Thursday, March 03, 2011

Cowboy Take Me Away

Cowboy, Take Me Away (Harlequin Special Edition)

About the Book:
Her camera didn't lie. When photographer Skyler Quinn first fixed her lens on gorgeous cowboy Trace Wolf Track, she liked what she saw but didn’t give it much thought. Until everywhere she went—the rodeo, the Double D Wild Horse Sanctuary— there he was, and the heat between them built to the boiling point.

As a widow struggling with debts and loyalties from a former life, Skyler needed to stay focused, especially if she wanted to achieve her dream of becoming a mother. Was Trace a fatal distraction, a mere summer fling? Or did this younger man—so deep, so passionate—hold the key to a future that would make all her dreams come true?

My Comments:
As short romances go, the characters in this one have more depth than many.  Unfortunately, like many of them, the couple falls in lust quickly, and goes to bed shortly thereafter.  Still, there is some depth to Sykler's character--she a former local pageant queen turned nanny turned stepmother turned widow who is setting goals and working toward them.  Trace has some pain in his past, and suffers from physical injury in the book but he doesn't want a nurse or a mom.  Guess how it ends?  An overworked phrase describes the book best "It is what it is" and if a quick predictable happy ending is what you want, I think you'll enjoy Cowboy, Take Me Away (Harlequin Special Edition)

I'd like to thank the publisher for making a review copy available via NetGalley.  Grade:  B.

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