Daisy Dukes 'n Cowboy Boots

Daisy Dukes 'n Cowboy Boots

by Zari Reede


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When big-city lawyer, Nolan Anderson, rolls into her small West Texas town, Ferina Kincaid goes into a tailspin of worry over losing her family’s ranch. She knows he’s been hired by town banker and long-time Kincaid nemesis, Lance Morrison, to bring havoc to her world. Morrison owns the land adjacent to Ferina’s property and will stop at nothing to take what is rightfully hers, even if it means digging up the past and hurting innocent bystanders. Dishonest cowhands are cheap in Brewster County, and the banker has enough men and cash to outlast and ruin her with his dirty tricks and vandalism. Hiring Nolan is just the latest of Morrison’s devious shenanigans, which have turned Kincaid Ranch upside-down, and—with more than just her land at stake—Ferina fears she’s no match for this too-handsome, smooth-talking lawyer.

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ISBN-13: 9781626946194
Publisher: Black Opal Books
Publication date: 02/25/2017
Pages: 312
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.65(d)

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Daisy Dukes 'n Cowboy Boots 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
AuthorBeth More than 1 year ago
Feuding land owners, quirky characters, and a fiery main character create a fun, lighthearted, romantic saga found in Daisy Dukes ‘n Cowboy Boots. Ferina Kincaid tries to hold onto her land and manage the family ranch she inherited. That is, until a handsome, sexy attorney arrives in the small Texas town to represent the greedy, grabby other side. I enjoyed the wide array of characters—especially sweet, lovable Dwight, despicable Lenny, sassy Ferina, and even rich-girl Mallory. Co-authors Zari Reede nailed the small-town country dialogue. Heck, I’m close to Arkansas and didn’t know what many of the southern sayings meant. I enjoyed the plot twists and cracked up about the only diner in town, the Dixie Diner, serving really bad food. If I had to describe this novel using one sentence it would be: Andy Griffith meets Hee-Haw with a big splash of steamy sex, cocktails, and memorable characters.
JacquelineSeewald More than 1 year ago
A lot of talented writers live in Texas and the writing team known as Zari Reede is no exception. Daisy Dukes ‘n Cowboy Boots is a charming and entertaining chick lit/romance novel that I can recommend to anyone who would like to have an enjoyable reading experience. Ferina Kincaid is a land rich cash poor rancher in West Texas. She is hard-working and has a generous heart, a character that readers sympathize with and care about. Although a veterinarian by profession, she has put her heart and soul into keeping the family ranch going. Lance Morrison, local banker and neighbor, wants her land and will anything to get it. This seems to stem back from a rivalry he had with Ferina’s father, Lloyd Kincaid. The feud also involved Ferina’s mother. Enter Nolan Anderson, big city attorney, who has been hired by Morrison. Ferina and Nolan are attracted to each other but appear to be on opposite sides. The plot becomes complex with a number of twists and turns, some of them quite surprising. There are also numerous interesting secondary characters: Nolan’s sister Nadia, Ferina’s friend Dwight White, Ferina’s distant brother Frank, as well as a number of bad people willing to do Morrison’s dirty work. This is an engrossing book that you won’t want to put down until you’ve read it through to the very end. And it will leave you well satisfied.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story was a real treat to read. It followed several characters in a small town, all of whom had their own unique personality. Each one of them brought something different to the story. Often when a book has so many characters, I lose track of them. But not with this book! I loved the plot twists and the mishaps. Oh - the mishaps! It was like watching a movie where nothing could go right sometimes. But the characters always landed on their feet, and I found myself routing for them. Even some of those I didn't like in the beginning, I started to relate to in the end. Another thing that was impressive was how this book made me feel like I was in Texas. The dialogue had that southern Texas drawl to it in places, reminding me of the setting. I like traveling to places in my mind when I've never been there in real life, but only when the author does a good enough job to build the setting in my head. This one definitely did that. For anyone who enjoys romance with sass and drama with a little comedy mixed in, this is a great book from a new author!
LauraLaura More than 1 year ago
Page turning romance with multiple characters that sends you on a West Texas goose chase to find out who wins the land grab and the guy. Just the book to lighten your mood and keep you guessing what comes next.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lighthearted and fun. With lashings of romance, a whisper of scandal and a dash of mystery, this book is sure to please. Zari Reede spins a delightful tale that hooks the reader from the first page.