Tuesday, May 6, 2014

One Good Cowboy by Catherine Mann - Review

From Ex to Eternity?

To inherit his family's empire, Texas cowboy-turned-CEO Stone McNair must prove he has a heart beneath his ruthlessly suave exterior. His trial? Finding homes for his grandmother's rescue dogs. His judge? Johanna Fletcher, the woman whose heart he broke.

Sure, Johanna can handle a week traveling the country with her ex-fiancĂ© to fulfilll his dying grandmother's request. She and Stone want different things—plain and simple. But there's nothing plain about Stone, or simple about the heat that still flares between them. One week may not be long enough….

This book both left me happy and sad at the end. I enjoyed watching Johanna and Stone fall back in love, but I was sad because at the end of this trilogy, Stone’s grandmother will probably die and I’m already completely in love with her so I know it’s going to make me cry.

Stone is like stone to everyone but it’s obvious it’s a protective layer and watching him pull it down and show his real self, well that made this story very fascinating. I also loved that it was very obvious that he loved Johanna even if he thought she was too good for him.

Johanna had a little less baggage, though she wasn’t baggage free. She had to learn to forgive and love the real Stone and he had to grow more since he was the one with heavy walls around his heart.

Overall, the way they were thrown together and because of their previous relationship, it’s easy to see them rapidly falling back into love, because they never really fall out of love.

I received a copy from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated for my review.

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