Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Review: Her Texas Cowboy (Blackstone Ranch, #2) by Pam Crooks


He can't be fooled by a pretty face…

Brock Paxton’s love life is suffering, and there’s no woman around who can cure him—until a raven-haired beauty in stilettos drives into town to help at his family's vacation resort. Her questions stir his suspicions and his instincts insist there's more to her than she lets anyone see. So why does he still want her more than he should?

Facing false allegations back home in New York City, Lucienne Dunn has only one hope left to save herself: asking her father for help. Though his ruthless solution goes against everything she's ever believed in, she must go along with his plan, even if it means clashing with a sexy, ex-military cowboy...

But the Paxtons refuse to sell, and there’s danger brewing on the ranch. Everything in Lucienne’s life is falling apart. How can she live without Brock when it does?


My Review:

The things you do for those you love....

Brock Paxton will do anything to protect his family and their legacy.  So, when Lucienne Dunn shows up to decorate the cabins at Blackstone Ranch’s new vacation getaway, he can’t seem to help thinking there is more up her sleeve than just a decorating job. 

Lucienne is in legal trouble and needs to clear her name.  When her father comes up with the idea of buying Paxton Ranch, for its mineral rights, and asks Lucienne to convince them to sell, she had no choice but to go along with it.  But there was a flaw to the plan.  Lucienne didn’t plan on falling for Brock or caring so much for his family and she has trouble fulfilling her part of the plan.  And when her secret comes out, she needs to convince Brock that she really isn’t a bad person before it’s too late.

I really liked the opposites attract storyline and seeing how Lucienne and Brock worked through their differences.  I also liked how the Paxton family would do anything to protect what was theirs, even if it was a woman.  There was also a little bit of mystery in the story.  This is the second book in the Blackstone Ranch series and I enjoyed it as much as the first.  I look forward to reading the next book. 



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