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Luckiest Cowboy of All (Happy, Texas, #3)

A secret baby brings a second chance for love.

Carlene Varner’s homecoming isn’t exactly going according to plan. She thought she’d have some time to adjust before introducing her daughter to Jace Dawson, the father her little girl has never known. Instead, within days of her arrival, her house burns down and she and Tilly have no choice but to move in with the sexy cowboy

Carlene Varner’s homecoming isn’t exactly going according to plan. She thought she’d have some time to adjust before introducing her daughter to Jace Dawson, the father her little girl has never known. Instead, within days of her arrival, her house burns down and she and Tilly have no choice but to move in with the sexy cowboy himself at the Prairie Rose ranch. Now the whole Dawson clan – heck, the whole town of Happy – is all up in their business.

Jace has dealt with stubborn bulls and bucking broncos – but being a dad? He is so not ready for this… Yet the more time he spends with Carlene and little Tilly, the harder it is to imagine life without them. Now he just has to convince Carlene that he’s the real deal – and hope that this time she’s here to stay.
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    Anna's Herding Cats

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (review will be live 2/6/18)
    Amazon: http://amzn.to/2Crdss6

    Luckiest Cowboy of All my ample white ass! This book made me so mad!

    The Gist: Charlene’s decided she needs roots and it’s time to head back home 9 years after she packed up her bags and fled. Those 9 years? Well she’s been hiding her daughter from the baby daddy. Now she’s just hoping maybe he won’t realize he’s the daddy until she’s ready to tell him. Ugh!

    First. I loved Jace. He’s a stand up

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (review will be live 2/6/18)
    Amazon: http://amzn.to/2Crdss6

    Luckiest Cowboy of All my ample white ass! This book made me so mad!

    The Gist: Charlene’s decided she needs roots and it’s time to head back home 9 years after she packed up her bags and fled. Those 9 years? Well she’s been hiding her daughter from the baby daddy. Now she’s just hoping maybe he won’t realize he’s the daddy until she’s ready to tell him. Ugh!

    First. I loved Jace. He’s a stand up guy down to his well worn in cowboy boots. Hard working, caring, there for his family. He’s got that cowboy swagger. Rides bulls, saves cows, tends to kittens. I adored his character. He’s just an amazing guy.

    Charlene, though? I was really hoping a horse would fall on her and crush her selfish bitch ass. It’s a ranch. It could happen! Then Jace could raise his daughter and find a decent woman to spend forever with. I had absolutely no respect for Charlene. She had no regrets for hiding her daughter. Never once apologized. Never got down on her knees and begged forgiveness for robbing both Jace and their daughter of so many years. I loathed this woman who after 200+ pages was still contemplating moving to another country so she wouldn’t have to “share her daughter” with Jace and his family. And she had absolutely no good reason for leaving in the first place. They were in love, he wanted forever with her and she just decided on her own to leave town, cut off all communication, forbid anyone who knew from telling him because…he was too young to be a dad and she didn’t want to ruin his life.

    I was so disappointed for Jace. And for his little girl. They both deserve better. The romance was lackluster, too. They had absolutely no chemistry even if it was pointed out nearly every time they were next to each other that the sparks were flying. That never actually came across the page. And the sex scenes were near closed doors.

    So, yes. Jace was awesome. The little girl…not bad. The kitten totally cute. The rest…not worth it at all. This was not at all what I expect from a Carolyn Brown book. It was like reading a completely different author.

    My only hope is this is a starter marriage and at some point down the line a horse will actually come through and he’ll end up a widowed hero and another romance will happen featuring him as a single daddy nursing a broken heart and a real cowgirl with a good heart will help him find an actual happily ever after.

    *growl*


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    ♥Rachel♥

    Feb 24, 2018

    rated it
    liked it

    Loved Jace Dawson and the Dawson clan, but Carlene was another story. I just couldn’t get past the fact that didn’t tell Jace about Tilly for nine years! Her reasons for why she did it weren’t good enough for me. She deprived Jace of seeing his child grow up and she wasn’t really sorry about it. I think Jace was very forgiving in view of the situation.

    Normally, I love Carolyn Brown’s cowboy romances, but Carlene’s actions really impacted my enjoyment.

    A copy was kindly provided by Forever via N

    Normally, I love Carolyn Brown’s cowboy romances, but Carlene’s actions really impacted my enjoyment.

    A copy was kindly provided by Forever via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

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    Aly

    Feb 03, 2018

    rated it
    liked it

    3.5

    Carlene inherited her aunt’s house in Happy, Texas and with a new job as a fifth grade teacher, she’s ready to give roots to her eight-years-old daughter Tilly. The trouble is her aunt Rosalie had already sold the house to Jace Dawson last year and the land is promised to the rodeo association for demolition. But that’s not the only problem. Carlene and Jace dated in their senior years. He thought it was love, but she thought it was lust. So when she ended up pregnant and her parents relocate

    Carlene inherited her aunt’s house in Happy, Texas and with a new job as a fifth grade teacher, she’s ready to give roots to her eight-years-old daughter Tilly. The trouble is her aunt Rosalie had already sold the house to Jace Dawson last year and the land is promised to the rodeo association for demolition. But that’s not the only problem. Carlene and Jace dated in their senior years. He thought it was love, but she thought it was lust. So when she ended up pregnant and her parents relocated to Florida, she never said a word to him about it even if they stayed in touch for a little while and then she stopped giving news completely. It takes one look at Carlene’s daughter for Jace to do the math and realize who’s the father.

    Like most people, I’m really not a fan of the whole “I never told the hero we had a child together” trope. It bothers me. But when I already knows it from the back cover and it doesn’t come as a surprise, it’s usually easier for me to accept it. And also when there’s not too many ressentment and bitterness between the protagonists because of it, even if I totally understand why the guy would be pissed. Having said that, I still think everyone accepted too easily the fact that Carlene stole him from almost a decade of his child’s life. It’s totally justified in case of violence, abuse and the like but thinking the man was not ready to be a father figure at the time is not an excuse and I couldn’t help but find it totally selfish. That’s probably why, even if I had a great time reading this book, I didn’t loved it like I usually do with this author’s books and I don’t think it was her most believable romance either. What was believable was the way that Jace and Tilly needed time to get used to each other and being related. And the sweetness and the funny was still there too. Jace is a patient and sexy cowboy :p

    And will I be there and cheering for the next Carolyn Brown’s book, you can bet on it !
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