Drew

Drew

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by Leigh Greenwood
     
 

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Drew Townsend wants to buy a ranch close to Jake and Isabelle. In order to earn the money to pay for it, she goes to work for Earl Odom's Wild West Show as the sharpshooter.

Cole Benton, an undercover agent for the United States government, has been given the job of arresting the leader of a gang that has been robbing banks all over the Midwest. He has just…  See more details below

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Drew Townsend wants to buy a ranch close to Jake and Isabelle. In order to earn the money to pay for it, she goes to work for Earl Odom's Wild West Show as the sharpshooter.

Cole Benton, an undercover agent for the United States government, has been given the job of arresting the leader of a gang that has been robbing banks all over the Midwest. He has just three solid clues. The leader is a woman, she's a top-notch marksman, and the robberies always take place in the vicinity of the Wild West Show's performances. His top suspect is Drew Townsend. Pretending to be an amiable drifter, Cole gets a job in the Wild West Show.

Drew does everything she can to keep Cole out of her act . . . and out of her heart. But Cole's smile and unwavering attention batter down Drew's defenses. Drew is hurt and furious when she discovers Cole is trying to collect evidence to prove she's a thief. She leaves the Wild West Show determined never to see him again. Despite accumulating circumstantial evidence, Cole believes Drew is innocent. He convinces her that rejoining the show is the only way to capture the real thieves. He intends to capture her heart as well.


Reviews of Drew ...

Love and spirit are the forces that come to the aid of the heroine and give her the grit that makes her unforgettable. The hero is my kind of man – strong, handsome, and purely masculine from head to toe. Sexual tension and endless conflict make for a fast-paced adventure readers will long remember." - MT, Rendezvous

"In The Cowboys: DREW, Leigh Greenwood takes readers on a wonderful journey to the traveling Wild West Shows of the late 1800s. Traditionally, most "cowboy romances" set in this era have western locales, but Drew's story takes place primarily in the Midwest, a change that adds to the colorful background of this book. Leigh Greenwood has created a romance between Cole and Drew that is not a sexually smoldering, tension-filled affair; rather, their relationship builds to a satisfying conclusion based on a deep abiding love and understanding." - Olivia Holton, Bookbug on the Web

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013317017
Publisher:
Ten Talents Press
Publication date:
10/21/2011
Series:
The Cowboys , #7
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
275,020
File size:
433 KB

Meet the Author

Leigh Greenwood is the award-winning author of over fifty books, many of which have appeared on the USA Today bestseller list. Leigh lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. Please visit his website at http://www.leigh-greenwood.com/

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Drew (Cowboys Series #7) 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just would like to let all of you know a few things. First of all, Leigh Greenwood is not a female...he is a man. Second, for a man to write such exceptional romance novels as Mr. Greenwood has done in the Cowboy and Seven Brides series is very noteworthy. I don't know many men who are able to give such accurate details and knowledge of women's emotions. He is an exceptional married writer with children of his own. In this day and age, finding a writer of his caliber is a unique experience. He made Drew come alive and become a true heroine just as he did in the Seven Brides series with Rose, Fern, Iris , Daisy, Lily, Violet and Laurel. I loved this book...keep up the good work!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was a disapointment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the best of series
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good reading but not as interesting as some of Leight Greenwood books.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I haven't been disappointed in one of Ms. Greenwood's books yet. Drew was the continuation of a wonderful series. I just bought Luke and look forward to reading it. I happened to read the review in the front of Luke that was written for Drew. The review, by Rendezvous, says 'Drew is my kind of man-strong, handsome and purely masculine from head to toe.' Did the person who wrote that or publish that actually read any of the stories? How disappointing that a review couldn't even get her gender correct.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I WAS A LITTLE DISAPPOINTED IN THIS STORY. I GUESS I EXPECTED MORE, BECAUSE DREW WAS THE ONLY GIRL.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I ENJOYED READING DREW.I JUST WISHED SHE WOULD HAVE ADDED MORE OF THE FAMILY INSTEAD OF ZEKE AND HAWK.I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO READING MORE BOOKS FROM THE COWBOYS SERIES.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just completed reading DREW and frankly, I am disappointed. Having read each of the BRIDES books and the COWBOY books, maybe my expectations were too high. I thoroughly enjoyed each one of them! I feel Ms. Greenwood could have presented her story in one third of the number of pages.Therefore she too often repeated phrases, information, etc. The main female character was not believable enough. I will continue to be a fan of Ms Greenwood and look forward to her next novel!