The Last Real Cowboy by Donna Alward

Posted May 17th, 2012 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Review, Romance / 1 comment

The Last Real Cowboy & The Rancher's Runaway Princess: The Last Real Cowboy\The Rancher's Runaway PrincessThe Last Real Cowboy  by Donna Alward
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Book Blurb:
A diamond like no other…

From the moment he turned up late to her charity’s meeting, placating everyone with a tip of his Stetson and a lazy smile, Angela Beck knew that Sam Diamond was going to be Trouble with a capital T.

Angela is the prickliest woman Sam’s ever met—let alone had to work with! He’d love to still her sharp tongue with a kiss, but first he has to get close enough to awaken the complex woman beneath the deliberately cool exterior. And that’s something only a real cowboy can do

My Review:

The Last real Cowboy was a great book! Considering the story here dealt with victims of abuse it was exceptionally well written.

The heroine Angela was a victim of abuse now a social worker in the midst of opening a shelter ‘Butterfly house’ for abused women, a shelter whose main sponsor is Sam Diamond.

This story begins with Sam and Angela butting heads but as the story progresses it is wonderful to see Angela come into her own, begin to trust and fall in love, Sam was a wonderful hero supportive and sensitive to Angela’s needs an all around great guy.

The Last real Cowboy was a story of second chances; overcoming your fears and more than anything believing in yourselves.

One Response to “The Last Real Cowboy by Donna Alward”

  1. Gerd D.

    Didn’t enjoy “The last real cowboy” as much, I found the hero to be a bit overbearing, I typically enjoy Donna’s hurt heroes more – but I really did love the bonus story from this one “The Rancher’s Runaway Princess”.
    For that alone this will always hold a top spot in my romance faves.