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Kiki Overthinks Every Thing
July 21, 2011
Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy.
Mood:  happy
Now Playing: Harlequin's A Cowboy for Every Mood
Topic: Book Reviews

 

I think it is no big secret that I have a huge celebrity crush on Hugh Jackman going back about ten years. Every now and then another Brit or Australian or Scot or Irishman (and the rare American) catches my attention, but I always go back to Hugh. So, it is with no surprise that I admit it is because of him that I have a huge preference for the cowboy romance. Tongue out 

It all started when I went to see that gosh awful movie Australia. It wasn't the acting that was bad, btw. It was the direction of the movie. It tried to be all things but it ended up being a mess. One of the things Australia tried to be was a cowboy romance, and Hugh Jackman makes for one fine looking cowboy. His character was rugged, just, rough around the edges, a savior, a protector, and a lover who could clean up very well. What more could a woman ask for in romantic partner? So, with every cowboy romance novel I pick up, I will always think of Hugh from Australia.

Harlequin Books is making it very easy for me to get my fix this month. They will be placing a special Stetson logo on all their releases in July  to make it easier for me (*ahem* I mean "we") to find western and cowboy themed romances. Just look for the below logo:

 

Here's a sampling of cowboy/western themed romance novels I've enjoyed:

Cowboy, Take Me Away by Kathleen Eagle

Taming Blackhawk by Barbara McCauley

Wanted! by Vicki Lewis Thompson

Rogue Stallion by Diana Palmer

McKettricks of Texas: Austin by Linda Lael Miller

The Call of the Canyon by Zane Grey

The Mighty Quinns: Brody by Kate Hoffman

 

Disclaimer: I am a Harlequin ambassador and they encouraged me to blog, Facebook or Tweet about their "A Cowboy for Every Mood" promotion. I was not paid or reimbursed in any form or fashion. Although most of the books I listed were published by Harlequin, I acquired with my own funds or library card. :-)


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