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Surrounded by hunky cowboys, what’s a girl to do?
Advertising executive Paige Porter heads to Las Vegas for the finals rodeo with one goal in mind: Find a cowboy with the perfect...um...genes to model her client’s new Western clothing line. After covertly watching hundreds of men walk by, Paige finally finds the cowboy with her ideal assets. Before she can approach him, he disappears into the crowd. She’s left with a picture of his back pockets and an annoying rodeo clown who makes her wish she’d never left home.
Cooper James lives life to the fullest, determined to make people smile with his own special brand of humor. As a rodeo clown and barrelman, he loves engaging the crowd and getting a laugh, even if it means embarrassing an uptight ad executive who’s desperately searching for the idyllic model for a new brand of jeans. Intrigued by the woman, Cooper has no intention of telling her he recognizes the denim-clad backside in the photo she’s flashing all over town. Laughter, lighthearted fun, and love ensue in this heartwarming holiday romance.
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Story #4 Sweet, funny, truly romantic
Rodeo Romance Series is such a great story series. I chuckled out loud several times, and enjoyed the tension and angst between the two love interests, Cooper and Paige. I cannot wait to get the next 4 in this series on Audible. Also, Luke Andreen can read everything as far as I am concerned! Not a reflection on the author or the voice actor, the only negative is that Audible should do a better job of making sure there are never any recording glitches such as phrase repeats. Those are too easy to fix in such a professional medium.
Barreling Through Christmas - Rodeo Romance #4
Paige and Cooper had me giggling throughout most of their story. These two made me think of the saying, "There is a lid for every pot." They just complimented each other so well and were each exactly what the other one needed.
I was glad that their family members stayed in contact but minded their own business while these two worked through their issues ans only got involved when asked. It was so refreshing.
The advertising campaign that Paige put together had me grinning. Too bad it was just fiction.
The cameos from characters from the first three books in the series was lovely.
Luke Andreen is one of my favorite narrators. He did a remarkable job bringing these characters to life.