Marrying My Cowboy

Marrying My Cowboy

by Diana Palmer, Lindsay McKenna

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Take a walk down the aisle—western style—with these tales of unbridled love, from a trio of New York Times bestselling authors who know the way to a cowboy’s heart …
The Rancher’s Wedding* Diana Palmer
When a rugged Colorado rancher who’s in the red meets up with a screenwriter-turned-waitress dogged by scandal, they put their talents—and their hearts—together. But will front page news put a damper on the sparks flying between them?
“No one beats this author for sensual anticipation.”
—Rave Reviews

Wind River Wedding * Lindsay McKenna
A sprawling family ranch in Wyoming, or a swanky Hamptons hideaway? A young couple’s future in-laws try to stake their claim on where the newlyweds will live. But these lovebirds won’t be corralled …
“Moving and real … impossible to put down.”
—Publisher’s Weekly, STARRED REVIEW on Wind River Rancher
The Cowboy Lassoes a Bride * Kate Pearce
Between a hen night that goes terribly wrong and a missing wedding dress, a bride-to-be wonders if her plan to marry her longtime bad boy cowboy beau is doomed—and he wonders if his fiancée is avoiding the altar. Will love prevail? …
“Captures the spirit of the West.”
Booklist on The Maverick Cowboy

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781643581798
Publisher: Center Point
Publication date: 05/01/2019
Edition description: Large Prin
Pages: 500
Sales rank: 994,036
Product dimensions: 5.80(w) x 8.70(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

The prolific author of over two hundred award-winning bestselling books, Diana Palmer got her start as a newspaper reporter. A multi New York Times bestselling author and voted one of the top ten romance writers in America, she has a gift for telling the most sensual tales with charm and humor. Diana lives with her family in Cornelia, Georgia. Visit Diana at
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Lindsay McKenna is the pseudonym of award-winning author Eileen Nauman. With more than 185 titles to her credit and approximately 23 million books sold in 33 countries worldwide, Lindsay is one of the most distinguished authors in the women's fiction genre. She is the recipient of many awards, including six RT Book Reviews awards (including best military romance author) and an RT Book Reviews Career Achievement Award. Lindsay is affectionately known as “The Top Gun of Women's Military Fiction.” Visit Lindsay at
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Kate Pearce was born in England in the middle of a large family of girls and quickly found that her imagination was far more interesting than real life. After acquiring a degree in history and barely escaping from the British Civil Service alive, she moved to California and then to Hawaii with her kids and her husband and set about reinventing herself as a romance writer. You can find Kate at her website at, on Facebook as Kate Pearce, and on Twitter @Kate4queen.

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Marrying My Cowboy 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Barj60 4 months ago
Three really good well written western stories that once I started this set I was not putting down until I finished reading them. There is The Rancher’s Wedding* Diana Palmer, Wind River Wedding * Lindsay McKenna, and The Cowboy Lassoes a Bride * Kate Pearce these stories have there own merits. I know I will be rereading these stories. I received a copy through Net Galley and I am voluntarily reviewing them. I recommend this set.
nhr3bookcrazyNR 5 months ago
3 books in one! Who doesn't love 3 books in one?! All are easy, quick, sweet reads. And all were HEA! Loved them all.
Anonymous 6 months ago
This is a great new town and a whole new cast of characters. Cassie and JL were both vulnerable and found that true love really will win in the end. I can't wait to see what adventures the people of this little town in Colorado are up to next. This story made me laugh and cry, any book that accomplishes both emotions is a hit in my world!! Thank you Diana Palmer for another great book!!
JigsawGirl 6 months ago
The Cowboy Lassos a Bride by Kate Pearce. 4 stars. A novella that returns you to the Morgan Ranch. You get to revisit characters from previous Morgan Ranch books as Sam is finally convinced to marry HW. A number of mishaps along the way lead them to their HEA. As to be expected, this book is funny, sweet, and sexy. Once again full of family and friends that show nothing but love loyalty, and support. I just wish it was longer. I also read Diana Palmer's, The Rancher's Wedding. I would give this 3 stars. I had never read her work before. It was an interesting combination of a contemporary tale with an old fashion western feel. I voluntarily read and reviewed the Advanced Reader Copy received from Kate Pearce via NetGalley.
Anonymous 6 months ago
This is a voluntary review of an advanced copy. This is really one book with two novellas which is nice if you have been reading the series. I enjoyed the first book, and have read most of the Wind River series so this was fun to see where Maud and Steve come into the story, but the last part with Sam and HW, I was kind of lost as I have not read any of that series. While I enjoyed the Rancher's Wedding by Diana Palmer, there were a few times that I felt Cassie was way too quick to forgive JL, and I was really glad when Cary got his just rewards for the cruel way he treated JL. Wind River Wedding was a great back story to see Maud and Steve when they first married and their backgrounds. I might have liked Cowboy Lassoes a Bride more if I knew all the characters, but I did not and was kind of confused with all the different people. All three had great HEA and that is what is the best part!
belllla 6 months ago
2.5stars This is a bundle of three different stories about getting mary to cowboys. The only one that I truly enjoyed to read was the last and seeing HW and Sam get married. I loved to see al the Morgans and everyone enjoying and working together in this cute novel. And only because of that story there is such a high rate. The second was for me disaster I jumped through it leaving sentences and pages. I don't get the story about so long engagement with nothing special happening. The first one is a story about innocence, if it wants for the humor I couldn't read it. Everything was just to perfect but it was way better than the second. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
FaeScot 7 months ago
Kate Pearce's excellent short story, Cowboy Lassoes a Bride is the only one worth reading in this anthology and I'm really sad about that. I have never read anything by Diana Palmer or Lindsay McKenna and I was really looking forward to it. Now I can say I will never look at their titles again. Diana Palmer's Rancher's Wedding was an OK story but it had so many errors in it. It started out with a promising opening scene that was a really different way to start a love story and it just never tugged at my heart. Maybe her other stories are better. Lindsay McKenna's Wind River Wedding was definitely a looking back to the beginning couple. But it was a "telling" story not one experienced with the characters. She told us what happened and I found I wasn't invested in it. When you read a short story, you should hunger to read the series it's set in when you finish the story. I didn't with either of these tales. Kate Pearce gave us a truly stellar story. We got to share in the lives of the Morgan family we have come to love. We care about the characters and are pulling for the wedding to happen. We even get laugh out loud moments like Sam being arrested for being "loud & obnoxious, and fondling public property"! Some bachelorette party she had! I am delighted Kate gave us another peek at this special family. A copy for this book was provided to me for an honest and voluntary review.
MalkaShayna 7 months ago
I received a free advanced copy of this book from This is my unbiased and voluntary review. This is a collection of three stories from three different western romance writers. THE RANCHER’S WEDDING Kudos to Diana Palmer for tackling the spat of false accusations against Conservative men like the ones against Judge Kavanaugh. Producer, Lanier Roger Reed, was falsely accused of sexual harassment by a women who wanted his job. The SJW harassed his family so viciously that his wife committed suicide. He fled NYC with his daughter, Cassie, a successful script writer, to Benton, Colorado, leaving everything behind and now struggling to make a living. JL Denton, is a wealth rancher, who has been in a funk, since he found out that his fiancée was a fake, who was only after him for his money. They meet, when Cassie is the target of a prank by his cousin Carey. Neither is looking for a relationship, just friendship, but they seem to be made for each other. But will Cassie have the courage to tell JL the truth of her history before he finds out on his own? I love that Cassie is an innocent with a morality that is not usually found in romance novels and that she was living in Atlanta (me too). As all of Palmer’s stories, the characters are endearing and the plot engaging. My favorite quote, which everyone needs to remember is “… we should never judge the past by the morality of the present. You have to judge by the morality of the time period.” WIND RIVER WEDDING I have not read any of the Wind River Ranch books, so really could not relate to this “backstory” of Maud and Steve Whitcomb. Having lived through the time period described, I was not impressed with the feminist movement then or now. The dialogues were rather strange, with the author trying to relate information to the reader, but already known to the other character. THE COWBOY LASSOES A BRIDE Kate Pearce is one of my favorite western romance writers and I love the Morgan Ranch series. This story is about HW finally convincing Sam to marry him and the tumult leading up to the wedding. This novella is a must for all who have enjoyed the rest of the series.
ButtonsMom2003 7 months ago
The Cowboy Lassoes a Bride by Kate Pearce – 5 stars. I requested a copy of this anthology from NetGalley solely because I wanted to read and review Kate Pearce's story. My rating is based on that one alone as real life stuff has kept me from having the time to read the other two. I've read all of the books in the Morgan Ranch series, and loved them, so I couldn't wait to get my eyes on this one. While I think you will still enjoy this story even if you haven't read the other Morgan Ranch books, I urge you to at least read The Bad Boy Cowboy first. It's the story of how HW and Sam first get together. HW Morgan has been the bad-boy of this series but he finally met his match in Samantha (Sam) Kelly in The Bad Boy Cowboy. I loved that story so much and I couldn't wait to read about their wedding trials and tribulations in The Cowboy Lassoes a Bride. HW is so afraid that Sam is going to leave him just like his mother did so it wasn't difficult to guess what kind of situation might crop up in this story. What was fun about it though, was waiting for the "thing" to happen and not knowing when it was going to happen. This story was such a fun read. I really enjoyed visiting with all of the characters from previous books. Everyone in the extended Morgan family is so supportive of each other, even when they don't always see eye-to-eye. Reading such great family stories helps me to escape from the stress of everyday life. I'm looking forward to reading more stories set in the world of Morgantown. The Second Chance Rancher, coming in late May, kicks off a new related series called The Millers of Morgan Valley and I'm ready to read it! A review copy was provided by the publisher via NetGalley but this did not influence my opinion or rating of the book.
Pebbles92 7 months ago
Marrying My Cowboy is a collection of 3 cowboy stories by different authors. Having enjoyed the Morgan Ranch series by Kate Pearce immensely, I couldn't wait to get my hands on this story. Overall, I loved The Cowboy Lassoes a Bride which is a great addition to the Morgan Ranch series and cannot wait to read more. As for the other 2 stories, while their names are familiar, they are still new to me authors. The Diana Palmer story had a lot of inconsistencies and I never really got invested in the characters. Very little spark. With regard to Wind River Wedding, this was obviously a prequel to another series and it left me more confused than interested.
CathyGeha 7 months ago
Marrying My Cowboy Three novellas in one volume providing fun reading for everyone...if you like weddings and cowboys, that is. I will say that it might help if you have been reading the series these stories are part of because my favorite is the one that I have read most of the books previous to this story. THE RANCHER’S WEDDING by Diana Palmer Cassie Reed and her father have “disappeared” to get away from media attention. They are making the best of things though transplanted to a completely different world. Cassie meets JL Denton due to a prank his cousin plays and then the two get to know one another better, begin to like one another, have ups and downs and eventually find a way to have their happily ever after. Entertaining though Cassie is a bit Victorian in her outlook and thus this is a very tame story. (3 Stars) WIND RIVER WEDDING by Lindsay McKenna I have a feeling this is going to be a hit with those who have read more of the Wind River Valley series than I have. I am not sure who Maude and Steve are but know they come before the books I have read and since I don’t remember the books well am left wondering if they do achieve their goals and have a family and if so...are their children genetic or adopted. This is a fun story but fairly linear in the telling and left me wondering what happens at the end of the story and in the decades between this story and the ones I did read. (3 stars) THE COWBOY LASSOES A BRIDE by Kate Pearce This series I am invested in so I thoroughly enjoyed it! I have met all the Morgans and their mates and had fun finding out how Sam and HW finally get hitched...tie the knot...are wed. There are definitely surprises and problems and a few things for them to overcome but they do finally get their HEA ending and it was definitely worth waiting for. (4 Stars) Thank you to NetGalley, Kate Pearce and Kensington-Zebra for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4 Stars
Jennann3 7 months ago
My review is for Kate Pearce’s “A Cowboy Lassoes A Bride”. If you haven’t read the previous novels in the series, you may be lost! I highly recommend reading the other novels in the series first. This is a novella focusing on the marriage of HW and Sam. Anything that could go wrong, does. From the moment HW proposes, to the bachelorette party, the missing wedding dress, and then the missing bride everything seems to go wrong! Although it’s highly entertaining, I think I would’ve taken that as some sort of omen and called the whole thing off! But love prevails and the Morgan clan rallies together to give HW and Sam their dream wedding. It was nice to catch up with the Morgan’s! I read a gifted copy and all opinions stated are my own.
MusicInPrint 7 months ago
Three Halmark type romance stories with a dude with a cowboy hat. Nothing wrong with that. My favorite was by Kate Pearce because it was a part of her Morgan Ranch series of which I am a fan. "A copy of this book was provided by Kensington Books via NetGalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
KathyJinEllicottCity 7 months ago
This is an anthology of 3 novellas featuring cowboys. They are all remarkably written. The last two stories are continuations of series by their authors, but can be read as a stand-alone story. The pace of each story is wonderful and the characters are well developed. If you like cowboy stories and HEA this is a marvelous read.
ytcruz 7 months ago
This book is a series of 3 novellas by authors known for their cowboy stories. If you have read Ms. McKenna’s Wind River series, as well as Ms. Pearce’s Morgan Ranch stories, their stories are extensions of the series. I especially enjoyed THE COWBOY LASSOES A BRIDE, by Kate Pearce. Having read and enjoyed the Morgan Ranch stories and in this case, The Bad Cowboy I knew this wedding story would be special. Their original book centered around HW Morgan , a professional rodeo cowboy and Samantha Kelly, an army vet whose injuries devastated her not only physically but also emotionally. Now that they finally have decided to get married, things don’t go as plan. Will Sam change her mind and leave HW feeling abandoned once again, or will they finally find their HEA? Diana Palmer’s story, The Rancher’s Wedding, is quintessential Diana Palmer. Strong older male rancher, and naive/innocent younger woman. Both cautious and not looking for love. Add some drama in all the stories, and you have three novellas that will entertain you in an afternoon of leisure. I was entrusted this copy by Netgalley. The opinions expressed are solely my own.