The Truth About Cowboys by Lisa Renee Jones
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The Truth About Cowboys

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Lisa Renee Jones

The Truth about cowboys by Lisa Renee Jones

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Steamy, sexy, and laugh-out-loud funny, THE TRUTH ABOUT COWBOYS is a new contemporary novel that will pull your heartstrings and steam up your e-reader…

While I was off pitching in the big leagues, my family was back in the small town of Sweetwater, Texas, running the family ranch. Then tragedy hit and I discovered there were secrets that my family kept, problems they hid. I went home, left behind the money, women, and fame. I took over the ranch and took care of my grandmother. I took over hiding the secrets. Then she came to town. A smart-mouthed, clumsy, too-smart-and-too-pretty-for-my-own-good city girl hiding out to write a book. She’s right here, on my property, in the cottage my grandmother rented her without my permission, and she sees too much. She knows too much.

Now suddenly my world is spinning, and she’s shoving a baseball back in my hand while baking cookies with my grandmother. She’s the devil and an angel all in one fiery little package. I decide I’ll wait her out. She’ll go back to the city. Only suddenly I don’t want her to leave, and everything I’ve settled for in my life isn’t enough. I want to play ball and I want her, but there’s that secret that won’t let go, but neither will she.


Publisher: Entangled: Amara
Publication Date: August 27, 2019
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Source: NetGalley
Length: 352 pages
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I’ll be honest in saying that my newly single self hasn’t been the biggest fan of romance novels lately. There’s nothing like a bitter break up to make a person stop believing in true love and happily ever afters.

It’s no surprise I was drawn to this book because of the cover. While I may not believe in love, I do believe in steamy fun times with good looking men and this cover model is most definitely a good looking man.

From the first page of this book, the book gave me more than I expected. Right away, I knew I was going to enjoy it.

Most people would think it’s crazy to leave everything (newly defined as “nothing”) behind to live in a cottage that I’ve never seen outside of a few Zillow photos. And yes, it’s a decision I admittedly made rather spontaneously and from a hotel room, bot desperate times demand desperate decisions. I need to breathe air that my ex isn’t breathing.

I’m pretty sure I’ve never had a book so accurately sum up my recent life decisions. For the most part the people in my life think I’m absolutely bonkers.

You see, when I found myself single for the first time in nearly a decade, I didn’t cry or wallow in my own pity. I started packing my things, applied for jobs all over the country, put in my notice at work and within 2 weeks I was moving into my new apartment a couple hundred miles away from my ex.

Personal antidotes aside, this was a fun read. I found Jessica very relatable and Jason was the perfect cowboy book boyfriend. Have I mentioned lately how much I love cowboys?

Overall, The Truth About Cowboys is the perfect book to curl up with on a crisp fall day. It will appeal to people who not only love cowboys but baseball players and secrets as well.

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Looking for more cowboys? I recommend Tempting the Rancher or A Hot Montana Summer

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