Thursday 26 May 2022

Audio review: That cowboy of mine

Narrated by: Monica King

Length: 8 hrs and 12 mins

Release date: 04-26-22

Publisher: Tantor Audio

Romantic suspense

To review

A bit of romantic suspense, and I totally understand why it was difficult to trust the love interest here. Even if I knew.

Dillon inherited a ranch, but she keeps having accidents, and someone wants to buy it. Then it gets dangerous.

Cal wakes up drunk and accused of having stolen a horse. And he knows the person who wants to buy her ranch. I totally understand why it is hard to trust him even though he helps her.

Lots of danger, and a budding romance. They worked well together, but things kept coming at them so they had a tough road to travel.

I liked this narrator. I am unsure if I have listened to her before, but I would do it anything. She brought the drama

Dillon Young is proud that she inherited her aunt’s ranch. The problem: someone is trying to run her off and is willing to do whatever it takes. Strange, dangerous things keep happening. Dillion suspects her no-good neighbor and fellow wealthy rancher Hank Stephens. Never a man to get his hands dirty, he sends others to get the job done. So, when the irresistible Cal Bennett is found passed out drunk on her property, Dillion is on high alert. Until someone takes a shot at her and Cal springs to her rescue. When the hard-bodied, no-nonsense-talking cowboy points out that she may need some help, Dillion is inclined to reluctantly agree.

Waking up on a stranger’s property with a shotgun in his face is not Cal Bennett’s idea of a good time. Never mind that the woman on the other end of the barrel is one of the most fiercely beautiful women he has ever seen. Things get more interesting when he finds himself shielding her from flying bullets. It’s clear that this smart, savvy woman could use a hand and he is all too happy to lend any part of his body she requires. His proposal: pose as lovers until they find out who is after her ranch. As the danger rises and secrets are revealed, the passion explodes between them. There is no turning back.


  1. It's been a minute since I read a western/cowboy romance! I like the romantic suspense element.


  2. If there's a suspense element to it, I'm definitely more interested.

  3. I do want to read more of Donna Grant's cowboy books. This sounds really good!



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