Review: Cowboy Tough – Joanne Kennedy

She’s hardly a cowgirl…
Cat Crendall left a successful advertising job in New York to teach art workshops in the wild west. The Boyd Ranch is hardly her dream destination, but if the outing’s a success, the company will send her to more exotic locations.

But once a cowboy…
Mack Boyd was in the middle of the best bronc-riding season of his life when his mother asked for help with an artists’ retreat at the ranch. Mack might be able to ride a wild stallion to a standstill but he can’t say no to his family.
Cat and Mack are complete opposites…but when the ranch is threatened financially, can they set aside their differences and work together?
My thoughts:
Cowboys, if you had missed it, I like them. Why, well do you really need a why?
Cat is a big city girl with dreams. Sure she has her problems, but it’s tough trying to bond with your niece, when that niece is mourning. I get that.
The hero is a cowboy, like you did not see that coming, lol. Mack is nice and works hard to keep the ranch going. He used to be a bronc rider and came home to help his mum. Gotta love a good guy.
The story is about Cat trying to bond with her niece. Cat and Mack falling in love, being passionate, messing things up cos of spoilers spoilers. There is also the story of wanting the ranch to thrive and..well other things I can’t mention either. But all good things to read about as they brought excitement. 
A nice cowboy romance. Boy meets girl, and after a few fights things start to happen.

Genre: Contemporary romance / Western romance
Pages: 373
Published: Feb 5th 2013 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
Source: For review


43 thoughts on “Review: Cowboy Tough – Joanne Kennedy

  1. Brandi Kosiner says:

    I like cowboys too, and you're right, no explanations needed.Although that does remind me of something my 4 year old said the other day. "Mommy, I want to be a cowgirl when I grow up."A few minutes later: "Cowboys ride cows, right?"Anyways, great cover and Jake sounds fun. Happy reading, Brandi @ Blkosiner’s Book Blog

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