After years of
dealing with her controlling father, Lauren Redstone has
reason to celebrate. Having sealed the deal on her first big
break for her retro prop company, Lauren’s celebration in Las
Vegas with a bit too much champagne sends her tumbling into
the arms of one utterly delicious cowboy. For Lauren, a night
of passion with a real cowboy has always been her most secret
fantasy. But fate has more in store for the beautiful
businesswoman than she planned on. An impulsive decision
leads to a hasty marriage between the two lovers, and sends
Lauren rabbitting the next morning.
Marriage may not
have been in the plans for Grayson Turner, but for the
gorgeous businessman-turned-rancher, it’s love at first
sight. Now he just has to convince his commitment-shy wife to
feel the same, and he’ll use every sensual weapon in his
arsenal to do so. Will this sexy cowboy convince his wife to
take a gamble on love?
If I had to pick
only one word to describe Where Have All the Cowboys
Gone? it would be “fresh.” Simply fresh. From the
very beginning of the book, Kate Pearce took me on a
fast-moving journey of two strangers, neither of whom had been
looking for love, who are swept up in a whirlwind marriage. I
found Ms. Pearce’s book to be both sexy and utterly charming.
Lauren and Grayson are both endearing characters and I was
highly entertained watching the two try and out-maneuver one
another. I felt connected to them both, and understood where
both sides were coming from as they tried to figure out if
their marriage could last. Even as the hero and heroine steam
up the page, I never lost sight of the growing emotional bond
between the two. I found myself rapidly turning the page in
the wee hours of the morning, desperate to see if Lauren and
Grayson would be able to make their marriage last.
Like a cool breeze
in the heat of summer, Ms. Pearce has a fresh voice and a
knack for creating intriguing, likeable characters.
Where Have All the Cowboys Gone? is guaranteed to
quicken the pulse, charm the reader, and bring a smile to your
face; it sure did for me.