Book Reviews of Drew (Cowboys, Bk 7)

Drew (Cowboys, Bk 7)
Drew - Cowboys, Bk 7
Author: Leigh Greenwood
ISBN-13: 9780843947144
ISBN-10: 0843947144
Publication Date: 5/2000
Pages: 394
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 40 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Cole Benton is an undercover federal agent investigating a series of bank robberies that happen whenever the Wild West Show is in town. The prime suspects are Drew Townsend, the shows sharp shooter, and her brothers. Cole needs to get close to Drew so he becomes a part of her act.

Drew doesnt trust men and doesnt want Cole in her act, but she is outvoted. The more time Cole spends with Drew the more he realizes that Drew is not responsible for the bank robberyeven though his feelings for her have clouded his judgment.

Drew isnt sure what she feels for Coleuntil she discovers Coles undercover assignment. Then it doesnt matter what he tells her.

Cole is left with the arduous task of convincing a stubborn woman to trust him and his feelings but to also continue his investigationwith or without her help.
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The Cowboys series is really good... this is the story of the youngest sibling, Drew and her adventures in teh wild west show!
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As the main attraction for the wild west show, sharpshooter Drew has nerves of steele. Yet Cole makes her feel weak-kneed. But when the cowboy wraps his strong arms around her, she knows that she has truly hit her target-and won herself true love.
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Sharpshooter Drew Townsend was the main attraction for a Wild West Show and had faced her share of audiences. Yet when Cole Benton stepped into the ring and challenged her to a shooting contest, she felt as weak-kneeded as a newborn calf. It couldn't be stage fright as she knew she could hit every target with accuracy. Was it perhaps love? Even though she is attracted to the handsome Texan, Drew refused to believe in romance and all of its trappings. But when the cowboy wrapped his strong arms around her, she knew that she had truly hit her target and won herself true love.
This is book 7 of the Cowboys Series. I enjoyed the story but I did not think it was as good as the other stories in the series.
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As the main attraction for the Wild West Show, sharpshooter Drew Townsend had faced her share of audiences. Yet when Cole Benton stepped into the ring and challenged her to a shooting contest, she felt as weak-kneed as a newborn calf. It couldn't be stage fright-she'd hit every target with deadly accuracy-could it be love? Despite her wild attraction to the mysteriously handsome Texan, Drew refused to believe in romance and all its trappings. But when the cowboy wrapped his strong arms around her, she knew that she had truly hit her target-and won herself true love.
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From back cover:
The freedom of the range, the bawling of the longhorns, the lonesome night watch beneath a vast, starry sky-they got into a woman's blood until she knew there was nothing better than the life of a cowgirl...except the love a good man. As the main attraction for the Wild West Show, sharpshooter Drew Townsend had faced her share of audiences. Yet when Cole Benton stepped into the ring and challenged her to a shooting contest, she felt as weak-kneed as a newobrn calf. It couldn't be stage fright-she'd hit every target with deadly accuracy- could it be love? Despite her wild attraction to the mysteriously handsome Texan, Drew refused to believe in romance and all its trappings. But when the cowboy wrapped his strong arms around her, she knew that she had truly hit her target-and won herself true love.
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Loved the series. Couldn't wait to read them all
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Drew is a fulfilling book for all of us girls who wanted to grow up to ride and shoot and have the same fun boys did. Greenwood does a good job showing how Drew matured yet retained that dream.
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Although a very well written novel, it was my least favorite in the series. but I still enjoyed it! The whole series is wonderful.