Tuesday, November 23, 2010

What are you Reading?




Terri Reed here. I just finished reading The Cowboy’s Convenient Bride by two-time recipient of Romance Writers of America’s RITA Award and finalist for Affaire de Coeur’s Best Up-and-Coming Romance Author Wendy Warren.

I have to say it was a fabulous story with endearing characters that made me laugh, cry and root for them as they skirted around their feelings until finally risking their hearts to love. Wendy’s use of language and imagery really brought this story to life. Full of angst and joy, this was a heartwarming and enjoyable read.

Hungry Ranchers? Messy House? Filthy Barn? I’m your woman...
Claire Dobbs needed a job—and she needed it yesterday. But when the single mother of three arrived at Pine Road Ranch, she didn't expect to be greeted by six-foot-plus of scowling, growling cowboy….

After being injured in a bullfight, all Fletcher Kingsley wanted to do was slink home to Honeyford, Oregon, and lick his wounds. The former rodeo champ didn't need a housekeeper. He needed a wife! It was either that—or forfeit his beloved family home.

It would be a cold day in Honeyford before Fletcher ever got hitched. But having the pretty, spirited widow and her lively brood underfoot could change a man's mind in a hurry. Especially when sweet Claire started him thinking about home and hearth…and love?

http://http//www.eharlequin.com/author.html?authorid=899

7 comments:

  1. I'll have to add that one to my list! Thanks, Terri!

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  2. I enjoyed this one. Am just diving into all my Christmas Love Inspireds...they started the Christmas music on our radio station this past Monday so I have an excuse!

    Happy Thanksgiving, Julie

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  3. I'll look for this one, too. I'm always looking for recommendations.

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  4. Julie, I have to confess to breaking out the Christmas CD's a few weeks ago. I can't wait until this coming weekend. We always put our tree up the weekend after Thanksgiving.

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  5. Pam, I'm sure you'll enjoy the book.

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  6. Thanks for the recommendation, Terri! Sounds really good.

    We may get our tree on Saturday. I usually wait a little later, but I ready this year, too! :)

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