Cowboy Take Me Away by Soraya Lane

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Title: Cowboy Take Me Away

Author: Soraya Lane

Series: Texas Kings

Book: #2

Genre: Romance, Contemporary Romance

Publisher: St. Martin’s Press

Published: Dec 29th 2015

Goodreads Rating: 4.14

My Rating: 5/5

“ARC given for an honest review”

As a veterinarian and single mother, Hope Walker knows how to handle most emergencies, inside and out. But when she shows up at the sprawling cattle ranch belonging to Chase King. Hope finds herself in a state of panic: How could Chase be even hotter after all these years? And why does Hope feel more attracted to him than ever?

Chase can’t believe that Hope – the gorgeous, brilliant woman who disappeared after one blazing night of passion – has walked back into his life. After all this time he still thinks of her as the one who got away . . . and he’s not about to lose her now. But is Hope ready to get back in the saddle and ride into the sunset with the cowboy of her dreams? Or will a long-buried secret rise to the surface – and tear the two reunited lovers apart?

First Sentences

“Are you guys sure this isn’t one of you trying to prove your dick’s bigger than the other’s?” Nate asked, arms folded across his chest as he surveyed Ryder’s new house.

My Thoughts

This has been one of the better books that I’ve read this year. The plot was well thought out, the added part of the chemistry between Chase and Hope were just the cherry on top of the cake.

Chase and Hope have history during their college years and after one hot night together they split apart but Hope becomes pregnant from that one night and takes away a secret baby back home. After years Hope comes back into the states, more specifically Texas and bumps into Chase again. Their old feelings towards each other begins again but with Chase finding out that she’s hid his son from him it breaks what little trust that they have between each other. I loved the chemistry between then. Once I picked this book up I couldn’t put it down until it ended. This was the second book in the series but it’s a good standalone work that you wouldn’t have needed to read the previous. The characters were well developed, the plot was outstanding and you just can’t help but fall for Chase and Hope. There are some really irresistible plot lines throughout the book that really tugs on your heart strings. I look forward to her other books.

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