Bad News Cowboy
Book Review by Maty Willis
Jack has always viewed Kate as Connor and Eli's baby sister and always tool little for grown up things like dates and such. But Kate is a woman now and shes tired of being treated as a child she wants more she wants love and to feel like a normal girl for once. What started out as helping his friend's sister and protecting her from getting her from other boys by teaching her how to flirt and act around guys soon becomes much more than expected. Now Kate and Jack have their own little secret that they have to keep hidden from her brothers but it is becoming a lot harder as their feelings for each other are growing rapidly stronger. Jack is also helping Kate practice for the rodeo and if she wins she soon will leave her small town life to follow the rodeo and become a professional. Love is too complicated to have a long distance relationship and what if Kate is not ready for anything serious yet she does have her whole life ahead of her. Could this be love? Has she fallen in love with Jack Monaghan of all people? And what will Connor and Eli think of her when they find out?
If you love a book that will keep you on your toes and is also a romantic love story than I highly recommend this book for you. This is also more of a mature book so I suggest this book for older teens or young adults. This book also contains a lot of sexual situations and strong language so if you don't like these situations I would steer clear of this book but it is definitely a book I would read again.
Her Horse, Roo
One of the main characters, Kate, has a strong love for horses, especially her horse named Roo. She spends a lot of time with her horse and they compete in barrel racing at a rodeo together.
Throughout the whole book there is a lot of emphasis on family and its meaning. Kate is very close to her family and relies on them throughout the whole book.
Jack has always been like another older brother to Kate growing up and he is a very close friend to her two brothers. She had never thought anything of Jack until an awkward tension developed when he came back home from traveling with the rodeo.