One Texas Cowboy Too Many by Carolyn Brown

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Title: One Texas Cowboy Too Many

Author: Carolyn Brown

Series: Burnt Boot, Texas

Book: #3

Genre: Romance, Contemporary

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

Published: Mar 1st 2016

Goodreads Rating: 4.32

My Rating: 2/5

“ARC given for an honest review”

For good girl Leah Brennan, the only thing worse than falling for the dark-eyed, tattooed Rhett O’Donnell would be falling for a member of the off-limits Gallagher clan—or maybe both.
All Leah wants is to please her grandmother and bring some peace to the feuding town of Burnt Boot. With Tanner Gallagher—her forbidden, childhood crush—flirting with her and sexy Rhett showing up wherever she goes, Leah soon realizes that this may not be as easy as it seems… Will love be enough to conquer her family’s hundred-year-old feud with the Gallaghers?

First Sentences

The rumbling noise of a motorcycle took Leah Brennan’s attention away from the produce in the Burnt Boot General Store.

My Thoughts

This was the first book that I’ve read in the series. I really enjoyed the drama between the two families and the feud that was flaming everything but I did feel that the story was dragging its feet and I got a little bored during the middle parts. And I felt that there was a bit too much about the feud, which really loomed over the plot. My other issue with the book was that I didn’t feel the romance between Rhett and Leah. The love at first sight didn’t convince me at all. I just couldn’t find the emotional connection between the two.

The parts of the book that I really enjoyed were Leah’s alter ego Eve. It was fun to see a different side of Leah.

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