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Cowboy, Take Me Away (Mills & Boon Cherish) [Kindle Edition]

Kathleen Eagle

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Book Description

The camera doesn’t lie…

When photographer Skyler first fixed her lens on gorgeous cowboy Trace, she liked what she saw but didn’t give it much thought. Until everywhere she went, there he was, and the heat between them was building to boiling point. As a widow struggling with debts and loyalties from a former life, Skyler needed to stay focused, especially if she wanted to achieve her dream of becoming a mother.

Was Trace a dangerous distraction, a mere summer fling? Or did this younger man – so deep, so passionate – hold the key to a future that would make all her dreams come true?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1519 KB
  • Print Length: 220 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: B004U73CRM
  • Publisher: Mills & Boon Cherish (1 Sept. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0263889149
  • ISBN-13: 978-0263889147
  • ASIN: B005EWG882
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #584,621 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Cute and Fun! 6 May 2011
By Crystal Posey - Published on
Format:Mass Market Paperback
"He knew who she was, but not really. He remembered how they'd come to this moment, but not really."

That in itself explains this book. Sometimes you know what you have, but not really. You know how you got there, but not really. But you know you belong there. Kathleen Eagle is smooth and subtle in unraveling a story of two people who for once take the wild card, and find that their hearts were already working and way ahead of them.

The bold and direct writing is left in the dialogue, as Skyler and Trace battle words full of wit and flirt. Much of which leave the imagination reeling, since there is a clever double meaning behind everything they say. Stuff that will have readers giggling like a school girl in one breath, and barking out in laughter in the next. These characters mesh well, they enjoy each other and therefore the story is enjoyable.

The story does lack one thing for me, and that is rodeo tension. I hope to see more cowboy related stories by this author, but I hope next time the action scenes--those eight seconds--are drawn out to the max, of course this is no reason not to miss out on this sweet romance.

If you are a reader who wants some angst and heartbreak, this isn't the book for you. This book is cute, fun, and all about taking that wild chance, and letting instinct take it's course.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Truly a gem of a story by the incomparable Kathleen Eagle 20 April 2011
By Tooncesmom - Published on
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Photographer Skyler Quinn attends a Wyoming rodeo. She's there to get human-interest photos to further her fledgling photo journalist career, but also to watch her stepson perform in his calf-roping competition when she spots bronc rider and horse trainer Trace Wolf Track There's an instant attraction between the two.

Skyler, widowed for a year, was care giver to her much older husband for a long time before his death. She's been burdened by managing the ranch her husband has left to his less-than-responsible son, and for the first time, she decides to throw caution to the winds and have some fun with the sexy rodeo cowboy. Their time together is both fun and exhilarating, and in the end, she and Trace agree to a commitment: she'll spend time with him in exchange for his agreement to train her horse for a worthy charity auction--Mustang Sally's Makeover Challenge. Their relationship sizzles, but each of them follows a different career path. Skyler needs stability and desires to have a child of her own. Trace follows the rodeo circuit and is unready to settle down.

The dialogue, sensual scenes and plot points are masterfully done. Kathleen Eagle never fails to ratchet up the pleasure another notch. I love her wonderful descriptions and her ability to involve the reader. Can't wait for the next story in this series.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Just on OK Western Romance 29 April 2011
By K. M. Martin - Published on
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This was a Western romance. I had some problems getting into it because of the prose style. The conversational style was oblique and very laconic. I sometimes wondered what the two characters were saying to each other. Both we very guarded people.

Skyler was a widow who was trying to cope with the changes her widowhood brought. She had married an older man who wanted her to remain dependent and admiring. When he got sick, she had to grow up fast and her eyes were opened to some of the things he kept hidden from her. Now she is starting to get the business straightened out for stepson Mike and trying to decide what she wants to do with the rest of her life. She knows that she wants to have a baby.

Trace Wolf Track is a rodeo cowboy who is in the running for the buckle this year for bareback riding. He is also just turning 30 and starting to think of what he wants to do when the rodeo life is over. They meet when she takes his picture. They are attracted to one another and want to spend time together. When Trace is injured, she is there to take care of him. She also has a wild horse that she is trying to train and needs his help.

The issue of her wanting a baby causes some problems between them. At first she doesn't tell him that she wants a baby. When he finds out, he feels that he was lied to. She doesn't mind that he would just be a sperm donor but he does. His cowboy ethics and background have made him determined that he would be there for any child he had. His own mother had left him and his brother. Luckily, he was adopted and raised by a very honorable man. He wants to be as honorable himself.

A second problem is her need to be at home to settle up her husband's affairs and his need to follow the rodeo.

I liked the concept of the book better than the execution. The idea of a woman finding her own future after being widowed was good. The setting, both at the rodeos and at their ranches, was fine. But I never really felt engaged in the romance aspect of the story.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not My Favorite Rodeo, But Still Fun 27 May 2011
By Kaity - Published on
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I love cowboys and horses so the summary of this book really interested me despite the pregnancy storyline which I was quite hesitant about. For nearly the whole book I was anxious in regards to that conflict, which is one I don't care for, and how it would be handed. I think Eagle did a great job addressing it then moving on. It wasn't drawn out and painful like many authors would have made it. I think that made the book a lot smoother and enjoyable read for me.

I liked Skyler. She was fun, smart, interesting... And I liked Trace even more. Definitely loved the cocky, sexy cowboy image he had going on. Their relationship just didn't work for me though in the first half of the book. Passionate moments felt cold and other than great one liners, I never felt them connect in conversation. However, I did love their instant attraction. Sure, the build up can be fun but it often contains some angst or denial, neither of which I find enjoyable. I really liked that there was no pretense or nonsense between Skyler and Trace in regards to attraction. They liked each other so they let it happen. The second half of the book was a whole different rodeo; it was a wild ride and I loved every second of it.

The love scenes can go either way. If you're looking for something explicit and detailed, you won't enjoy the sex in this book. If you're looking for something a little more subtle then you'll really enjoy what Eagle's got in store for you.

Something about this book didn't feel modern, it felt more like something from the mid-eighties. I think it was a combination of the author's narrative language and the dialogue given to the characters. Some lines had a current witty and cleverness but much of it had an older feel. This wasn't a problem for me, but it was a surprise that took some adjusting to.

Lastly, many people aren't going to get the rodeo or equine talk and it isn't really explained. It's not necessary knowledge for the story but it will be frustrating to encounter that type of language not knowing what's going on considering both characters' lives revolve around horses.

(I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange of an honest review)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Strong characters. Great dialogue. Surprising, sweet, funny romance 23 Jan. 2014
By Hope this helps - Published on
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Note: Stands alone read. 4th book in Wild Horse Sanctuary series

GREAT READ! Sweet, gentle romance between two individuals with a strong sense of who they are. The story is reveled slowly through the dialogue -- wonderful, funny, witty, sometimes flirty, and always meaningful dialogue. The writing is exceptional, HOWEVER, this is NOT an easy read if you want to appreciate the puns, superb wordplay and verbal sparring which makes this book a cut above.

THE STORY revolves around photojournalist, horse trainer, and widow, Skyler Quinn, and rodeo bareback rider and master horse trainer, Trace Wolf Track, who cross paths at a Wyoming rodeo. This is romance at its best, instant attraction followed by slowly learning about each other the old fashioned way -- they spend time together and talk to each other.

Books in the WILD HORSE SANCTUARY series are In Care of Sam Beaudry, One Cowboy One Christmas, Cool Hand Hank, Once a Father, Cowboy Take Me Away, One Brave Cowboy, and The Prodigal Cowboy.

You may also enjoy the complex characters and storytelling of N. Bruhns, A. Stuart, L. L. Miller, R. C. Ryan, or L. Wilde (worst endings ever). For sweet, funny, romances with great descriptive imagery and heart touching angst, try S. Fox, C. Colter, and E. Palfrey.
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