Friday, May 20, 2016

Review: A Cowboy Kind of Love by Melissa Storm


A Cowboy Kind of Love

by Melissa Storm

Western Romance
ebook, 90 pages
May 2, 2016 by Kindle Worlds
Game for Love Kindle Worlds Novella

He’s run away from everything that ever meant anything–but will he run away from her?

Rhett “the Jet” Alexander, the hottest new recruit for the San Antonio Bombers, has made a career of running—usually while holding a football. So, of course, when his long-term girlfriend saddles him with an ultimatum, he chooses to run away from both their relationship and his home state of California to pursue a new life in Texas. So why is it that when he meets the shy beauty Cassie, the only thing he wants to do is run straight into her arms and hold on to her forever?

Cassie Brown loves her simple life as a cowgirl on the outskirts of San Antonio. The Saddleback Ranch has been in her family for several generations, but now is in danger of closing down due to dwindling profits. She refuses to let her great-grandfather’s legacy dry up without doing everything in her power to save it. The last thing she needs is a distraction, especially a pretty boy running back who can barely commit to dinner plans, let alone a woman.

While Rhett and Cassie are as opposite as they come, they can’t deny the sparks that fly between them. Will he finally stop running long enough to offer his heart, and can she afford to risk hers? Find out in this sweet Western romance inspired by Bella Andre’s Game for Love.



My Thoughts

A Cowboy Kind of Love is a good story about a famous football player who doesn't want to settle down because of his past called Rhett and a beautiful rancher, Cassie, that had to deal with her not-so-profitable ranch. I like the way the story line and the conversation of the character. Throw in a sister who wanted to sell the ranch and an ex girlfriend, this story will keep you guessing. At first I assumed that the sister is a bad one but once you read it, you will realize that this book gives you a very beautiful lesson about family. Rhett proved to be a dependable guy despite his upbringing. I love the way he wooed her, even though I expected this from the beginning. He's one wonderful man even though I'm a bit frustrated at him in the beginning.

This book is actually good but I think it needs to be a little bit longer. Probably develop a bit of Rhett's past but overall I love the story.

I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange of my honest review.


About the Author

Melissa Storm is a mother first, and everything else second. She used to write under a pseudonym, but finally had the confidence to come out as herself to the world. Her fiction is highly personal and often based on true stories. Writing is Melissa's way of showing her daughter just how beautiful life can be, when you pay attention to the everyday wonders that surround us.

Melissa loves books so much, she married fellow author Falcon Storm. Between the two of them, there are always plenty of imaginative, awe-inspiring stories to share. Melissa and Falcon also run the business Novel Publicity together, where she works as publisher, marketer, editor, and all-around business mogul. When she's not reading, writing, or child-rearing, Melissa spends time relaxing at home in the company of her three dogs and five parrots. She never misses an episode of The Bachelor or her nightly lavender-infused soak in the tub. Ahh, the simple luxuries that make life worth living.

Learn more at www.MelStorm.com.

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