Book Reviews of A Bride For A Blue-Ribbon Cowboy (Silhouette Romance, No 1776)

A Bride For A Blue-Ribbon Cowboy (Silhouette Romance, No 1776)
A Bride For A Blue-Ribbon Cowboy - Silhouette Romance, No 1776
Author: Judy Duarte
ISBN-13: 9780373197767
ISBN-10: 0373197764
Publication Date: 7/1/2005
Pages: 192
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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Very cute story of love and a cowboy. I read this book in less than a day. I really enjoyed it.
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Outroping and outriding every man in Blossom was something Cindy Tucker could do with her eyes closed. But cooking, flirting and wearing high heels? Those
were skills of a different kind the kind she'd surely need to lasso a husband. And the one person she trusted to teach her was Blake Gray Feather. He
was the only man who'd ever made her lose her breath, who haunted her dreams, who hadn't yet figured out his childhood friend had grown up. But now, with
their late-night sweet talk and soft kisses, she was seeing a different look in Blake's eyesand that gave Cindy a newfound confidence in her womanly abilities.
Because she fully intended to put Blake's "lessons" to use to win the heart of the only cowboy she'd ever loved.
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Outroping and outriding every man in Blossom was something Cindy Tucker could do with her eyes closed. But cooking, flirting, and wearing high heels? Those were skills of a different kind--the kind she'd surely need to lasso a husband. And the one person she trusted to teach her was Blake Gray Feather. He was the only man who'd ever made her lose her breath, who haunted her dreams, who hadn't yet figured out his childhood friend had grown up. But now, with their late-night sweet talk and soft kisses, she was seeing a different look in Blake's eyes...and that gave Cindy a newfound confidence in her womanly abilities. Because she fully intended to put Blake's "lesson" to use to win the heart of the only cowboy she'd ever loved...
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Outroping and outriding every man in Blossom was something Cindy Tucker could do with her eyes closed. But cooking, flirting and wearing high heels? those were skills of a different king-the kind she'd surely need to lasso a husband. And the one person she trusted to teach her was Blake Gray Feather. He was the only man who'd ever made her lose her breath,who haunted her dreams, who hadn't yet figured out his childhood friend had grown up. But now, with their late night sweet talk and soft kisses, she was seeing a different look in Blake's eyes..and that gave Cindy a newfoud confidence in her womanly abilities. Because she fully intended to put Blake's lessons to use to win the heart of the only cowboy she'd ever love.