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My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  86 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Those deep-brimmed Stetsons. Those faded jeans. Cowboys are everything a fantasy man should be - tall, tough, and oh so handsome. In these sexy stories, meet three men of the American West who know a thing or two about roping a girl's heart..."The Reluctant Hero", Lorraine Heath Sheriff Matthew Knight is the perfect hero for Andrea's next novel. But the outlaw-busting man ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published February 1st 2010 by Zebra (first published March 1st 2006)
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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
The Great Cowboy Race: 2 stars
Moonlight Whispers 2.5 stars
Reluctant Hero 3 stars
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.
Anthology with 3 short stories. Borrowed via Overdrive - Kindle book from my local library.

I love all of her books. If you are looking for an easy read, romance then she is great for you.
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