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It's just a really, really good story which has been written really, really well.
I'll maybe let my thoughts settle and see if I can come up with a more coherent review, at the moment I'm just too gushy and fangirly over it to string a decent sentence together.
I'll definitely be looking out for any and all cowboy romance books from now on. I barely know where to begin to explain how much I loved it. It's romantic and funny, sad and touching, exciting and inspiring. The little side stories are so cute too and I really hope there's another story in the pipeline for Russell the dentist because I'd love to know how he gets on.
I tried to make it last as long as I could while at the same time wrestling with the urge to race to the last page to see how it ended. It's got a tormented and troubled Rodeo hero (cowboy Luke *swoon*) who shares history with the reluctant heroine (Shannon) who runs the animal shelter, there's a deluded dentist who also hopes to snag the heroine, an overbearing mother and a kitchy sister who sells found treasures on ebay, a few quirky gal pals...rescued animals in desperate need of new, loving, forever homes. To begin with I just wanted him to get lost and grow a pair but by the end I was rooting for him and I hope he gets a story of his own.
As broken as Luke is, Shannon's almost as damaged, what with her deep-seated neediness and sense of useless obligation to people who really mean nothing to her (and, more importantly, who don't really care for her terribly, either).