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The Last Real Cowboy / The Rancher's Runaway Princess by Donna Alward
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May 02, 2012

really liked it

In the ebook I was lent has two stories but I am going to review them seperate. I enjoyed seeing what Angela Beck was able to accomplish after her trials.
Angela Beck is a social worker with a dream, she wants to make a home where women who have been abused can get on their feet again. She is going to call it Butterfly house and shes sees not just one but many around the nation.
One of the major backers has been Molly Diamond they have donated the land and money to start one. Only ask for a member of the Diamond be on the board. When Molly,s husband got sick she asked her son to step in and take her place on the board. Sam Diamond had to take over running of the ranch when his dad got ill, He is also planning to expand with new program but his dad is fighting him over it. He shows up late to board meeting.
Molly and Sam clash and she wants Sam to put in more help than just money.
Sam starts caring about the project and ends up helping Angela with Butterfly house.
05/01/2012 Harlequin Harlequin Romance

This was a fun romance to read with cowboys and royalty and dances. In my ebook of the Last Real Cowboy had both stories but am reviewing them seperately.

Lucy Farnsworth has become Princess in the last three months. Found out her father was a King and at same time her mother was dying. She just wants to be herself again so she is not telling them that her father the King sent her to judge the horses at the ranch.

Brody Hamilton wants to make a deal with the king of Marazur and the fameous Navarro royal stables. In the seven years he has taken over the ranch he has tried to make it better after the trials he faced. Brody is angry inside and doesn't trust Lucy because she is young and reminds him of his exwife.

Lucy wants to prove to her father that she does know horses and can take care of his stable and make good choices. She fits in with horses and not feel like a princess.

They both have to get through their anger and grief before they can go forward but they both help each other as they spend more time together.

05/01/2012 PUB Harlequin Romance
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