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A Cowboy of Her Own

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Marty Samuels had been cursed with plain looks and a curvy body. It didn’t help that she had to work as hard as any man to keep a roof over her head. But Marty was good at protecting what she loved, including the strays she’d taken in and made part of her little family. So why couldn’t she keep her heart safe from the sexy cowboy next door?

Ethan Blackhawk had been blessed
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Kindle Edition, 124 pages
Published May 6th 2014 by Blush Publishing (first published July 20th 2013)
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lilly brown
Nov 29, 2016 lilly brown rated it it was amazing
Never disappointed

I've read most of their books....I have yet to be disappointed.
Characters you easily fall in love with.

Very light read.
Cindy Caron
Mar 24, 2016 Cindy Caron rated it really liked it
A wonderful, clean love story that will have you laughing and crying all at the same time. Marty is your typical curvy heroine who, through the dictation of fate, has found herself alone other than her elder aunt, a couple of "retired" ranch hands, and a bunch of strays, with a ranch to run after the untimely death of her parents. She has also had the biggest crush on the hunky cowboy next door since grade school, only she's so plain and curvy, he has never noticed her, until one of her strays ...more
Jennifer
Aug 23, 2013 Jennifer rated it really liked it
Marty Samuels had been cursed with plain looks and a curvy body. It didn’t help that she had to work as hard as any man to keep a roof over her head. But Marty was good at protecting what she loved, including the strays she’d taken in and made part of her little family. So why couldn’t she keep her heart safe from the sexy cowboy next door?

Ethan Blackhawk had been blessed with good looks and an abundance of charm. It didn’t hurt that his family was rich as sin, either. He’d always been sure abou
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Good

The writing is good. My only complaint is that Marti is so self loathing! Where are the mostly confident plus sized heroines?
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