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The Cowboy and the Princess by Lori Wilde
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May 09, 2012

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We return to Jubilee, Texas, albeit in a roundabout way in The Cowboy and the Princess. Brady Talmadge is a ne'er do well who was picked up by Dutch Callihan and taught the fine art of horse whispering. He had previously drifted until setting down roots with Dutch in Jubilee. When Dutch passed away (as seen in book one of this series, The Cowboy Takes a Bride), Brady hits the road, peddling his wares and avoiding most human interaction. But he breaks three of his five unbreakable rules in one night with "Annie Costa."

Watching Brady and Annie tap dance around each other in the small cab of Brady's truck was a real treat. Theirs is a slow romance, mainly because both are carrying baggage dealing with their respective pasts. The ending seemed a bit disconnected and rushed, though The Cowboy and the Princess is a very good addition to the world of Jubilee.

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