Title: The Cowboy’s Bride Collection (9 Historical Romance Novellas)
Authors: Susan Page Davis, Vickie McDonough, Nancy J. Farrier, Miralee Ferrell,
Darlene Franklin, Davalynn Spencer, Becca Whitham, Jaime Jo Wright,
and Susanne Dietze
Release Date: March 1, 2016
Genre: Historical Romance
Publisher: Barbour Books
Format: eBook (also available in paperback)
Note: I received a free eBook copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion.
About the book:
Ride onto the open range alongside cowboys and cowgirls who embrace the adventures of living in the Old West from Kansas to New Mexico, Colorado to Texas. Whether rounding up cattle or mustangs, training horses, fending off outlaws, weathering storms, competing in rodeos, or surviving drought these cowboys work hard each day. But when hardheaded men have their weaknesses exposed by well-meaning women will they stampeded away or will a lasting love develop? Find out in this exciting collection of nine historical romances.
This is a wonderful collection of short historical romances.
These great novellas are all set in the time period from 1839-1895. The authors that were brought together to write each of these stories is fantastic. Each writing style is just different enough that you can easily tell they were written by different people. I thoroughly enjoyed the accuracy to the time period for each story. There is quite a variety of characters throughout these stories that kept me interested in reading them.
Love’s Sweet Storm by Miralee Ferrell
I think that the thing I liked the most about this story is that it was a great reminder of the need to speak honestly about our feelings. We shouldn’t just go along with what others have planned for us.
The Cowboy Poet by Susan Page Davis
The thing that really caught my attention in this story was how teasing affects people, even adults.
I really like the fact that with these short stories it is easy to take just a little time each day and finish a whole story in just a couple of days. They are brief escapes from our everyday lives.