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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Book Review - Marry Me, Cowboy by Lilian Darcy




About The Book:

Champion barrel-racer Tegan Ash has nothing left to go home to in her native Australia and every reason to stay in the USA. But her visa is about to expire, and her prospective groom has called off their green-card wedding.

Jamie MacCreadie doesn’t actually want to marry a woman he can't stand, but his best friend and fellow rodeo rider Chet has just let her down and, somehow, he finds himself offering to do the deed instead.

There’s no chance it could turn into the real thing, because they have nothing in common… do they?


My Thoughts:

"Marry Me, Cowboy" is the second novel in the Montana Born: Copper Mountain Rodeo series, and it is just a delightful addition to this group of great stories!  Each of these novellas, available as ebooks, feature a different couple who find love and lust in Marietta, Montana, and each are a short, but satisfying read!

I particularly enjoyed Lilian Darcy's story as she combines the sport of rodeoing, the fascinating culture and traditions that surround the sport with a little bit of "Aussie" sassiness with her character of Tegan Ash.  Darcy captures perfectly the "rodeo queen/barrel racer girl" aspect of rodeoing. She also gives her readers a hot and spicy little romance as well. 

I highly recommend the "Montana Born" series for those who enjoy their romances combined with a lot of lusty fun.  Can't wait for the next installment!



About The Author:



Women's fiction and romance author Lilian Darcy has written more than eighty novels for Harlequin, Silhouette, Mira Australia, and Mills & Boon. Under another name she has also written for Australian theater and television.

Lilian's career highlights include many appearances on the Waldenbooks Romance Bestsellers list, five nominations for the Romance Writers of America's presitious Rita Award, and translation into twenty different languages.
Lilian has an active family life involving kids, chickens, cats, music, scouting, gardening, hiking and horses. Oh, and there's a husband in there somewhere, too.

Her upcoming releases include the first book in her Cherry Sisters trilogy, "The One Who Changed Everything" from Harlequin Special Edition, and a novella, "Marry Me, Cowboy" for Tule Publishing's Copper Mountain Rodeo mini-series, part of the exciting new Montana Born series, with authors such as Jane Porter, Megan Crane and C.J. Carmichael.

Check out her website at www.liliandarcy.com for more information on her books and upcoming projects.





My thanks to BookSparks PR for the review copy of this book. I was not compensated for my opinion.



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