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  • Mass Market Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc (1 July 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402253648
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402253645
  • Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 10.4 x 3.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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By Wizzo on 21 Jun. 2015
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I have read all the books in the series, one after the other and could not stop.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Plenty of Sizzle and Sass 5 April 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Spikes & Spurs Series:

Book 4:

One Hot Cowboy Wedding: Ace Riley and Jasmine King


This book can be summed up nicely in that this is a great, fun and light read. This is a feel good novel with sexy cowboys and sassy southern women. Ace is the quintessential feel good cowboy who has dated half the female population of Texas, but has done it in such a way that only a charmer such as Ace can pull off. You can't not like Ace, he puts all out there along with his barbed wire tattoo to remind him that no women can get past his tattoo and into his heart. He's nothing if not honest, and you got to respect a guy who lets you know where he stands going into it. But what you probably never saw coming was that Ace is a total romantic, the dates he plans for Jazzy make you do an AW moment! Little by little the barbed wire on his heart starts to crumble and he never thought he would fall for his best friend.

After the debacle that was Jasmine's previous engagement she has sworn off all men, so proposing to Ace, seemed like the perfect option. She could help him save his ranch and since she isn't going to date no harm, no foul, but when the wedding is nationally publicized all of Texas now knows that she is married and to Ace. Her nice peaceful year has been blown apart. Jasmine is a feisty, high spirited woman you can't help but respect. She loves her friends, she loves her parents, she loves owning her restaurant and she loves Ace?!? Understandably, Jasmine is a bit gun shy when comes to men especially a good timing cowboy like Ace. Jasmine has plenty of sizzle and spice to keep up with Ace.

If you want to good time novel with sexy cowboys pick this book up. Actually pick this whole series up, it's a good timing series with lots of spunk and lots of cowboys.

Rating: 4 Orchids
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Spikes and Spurs series keeps getting better 23 April 2012
By E. Swain - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This was another fun book from Carolyn Brown. Yes, the friends to lovers - marriage of convenience has been done before. But Carolyn Brown brings an extra zip to any plot she uses. I admit I am a fan of Carolyn Brown's. I have read most of her Avalon romances, and a number of her Western romances, and am a big fan of both. If you want a book with some laughs, characters you'll remember and a slice of country life thrown in, you can't do better than a Carolyn Brown Western romance. Who knew at first glance that a player like Ace is really a romantic at heart. Jasmine acted tough because she'd wasted too much time on a worthless no-good man and she didn't plan on falling in love again, but she needed a romantic man to break through her defenses. They were a good match because they were friends before they went to Vegas for a marriage that was only supposed to last a year and save Ace's ranch. A few reviewers mentioned some negatives from the book, but those things didn't bother me at all. I guess I was having too much fun reading the book. If you are a Carolyn Brown fan, get this book. If you aren't a Carolyn Brown fan but want a book with sexy cowboys, strong women and a happy ever after you can believe in, get this book.
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Just Not What I Imagined 10 April 2012
By Lisa M. Filipe - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Ok, so I will say it hadb't started out that bad. I liked the hero and the heroine and where the storyline was going, but honestly the POV kept jumping back and forth between the two, there were times I was VERY confused about who was speaking.

The dialogue started to crumble for me about Chapter two or three. Especially when she meets his family and his brothers are explaining to her why he has blond hair and they have dark hair....WHAT?? WHO CARES?? or just have her notice the difference. I really didn't need a whole page of description from his brother, and what brother would even care about stuff like that??

And If I had to hear about his Barb Wire Tattoo keeping the ladies away from getting to his heart one more time...I was going to throw the book. We get it, his heart was closed off to women, and not one of them was going to get past his tattoo...he said it like every other page...I was very frustrated.

I honestly didn't even finish the book. I skimmed through to the end and it still didn't do ANYTHING for me, but many reviewers said they enjoyed it, so maybe it was just me.

My recommendation would be to wait until it comes out at the library or borrow the e-book from a friend. Everyone should make up their own mind about a book, this one just wasn't the one for me.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A fun and romantic novel. 3 April 2012
By K. Branfield - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
4.5 Stars

Buckle up, lovers of cowboy romances, you are in for a wild and wicked ride with Carolyn Brown's latest installment in her Spikes and Spurs series, One Hot Cowboy Wedding.

Good friends Jasmine "Jazzy" King and Ace Riley discover pretty quickly that what happens in Vegas doesn't necessarily stay in Vegas. When their plans to keep their in name only marriage a secret go up in a flurry of unexpected publicity, they are forced to live in close quarters for a year. With their mutual desire for one another burning out of control, both are left wondering if their friendship will survive their marriage.

While the marriage of convenience and friends to lovers plot device is nothing new, Carolyn Brown keeps One Hot Cowboy Wedding delightfully fresh and unique. Jazzy and Ace are beautifully developed characters that are immensely appealing. Jazzy is energetic and strong-willed and she is absolutely perfect for the charming and oh so very sexy Ace. The sexual chemistry between them is scorching hot and their sex scenes, while understated, are incredibly romantic and playful.

There is a little conflict in the story as both Jazzy and Ace struggle with their emerging feelings for one another. There is also an interesting subplot between Jazzy and her mother that is easy to relate to. As the fourth novel in the Spikes and Spurs series, readers get the opportunity to catch up with characters from past novels.

One Hot Cowboy Wedding is a charming novel that is heartwarming and deliciously romantic. Engaging characters and a captivating storyline keep this fabulous story moving at a brisk pace. Carolyn Brown's writing style has a such a down home country feel that is so realistic you will feel like you are right in the heart of Texas. Definitely a recommended read for fans of contemporary cowboy romances.
Light romance that is heavy on the Texas-isms 27 Jun. 2013
By Vilia - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Marriage of convenience plus cowboys - what more could you want? Actually I wanted a bit more in terms of plot and characterisation. Ace Riley inherited his farm from his grandfather on the condition that he gets married and stay married for one year. If he fails to do this, the ranch goes to his cousin. Ace is in quite a tizz as he doesn't want to lose the ranch but he doesn't want to be shackled to anyone. Good friend Jasmine proposes a solution by literally proposing. Problem is that the chapel they chose to get married in was having a highly public anniversary and Ace and Jasmine are the lucky 5000th couple.

Jasmine and Ace knew each other's quirks, good points and bad because they were friends long before they decided to get hitched. This added depth to their relationship. Admitting they were falling in love was quite hard though as if they failed, it would affect their friendship which both valued. Ace is so determined not to fall in love he had a barbed wire tattooed on himself. We hear about this so often it started to grate. Everyone decides fairly quickly that Jasmine and Ace need to start popping out babies. So much so that Jasmine's parents decide to buy her café so she can focus on baby making. I have no issues with couples deciding they want to have kids but the way this was written made it seem like Jasmine was some kind of battery hen and everyone was just waiting for her to step up to the mark.

The biggest problem with this story is that there weren't any real complications or a climax. Jasmine and Ace's relationship drifts along and there isn't ever any doubt that they'll end up happily ever after. I wanted some drama beyond the outlandish wedding plans their mothers were cooking up. I wanted tears or passion or something to keep my attention from wandering. I got side-tracked by all the secondary characters and found it difficult to keep them all straight. If you are going to have a cast of thousands (not really) then you need a glossary or something that readers can refer to.

This is a fairly light romance which is heavy on the Texas-isms and good old fashioned values.
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