Carolyn Brown’s New York Times and USA Today bestselling cowboys prove that love is bigger in Burnt Boot, Texas
She’s got too many cowboys on her hands
Leah Brennan has always been the good girl of the Brennan family, groomed to become the matriarch of the clan. When a dark-eyed, tattooed, ponytailed bad boy saunters into her life, Leah knows he’s off-limits—but his mesmerizing gaze makes her forget everything she used to think was important. As town-wide tension rises, Leah wonders if love really can conquer all…
And the whole town’s taking sides
When Rhett O’Donnell roars into Burnt Boot on a hot July evening, the first thing he sees is a beautiful blonde. She puts a little extra giddy-up in his heartbeat, but when Rhett’s desire throws him into the middle of a love triangle and a hundred-year-old feud, he realizes that winning his cowgirl’s heart will be a lot more complicated than he thought.
Praise for The Trouble with Texas Cowboys:
“Touching and heartwarming, and completely believable…[the] characters are hilarious, colorful, and eccentric as ever; what a treat to be back in Burnt Boot!” —Fresh Fiction
“Ruggedly handsome cowboys…a plucky heroine…humorous, heartwarming storytelling…infectious banter…a solid, well-crafted plot…and the chemistry sizzles. One entertaining read.” —RT Book Reviews 4 stars
Brown revisits the small town of Burnt Boot, Tex., for the third installment in her Burnt Boot series (after The Trouble with Texas Cowboys). School teacher Leah Brennan is immediately attracted to Rhett O'Donnell when he rides into town on his motorcycle to help his cousin Sawyer with Fiddle Creek Ranch. Rhett is equally enamored with the beautiful blond. But he doesn't realize that he's also riding into the age-old feud between the Brennans and the Gallaghers, another family in town. As romance between Rhett and Leah blossoms, she exercises independence from her fiercely controlling grandmother, but Granny Mavis doesn't like Rhett and insists that if Leah continues to see him, she'll be thrown out of the family home. Brown's latest is filled with quirky characters and a healthy dose of humor, as the feuding families constantly try to outdo one another with their crazy antics. Yet the highlight of the novel is the sweet and sensual romance between Leah and Rhett.
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"One Texas Cowboy Too Many" by Carolyn Brown is book three in the "Burnt Boot, Texas" series. This is Leah Brennan and Rhett O'Donnell's story.
In Burnt Boot there are the Brennan's and the Gallagher's that have been feuding for years. If you are a Brennan, then you do what Mavis says. If you are a Gallagher, then you do what Naomi says. These ladies will do just about anything to get back at each other even if it's against the law. Then in Burnt Boot you also have the people that don't take either side.
Leah has always been considered the quiet and good girl. Growing up Leah had a crush on Tanner Gallagher but because of the feuding they never dated. Leah meets Rhett O'Donnell and is immediately attracted to him. Rhett is off limits because he drives a motorcycle, has a ponytail, and has tattoos. Mavis, her grandmother, forbids her to have anything to do with Tanner or Rhett. Leah loves her family, but is tired of the feuding. Will Leah go against her grandmother's wishes? So far, no one in the family has. Can Leah live with the consequences if she does go against her grandmother's wishes?
Carolyn Brown is an author that doesn't disappoint.
She pulls you in at the beginning and keeps you hooked throughout the book. I read it in one day. The book is filled with humor, heartfelt moments, sensual and romantic scenes. I really loved Rhett's character. You will also fall in love with his dog. A great book! I look forward to reading any book by Carolyn Brown.
I received a copy of this book from Netgalley/Sourcebooks Casablanca for an honest review.
Burnt Boot Texas!! What a Hoot!!
Carolyn Brown is one of my favorite authors and I just loved this 3rd book in the "Burnt Boot Texas" series. Rhett, the motorcycle cowboy, and Leah were so much fun. The two feuding matriarchs and their clans had me laughing to tears. The antics of the two clans that were one upping each other with the ongoing feud of a hundred years, while Leah and Rhett were falling in love kept me reading into the wee hours of the morning. No one tells a story of western romance like Carolyn Brown and this one packs a punch. Of course, the sweet romance between Leah and Rhett during all of the feuding makes this story a must read! Thank You to NetGalley and SOURCEBOOKS Casablanca for gifting me this ARC and only asking for an honest review.