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How to Train a Cowboy (Texas Rescue, #6) LESSONS IN LASSOING Though Marine hero Benjamin Graham doesn't know the first thing about ranching, his new job is the lifeline he desperately needs Without the help of feisty cowgirl Emily Davis, though, he's lost—in ways than one But as their attraction turns combustible, the hardened battle vet turns away from the gorgeous college coed She might know every inch of her family's homestead, but Graham doesn't want her to know his pain Even if the world is Emily's oyster, all she's ever wanted is the family ranch And though rugged new ranch hand Graham seems like an unlikely trainee, he is taking her dreams of running the ranch seriously than anyone else As they grow closer during hot days—and nights—working the range, Emily starts to think that maybe the ranch is only a piece of her dream… ➸ [Leer] ➳ Psiconutrición. Aprende a tener una relación saludable con la comida Por Griselda Herrero Mart n ➽ – his new job is the lifeline he desperately needs Without the help of feisty cowgirl Emily Davis ✻ [EPUB] ✰ Moonsong (The Vampire Diaries: The Hunters, By L.J. Smith ❅ – though [EPUB] ✸ La lanza rota (Leyendas de Kalomaar By Alberto Rojas – he's lost—in ways than one But as their attraction turns combustible ❧ Im Trying to Love Math free download ➛ Author Bethany Barton – the hardened battle vet turns away from the gorgeous college coed She might know every inch of her family's homestead ❴Read❵ ➳ For Every Cat an Angel Author Christine Davis – but Graham doesn't want her to know his pain Even if the world is Emily's oyster ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Einstein By Gabriel Emanuel ❤ – all she's ever wanted is the family ranch And though rugged new ranch hand Graham seems like an unlikely trainee ✅ Embryology Coloring Book PDF / Epub ⚣ Author George Matsumura – he is taking her dreams of running the ranch seriously than anyone else As they grow closer during hot days—and nights—working the range [PDF] ✩ Embriologia ✭ George Matsumura – Emily starts to think that maybe the ranch is only a piece of her dream…

About the Author: Caro Carson

Despite a no nonsense background as a West Point graduate and U.S Army officer, Caro Carson has always treasured the happily ever after of a good romance novel After her military service, she worked in the healthcare industry with a Fortune 100 company, talking science with doctors who were rarely handsome bachelor Texans like the doctors in her books Now a RITA™ award winning and USA Today bes

10 thoughts on “How to Train a Cowboy (Texas Rescue, #6)

  1. Lynn Grier Lynn Grier says:

    I loved reading this book. True to life characters and to me Graham was Emily's knight in shining armor, coming to the rescue to save her in a couple of incidents. My first read by this author and hope to read more.

  2. Amary Chapman Amary Chapman says:

    Emily Davis resented being told what to do, and her lousy ex-boyfriend's harassment. After stopping at a local bar, she shut down said ex and when he tried to persist Ben Graham scared him off.
    Graham was strongly drawn to Em as she was to him, and as they chatted by the bar, he noticed a fight starting and hustled her out the back door as it escalated. Stuck on the back patio with others and no way out they continued to chat until the biker fight spilled out the back door.
    Em's truck was penned in by the police response, so they decided to spend some time together. After a long night that neither wanted to end, they separated, only to be brought back together by fate.
    Told with humor, romance and sensuality, this one is not to be missed.
    I requested and received an ARC copy to read and review.

  3. Erica Henry Erica Henry says:

    This was such a sweet story. Emily reminded me of myself, very head strong and stubborn.

  4. Susan Susan says:

    Good book. Graham left the Marines after eight years, burned out on the things he'd seen and done. But coming home wasn't the answer either. He spent time putting his business degree to use but still felt unsettled and lost. Then his uncle offered him a job as a ranch hand, something he knew nothing about. The night before reporting into work, Graham stopped at a local bar, but still felt out of place among the college kids and young soldiers who were there. On his way out he came to the rescue of a young woman having trouble with her ex.

    Emily stopped at the bar to meet friends before going back to her last semester of college. She was already bummed because the last thing she wanted was to go back to school. Being accosted by her ex was the icing on the cake. Things looked up when she met Graham, who backed her up without being obnoxious about it.

    I loved this first encounter between Graham and Emily. Graham noticed Emily right away and was bowled over by her. He was watchful during her conversation with her ex and thoroughly enjoyed seeing her deal with him. I loved Graham's understated intervention. Emily's reaction to Graham was just as strong as she made her attempt to thank him for his help. When a fight broke out in the bar, Graham's protective instincts kicked in and he got Emily and others to a safe spot. Unable to leave, Graham and Emily spent the time talking.

    It was unusual to have more than half of the book take place in the first few hours of when Emily and Graham met. There was a connection between them from the moment they met, in spite of the eight years age difference. I loved how easy they found it to talk to each other about anything and everything. Graham told her about his upcoming job as a ranch hand, his lack of experience and his determination to make a go of it. Emily told Graham all about her frustration with her family's refusal to accept what she wants from her life. I loved how Graham was able to help Emily see that she could stand up for herself and go after her dreams. As they talked, the attraction between them grew and added to the connection they felt. By the time the night was over, they had plans to meet again. They did not expect it to be so soon.

    I ached for both Graham and Emily when they did. Graham had just finished getting settled, dealing with the obnoxious young cowboy who was training him. This scene made me laugh, to see this young punk try to pull stupid tricks on a man like Graham. Graham was also dealing with the sneaking suspicion that the ranch he was on was the one owned by Emily's family and that he had just taken the job she wanted. Emily's shock at seeing Graham was real, as was her anger when she realized what had happened. I hurt for her as all the plans she made were shot down one by one, leaving her stuck with her family's expectations after all. There was a good scene where she intervened with Sid's hazing of Graham, which also led to another instance of her standing up for herself and her goals. I loved seeing Graham help her see that she could still make her dreams work; she simply had to make some adjustments. It was so sweet to see Graham show her what she couldn't see for herself.

    The end of the book came in kind of a rush. I liked the scene at the roundup, where it was clear that Graham was settling in well. He was obviously accepted by her cousins, Luke and Trey. The progression of the relationship between Graham and Emily was alluded to in his thoughts about their calls and video chats, but not elaborated on. I loved the final scene with Emily's graduation and the twist that she and Graham added to it.

  5. Ann Major Ann Major says:

    The author sent me an ARC of this novel, and this is an honest review. I enjoyed the book very much. The characters are warm and appealing. The hero is very protective of the heroine in all ways. Not only does he protect her physically, he nurtures her desire for independence. This is a tender, realistic, honestly-told romance that will warm your heart long after you close the book. Being from Texas, I found the setting authentic. Caro Carson just gets better and better. I can't wait to read her next book.

  6. Lovely Loveday Lovely Loveday says:

    I found this to be a good romantic read that is full of love, hope, family and friendships. This book takes many twist and turns along the way making it a more interesting read. While I like romance novels, I found this one to be uniquely different then most. You will not see a lot of the events of their love story coming making it a hard to put down read.

  7. Marsha Marsha says:

    In most popcorn romances, love is almost always instantaneous. Whether the couple quench their red-hot fire on the first night or a few months (or years) down the line, their love is always meant to be, written in the stars, recognizable at first glance, if not acknowledged as such. It’s the sort of fantasy for people who truly wish or believe that their own true love is out there—somewhere—and when found will be known on the spot as being THE ONE.

    It can be frustrating to read such stories, making you wonder if it’s not possible for love to grow over time or for you to find someone else when your previous amour dies, breaks up with you or leaves for whatever reason. Love at first sight? Sounds great if you’re 15 and have your head in the clouds.

    This novel manages to make skeptics believers, if only for a little while. Incredibly, the first half of the novel details the events of a single night, the night Benjamin Graham meets the plucky Emily Davis. Emily is a cowgirl from her long hair to her boots. But she’s been fighting a losing battle trying to get what she wants—a life spent ranching and farming along with the boys. Her draconian parents have been wearing her down about getting a college degree that she doesn’t want. In spite of her brave spirit, she’s been ground down slowly over the years.

    All this heartfelt emotional sharing takes place on the same night as their initial encounter and it enriches the sexual joining between our protagonists. Because this bulk of the novel focuses almost exclusively on Emily and Benjamin, the reader has an almost uncomfortable insight to both of their thoughts. So the supposed one-night stand becomes so much more than that as the two part from each other with goodbyes that are painful in their unspoken intensity. I was swept away by the power of the love that grows between these two and convinced that it is possible to meet someone who can change your life in a single evening.

    The novel also takes us into the mundane tasks of a working horse ranch and farm. It certainly looks as if the author knows what she’s stating so this is also one of those romances that teaches the layman things s/he might not have known.

    But it’s the central love story that captivates and makes How to Train a Cowboy that rare treat—the believable love-at-first-sight story.

  8. Rhode Rhode says:

    If I were in my 20s, this probably would have gotten a 4th star. I'm not in the mood for a 22 year old heroine's coming of age tale though. It's feminist - well done on that front, especially as the heroine considers at the start of the book if she should act 'girly' at a bar or just be herself.

    The hero is appealing, despite suffering from authors-who-think-business-is-easy syndrome (where a charcter with only a couple of years of experience is making big bucks, driving a fancy car, taking impressive meetings). He adores the heroine so firmly though, along with many other sterling qualities (brains, hard work, height, honesty, respecting women, etc) that he seems almost too perfect in a steadfast, burly beta sort of way.

    The thing that threw me was how long their initial scene goes - it's 65% of the book. I had expected more ranching. There's some, but this is mainly all about a drawn out first meeting and then the fallout from that.

    Lastly, this is not a male-female competition story. She's a million times better at ranch stuff than he is and he's nothing but proud about that. Which is satisfying, as long as you weren't looking forward to a few battle sparks.

  9. Jessica Figueroa Jessica Figueroa says:

    I think it was the pretty cover on the cover that may have drawn my eye. Then there was the fact that there was the word Cowboy in the title and I was sold. After reading the description the book sounded like it was good for me. After reading it I couldn't help but think it was nice. It was a pretty good book. Not the best that I've read but it was pretty good. See the thing is I wished there was more of everything, less of that first day which took up like more the 60% of the book where everything else after felt rushed so made it less enjoyable. I liked seeing the conflict for Emily and how she was dealing with family and her school education and knowing what she really wanted and having Graham to help her out to see things in a different way to help her with what she truly wants.

    Overall the story line was interesting, the characters were okay wish I knew more about them then what was there, the story was paced pretty slow in the beginning and rushed towards the end which was a turn off for me. After all that this book was pretty good.

  10. Frankie Frankie says:

    This story touched my heart. You have a very protective & hot Hero who saves heroine several times, and a beautiful & spunky heroine who is dealing with family, school and stuff. They have an instant connection and there were other aspects that were completely unexpected but seamlessly woven into the main story and added a lot of emotional depth to the main characters. The only negative I have is that majority of the book centers on that 1st day they meet. I wish the rest of their story was not so rushed and was given more time & substance.

    Overall this is one of the better books I've read this year. I read this in one very late-night sitting, but I couldn't stop until I was done. It was that good.

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