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Review: The Cowboy and the Kid by Anne McAllister

Series: The Tanner Brothers #4the-cowboy-and-the-kid

Title: The Cowboy and the Kid by Anne McAllister

Author: Anne McAllister

Publisher: Montana Born, Tule Publishing

Published: January 26th, 2017

Pages: 187

Rating: 4/5

My Review:

This is a delightfully different story with a precocious eight year old, Becky, deciding to act as matchmaker for her father, Taggart Jones, and the lady she thinks would be a great mother for her – her school teacher, Felicity Albright. Taggart was a rodeo star and became a single father after his wife decided it just wasn’t the life she wanted. Taggart was determined he would bring up his daughter and even took her on the tours with him until she was old enough to start school. A serious road accident then made him and his travel partner Noah reevaluate their life choices and they set up in business together, training others in rodeo skills. The accident brought Noah and his love back together and introduced him to his daughter. Now that daughter and Becky are working together to bring Taggart and Felicity together!

This story has so many laugh out loud moments, it is a thoroughly enjoyable story to escape into! As the two girls start to stalk their teacher, plotting how to get her attention and introduce her to Taggart you just have to appreciate their determination and ingenuity. There are plenty of twists and turns in this story – some of them riding a bull! So hang on tight, keep your wits about you and be ready for a real rodeo of a story. I have no hesitation in highly recommending this cowboy/teacher romcom to everyone who enjoys the genre.

Many thanks to the publishers who gifted me a copy of this book without any obligations. This is my honest review after choosing to read it.


Having a father is a big responsibility.

And finding him a wife is a challenge eight-year-old Becky Jones takes seriously. Ex-rodeo cowboy Taggart Jones is adamant. No marriage. Been there. Done that.

Not even if Becky’s dream candidate is her beautiful, blonde teacher, Felicity Albright, who knows about barrettes, patching up scrapes, and hates carrots as much as his daughter. Taggart’s still not interested. Much.

What’s a daughter to do? Becky’s nothing if not ingenious, and she’s determined to convince a stubborn Taggart and a bemused Felicity that they really have met their match.

Buy Links:    Amazon (UK)         Amazon (US)        Barnes and Noble


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