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She has three potential men in her life during Frosted Cowboy, there is Tom the man she meets in a western themed bar, while drinking Frosted Cowboys who definitely doesn't want a commitment ever, but does proposition her very early on. There is Jake, who to pardon the expression, is sex on legs, but has a reputation to go with it too, and there is also Fireman Mike, who Laney unfortunately finds quite dull.
Laney is also a fashion designer, but after an incident at a wedding, where the brides mum took a dislike to her, she was sacked (and there is a bit more too it than that and its really amusing, but I don't want to give away the more fun details). From that she has to reinvent herself and I loved her new design work and the journey it takes her on.
One of my favourite paragraphs was quite early in the book, where there is a whole bit with what could be classed as excessive use of the F word, but is actually illustrating just what a versatile word it really is, and the way its written had me burst into laughter.
There are plenty of other amusing sections to the book, which account for the overall bouncy and light hearted feel to Frosted Cowboy. The story feels pretty fast paced, and I found myself really enjoying what I was reading, and the way it was written.
The story shows how blinkered we can be in the present by what has happened to us in the past, and how easy it can be for anyone to become what we don't want to be. In spite of what I've just written, the novel isn't heavy nor is it particularly deep, but strikes a nice balance between drama and humour.
I particularly loved the relationship between Laney and Jake, and part of me wanted her to tame the irascible bad boy in him at the same time as yelling at her to run for the hills. Tom is a good compromise between the stud and a keeper.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
“I’m the girl who makes men realize they need to be married – to someone else.”
Woweeeee, I loved this book!
Okay, time for recap....in the prequel, Love on the Rocks (With Salt), Laney caught her fiancé, Kyle on the kitchen counter with the law firm’s paralegal... noooooo!
With a lot of begging from Natalie (Laney’s roommate), she agrees to go out with her to a local bar. There she meets hot, sexy, sassy, I-don’t-do-relationships, aspiring screenwriter, Tom (but he also works as a massage therapist, specializing in reflexology during the day)...imagine that!!!
The next morning she runs into Tom at Mel’s Diner and...let’s just say...they didn’t do the wine-and-dine thingy, they ended up having the bed-and-breakfast thingy!
This was such a brilliant read.
Great title & cover.
Funny as hell!
Loads of wtf moments! This will keep you entertained from page one until the very last page!
I muster a “Don’t worry about it” while I try to figure out how saying the “F word” is crude but peeing on your friend isn’t. I think my nice fireman might have some serious mental problems.
Laney & Mike
“What?” he asks innocently. “I’m just looking.”
“Yeah, but I know that look.”
Laney & Tom
“You know”, Tom says to me, “I think I’ve finally figured out what it is I like about you.”
“The way I grab your ears when I’m coming?”
He laughs. “No, though I like that too. I love that you’re not afraid of being who you are.”
Laney & Tom
I HIGHLY recommend this for all romance addicts!
***I would like to thank the author, Charlene Ross, for providing me with a free copy of Frosted Cowboy for a fair and honest review.
I had no concrete idea of what to expect of 'Frosted Cowboy' before I picked it up, but it turned out to be a fun and light chick lit read. The book focuses on main character Laney Delaney who has suddenly lost both her job and fiancé, and is forced to start over. While the storyline of the book is a basic one often seen within the chick lit genre (the heroine loses it all and has to start over, figuring things out along the way), author Charlene Ross definitely tried to give it her own twist. There's a main focus on Laney's love life (with three different men vying for her attention), with also a secondary storyline that focuses on her work/job. While the basis for a good novel is definitely there, I just couldn't help but feel there was something missing.
I would have liked it if the novel had been a bit more fast-paced and had focused some more on all the main and secondary characters, because I didn't really feel like I got to know any of them that well.Read more ›