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Cowboy Confessions

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After a career ending accident, Ross Turner becomes a hermit on a farm. Jessi Wallace is determined to help Ross get over his depression like she’s done with horses. 
This was a sweet story. I liked both characters and the plot. I really liked the journey that Ross went through during the book. I recommend.
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This book I did not finish and I do not have a review to go with it. I started reading but didn't feel the book. It was not for me.
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This is my first book by this author but it wont be my last i really enjoyed this book i'm a bit of a sucker for a cowboy and this did not disappoint its has a great plot and super characters.A well written nice read cant wait for more.
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This is a good read that kept me interested and entertained. An injured bull rider isolates himself in a decrepit ranch in New Brunswick, Canada, and his parents convince a childhood friend, a horse healer, to apply her therapeutic skills in the reclusive hero.
With well developed characters, a good story line and a different setting, this romance novel is predictable but quite enjoyable, with solid writing, great dialogue and some cute or funny aspects, many related to the adventurous dog, Fox, the stray adopted by the hero.
I liked how the hero very gradually evolved from the rude, grumpy, antisocial man to a somehow caring and affectionate person; the author developed this process very well, with some humor (I appreciated the funny twist on the gentleman aspect, when, after another uncomfortable night, he muses that the heroine “could at least have offered to take turns on the couch”).
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Thank you.
Enjoyed it.
Will purchase copies for family and friends.
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