Thursday, January 8, 2015

Forever Kind of Cowboy by Sandy Sullivan

Title: Forever Kind of Cowboy
Series: Cowboy Dreaming, 5
Author: Sandy Sullivan
Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing
Genre: MF, contemporary
Pages: 166
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher’s Blurb
Jeremiah Young has been Callie Lewis’s full-on crush from the time she was a freshman in high school and he tutored her in Math, now they are both grown ups trying to find their way in the world. Can she convince herself he is her Forever Kind of Cowboy before he walks away?
Jeremiah does the finances for Thunder Ridge. He’s managed to build quite a little nest egg for himself and his family over the last few years with smart investments, but he wants to make sure he can take care of a family before he puts his feet in that pool. Callie has been a friend all these years so when did she grow up to be a gorgeous woman?
Can two stubborn, individualistic people come together to build a lifetime of love or will their pride and goals get in the way of a forever kind of love?

Forever Kind of Cowboy is the fifth installment to the Cowboy Dreaming series by Sandy Sullivan.   In this story we get to hear about Jeremiah the book keeper to the ranch.
Jeremiah is the quiet brother. A whiz at math. He wanted to do more than just work the ranch for the rest of his life. He wanted to see things and do things.
Callinda works for her dad at the gas station fixing cars.  She longs for Jeremiah but he doesn’t seem to see her that way. She lost her mother at a young age and really isn’t comfortable with the flirting and getting a guy routine.
When Jeremiah asks Callie out she is sure he doesn’t mean it. But she agrees. The sparks fly between these two.
I liked that they were friends first then lovers.  Callie is the kind of girl to keep Jeremiah grounded and level headed.  She is strong enough to go toe to toe with him too.
I loved the sweetness of this story.  Callie is a special lady and I am glad she found someone just as special in Jeremiah.
This story makes me think true love really does conquer all. 

                               Five Shooting Stars 

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