash Brothers series. Oldest brother Johnny has always been the responsible one but maybe now it's his turn to live a little. Recommended read

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  • Posted October 10, 2013

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    I very much enjoyed this book. I love cowboys and I love rodeo c

    I very much enjoyed this book. I love cowboys and I love rodeo cowboys. It was nice to read about a lady bull rider. Johnny and Shannon were good strong characters both surviving growing up after their mothers abandoned them. Johnny and his siblings being raised by their loving grandparents. Shannon and her brothers by their father. Johnny nine years older then Shannon finds himself seeing Shannon in a whole new light. She is no longer his baby sisters childhood friend she's a intriguingly beautiful woman. 
    I LOVED the ending of this book. I suggest having kleenex at hand.

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  • Posted July 14, 2013

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    4.5 big Super stars I recommend this book. 4.5 Star Review -

    4.5 big Super stars

    I recommend this book.

    4.5 Star Review - Cash Brothers series

    Since Johnny Cash’s grandparents have passed he has been looking after his siblings since he is the oldest and took over the father responsibilities. He believes it is his responsibility to save the ranch as he made a promise to his grandfather. He also wants to help his brothers and sister stay on the right path. His mother was always out on the fun looking for her true love always coming home pregnant. Once she had the babies she left them with the grandparents and went back in search of her true love.
    Shannon Douglas was abandoned by her mother when she was a baby. She was raised by her father and brothers. She was always a tomboy as she wanted to fit into the all-male family. Since she was younger she has tried to take after her brothers in everything they achieved she needed to also get. Now she wants the title of Cowgirl of the year by competing in the bull riding events. She thinks if she gets that title it will make up for her mother not loving her.
    Shannon has known Johnny for years as she is best friends with his sister. She has also spent a lot of time with his entire family a one time or another.
    During a rodeo she is injured and breaks a bone in her leg. Now she must work harder in order to heal and still get the title.
    Johnny is working for Shannon’s father as foreman on his ranch and after Shannon breaks down and tells him she has a fear of getting back on the bulls he agrees to help Shannon train.

    Read the book to get answers to the below:
    Will he be able to train Shannon and still get his work done at the Ranch?
    Will Shannon overcome her fear and get the title she desperately wants?


    I can't wait for the next book in the Cash Brothers series. Due out in October 2013 “Twins Under The Christmas Tree” Featuring Conway Cash.

    Some favorite parts from this book:
    “It’s time for you to pull your weight.” They walked back to the cabin.
    “You know what I think?” Conway said. “You guys ride my ass because you’re jealous of me.”
    Johnny chuckled. “Jealous?”
    “You guys wish woman fawned all over you like they do me. I can’t help it if I.mn the best-looking Cash brother.” He got behind the wheel. “Watch yourself with Rodriguez. He’s a ladies’ man. If he wants Shannon, he’ll get her.”
    Over my dead body.

    “Before we say grace, I have an announcement to make.” Dixie shared a smile with Galvin, then held up her water glass.
    “spit it out, Dix, before the food gets cold,” Porter said.
    “Gavin and I are expecting.”
    “Expecting what?” Porter asked.
    Johnny slapped the back of his brother’s head. “A baby, stupid.”
    “You’re pregnant?” Buck asked.
    Dixie leaned down and kissed Gavin then said, “We’re pregnant.”

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  • Posted June 30, 2013

    First in the Series of The Cash Brothers.   Meet Johnny Cash the

    First in the Series of The Cash Brothers.   Meet Johnny Cash the oldest in The Cowboy Next Door.
    After reading this can't wait to see what the other Cash Brothers have in store for us.   
    Marin has delivered another great book.  She is a great storyteller and never disappoints.   

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