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The Texas Cowboy (Contemporary Cowboy Romance) by [Lane, Katheryn]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 399 KB
  • Print Length: 101 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00H4D5DS0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
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The Texas Cowboy is another great read by Katheryn Lane. I have read most of this author's books and when I heard about her latest novel I just couldn't wait to read it. This is a western cowboy romance that did not disappoint! Vicky flies to Texas to stay with her cousin, Laura, who has ideas of pairing her up with a rich oilman. However, Vicky meets the delectable Jack Cassidy and falls for him quickly... Things don't go as smoothly as she'd like when Jack's ex girlfriend turns up in town! And then her problems began... I could not put this book down. It was beautifully written and completely satisfied the romantic in me! I read this in one sitting and will read again in the future for sure. Well done to the author for another wonderful read.
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The story follows Jack, a Texan cowboy and Victoria (aka Vicky), a British tourist. The story was nice, it's a love at first sight kind of thing. Jack and Vicky are very likable characters; Jack is your typical silent type cowboy and Vicky is a very relaxed go with the flow kind of girl.

Vicky is in town visiting her cousin Laura, whom I personally found irritating as hell, there are not enough words to describe how shallow she is. Anyway, Vicky and Jack develop a romance, except Jack left out 1 very important detail when he made a reference to his ex, and it's not ex-girlfriend, its ex-wife (not divorced, just separated). The twist in the book was totally not what I was expecting, it will shock you.

This book would have scored much higher with me if the ending was a little longer, the ending just didn't wrap up as nicely as I would have wanted.

I still say read, if you have time to kill, grab a copy, it's a quick short story that will keep you entertained.
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Once again I was attracted to the cover. Attractive guy. Cowboy hat. (I seem to like cowboys in stories, so I was sorted!)

The thing I feel I have to mention first is Laura. She is so annoying! She's so reliant on image, it's unbelievable. I wanted to smack her several times throughout the book.

Then I'll mention Jack. That first meeting of eyes across the street, the wink and his words: "I've never been to England, but they say it's real pretty. Welcome to Texas, Vicky. Give me a call sometime and I'll show you the sights. I might even be able to show you a few things that your cousin doesn't know about." He gave he another broad wink and tipped his hat." I liked him right then.

And as for Vicky. Good for her for wanting to go out with Jack, even while her cousin disapproves! As an English girl myself, I was cheering her on. Who doesn't think about cowboys wanting to sweep you off your feet? Okay, probably not everyone but I like the idea.

The storyline seems to follow a series of unfortunate events between Jack and Vicky where they miss each others calls or see the other with someone else and jump to the wrong conclusions. When it all got resolved it was all very sweet and romantic.

It was a short read, just over 100 pages, but it was quite romantic when they finally got together and I liked it. If you're looking for a short romance or a nice cowboy read then you should give this a try.
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Amazon.com: 3.9 out of 5 stars 19 reviews
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sweet romance 22 Jan. 2014
By Christy English - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I loved this new one by Katheryn Lane...this book kept me company during an insomniac night, and I did not even miss the sleep. What a lovely story!
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ride em cowboy! 11 Jan. 2014
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Easy to read. Such lovable, believable characters. A quick read. Down to earth story & settings. Heartwarming. A contrast between riches.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Fun Contemporary Romance! 30 Jan. 2014
By julie whiteley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
The Texas Cowboy by Katheryn Lane is a 2013 publication. I was provided a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.

Vicky has flown in from England to visit her cousin Laura who lives in Dallas, Texas. This is a bit of culture shock for Vicky. When she spots a real life cowboy she takes his picture. Her upper crust cousin nearly has a stroke, especially when the cowboy takes notice and walks over to introduce himself. Vicky is charmed by Jack Cassidy and the feeling is mutual. Jack thinks Vicky is attractive and her British accent is a real turn on to him.
After a little bit of trouble getting in touch, the two manage to meet again. Vicky is smart enough to keep her flirtation with Cowboy Jack a secret from her cousin. Laura has a set Vicky up on date with someone she thinks Vicky should pursue because of his wealth.
Meanwhile, Laura is going through a crisis and Vicky agrees to be her confidante. Eventually, the truth will have to come out for everyone and wow... there are some real bombshells coming. Is there a chance at true love with Jack or will Vicky have to return to England ?

This was a really cute contemporary romance. I can see someone coming to Texas with these preconceived notions about cowboys being everywhere. To run into one in such an unlikely spot was funny and taking his picture like he was a tourist attraction was even funnier. Laura's character was spot on for someone from the area the author was talking about. Vicky was much easier to relate to and I liked her open and honest style. She hated secrets and lies, but would keep a confidence if asked to. Jack was super sexy and down to earth, but he was also trying to move on from a bad relationship which still had him on edge. He knows he wants Vicky in his life, but there happen to be a few serious complications that could keep that from happening.
The secondary characters like Laura's housekeeper and Jack's sister help round out the story when the couple need a little help and advice.
This is a novella and the author has asked that you let her know if you would like to hear more about this couple in the future. I vote YES!
Overall a B+
3.0 out of 5 stars The story was nice, it's a love at first sight kind of ... 16 Jun. 2015
By Elle Markov - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
The story follows Jack, a Texan cowboy and Victoria (aka Vicky), a British tourist. The story was nice, it's a love at first sight kind of thing. Jack and Vicky are very likable characters; Jack is your typical silent type cowboy and Vicky is a very relaxed go with the flow kind of girl.

Vicky is in town visiting her cousin Laura, whom I personally found irritating as hell, there are not enough words to describe how shallow she is. Anyway, Vicky and Jack develop a romance, except Jack left out 1 very important detail when he made a reference to his ex, and it's not ex-girlfriend, its ex-wife (not divorced, just separated). The twist in the book was totally not what I was expecting, it will shock you.

This book would have scored much higher with me if the ending was a little longer, the ending just didn't wrap up as nicely as I would have wanted.

I still say read, if you have time to kill, grab a copy, it's a quick short story that will keep you entertained.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A change of location for this Romance author 23 Dec. 2013
By Grady Harp - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Katheryn Lane is well known for her chick lit novels about the Middle East - The Desert Sheikh, A bride for the Sheikh, The Sheikh's Beloved, The Royal Sheikh - as well as one with a Latin flavor (Her Latin Lover). Now she transports us to another desert like locale, yet this one is more familiar to her large American audience in that she places the action in Dallas, Texas. Lane has her character development down so well that jumping form the mysticism of a sheikh's world into that of a cowboy world that the transition is seamless. That is not to say THE TEXAS COWBOY is simply a copy of her other novels (unless you count all love stories as copies!) - far from it. Lane is able to take on the twangy language and the atmosphere of the massively large Texas landscape and find all the idiosyncrasies to her use. Lane lives in the Middle East but made an investigative journey to Texas to absorb the arena in which she had elected to play out her latest novel.

Jack Cassidy is the hunky cowboy of the title - a man who has become reclusive since the failure of his relationship with his ex-wife, the gorgeous but untamable Carrie, a figure whose presence remains throughout the novel. Jack now spends is time with his horses and his ranch duties. Enter Victoria (Vicky) Baker, fresh from England to visit her cousin Laura Hanson in Dallas. Yes, Vicky and Jack encounter and while there is a chemistry between the two, their approach to the dangerous love dance is negative influenced by Laura (who sees life from another stance and believes the educated and elegant Vicky belongs in the arms of a wealthy Texan instead of a dusty cowboy) and by Carrie and her grating near sadistic ploys to reenter Jack's life. The relationship has its highs and lows (and Lane knows very well how to write about physical attraction), and in the end...well, reading the book will share that.

Lane knows her writing recipe well and has a real gift for creating and resolving tension, both intellectually and physically This is a fine little adventure for a reader who loves romance novels. Grady Harp, December 13
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