The Cowboy Takes a Bride by Lori Wilde
My review: 3.5 of 5 stars
The Cowboy Takes a Bride is a contemporary romance featuring flawed but likable characters Joe Daniels and Mariah Callahan. The story is humorous, emotionally honest, authentic and dramatic. Though it’s a bit too sappy sometimes, it is an enjoyable book perfect for curling up with under a blanket on a cold night. It’s a quick, light read. I especially got a kick from Dutch Callahan’s words of wisdom.
“Never pull a fast one on someone who can outdraw you” – Dutch Callahan (p. 219).
“If you spent your life being a chameleon, how did you know what was really you and what was merely the milieu you’d adapted to” (p. 299).