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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Review: Red’s Hot Cowboy by Carolyn Brown

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca 
ISBN: 1402238797
Pages:384 pages
Genre: Romance/Contemporary/Western  
Challenges-100+ Reading Challenge, Outdo Yourself Reading Challenge
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Summary from publisher:

He wasn't looking for trouble...

But when the cops are knocking on your door, trouble's definitely found you. And this is where Wil Marshall finds himself after checking in to the Longhorn Inn. It could all be a big mistake, but Wil's not getting much sleep. Then the motel owner-who is drop dead gorgeous and feisty to boot-saves him from an even worse night behind bars. Now he owes her one, big time...

But Trouble comes in all shapes and sizes...

Pearl never wanted that run-down motel, but her aunt didn't leave her much choice. And then this steaming hot cowboy shows up looking for a place to rest. Next thing she knows, she wants to offer him more than just room service.

But if he calls her Red one more time, he won't be the only one accused of murder...

Sparks are definitely flying and before long, the Do Not Disturb sign might be swinging from the door...

My Review: 

I have loved many of Carolyn Brown’s books. They are always so good and full of charm. I couldn’t wait for this one because it was about Wil, one of the characters from Love Drunk Cowboy.

Pearl was such a spunky and fun heroine. She attempted to run her inn on her own. She was independent and intelligent.  Wil was hilarious. He was funny and sarcastic. He was a rascal. I usually prefer more surly types but Wil’s humor was perfect. I loved seeing her and Wil’s bickering and flirtatious type of chemistry. Their story was well-developed and they had a great chemistry.

I am a huge fan of Carolyn Brown. Her books always have such a fun atmosphere. They always have a nice mix of humor and romance. I also loved the small town feel of it. Carolyn Brown always captures the absolute best aspects of “small town.” As a city girl, I have never experienced it but Brown has captured the fun and kind of zany nature of some small towns.


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*A copy of this book was provided to me by the publisher for review.   My opinion is my own and has not been influenced in any way and any monies   made from associate or affiliate accounts are recycled back into the  blog.

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