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Sawyer O’Donnell has hired on to the Fiddle Creek Ranch he’s looking for a change of pace – and boy does he get one!

First, Jill Cleary appears and threatens to shoot him – until she realizes he’s there to help – then he and Jill get themselves caught in the middle of a war that makes the Hatfield’s & McCoy’s look like child’s play.

The only thing Sawyer and Jill can do is to have each other’s backs, especially when they wind up running not only the ranch but also the general store and the bar!

Hott Review:

“The Trouble with Texas Cowboys” was loads of fun!
What I liked: I really enjoyed not only the relationship between Jill and Sawyer but also the feud. It was so much fun. Plus, of course, I adored the matchmakers!
What I didn’t like: This book was steamy from the start. Though the actual intimacies were downplayed, their thoughts made me blush! The relationship was also a bit quick for my tastes.


Author: Carolyn Brown
Source: Sourcebooks Casablanca via Netgalley
Grade: A
Ages: 18+
Steam: Scorcher
Setting: Burnt Boot, Texas
Series: Burnt Boot, Texas #2
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Author Bio:

Carolyn Brown is a New York Times bestselling author with more than sixty books published, and credits her eclectic family for her humor and writing ideas. Carolyn was born in Texas but grew up in southern Oklahoma where she and her husband, Charles, a retired English teacher, make their home. They have three grown children and enough grandchildren to keep them young.

Websites & Links: Carolyn Brown's website Carolyn Brown's facebook


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