Kiss A Cowboy

Kiss A Cowboy Series Book One

Romance - Contemporary
300 Pages
Reviewed on 11/16/2014
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Reviewed by Natasha Jackson for Readers' Favorite

Andi Stevens is a Seattle artist who is leaving her old life behind her and reuniting with her career obsessed fiancé in New York. In Kiss A Cowboy, Andi doesn’t make it to New York because her transmission leaves her stranded in the Montana mountains. Here she meets Luke Brennan, an unwelcoming and kind of grumpy yet handsome rescuer. Unfortunately, Luke wants nothing to do with another pretty city girl who couldn’t possibly adapt to rural living. Luke takes Andi up to the main house on the ranch where she is openly welcomed by his mom, much to his chagrin. Deanna Lynn Sletten paints a perfect picture of two people fighting attraction for very good reasons. Andi is promised to another man and Luke is guarding his heart against future hurt, but she shows us you simply can’t beat chemistry that strong.

Deanna Lynn Sletten has written a well-paced story of opposites that is touching and endearing. As a reformed city boy, Luke knows exactly what he doesn’t want, no matter how attracted he is to urbanite Andi. What I loved so much about Kiss A Cowboy is the barbs exchanged between them because it is when passion most sparked between them before the first kiss. The honesty between them as they shared things with each other that you wouldn’t typically share with a stranger, or even early in a romantic relationship, was beautiful to witness as the foundation for their relationship. Ms. Sletten did a wonderful job developing secondary characters that lent more credence to the nuances of Luke and Andi. We really got to know them and therefore understand and love them. This isn’t your typical cowboy falls for a city girl story, and it is so much better because of that fact.