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One Lucky Cowboy [Mass Market Paperback]

Carolyn Brown
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  • Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca; 1 edition (1 Nov 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402224370
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402224379
  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 10.8 x 17.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,129,752 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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One Lucky Cowboy Jane's not going to let this hot, hostile cowboy run her off his land when all she needs is a lucky break... Full description

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4.0 out of 5 stars good 24 Sep 2013
By Rosco
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Very good read. Took a. While to get started but worth it in the end. Will be reading more by this author.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A firecracker romance 2 April 2011
By Wendy L. Hines - Published on
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Ellacyn Jane Hayes is about to have the happiest day of her life. But on the eve before her wedding day, she sees her fiance' making out with his "sister". She also overhears their plans to murder Ellacyn on the honeymoon. Ellacyn knows she needs to hide for six weeks until her twenty-fifth birthday, the day she inherits the family ranch and oil business.

She leaves in the middle of the night and fortune shines down on her hours later at a bus station. Nellie Luckadeau has been wanting to hire some extra help and "Jane Days" will fill the job nicely. The only drawback to the situation is Nellie's grandson, Slade, who believes Jane is a con artist.

Slade does everything he can think of to get Jane to leave, but she is bullheaded. But when a flyer is being posted around town about the missing heiress, Jane knows she must come clean and reveal her past.

Slade and Jane go on the run for a few weeks, hiding out until her birthday, and trying to stay a step ahead of her ex-fiance' and his partner who are still looking for her to finish the job. They fight like cats and dogs, but soon find themselves heating up the sheets.

Wonderful characters, seamless writing, and a firecracker romance has Carolyn Brown at the top of her game. ONE LUCKY COWBOY will have you craving a cowboy of your own. Loved it!
42 of 51 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Who are these people? And what Jerry Springer Show did they escape from? 14 Jun 2010
By Meerkat - Published on
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Where to begin....while there are scenes of this book that are amusing and somewhat entertaining, there is a great deal more of it that is just plain awful. The dialogue is stilted and unnatural. What I am assuming is supposed to be banter between the main characters doesn't sound like the way two adults with two brain cells to rub together would talk. There are some genuinely amusing moments between Jane and Slade, but then the very next moment, there are inane catfights (in parking lots and Walmarts, no less) that make you wonder "Who are these people and what Jerry Springer show did they escape from?" Was the author going for a hardworking "salt of the Earth" kind of thing with these characters? They're wealthy, and they've got good old fashioned values? Not likely! Both of the main characters of this book (Slade and Jane) prove that having money obviously does not give you tact, or knowledge, or class for that matter. They argue like middle schoolers. Seriously, I was waiting for Jane to tell Slade, "I know you are, but what am I?" The heroine has a few tirades where she says "Nobody calls me white trash" and I found myself thinking "Well stop acting like it". And did we really have to read about the lyrics to every song they heard and/or danced to? Or the plot lines of the films they watched? Or the scenes where Jane and Slade dance and the rest of the people present all gather around them to watch and cheer. It's the type of thing a pre-pubescent girl pictures because she thinks it sounds dreamy, romantic and sweet. Then she (hopefully) grows up and realizes how tacky it all is. Honestly, the characters of this book (secondary as well as primary) prove to be tactless, ignorant, low class, people who are chugging down too much heart stoppin food and massive amounts of liquor, all so they can end up at the wedding ceremony (barefoot and pregnant no less) and head on over to their double wide trailer....whoooo-weeeee. Instead of charming, they're more along the line of slack-jawed yokels that tip toe dangerously close to the line of Deliverance (hmmm, there are several references to a pig...I'm just saying). Yikes! There's the "happily ever after" every girl dreams of.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wowzers...this book was great! 30 Dec 2010
By M. Wheeler - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
I bought this book because I have red almost everything else. I figured I would like it and enjoy myself but never expected it to be so much fun. This book has a super cute story that would make for a good book but what makes it GREAT is that I laughed my bootie off thru the whole book. The yaya sister hood thing going on with these amazing older women will just crack you up as well as the cute story that has a little of everything you could want in a romance. It isnt very graphic...heck it isnt anything like most will lead up to and pick up after the bed scenes, which was still fine. If you are fimiliar with Kathryn Sparks, and Lynsday sands and how you get the romance and the comical stuff into one will this book goes to all new levels in the comical stuff...way to much fun.

You get hunky Slade who doesnt trust Jane Day at all...he believes she is con artist or something and wants nothing more then for her to leave.

Jane shows up after being found at a bus station where she just came from trying to runa and hide from the assassin that she was engaged to and had plotted all along to have killed her on the honeymoon. In nned of room and board she takes the offer Nellie makes for $100 a week and room and board to frive her around and help on the ranch with cooking and stuff.

More her then meets the eye and will keep you guessing. As far as Slade finds his meddling grannie trying to hook him up with Jane and fights it all the way to the alter. The road they travel is a blast and i just have to say I love this sassy girl who gives as good as she gets but is still all girl!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Could Have Been Better 8 May 2011
By silverfeather - Published on
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A bride-to-be discovers the groom-to-be has been hired to kill her. She runs. The runaway bride meets up with Granny and is hired to work at her ranch. Male lead is protective of his Granny and takes instant dislike to what he believes is a gold-digging woman. Sparks fly, danger mounts, and emotional tensions escalate. Characters and events have the makings of a good story. It just didn't quite get there for me.

Judicious editing out of some portions may have kept the story moving along at a better pace. I felt it dragged, had unnecessary foul language and repetitive phrases. Excessive references to published books and recordings were basically footnoted within the text (rather like seeing the bibliography contained within the story).
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars a mess 31 Aug 2013
By Victoria Sweets - Published on
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I got through 1/3 of this book and had to stop. Characters' actions weren't consistent with their personalities. There was little to no chemistry between the leads and I found myself not caring if they got together. In addition, the author kept dropping religious references- enough to make me periodically check the book description to see if it was a christian romance book. To top it off, there were 0 segues and characters were compelled to speak their secrets out loud to themselves.
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