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Austin: Second Chance Cowboy

(Harts of the Rodeo #1)

4.01  ·  Rating details ·  67 ratings  ·  11 reviews
No man should look as good as Austin Wright. Especially when that man is a suspect in a string of burglaries. And, Sheriff Dinah Hart can't afford the distraction. Roundup's thieves are growing bolder and Thunder Ranch's prize stallion, Midnight, is still missing, putting the Harts' entire livelihood at risk. Dinah needs to focus, because she's worked too hard to earn the ...more
Kindle Edition, 219 pages
Published October 1st 2012 by Harlequin American Romance (first published January 1st 2012)
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Carmen
TRIGGER WARNING FOR THIS BOOK: EATING DISORDER OR THOSE IN REMISSION FOR ED

"I'll pick you up at six-thirty."

"Where are we going?"

"Prime Rib and Fish House."

"That's kind of fancy, Austin."

"I'm that kind of guy, Dinah." He raised a brow. "Or have you already forgotten?" ...

"I'll be ready."

"And don't you go and wait outside for me, neither. You wait on the other side of the door and wait for me to knock like a gentleman."


Oka/>"I'll
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RLA
Oct 03, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
From the start this had me hooked, and surprised at the depth of the subject matter.

This book deals with the difficult subject of alcoholism and I think the author does a good job of not making excuses for her hero’s problems and actually having him face up to them throughout the course of the book. So often, especially in my experience of Category Romance, when a character has/had addiction problems it has always been a past event, but this book actually goes through the sobering up process, t
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Sláinte Wanderlust
Cover & Title - 3.5 out of 5
Favorite Line - "I go commando, Dinah. Unless I'm on the back of a horse, I'm practically free as a bird."
She was shocked. "Really?" And yes, that was her gaze sliding down to his hip area.
His smile widened. "Nothing comes between me and my Wranglers. So... want to check? Just to be sure you didn't miss a thing?"
Favorite Character - Austin

I liked that this book was about Austin turning his life around, working to become sober & a better person.
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Susan
Very good book. Austin has woken up once too often not remembering what he did the night before. He is intent on making some changes in his life. Dinah is run off her feet trying to solve the crimes of the thieves and the missing horse. She and Austin had been good friends during their wild high school days. Dinah is attracted to Austin, but she doesn't want to jeopardize her career by having a fling with him, especially once he becomes a suspect in the robberies. But Dinah can't help being draw ...more
Rhonda
Nov 02, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Austin:Second Chance Cowboy by Shelley Galloway
4 STARS
Austin: Second Chance Cowboy is a Hart of the Rodeo series. I personally have read them out of order and would recommend reading them in order. It keeps the book from spoilers. I think I would have enjoyed more if I did not know already the key points of this book before I had started it.
Austin Wright wakes up and doesn't remember somethings from the night before and realizes how many nights he can't remember. He realizes he has
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Stephanie Collins
Oct 09, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I found myself enjoying this book when I wasn't sure going in I would.



Austin has an epiphany when he wakes up the morning after a really big bender. He isn't sure if he took a woman home or what happened… Thankfully this made him wake up and decide to go cold turkey. He owns a shop in town but has been fighting his whole life against what people think of his family. I felt for him but he is something else. Such a wonderfully complex individual comes to light as we watch h
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Sara  HarlequinJunkie
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In book four of the Harts of Rodeo Series we come face to face with drop dead gorgeous bad boy Austin.

He is the always getting drunk and sleeping with a string of woman,waking up the next morning and not being able to recall so much as the woman in his bed's name. He does however come to the point in his life where he wants to change but doing just that proves much harder as how does one change and at the same time keep your dirty little secr
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Hsiau Wei
This book emphasise very much on second chance; be it for Austin, Dinah and Buddy (Austin's Dad). Austin, due to his past history and his dad's, Austin is a loner while Dinah strived to a strong for others to see what more given her position as the town sheriff. When a string of robberies occurs, Dinah suspected Austin to be involved in it. Austin on the other hand, is dealing with some long outstanding issues and does not welcome Dinah's attention into his welfare at all. However, what started ...more
Gina Hott
Oct 17, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Hott Review:
What I liked: Overall I really enjoyed this book. It was just a good book. As long as you can take a book at face value and just read to enjoy this is absolutely a fantastic book!
What I didn’t like: I really didn’t think it was very realistic – things were entirely too easy!

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Author: Shelley Galloway
Source: Harlequin via Netgalley
Grade: A
Steam: Adult
Series: Harts of the Rodeo
Donna Alward
Apr 29, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Another great book in the Harts of the Rodeo series - and this one takes on a sensitive subject. The author does a great job with it.
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