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Monday, May 4, 2015

Cowboy, Remind Me – Summer Read

If you’re looking for a summer read that a teenager all the way up to a grandmother would love, you’ll find it in Danita Cahill’s Cowboy, Remind Me. This novel is a sweet contemporary western set in a Rodeo town in Montana.

The story has heart and humor along with a good helping of believing in yourself.  This story is for everyone who has ever come through a tragedy and wondered if their life could go back to normal and for everyone who has had to learn to stand up for themselves. The witty dialogue, real secondary characters, charismatic hero, and realistic heroine make for an uplifting read.

Blurb for Cowboy, Remind Me

FAIRY TALE WEDDING... 

Leah Poole never wanted a fairy-tale wedding, so when she finds herself smack dab in the midst of planning her own big, over-the-top wedding she starts to shut down. Nothing feels right. She can’t even find a wedding dress she likes. 

HE LOVES ME...HE LOVES ME NOT... 

Leah loves her fiancé, Colton Rafferty. She’s been fond of him since they played together as children. Leah can’t believe he’s chosen her to spend his life with – Colton is a handsome, successful, wealthy businessman, while Leah’s a full-figured, low-income, hometown cowgirl. But as Colton and Leah’s wedding date draws nearer, it feels less and less like they’re a match made in heaven, and more and more like they’re a jigsaw puzzle with missing pieces. 

THE COWBOY BROTHER… 

Colton’s brother, Clay, is a rodeo cowboy, an Oregon ranch hand, and a temporary maintenance man at Pine Creek, Montana’s grand old Milton Motel – the venue where Leah and Colton plan to exchange their vows. Bumping into Clay over and over surfaces a flood of buried memories, and Leah starts questioning herself. Is she marrying the right brother? And will she figure out the answer before she’s exchanged vows with the wrong man? 

Buy Link: Amazon


3 comments:

Diana McCollum said...

What a perfect summer read! Cowboys are the best!!

Sarah Raplee said...

This sounds like a fun read! Thanks, Paty!

Judith Ashley said...

Thanks, Paty, for reminding me of Danita Cahill. I really enjoyed her short story when she joined us on the Free Reads blog.