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Colorado Cowboy (American Romance's Men of the West #1)

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Colorado rancher Luke O'Malley is shocked to hear that he has a teenage son living in New York City...and even more shocked to learn that his son is in trouble. Luke had a brief romance with Megan Montgomery years ago and had no idea it resulted in a child. He just knew it had broken his heart.
Now Megan and Cody--their son--need his help. To avoid being sent to a juvenile...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published January 1st 2011 by Harlequin American Romance (first published December 21st 2010)
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Virginia Campbell
"Colorado Cowboy" by C.C. Coburn took me by surprise. It hit the ground running with a touching and emotional story line and a reunion romance that packed a wallop! Luke O'Malley is a true Alpha Male, and it takes a very special woman to soften his rough edges. His unhappy marriage gifted him with three young daughters whom he loves very much. After years of being manipulated by his selfish ex-wife, Luke has his hands full with running his Colorado ranch and being a father to three young ladies...more
Wendy
This was just a so-so book for me. I thought the author reached a bit too far with some of the story line...i.e. the judge marrying the hero and heroine without blood tests, waiting period, etc. as part of the punishment/rehabilitation of the 14 year old son...For me, that was probably one of the more romantic parts of the book (if it was a bit fairy tale) because there really wasn't a whole lot of 'romance' in it, if anything, they constantly seemed to be arguing about each other's kids. Heroin...more
Gail
Great overall conflict built in to the story and handled well. There was a suspense element thrown at the very end I thought was a tad unnecessary, but it worked okay. I enjoyed it.
Malvina Yock
This was a fun one, about Luke, the rancher, who suddenly discovers he had a teenage son to a woman he fell in love with years ago – in fact, just before his doomed marriage to another woman who claimed to be pregnant to him. The latter skipped out of town long ago and divorced him, leaving him with three daughters, and now Cody, his troubled son, needs him... as does Megan, who’s never fallen *out* of love with him. This is an emotional and lovely romance, with the added (but handled well) emot...more
Helen
Another fantastic O'Malley brother I am soo loving these stories they are filled with so much love and wonderful families I can't get enough of them
Karrie
Predictable. But if you want an easy, quick read; then this is for you. There is just something I love about cowboys. Yummy!!
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