I liked the interaction between Tyron and Jane. They are an adorable couple, with their back and forth banter. There are action and plenty of humor throughout the book. In all, part of the reason A Cowboy’s Dare is such a great read is that it keeps you entertained. I stayed up until an indecent hour reading and then finished as soon as I woke up the next morning.
You should read A Cowboy’s Dare because it is a fantastic story about forgiveness, acceptance, and how God’s love and mercy provide for our weaknesses. It is also a delightful read that will keep you turning pages and, if you are like me, waiting on pins and needles for the next in the series.
About the book:
Tyrone woke up with a headache—and a wife. And he’s never been so scared in his
Mayor’s daughter Jane Montgomery has always wanted to be more than a social ornament, and now that her father has given her a three-month deadline to find a suitable husband, she’s desperate. Desperate enough to run away from her pampered life of ribbons and bows to pursue her dream of becoming a mechanical engineer.
But right before her planned escape, she’s the victim of a matchmaking prank involving spiked punch and a certain local rancher.
Ever since he failed to stop his mother from going mad, Tyrone Harding — local daredevil rancher who runs hunting expeditions under the banner of “Female-Free Adventures” — has shied away from females, feelings, and anything inhibiting his freedom. Wanting to avoid his family’s questions and his own feelings for Jane, he proposes they fake being in love until she leaves for college, thereby freeing them both.
Their playacting doesn’t fool Tyrone’s brother who challenges him to prove he truly loves Jane. Never one to back down, he accepts the dare: do something loving for her every day — and to record it in a special Cowboy’s Dare book.
About the author:
Lucy Thompson is a stay-at-home mum to five precocious children and wife to the ultra-handy Dave by day and a snoop by night, stalking interesting characters through historical settings, and writing about their exploits.
She enjoys meeting new people from all over the world and learning about the craft of writing. When she can be separated from her laptop, Lucy is a professional time waster on Facebook (really!), a slave to the towering stack of books on her bedside table, and a bottler, preserving fruit the old fashioned way so she can swap recipes and tips with her characters.
Lucy’s home is in central Queensland, Australia where she does not ride a kangaroo to the shops, mainly because her children won’t fit.
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