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Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Review: Catching the Cowboy by Kennedy Fox

Title: Catching the Cowboy
Author: Kennedy Fox 
Publication date: April 21, 2020
Stars: 5


Settling down and starting a family is something Diesel has considered, regardless of his one-night stand reputation. However, he just might be single forever since who he wants is off-limits—his best friend’s little sister.

He’s been in love with her for years, but betraying his friendship could ruin everything.
Rowan Bishop is over men, especially after finding out her boyfriend cheated and left her heartbroken. After graduating from college, she’s back home and has to face the one guy who purposely gets under her skin—her older brother’s best friend.

She hates that she’s attracted to him, but she’s willing to fight for who she wants.

Spending time together is a bad idea, but neither can deny the chemistry sizzling between them. Late night talks turn into spontaneous adventures and just when Rowan’s willing to admit how she truly feels, Diesel’s past catches up with him and ruins their picture perfect romance.

One secret turns into another and before either can grasp their new reality, more truths unravel—threatening to expose their forbidden relationship.

I absolutely loved reading about River's kids. I honestly was a little bit nervous to read the next generation but these love stories are keeping me going right now with everything that is happening in the world. The book did remind me in minor ways of Keeping Him and I did have to mentally skip over anything that would ruin Hitching the Cowboy because I haven't read it yet. I went a little out of order and I really don't suggest it even though they are "stand alone books" they are in a series. I honestly really recommend reading this whole series you will find characters you absolutely love and absolutely despise. Plus, the whole series is worth a read. It's been my favorite series to read this year. I was a little confused on how "That Don't Impress Me Much" by Shania Twain and the other country songs listed in this book are considered old school. I'm 26 and I grew up listening to them, I'm literally older than those songs. I guess this is why reading the next generation is hard because it would have been her parents listening to it, not her grandparents. Alright, that love is blind reference means it's 2020. So it would have totally have been their generation. I am not a big fan of Riley in this book, I hope he isn't such a dick in Hitching The Cowboy or the book will be difficult for me to go back to read. It's the only book in the series I've missed so far. Such an adorable story, with the always predictable falling in love, something almost breaks them, then they get back together and get married and have a 2.5 kids and live happily ever after. I really suggest reading it and I can't wait until October (unless it gets delayed or published early) for Wrangling the Cowboy.

*Note: This is a full-length stand-alone novel in the Circle B Ranch series and a spin-off from the Bishop Brothers series. You don’t need to read any of the other books beforehand to enjoy this one!*

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Meet Kennedy Fox

Brooke Cumberland and Lyra Parish are a duo of romance authors who teamed up under the USA Today pseudonym, Kennedy Fox. They share a love of Hallmark movies & overpriced coffee. When they aren’t bonding over romantic comedies, they like to brainstorm new book ideas. One day, they decided to collaborate under a pseudonym and have some fun creating new characters that’ll make you blush and your heart melt. If you enjoy romance stories with sexy, tattooed alpha males and smart, quirky, independent women, then a Kennedy Fox book is for you! They’re looking forward to bringing you many more stories to fall in love with!

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