My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys

My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys Those deep brimmed Stetsons Those faded jeans And that s just the beginning Cowboys are everything a fantasy man should be tall tough and oh so handsome In this sexy new collection of original stori

  • Title: My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys
  • Author: Lorraine Heath Georgina Gentry Teresa Bodwell
  • ISBN: 9780739463376
  • Page: 107
  • Format: None
  • Those deep brimmed Stetsons Those faded jeans And that s just the beginning Cowboys are everything a fantasy man should be tall, tough, and oh so handsome In this sexy new collection of original stories, meet three men of the American West who know than a thing or two about roping a girl s heart.1 The Reluctant Hero by Lorraine HeathSheriff Matthew Knight is theThose deep brimmed Stetsons Those faded jeans And that s just the beginning Cowboys are everything a fantasy man should be tall, tough, and oh so handsome In this sexy new collection of original stories, meet three men of the American West who know than a thing or two about roping a girl s heart.1 The Reluctant Hero by Lorraine HeathSheriff Matthew Knight is the perfect hero for Andrea Jackson s next dime novel or so she thinks His outlaw busting exploits may be larger than life, but the man behind the badge is complicated than she bargained for What s a writer to do when she needs a story and her scowling subject is reluctant to open up Maybe the question should be what won t she do 2 The Great Cowboy Race by Georgina GentryBoston bred heiress Henrietta never imagined she would race a horse one thousand miles across open land disguised as a boy But then, she never believed her parents would arrange a marriage for her she would have to run away to escape However, there s no escape from her toughest competition, expert rider and champion wrangler Comanche Jones She needs that prize money almost as much as she finds herself wanting him.3 Whispering by Moonlight by Teresa BodwellStranded in a town called Hell Gate without a penny to her name, Isabelle Milton is relieved that circumstances haven t forced her into something truly desperate not yet, anyway She s run out of options when gorgeous Lucas Warring rides into town like the answer to a prayer Willing to do anything if he takes her in, she finds herself hired on as a ranch hand during one of the coldest winters ever and delighted to discover there are plenty of ways they can keep each other warm.The West has never been wilder

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    • Lorraine Heath Georgina Gentry Teresa Bodwell

      Also writes Young Adult under Rachel Hawthorne, Jade Parker, and with her son as J.A London Lorraine Heath has always had a soft spot for emotional love stories No doubt because growing up, watching movies with her mom, she was taught that the best movies won t half make you cry She is the daughter of a British beauty her mom won second place in a beauty contest sponsored by Max Factor during which she received a kiss from Caesar Romero Joker on the original Batman TV series and a Texan who was stationed at Bovingdon while serving in the air force Lorraine was born in Watford, Hertfordshire, England, but soon after moved to Texas Her dual nationality has given her a love for all things British and Texan, and she enjoys weaving both heritages through her stories.When she received her BA degree in psychology from the University of Texas, she had no idea she had gained a foundation that would help her to create believable characters characters that are often described as real people Her novels have appeared on bestseller lists, including USA Today, Waldenbooks, and most recently, the New York Times.

    132 thoughts on “My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys

    • This collection of three stories by three authors is varied but overall enjoyable. The first story, by Lorraine Heath, is predictably the best, but the other two are pretty good.Heath’s The Reluctant Hero is charming and fun as a determined female novelist and a sheriff who’s trying to escape his past tangle and ultimately solve each others’ problems.Georgina Gentry’s The Great Cowboy Race is a bit thin on believability as a desperate runaway masquerades as a man to enter a race. The peo [...]


    • I liked the very macho cowboy and the way he fell for the lady who turns his world all topsy turvy. Just finished the Lorraine Heath novella. Not as much drama and angst has the Recency romances but as a novella, it was short and sweet. Rated it a solid 4.



    • Three western romances set in 1893, 1862, and 1884 make up this anthology. "The Great Cowboy Race" by Gentry pits Comanche Jones against Henrietta Jennings in a 1000 mile horse race from Nebraska to Chicago for a $1500 prize. 'Henri' is desperate to prove herself to her father and Comanche wants to buy a little spread. These two challenge and trick each other along the way but develop respect and friendship as well as romance. "Moonlight Whispers" by Bodwell puts stranded and penniless Isabelle [...]


    • This is a romance anthology featuring three stories about three men of the American West. The Lorraine Heath story is the only one I read, so my rating is solely based on that book.The Reluctant Hero - Andrea Jackson used to write her dime novels for pleasure. Now she must write them to pay off her father's debt. But she has writers block and needs some inspiration. She finds that in Sheriff Matthew Knight who stopped a gang of outlaws from robbing the local bank. But when she asks for an interv [...]


    • I'd probably have liked the stories more if the authors had the ability to develop the plots and characters more. However, this being an anthology, the stories were short and quick. Just not much substance. Those readers who like those short, quick and to the point stories will appreciate it more, I'm sure.


    • I don't usually read novellas, but these three stories are a good sampler of the still popular cowboy romance. I enjoyed the history of the Great Cowboy Race and the details of frontier life and cooking. One hero was less than bright, but the sheriff and the dime-novelist is a charmer of a story.







    • Easy read. Would have been nice to develop the stories more, but I understand because of the nature of the book. Overall - decent, light read.



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