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Mr. No Commitments.

Well, that’s not entirely true. Cash Callahan has been committed to his rodeo bronc-riding career for years. But get married? No way. Cash isn’t opposed to marriage for other people. It’s just not for him—or for his long-time girl, Milly Malone—the one planning to marry another man. What on earth is she thinking?

Milly waited five years for Cash to pop the question. She’s given him enough rope to knit an interstate highway—and he keeps traveling right on down it. So she’s got a new beau, a wedding on Saturday, and no footloose, commitment-shy cowboy is going to mess things up.

A smart, clever woman like Milly should realize that marrying a boring number-cruncher is a mistake. But all Cash’s rational, sensible arguments don’t do a lick of good. There is only one way to prevent disaster—he’ll have to marry her himself!

May 6
Tule Publishing
Tule Publishing Inc.

Customer Reviews

Doodlebugscmi ,

Sweet Romance

This book was very thoughtful. Actually it was Cash that was thoughtful. Unfortunately, his thoughts didn't give him any points with Millie. Cash thought their relationship was great just the way it was. Even though they were exclusive, Cash still constantly left Millie for his rodeo events; being gone for months at a time with little contact. At the beginning, Millie didn't complain because he always came back. But as their relationship grew to five years old, and still Cash wasn't planning to give up his lifestyle, Millie had enough. Millie loved Cash with her whole heart but she wanted more. She wanted to get married, have a family and just be together everyday. For all of Cash's love for Millie, he couldn't see her reasoning. Why couldn't they just keep things the way they were?

In my opinion, Cash definitely thought of himself more than he did about Millie. I think the problem with their relationship was Millie never spoke up sooner about her true feelings. And when they finally had that long-needed conversation, Cash felt blindsided.

That said, I felt their love for each other. Cash and Millie were good together and I was engaged with the development of their relationship. Too be honest, they both needed to grow in maturity which they eventually did and that made me believe in them.

This book has a good pace and the author's writing flows well. Because of that, I read this book in one sitting.

While I was provided an advanced reading copy of this book, this is my honest and unbiased review and I thank you for taking the time to read it. :)

LoupieLoo ,

Self-Centered Cowboy

Changing Our Priorities. This Cowboy has a laser-focused personality. He lives and breathes rodeo. That is the only thing that matters in his life. That is until Cash meets Milly. Oh he doesn’t realize it himself, but very gradually over time, and bit by bit, his center becomes Milly. But the emotional drain on both their lives leads to anguish and pain that could have been avoided. This story resembles riding those broncs. You don’t know what life is going to throw at you so you’d better hold on.
I received an advanced reader copy for free from the publisher and am voluntarily leaving my review.

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