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Sing To Me, Cowboy

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Heather Gibson's past catches up with her one dark Texas night.

Locked in a custody battle with an ex-husband who's looking for any excuse to take her children, Heather doesn't need any more trouble. But when a broken-down car and a dead cell phone leave her stranded at the Lonesome Steer Honky Tonk, she comes face-to-face with the one man who could jeopardize everything—in
155 pages
Published 2012 by WIld Rose PRess
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Feb 17, 2014 Romancing the Book rated it it was amazing
Shelves: romance, contemporary
Reviewed by Amie Lou
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Review originally posted at Romancing the Book

I’ve read a good many books over the years that have characters who sing. I’ll admit that I’m not always a fan. I don’t mean to be harsh, but it’s difficult to adequately portray music with words. (It’s like trying to describe colors.) But I’m always willing to give a book a try because every so often someone gets it right. That’s exactly the case with Sing to Me, Cowboy by Lauri Robinson.

Becky Condit
Jul 08, 2012 Becky Condit rated it really liked it
Lauri Robinson’s SING TO ME COWBOY is a great what-if-things-had-happened-differently trope. Heather could have had Lance 10 years ago but instead chose a man she didn’t love and who didn’t love her. The reason for her choice doesn’t make a lot of sense later but at the time and with a young person’s mind it did.
I loved this sweet short novel. I read it in one sitting and found the ending to be a sigh-worthy HEA.

Please see my complete review on July 16, 2012 at
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I have just finished this book and I am still weepy. It is a beautifully written story. Ms. Robinson makes these characters, their pain, happiness, confusion come alive. I feel with them and for them. They make me laugh and most of all–cry. I love them, especially Lance who fits the role of what I imagine a true cowboy gentleman would be like. The story is all about doing the right thing or what feels right because it is never too late. Highly recommended.

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Jun 21, 2012 Tala rated it really liked it
This was such a sweet short story. I read it straight through. There was no danger (except to the hearts involved), which was a refreshing for me. I really liked the main characters Heather and Lance. They fought themselves and the past to find love and happiness. My only problem with it is that it wasn't longer. There were no editing problems (that I noticed), the characters are well developed for the length and you just want to get to know more about them.
When her car putters out and her cell phone fails, Heather finds herself walking into the Lonesome Steer Honky Tonk to use the phone. Country singer Lance Dugan is back for his grandfather’s birthday and seeing his high school crush, Heather, is a pleasant surprise.

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Books are my life...: This topic has been closed to new comments. Tala and Melissa's Discussion 3 43 Sep 07, 2012 03:43PM  
Lauri Robinson's chosen genre to write is Western historical, and when asked why, she says, "Because I know I wasn't the only girl who wanted to grow up and marry Little Joe Cartwright."

With a degree in early childhood education, Lauri has spent three decades working in the non-profit field for Head Start, Child Abuse Intervention, the March of Dimes, and United Way. She claims the once upon a tim
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