Review: Just a cowboy and his baby – Carolyn Brown

One determined, hell-on-wheels cowgirl. One equally determined, sexier-than-hell cowboy. One innocent baby, who suddenly takes center stage and everybody’s priorities are suddenly up for grabs.

With a young baby dropped in his lap, bronc rider Trace Coleman’s world is turned upside down. Suddenly, Gemma O’Donnell, his stiffest competition on the rodeo scene, is now the one person who can help him. She’s already resisting his sexy smile and even sexier swagger, but she can’t resist a baby. When it comes down to it, only one can win, but is winning more important than love and family?
My thoughts:
In this Brown novel it’s Gemma who gets her shot at love. She is a bronc rider and is competing for the grand prize. She is tough as nails and wont anyone walk over her, in this manly world. But she is also kind, and yes sassy.
In comes hunky Trace, of course she has checked him out and he her. But he is her most fierce competition so no chance of anything happening. But who am I kidding, of course something will happen. These two will spend months travelling the same roads, going to the same places. Fate is pushing them together.
There is a baby in the title, and something is shown a bit into the book so that one is easy to figure out.
And yes it can be read as a stand alone.
The book was cute, filled with Texas charm and a book that you easily read in one day. You just sit down and the pages fly by.
Cover: Cute

Series: Spikes and Spurs #6
Genre: Contemporary romance, western
Pages: 342
Published: Dec 4th 2012 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
Source: For review


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