The Cowboy's Twins

The Cowboy's Twins

by Tara Taylor Quinn

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The Cowboy's Twins by Tara Taylor Quinn

The Cowboy's Twins by Tara Taylor Quinn released on Jan 03, 2017 is available now for purchase.

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ISBN-13: 9780373368198
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 01/03/2017
Series: Family Secrets , #3
Edition description: Original Large Print
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.60(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

A USA Today Bestselling author of 80 novels, in twenty languages, Tara Taylor Quinn has sold more than seven million copies. Known for her intense emotional fiction, Ms. Quinn is a five time finalist for the RWA Rita Award and has appeared often on local and national TV including CBS Sunday Morning.

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The Cowboy's Twins 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
beckymmoe More than 1 year ago
A delicious, angsty read! Spencer and his twins, Justin and Tabitha, are an absolutely delightful family. He's a great dad, always putting the two of them first in everything he does--even though they're destined to turn him gray before he hits 40 ;) His love for them is absolute--but loving anyone else? Not going to happen. Been there, done that, no repeat needed, lesson learned. Which is why his attraction to Natasha, chef and host of the reality cooking show Family Secrets is so distressing to him. He is not going to fall for another city girl who has no place on his ranch, no way, no how. Natasha's not looking for love either--ever. She's sure her crew is all the family she'll ever need, except lately she's been feeling...well, unsettled. Something's missing. Something that might be kitten shaped. Or seven-year-old twins shaped. Or, heaven forbid, cowboy shaped. But no, that absolutely would not work out, so she's just going to put the idea right out of her head and heart. Well, except for the kitten. A kitten is doable. Ms. Quinn did a great job of keeping the tension tight between these two--by seeing inside both of their heads, we understood why they each pushed their attraction away with both hands for so much of the book. It made our hearts hurt a little, but we got it. (It might also have made me whisper-scream with frustration, "Just kiss her already!" once or twice. Or perhaps three times. But who's counting?) When they come up with a "business proposition" that they hope will be mutually beneficial for everyone but won't include any deeper feelings (they think), I both longed for and dreaded the outcome. Surely it would lead to something more? Except if they wouldn't let it...and maybe coming into it with such a contract-like attitude would doom it forever...argh! Did I mention the angst? Ultimately, The Cowboy's Twins was a highly satisfying romance. Though it did end a bit abruptly, it was a good ending, and since the series is based on Natasha's show, I've got high hopes of seeing more of Natasha, Spencer, Tabitha, and Justin in future books! Rating: 4 1/2 stars / A I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
LynnB888 More than 1 year ago
With Book 3 in the Family Secrets series, we finally get to hear Natasha’s story. We’ve seen her producing the show and wondered what made her tick, and now we find out! It was a bit slower moving than the previous books in the series, but still an enjoyable cast of characters. Let down by one city-gal already, Spencer Longfellow isn’t happy about allowing another one onto his ranch, but money is money and he’s looking forward to getting some put away to solidify his children’s future by agreeing to this production. Natasha Stevens is producing an off-site portion of her reality cooking show competition and what better place to do it than on a ranch that produces a great source of beef that they can educate the audience about? She’s not expecting to be drawn to the single father and his adorable kids. She doesn’t do relationships or roots. When a secret comes to light and the future is unsure, Natasha will be the one to step forward and offer help in the situation … and in doing so, will realize that she has been wrong all these years!
Nicolerko More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this one. What's not to like about Spencer. He will do anything for his children even have a cooking show descend on his ranch. I liked Natasha as well, she has a big self discovery while working on this location for her show. It helps her work through some inner battles she didn't realize she had. Spencer has lingering hurt and his own inner battle to work through. I gobbled up the first half of this book then I realized the second half had something missing, the appearance of Spencer's twins. They were in the book a lot in the beginning, but to me a little sparse in later part of the book. That's really the only I guess downside of you call it that for me. I so loved Spencer's twins. They were just way too cute and brought a lot to the story.
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
A Loving and appealing story about parenthood, from its good days and triumphs, to its challenges and demands. Spencer would have done anything to his twins, to keep them safe, to provide for them, and protect them. There was no question of his affection and care for his children. Natasha felt like she wasn't built for a loving, lasting relationship, but her commitment to her career was enough to keep her challenged and satisfied with her life. The story is well written and flows nicely off the pages. The pacing of the tale is a bit slow for my taste, but you really get the feeling of the struggles the characters goes through and the lessons they learn through their journey. The setting of the story is very different from the norm when it comes to romance novels. I would actually rather characterize this as a women's lit instead of a romance novel. Even though Spencer and Natasha are attracted to each other, through most of the book Spencer is dating other women, or a woman and looking for others for his project to find a wife. I have never liked the third person 'drama' in my romance novels, and even though it wasn't so much in your face 'cheating', it was still a triangle were feelings did get hurt. Regardless, the story is well done and gives an insight to the cooking reality show with plenty of details, as well as into the beef industry and farming. I enjoyed the twins and the determination Spencer had to be the best parent he ever could have been. The characters were well thought out and the journey they were on gave the opportunity to get to know them thoroughly. ~ Three Spoons with a teaspoon on the side