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Cowboy Smith

Summary Cowboy Smith

It was a dark and snowy night that Cowboy first showed up in the small mountaintop restaurant He had long hair a beard but most of all he was mysterious After stating that he was in search of a mountain lion that was killing his cattle Amy Clayson’s curiosity about him was piued She was certain that she’d n I read and write contemporary romances so this was a bit of a departure from the norm for me ‘Cowboy Smith’ is a mystery and an action adventure as well as a romance The blurb sounded intriguing and let’s face it who doesn’t love a cowboyI was so glad I read this Right from the start I was drawn into the story and involved in the lives of the charactersIt is told from the point of view of Amy Clayson 22 who works in her family’s restaurant Aunt Sue’s in Cedar Creek situated in the mountains three hours north of Las Vegas She also lives in an apartment above the restaurantOne night a stranger comes into the restaurant carrying a rifle case and a pistol He appears to know a lot about the family including their names and what is on the menu Amy is intrigued which has as much to do with his ‘ocean blue eyes’ as the mystery that surrounds him He tells her his name is Cowboy but very little elseDespite everyone warning her to stay away including Cowboy himself when he catches her stalking him Amy is determined to find out about him In true romance style she just can’t get this man out of her mindHer determination and persistence however gets her into some serious scrapes including a time when Cowboy saves her life but ends up in trouble for itThis story is well plotted with plenty of action drama and excitement And the romance was nicely done too I would have liked to have seen scenes with just the two of them getting to know each other and would have liked to have been inside Cowboy’s head to see things from his perspective But as the story was told from Amy’s point of view only we only have her side of thingsHaving said that I thought the author did a good job of describing things through Amy’s eyes and the description of setting was done well too I’ve never been to that part of the world but after reading this novel I feel I know it wellAltogether an enjoyable read and I look forward to reading of this author’s work

review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ò Glenn J. Soucy

Knit family wanted her to stay away from Cowboy Her lifelong friend the deputy sheriff begged her to leave the young man alone All of her life she had followed the rules and minded her business Now something had changed She was on a path that would either save the strange man or lead to her complete destruction From the start of this story I was intrigued as the characters and story grew into a nonstop read The author kept me interested throughout the story Tigerfeeling intrigued as the characters and story grew 5 Steps to a 5 500 AP U.S. History Questions to Know by Test Day into a nonstop read The author kept me Talking to the Ground interested throughout the story

Glenn J. Soucy Ò 7 review

Ever seen him before and that was a rarity in the tiny village Yet he not only knew her name and the restaurant staff’s names but he also knew the menu by heart Cowboy appeared rude and cold hearted that night However there was something buried deep within his blue eyes that kept Amy asking for Amy’s close I enjoyed this mystery suspense thrillerI lived in Cedar City Utah for thirty year and thank the author for reminding me of a place that was my second home for so longI also thanks him for this wonderful story told to a young girl by her mom don't want to give away any secrets so I will just say Amy Clayson lives in a beautiful place called Duck Creek in Utah where her parents own a restaurant When a strange cowboy steps in the door he is going to change Amy's life forever and take readers on a twist filled rideThe author ha an incredible ability to invite readers into the book and set them down for a great tale

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