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Saturday, February 9, 2008

Review: Luck Be A Cowboy


Luck Be a Cowboy
by Stacy Dawn

Travel consultant Sarah Monroe’s sudden streak of bad luck continues when, after taking a baseball bat to her cheating fiancé’s truck, she discovers she’s trashed the wrong one. Worse, the real owner, sexy cowboy Harper Reed, witnesses her act of vengeful vandalism. The last thing she needs is her passport cancelled due to a criminal record—or to risk trusting another handsome man.

While Sarah worries if their shaky negotiation will hold up under her bad luck, Harper tries to find a way to prove that luck is not only in the eye of the beholder...but in the heart of a cowboy.

After vandalizing a truck that she thinks belongs to her cheating fiance, Sarah Monroe is caught in the act by the truck’s actual owner, hunky cowboy Harper Reed. Sarah makes a deal with Harper in order to avoid criminal charges, and that’s when the fun really begins!

This was such a great read! Although considered a mini at 57 pages, the story was in no way compromised by brevity. The pacing was perfect, and there were no loose ends or unanswered backstory issues. My attention was immediately grabbed by the very first line of the book.

Sarah Monroe is a wonderfully feisty heroine who isn’t about to let anyone walk all over her. Harper Reed has just the right mix of patience and passion to be able to handle the spirited little filly. I especially loved how the hero helped the heroine see the positives that came as a result of the perceived negatives. And haven’t we all secretly wanted a little sweet revenge against a lying, cheating scumbag?

Take some time, grab a chair and some coffee and enjoy every word of this fantastic story. You won’t be sorry.



Review by Daffodil