Review ~ Cowboy in My Pocket by Kate Douglas
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I’m very surprised at how much I loved this little story. It was so much more than I expected. Not really sure what I expected, maybe something very cliché. However, it was not at all, it was actually very refreshing and sweet. Tag, the sexy cowboy and rancher, just stole the show.
We have an amnesiac, a cowboy, gorgeous horses, a colt being born, a marriage of convenience, a romance author, and a possible love triangle. Yeah, but you have to read this story to see how it all connects. It’s worth the read.
If you like your cowboys sexy, your heroines forgetful and your marriages convenient, this gentle parody of cowboy romances will leave you with a smile on your face and a sigh on your lips. Discover romantic comedy at its best in this captivating tale of a woman who finds her one true love and the cowboy hero afraid to give his heart. Romance author Michelle Garrison is on a mission to learn more about the American West. Her books are no longer selling and her editor has given her an ultimatum–learn what cowboys are really like, then write the next bestseller. Tag Martin is desperate for a bride. If he doesn’t marry before his 40th birthday, his grandmother will sign away the deed to the ranch he’s worked and managed for his entire adult life. Coop Jones has been Tag’s sidekick since Tag was barely kicking. Almost 80, he’s been pining for the love of Tag’s grandmother since she was only 17. An avid romance fan, he’s concocted a fantastic plan to stage an MOi-a marriage of convenience for the uninitiated–in order to save the ranch for Tag. Lenore Martin at 78 is a widow with a mission. Get that grandson married and his hard-headed cowboy sidekick to realize she’s not too old to romance. There’s sizzle left in the old gal yet. Add a little amnesia, a few white lies, a flop-eared dog, the requisite white stallion and a love too hot to handle, and you’ve got a rowdy romp on the wild side with COWBOY IN MY POCKET