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  • Paperback
  • 273 pages
  • Real Cowboys (Home on the Ranch #31)
  • Roz Denny Fox
  • English
  • 23 July 2018
  • 0373714122

Real Cowboys (Home on the Ranch #31)❰BOOKS❯ ✯ Real Cowboys (Home on the Ranch #31) Author Roz Denny Fox – Essayreview.co.uk Taking a teaching job in a desolate corner of Idaho wasKate Steele s way of making sure her in laws didn tturn her son, Danny, into a shiftless bronc buster likehis father Except in the middle of nowh Taking a teaching job in a desolate corner of Idaho wasKate Steele s way of making sure her in laws didn tturn her son, Danny, into a shiftless bronc buster likehis father Except in the middle of nowhere sheunexpectedly ran headlong into a genuine buckarooBeing a good parent and a born rancher were all thatmattered to Ben Trueblood until gutsy Kate camealong Suddenly he found himself explaining toDanny the rodeo circuit wasn t all that excitingand considering the idea of hanging up his spursAnything was possible if it meant having Kate.


About the Author: Roz Denny Fox

Roz saw her first book, Red Hot Pepper, published by Harlequin Books in February She has written for several Harlequin series lines as well as special projects and online serials Besides being a writer Roz has worked as a medical secretary and as an administrative assistant for both an elementary school and a community college Part of her love for writing came from moving around with her husband during his tenure in the Marine Corps and later as a telephone engineer The richness of settings and diversity of friendships she s experienced continue to find their way into Roz s stories.


10 thoughts on “Real Cowboys (Home on the Ranch #31)

  1. says:

    Reviewed for THC Reviews Real Cowboys is a gentle, feel good romance about life, love and family It takes place in a tiny rural community in the southwest corner of Idaho where its border meets Oregon and Nevada It s kind of a place out of time where ranchers run cattle in the old fashioned way while fighting legal battles to keep their government grazing land leases Everybody knows everybody else, and the few children in the community attend a one room schoolhouse that encompasses grades 1 8, Reviewed for THC Reviews Real Cowboys is a gentle, feel good romance about life, love and family It takes place in a tiny rural community in the southwest corner of Idaho where its border meets Oregon and Nevada It s kind of a place out of time where ranchers run cattle in the old fashioned way while fighting legal battles to keep their government grazing land leases Everybody knows everybody else, and the few children in the community attend a one room schoolhouse that encompasses grades 1 8, and that s only when a teacher is available It s a little like going back to the pioneer days which is an era I enjoy reading about Half Native American cowboy, Ben Trueblood, works hard on his ranch in between his bouts with government bureaucracy, but he s keeping a secret that no one except Lou Bobbalou Bobolink, his cook and the man who essentially raised him knows Widow, Kate Steele, accepts the job as teacher at the little school to get away from in laws who are trying to mold her son, Danny, into a carbon copy of his father, a rodeo cowboy who left Kate with a distrust of all cowboys Kate battles with Danny over his passion to become a champion roper like his father, and Ben is raising a young daughter, Clover, that he adopted as an infant after her teenage parents abandoned her in his barn There is a little medical drama when Cover is bitten by a poisonous spider for which there is no antivenin, and a bitexcitement when the kids do something dangerous after getting a wild notion in their heads Overall though, Real Cowboys is just a laid back, slice of life romance about two people trying to overcome their differences to create the family they ve both always wanted and never really had.I really liked both Ben and Kate as the hero and heroine Kate is a great mom and teacher in spite of being in a wheelchair She was in the same car accident that killed her husband, but mysteriously the doctors were never able to find any injury to explain her inability to walk afterward She s also very wary of all cowboys after living with a husband who cheated on her and put his rodeo competitions ahead of her and Danny, so when she meets Ben there s an instant attraction that she tries hard to ignore Ben is a buckaroo slightly different than a cowboy rancher who is nothing like Kate s first husband He s not on the rodeo circuit, but instead is just a man who loves cattle and horses, trying to make a living off the land He s a deeply committed father to Clover even though she isn t his biological child I did figure out Ben s secret pretty easily, but was happy to see that when he finally came clean with Kate, she was very supportive Ben was just an all around great guy He and Kate together took their time building a relationship that was very sweet and tender.The kids, Danny and Clover, were positively adorable They become fast friends, and get along famously right from the start They can occasionally be a bit precocious, but all in all were rendered in a very age appropriate way which I appreciated Danny really wants to be a calf roper, but Kate s fears of him turning into his father cause her to be a bit hard on him He s not too thrilled about moving to Idaho, and sometimes has moments where he becomes understandably sulky about that and his mom stifling his dreams, but he s never obnoxious Clover is a really cute little girl who had spent her whole life around ranchers and has become a bit of a tomboy, but when the pretty new teacher comes along, it inspires her to wantgirly things She has some difficulties with her schoolwork, but is an amazingly good artist She also has an incredible way with animals that almost touches on the paranormal, because it s as though she can psychically communicate with them This part of the story fascinated me, and I wish there had been room to explore her talentAnyone who is looking for a nice, easy, heartwarming read without any major conflicts or villains, or anyone who enjoys a good cowboy or Native American story should definitely check out Real Cowboys There are only a handful of profanities, and the only love scene is very mild with virtually no details, so it would likely be acceptable for younger andsensitive readers Roz Denny Fox wrote a novella sequel to Real Cowboys titled Nate s Anatomy, featuring physician s assistant, Nate Ramsey, who is introduced in this book Ben, Kate and Bobbalou all make appearances in his story which is currently available as a free online e book at the e Harlequin website Real Cowboys is also part of the Harlequin multi author series Home on the Ranch As far as I know, there are no carry over characters or storylines in this series, just the common Western theme of cowboys and ranchers Roz Denny Fox is fast becoming an author I can count on for a good comfort read that leaves me with a warm, fuzzy feeling I m really looking forward to continuing my exploration of her extensive back list

  2. says:

    Great book can t readbooks by this author

  3. says:

    Loved this Great lovable H h, wonderful story and the two kids were also very lovable I plan to check outby this author Occasional mild curses and one non graphic sexual encounter Loved this Great lovable H h, wonderful story and the two kids were also very lovable I plan to check outby this author Occasional mild curses and one non graphic sexual encounter

  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This story had its ups and downs for me I liked the sweet love story and that it didn t feel rushed But I didn t like the grandparents at all and about half the time Danny irritated me The grandmother was so concerned with keeping Danny in the rodeo that she went behind Kate s back to send money, a phone and promised a saddle for his birthday That kind of backstabbing just makes me so mad Then there s the part where Kate walks I liked that she did but I thought it was unrealistic how fast This story had its ups and downs for me I liked the sweet love story and that it didn t feel rushed But I didn t like the grandparents at all and about half the time Danny irritated me The grandmother was so concerned with keeping Danny in the rodeo that she went behind Kate s back to send money, a phone and promised a saddle for his birthday That kind of backstabbing just makes me so mad Then there s the part where Kate walks I liked that she did but I thought it was unrealistic how fast her progress was I also think the author had very unrealistic ideas about small town living based on personal experience of living in several small towns myself

  5. says:

    I just loved this book.The story is so beautiful and I fell in love with the characters She, Kate Steele, a strong willed widow struggling with guilt I loved the fact that she was determined to make a life for her and hers son Danny despite her handicap, I loved her interaction with Ben the He hero and Clover his adopted daughter and her pupil How I appreciate the turn of the story as she we discovered the reason why he couldn t help lover improving her reading.I also appreciate the fact I just loved this book.The story is so beautiful and I fell in love with the characters She, Kate Steele, a strong willed widow struggling with guilt I loved the fact that she was determined to make a life for her and hers son Danny despite her handicap, I loved her interaction with Ben the He hero and Clover his adopted daughter and her pupil How I appreciate the turn of the story as she we discovered the reason why he couldn t help lover improving her reading.I also appreciate the fact that it hadn t too hot streaming love scenes, which I love but sometimes, found that too often, in comtemp romance, they are repetitive and a good third of the story without adding to the story one of my favs

  6. says:

    I ve read this book before, but a second read showed me why I loved this story the first time A strong widowed woman trying to rebuild a life for her and her son in a small town is only the beginning of a new love in her life Add in a hero larger than life who doesn t think of him that way because of the secret he has hidden from almost everyone who knows him along with a daughter he is raising alone and you can understand why this reader was hooked Of course, his daughter was abandoned at bi I ve read this book before, but a second read showed me why I loved this story the first time A strong widowed woman trying to rebuild a life for her and her son in a small town is only the beginning of a new love in her life Add in a hero larger than life who doesn t think of him that way because of the secret he has hidden from almost everyone who knows him along with a daughter he is raising alone and you can understand why this reader was hooked Of course, his daughter was abandoned at birth and he raises her as his own because of the love in his heart.Add in one feisty woman in a wheelchair that wants no help from him and you know something unexpected and good is going to happen A real romance story with unusual main characters The secondary characters, both young children add real depth to this story

  7. says:

    Likeable characters widowed mom accepts a teaching position for a rural community in Idaho to get her 10 year old son away from the influence of her in laws, who are priming him to follow in his late father s rodeo champion footsteps She ends up butting heads a bit with the guardian of her youngest student, who seems to have some learning issues and seems to need a little extra help Said guardian is appealing to her on a gut level, but she can t see herself falling for another cowboy horseman Likeable characters widowed mom accepts a teaching position for a rural community in Idaho to get her 10 year old son away from the influence of her in laws, who are priming him to follow in his late father s rodeo champion footsteps She ends up butting heads a bit with the guardian of her youngest student, who seems to have some learning issues and seems to need a little extra help Said guardian is appealing to her on a gut level, but she can t see herself falling for another cowboy horseman type and is frustrated by his lack of concern on her student s behalf.Some of the characters are a little broad brushed, and the ending feels almost too pat, but overall, an enjoyable read

  8. says:

    In Fox s romance novel, Kate Steele takes a teaching job in a remote corner of Idaho in hopes of preventing her in laws from turning her son, Danny, into a no count rodeo rider like his father Out of the blue, she unexpectantly runs into a genuine rodeo rider and now questions her own actions Ben Trueblood is a born rancher with plans to be a great father when he meets Kate To his own surprise, he finds himself advising Danny that the rodeo isn t all it s cut out to be and that he, in fact, h In Fox s romance novel, Kate Steele takes a teaching job in a remote corner of Idaho in hopes of preventing her in laws from turning her son, Danny, into a no count rodeo rider like his father Out of the blue, she unexpectantly runs into a genuine rodeo rider and now questions her own actions Ben Trueblood is a born rancher with plans to be a great father when he meets Kate To his own surprise, he finds himself advising Danny that the rodeo isn t all it s cut out to be and that he, in fact, has plans on ending his own rodeo career in the near future.A solid contribution to the Cowboy at Heart series

  9. says:

    This book had a very moving plot filled with characters I would like to meet.

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