Much Ado About Mustangs (Hearts of Owyhee Western Romance #5)

Much Ado About Mustangs (Hearts of Owyhee Western Romance #5)

by Jacquie Rogers
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Much Ado About Mustangs (Hearts of Owyhee Western Romance #5) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an awesome book, I truly enjoyed it. The plot of this book is unlike any others I have read and I thought the twist was great. Not many authors could incorporate these types of characters and make them seem genuine, but Jacquie Rogers has in this book and she has done the job well. All of the characters in this book are devoted to their families and the love for one another really shines in this book. I would definitely recommend this book and all the others in the series to anyone who loves a good, clean romance that is not the run of the mill story line. Looking forward to the next one.
mtgranma More than 1 year ago
Josh and Pearl were great for each other. He was suppose to watch and protect her, but he would much rather be building his corrals and barn on his new half of a ranch for his Friesians and Mustang horses he will be breeding. Pearl is a down to earth girl, who loves animals and wants to be at her new half of a ranch her and her brother bought, but she has obligations in the theater playing the part of a fancy lady. There are a lot of fun surprises and events that make this story another wonder read by Jacquie Rogers.
Crystal61 More than 1 year ago
This was a fun read and a hard one to put down once I got a chance to settle down to read. You have a heroine, Pearl, who is not what she appears to be at first, but she slowly lets others in on her secret, especially Josh. He has been assigned to "protect" her and figures out her secret. Unbeknownst to both, the entire town is betting on when they will get married. I really enjoyed Pearl Jane during her more-down-to-earth moments like when she is riding and protecting herself. She is not afraid to ask for comfort when she actually needed it. Josh is kind of grumpy and then sweet and sexy in the blink of an eye. This was the first I had read, and I look forward to catching up on the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Durn tootin'! This was a fabulous read! I haven't read too many Western romances but this would be a good series to start with. Although it's book 5 in the series, it reads like a standalone. All the characters from the previous books were in there, however you did not need to know about them for the story to make sense. It was purely about Pearl and Josh. I could not put this book down and when I did, I wanted to know what would happen next. I even stopped doing my household chores to satisfy my curiosity. It's a fairly fast paced story and the threat of danger to the characters are there, only to climax towards the end. Full of blackmail, disguises, a matchmaking grandfather and townsfolk, it was the perfect recipe for a good story. The animal characters were also amusing. It starts with a varmint, a cute jackrabbit, Two dogs Earl and Nattie, who also find love, and some sassy kittens. But the horses were the focal point. There was the threat of horse thieves and that puts our two main characters on edge. Pearl was the perfect example of a strong heroine. She didn't know how to cook, but her skill with a hatchet was surprising. It was also surprising to Josh as well. There wasn't too much sex and when it was introduced, it was sweet and did not detract from the story. All in all, I definitely would read the rest of the books in this series. The writing is well done and the characters were well developed. I'm a new fan of Western romances.
mellis More than 1 year ago
I have read all the books in this series and I believe this one to be the best yet. I loved the characters. I enjoyed the interaction between the two main characters. I loved the respect and dignity of the main male character when in positions that could have resulted in other outcomes. It had some great family values also. And I love Jacquie Rogers books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I looooved this book, and I have to be truthful -- I don't generally read romance, however, I am SO glad that I decided to give this book a try because I would have missed out on a great book!!  I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series!  I was very pleased with the pacing.  I have a tendency to get bored easily and it was so nice to be able to read along without feeling like it was started to drag.  Lady Montford was quite a snob while her brother, Jasper, was anything but.  I completely fell in love with Jane Pearl and her family.  The way that all of the characters were interwoven into the story was well done.  Slade was such a jerk, a perfectly rotten villain.  The relationship between Josh and Pearl was played to perfection.  Another big plus to the story was the entire McKinnon clan!  They are all so likeable and Mrs. McKinnon has a wonderful sense of humor.  The end of the book left me smiling and hoping for another in the series!