Title: Must Love Cowboys
Shy computer specialist and amateur chef Tina Hayes travels to Circle Bar K ranch to scatter her father’s ashes in the Tetons of Wyoming. Once there, her father’s old army buddy and his cast of cowboy ranch hands persuade her to stay on as the ranch’s cook for a while. It’s not a hard decision, especially when she meets Wyatt McCabe, a man who makes her heart gallop like no one else. But with so many cowboys to choose from, can Wyatt show Tina that he’s the only one for her?
Author: Cheryl Brooks
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Cowboy Heaven
Series: Cowboy Heaven #2
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Cowboy Heaven
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca Source: Publisher
Published: April 5, 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romance
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A woman trying to fulfill the dying wishes of her grandfather travels to the Circle K ranch to find her grandfather’s oldest friend. There she meets a bunch of cowboys looking for love and adventure. A firefighter who has been running away from his demons finds his place among the Circle K bunch.
This contemporary romance had many ups and downs that had great potential. The characters were well written and I enjoyed each of these cowboys. Yes, even Bull. Tina is a lot like me with her shy demeanor and light complexion that blushes easily. She has a hard time talking to men or being in their presence. She had gained confidence through her dealings with these cowboys. Wyatt is our serious cowboy who has dealt with tragic deaths and hasn’t confronted his past. With Tina he is able to see that he can be someone’s hero and can be loved in return.
Tina was not sure at first about Wyatt and had started to come out of her shell with Dean but could not be completely intimate with him. Her desires were ignited with Wyatt and couldn’t be contained. What sort of bugged me was that Wyatt was Tina’s first and yet she had seemed much more uninhibited than most heroines that have way more experiences than her. Yet she did not really like foul language. Some of the synopsis is misleading, she was taking care of her grandfather not her father. She also does not seem like an amateur chef to me.
Oh, I must not forget to mention that the story went on and on. Some things were not necessary which could have been cut out and the story would be just as full and entertaining to read. Then the timing seemed off; what felt like a few weeks’ time was really only a few days, a week tops. In the end it was a good read that I would probably recommend only because the characters were likable and relate-able.
I was gifted a copy of this book from the JeepDiva in exchange for an honest review. The ratings and opinions are my own and I was in no way compensated.