Cowboys Don't Quit

Cowboys Don't Quit

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by Anne McAllister
     
 

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Cowboy on the Run . . .

Once upon a time Luke Tanner had it all. Well, almost all. Then a Hollywood stunt gone wrong stole his best friend — and Luke knows it was all his fault. He could have stopped it, should have stopped it.

Jillian Crane doesn’t agree. When she tracks her late fiancé’s best friend to his Colorado

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Cowboy on the Run . . .

Once upon a time Luke Tanner had it all. Well, almost all. Then a Hollywood stunt gone wrong stole his best friend — and Luke knows it was all his fault. He could have stopped it, should have stopped it.

Jillian Crane doesn’t agree. When she tracks her late fiancé’s best friend to his Colorado mountain hideaway, she is determined to make Luke start living again. She doesn’t know she’s the last person on earth Luke wants to see. And she certainly doesn’t anticipate the feelings she develops for Luke … nor realize how deep Luke’s are for her.

But can they get over the past they share? And even if Jill can forgive him, can Luke ever forgive himself?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781944925437
Publisher:
The Tule Publishing Group
Publication date:
04/24/2016
Pages:
240
Sales rank:
734,387
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.55(d)

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Cowboys Don't Quit 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Linda-Henderson 12 days ago
Luke Tanner has been in self-exile ever since Keith Mallory died. Luke met Keith on the set of a movie and before he knew what was happening he was working as Keith's stunt double. After an accident while shooting a movie Luke hides himself away from the spotlight. This story has a lot of great supporting characters that I loved learning about. Luke gets his happily ever after but what he goes through to get there is well worth reading I enjoyed this book very much and highly recommend it.
jboehmke 28 days ago
This was a very emotional story. Luke has a lot of baggage and guilt remaining from the death of his friend Keith. Jill suffered that same loss, as she and Keith were engaged at the time of his death. She is writing a book about Keith's life, and Luke just wants to be left alone. But there is an attraction between Jill and Luke. This was a great story. I could feel the emotions coming off the pages. Luke had so much guilt and anger from Keith's accident. Then the ending of the story - the last couple of chapters - about ripped my heart out. There was a nice ending, and the ending wasn't excessively sappy, it stayed true to the emotional turmoil that they had been through, in the past and more recently.
Anonymous 8 months ago
I enjoyed Luke's story just as much as I enjoyed th first book in the series. Reading about his struggles to overcome his guilt, and accepting the possibilities of a happy life were well written and I loved it. I'm eager to start the next book in the Tanner brothers' lives!
Anonymous 8 months ago
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grandmareads102 9 months ago
Luke hasn't recovered from the death of his best friend, Hollywood movie star, Keith Mallory. He blames himself. After all he was his stunt double. Now he's hiding out at his ranch and living like a hermit, but Jillian Crane finds him. She was Keith's fiancée. Luke doesn't want to see her. He feels guilty that he wanted this woman for himself. Will he ever put the past behind him and find love and happiness? Luke has so much guilt that I didn't think he could ever move one. He was blameless in Keith's death, but Luke is to stubborn to hear the truth. I wanted to give him a head slap and tell him to listen to reason. Jillian tries so hard to reach Luke and make him understand, but he won't. She is way more patient than I would ever be. These two care for each other, but I didn't see how the could ever reconcile the past and have a future together. I felt frustrated. Anne McAllister wrote a very emotional romance that pulled me in and kept me reading. I guess falling for the Tanner men will do that.
grandmareads102 9 months ago
Luke hasn't recovered from the death of his best friend, Hollywood movie star, Keith Mallory. He blames himself. After all he was his stunt double. Now he's hiding out at his ranch and living like a hermit, but Jillian Crane finds him. She was Keith's fiancée. Luke doesn't want to see her. He feels guilty that he wanted this woman for himself. Will he ever put the past behind him and find love and happiness? Luke has so much guilt that I didn't think he could ever move one. He was blameless in Keith's death, but Luke is to stubborn to hear the truth. I wanted to give him a head slap and tell him to listen to reason. Jillian tries so hard to reach Luke and make him understand, but he won't. She is way more patient than I would ever be. These two care for each other, but I didn't see how the could ever reconcile the past and have a future together. I felt frustrated. Anne McAllister wrote a very emotional romance that pulled me in and kept me reading. I guess falling for the Tanner men will do that.
BookSnuggle 10 months ago
"Cowboys Don't Quit" by Anne McAllister is book two in the "Tanner Brothers" series. This is Luke Tanner and Jillian Crane's story. Tanner lost his best friend when a Hollywood stunt went terrible wrong. He has gone into hiding because he feels it was his fault. Jillian tracks down Tanner, who was her late fiance's best friend. She wants to convince him that it wasn't his fault and that he needs to start living again. Jillian is the last person that Tanner wants to see. As they spend time together Jillian is shocked at the feelings that they have for each other. Will Tanner allow the past and his feelings of guilt to prevent them from finding true love? This is a story of two people who suffered a terrible loss and found something that they never thought they would ever find. Another great story by Anne McAllister. I received a copy of this book from Tule publishing for an honest review.
CArcidiacono 11 months ago
A good addition to the series. Though more than a few times did I want to smack Luke upside his head until he finally woke up and figured things out. After losing his best friend Keith who he was a stunt double for, Luke wandered until he found a place to settle down at in CO. The past memories started resurfacing again almost exploding, when Jillian came back into his life. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
CatmomJD More than 1 year ago
It was all his fault. At least Luke Tanner, cowboy/stunt double, thought so. He lost his best friend when he insisted on doing his own stunt which went very wrong. Luke is in hiding and still mourning the loss of Keith and he is back to doing what he knows best, being a cowboy. Luke’s memories are quickly brought back to the surface when Keith’s fiancé Jillian Crane shows up looking for him. She is writing a book and needs Luke’s help. She also wants to help Luke start living again. She knows Luke wasn’t responsible for Keith’s death. Luke was once tempted by Jillian, but swore he would never give into his feelings. Jillian didn’t expect to fall for Luke the way she has. Will they be able to move away from the tragic past and move forward with the attraction they have for each other? Great character development and writing keep this book entertaining. You can tell the writer did a lot of research for her book. I thoroughly enjoyed the story.
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
Luke Tanner is hiding. Hiding from his feelings and total devastation of losing his best friend. Seeing the woman who was the center of his friends world is the last thing he wants. Especially since his feelings for this woman run deeper than they should. They always have. Just one more thing feeding his guilt. He knows in his heart he is the one responsible for Keith's death. Jillian doesn't agree, not anymore anyway. She just needs to convince Luke of that fact! This is a very good story with great characters that draw you in immediately. I would recommend it.