Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Book Review: Kiss the Cowboy by Julie Jarnagin
Kiss the Cowboy is written by Julie Jarnagin and is published by Redbud Press.
In this quirky novella, Lucy Pickett is a chef who hopes to cater a fancy wedding reception. She's capable and all looks good until a friend from her past, Dylan Lawson, saunters in to fight for the same catering gig. Dylan is not the same young boy she once knew, but is now a tall, handsome cowboy. He shares Lucy's love for cooking, but that's where it stops. She is refined. He cooks up Rocky Mountain Oysters and thinks that a grand item to serve at a swanky wedding reception. The battle begins.
I have to say that I enjoyed this short read by Julie Jarnagin. It is funny but still has that romantic element in that all women seem to enjoy. It is a romance and that's about all there is to it, but I still liked it. I like Ms. Jarnagin's breezy writing style and her ease of writing dialogue. It's a great read and one that you can finish in one or two sittings.
*I received a copy of Kiss the Cowboy in exchange for my honest opinion. My opinion is my own.*