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The Pioneer Woman by Ree Drummond
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Apr 06, 2011

bookshelves: adult, biography-or-memoir, nonfiction

The real life love story of famous blogger, Ree Drummond (aka The Pioneer Woman), and her dashing cowboy, the Marlboro Man. The book is full of love, laughter, and tears as we read about how Ree meets her husband. Ree is witty and hilarious as she describes the many mishaps that happen during their courtship. A must read, especially for those familiar with her blog!

-Jennifer W.O.

“Black Heels to Tractor Wheels” is Ree Drummond’s memoir of falling in love with a real cowboy. Ree is literally swept off her feet by this cowboy she calls “The Marlboro Man”. From their first fated looks across a bar, long kissing sessions, prairie fires, family discord, to discussions of how many children to have. She thinks one and a half should do it, he thinks seven or eight to help around the ranch. This is a funny, entertaining and sometimes bittersweet love story. Great book club selection to explore gender roles and expectations when paired with Alisa Valdes’ “The Feminist and the Cowboy”.
~Amy O.
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