Wednesday, 1 April 2020

Audio: A cowboy like you by Donna Grant

Narrated by: Rebecca Estrella
Series: Heart of Texas Series, Book 4
Length: 7 hrs and 44 mins
Unabridged Audiobook
Release date: 03-17-20
Language: English
Publisher: Tantor Audio
Romantic suspense
For review

I really felt for Skylar, her ex wasn't just an asshat, he was a nasty piece of humanshite.

Danny and Skylar knew each other in HS, and he fancied her, but nothing ever happened. They meet again as she is running from her ex. Ok so yes not the best time to meet again, and sure I do wish more time had gone by. But then again, if you fall in love you fall in love. And they do try to take it slowly, and not you know jump each other at once.

The ex was a abusive, possessive scumbag. I hated him so much. And I want to say more, but spoilers, but oh it made me mad.

Danny was a good guy (I had to ask Carole about the whole cop vs sheriff thing and I still do not get it). But yes he is the sheriff.

Skylar was strong and determined. They were perfect for each other.

But before that there is a lot of ex drama, and more drama. And danger.

I liked it. There are lot of background people from previous books, but it still work great as it is.

Narrator
I liked Estrella, I have listened to her before (cowboy romances), and she is always great 

Danny Oldman, the handsome Lone Star sheriff, is still single. He tells himself, and anyone who asks, that he is married to his job - and what matters most is keeping the people of his beloved Texas hometown safe. The truth? Danny still hasn't gotten over his high school crush. She moved away after graduation and took Danny's heart with her.

Skylar Long never thought she would have to flee Houston and return home - where it all began for her. But that's what happened after the man of her dreams turned out to be an actual nightmare. Now, Skylar is desperate to escape her obsessive boyfriend. Nothing shocks her more than seeing Danny again and realizing that their long-ago attraction is more powerful than ever. But can she and Danny find a way to fight against Skylar's wealthy, powerful ex who is dead set on tearing them apart?

12 comments:

  1. LOL sorry I couldn't explain it well, because I'm not even 100% sure. Too confusing.

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  2. I should try Donna Grant again. I read one of her books and didn't really care for the story, but maybe it was a fluke. Glad to hear you enjoyed the story! :)

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    1. Well she does write in another genre too, but I did have a dud here too once

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  3. I believe sheriffs are elected officials and work for the county and are in charge - whereas cops usually work for the city and are the ones out patrolling.

    Of course, there are more specifics and exceptions to all that but that's the basics of it lol It is all very confusing because there are also state patrol officers, correction officers and all that.

    I always forget how weird our systems must sound to no US people lol We do tend to make things overly complicated.

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    1. I will just leave it to you being weird and making more bureaucracy ;)
      But I am seeing the light now

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  4. Ha I don't get the cop and sheriff thing either! Sounds like a good read.

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  5. I know you enjoy the cowboy romance genre too! I never heard of the narrator, hope she does those accents well!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  6. I loved the first book in this series and really need to get back to it. I am glad you enjoyed this one!

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