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A Cowboy's Pride

3.75  ·  Rating Details  ·  40 Ratings  ·  13 Reviews

Broken Cowboy...
Trent Anderson's rodeo days are over. Thanks to the car accident that killed his best friend, he will never get on a horse again. But physical therapist Alana McClintock isn't listening to his protestations. She just won't let up--getting under his skin, waking parts of him he thought would sleep forever. He can sense she feels something for him, too.
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ebook, 224 pages
Published June 1st 2013 by Harlequin American Romance (first published January 1st 2013)
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Nancy Crocker
Aug 25, 2013 Nancy Crocker rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: netgalley

Alana McClintock and Trent Anderson butt heads right off the bat, which had me chuckling almost from the beginning. I think the way Pamela wrote these two characters was brilliant. It showed them at odds but in a most believable way.

Alana McClintock is a physical therapist who works at the New Horizons Ranch. A ranch dedicated to helping those who have had serious injuries to overcome or at the very least help deal with their injuries. Alana knows all about lost and suffering. She lost her “soo
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Susan
I really liked this book. Both Trent and Alana felt very real to me. Trent is angry. His best friend was killed in the accident that injured him and ended his rodeo career. He has made enough progress to take care of himself but will never get on a horse again. He really doesn't want to be on this ranch for the disabled, but his mother guilted him into it. He is in a foul mood and refuses to cooperate with Alana. He really hates her slave driver attitude but part of him is really attracted to he ...more
Dani C. (Paulette's Papers)
Jun 14, 2013 Dani C. (Paulette's Papers) rated it it was amazing
When I sat down with A Cowboy’s Pride I thought I was in for a yummy cowboy romance. This was not at all what I had expected! The first half of the book you find yourself captivated by the story of a man who was seriously injured by a car accident and is angry about being sent to a ranch to go through physical therapy. It wasn’t until about halfway through the book that the romance starts…

What a romance it is. It is not really a steamy romance, but one based on the relationship that develops be
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Lila Hunter
May 29, 2013 Lila Hunter rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: format-english
My view

This story is a little different from most steamy romance. In reality, the romance is based on the main characters relationship and not on their sexual attraction. Even when the characters all well describe, the physical characteristics take a second place to their internal tumults and feelings.

The book is well written and setup up. All the characters have a back story that is present in their daily life. The Rodeo aspects and terms are use adequately and would not overwhelm a reader li
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Rhonda
May 04, 2013 Rhonda rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4 STARS

I liked a Cowboy's Pride. In away the story is personal for me to read that kind of story, It is hard to walk again. Trent car accident killed his best friend and left him in a wheel chair. Trent is angry. He does not want to be at this ranch for the disabled. He has given up and has learned enough to be able to take care of himself. He does not want any help.

Alana is a physical therapist and working on the ranch. Her best patient that she helped the most was her niece who was in a car ac
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Kathy Davie
Jun 03, 2013 Kathy Davie rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance
First of a two-part series with the second story coming out in November 2013. The couple focus is on Alana McClintock and Trent Anderson and takes place mostly in Northern California.

My Take
Overall this was a cute romance. I liked the premise of an injured man who must confront his own fears as well as the measures to which Alana and Cabe go to help Trent. Some very clever ideas in this---I've got three sisters who are therapists of one sort or another, and I'll be recommending they read this on
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Hsiau Wei
This book tell the story of Alana, a physio therapist and Trent, her reluctant patient. Trent, a National Rodeo rider was paralysed after an accident which also caused him to lose his best friend. He is bitter and refuse helps. His mother seek Alana and Cabe’s assistance to help her son. Both Alana and Gabe are well known for their treatment in helping those who is on a wheelchair to walk again. Their best result was getting Cabe’s daughter to walk again after the horrific accident that have Cab ...more
Yazmin
Jun 21, 2013 Yazmin rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
In A Cowboy’s Pride by Pamela Britton, Trent Anderson believes that his rodeo days are over. In an unfortunate car accident he not only lost his ability to walk but also his rodeo partner and best friend. No matter how much therapy they put him through he doesn’t believe that he will be able to get back to his old life.

Alana McClintock is a physical therapist working on a ranch specializing at helping handicapped people. She lost her fiancée in a car accident that also took her sister-in-law’s l
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SuperWendy
Jul 13, 2013 SuperWendy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Hunky rodeo cowboy meets his match in physical therapist heroine. Great emotional baggage, a wounded hero, and I loved that both characters make personal sacrifices so they can be a "couple" in the end (this isn't a book where the heroine gives up her ENTIRE life because the hero gave her mind-altering orgasms). The big stumbling block for me was the first sex scene which is one of those annoying "Oopsie! Neither one of us has a condom but it's OK because neither one of us looks sick" scenes. If ...more
Donna
Aug 22, 2013 Donna rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance, 2013, pulse
A surprisingly good read. The story was more complex than I'd anticipated given that it was a Harlequin publication. I thought Britton did a good job of showing the emotional and psychological impact of a spinal injury. Trent was nicely portrayed as a successful athlete dealing with the loss of full mobility. Initially I didn't warm to Alana, but this changed as the story progressed and more information was revealed about her past. Great chemistry between these two characters and a very nice end ...more
Jo
May 26, 2014 Jo rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: epubs
his book is the story of Alana, a physio therapist and Trent, her reluctant patient. Trent, is a National Rodeo rider whose paralyzed after an accident which also caused him to lose his best friend. Trents bitter and wants to be left alone, he refuse helps. His mother seek Alana and Cabe’s assistance to help her son. Both Alana and Gabe are well known for their treatment in helping those who is on a wheelchair to walk again.
This was an easy read.
Clare O'Beara
Mar 15, 2015 Clare O'Beara rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: america-romance
A former rodeo cowboy who has been injured in an accident, is now in a wheelchair and in order to get him thinking positively his family send him to a therapy ranch.

The lady therapist has a lot of sympathy but also intends to kick the man out of his self pity and isolation.

This is an interesting book and a believable romance between two strong characters. The various therapies are well described.
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"Readers will love Britton's characters and concept of a rehab ranch." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars
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