Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Red's Hot Cowboy by Carolyn Brown

Woohoo! I was so excited when I received Carolyn Brown's new book to review! I love her writing and her books are awesome!  Those cowboys just get me excited.

Katy Pearl Richland 'Pearl' is a party girl.  But when her aunt passes away and bequeaths everything to Pearl, she doesn't waste much time leaving the big city for a small town.  She's new new owner of The Loghorn Inn motel and it may be run-down, but Pearl has some ideas. She loves owning her own business but she doesn't like the fact she doesn't have time to party or a date.

When the power goes out, the Inn gets full for the first time and Pearl is on her toes catering to her guests needs.  Wil Marshall may be a nice tall drink of water but Pearl keeps murmuring to herself that he is a bad boy.....bad.  When he gets arrested while staying there for murding someone, her instincts are right on.  But Wil is innocent and he can't keep his eyes or his hands off of Pearl.  They give as good as they get and the sparks fly in this western contemporary romance.

Ms. Brown is a superstar at writing western romances and Red's Hot Cowboy is full-throttle fun.  The characters are spitfires with hearts of gold.  The chemistry between Pearl and Wil will knock your socks off and the whole cast is entertaining, as only Ms. Brown's can be.  Another surefire winner! I loved it!!

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