Cold Heart, Warm Cowboy (Cold River Ranch #2) by Caitlin Crews – Review

Cold Heart, Warm Cowboy (Cold River Ranch, #2)Cold Heart, Warm Cowboy (Cold River Ranch #2) by Caitlin Crews –  A game of pretend with the highest stakes of all in the latest novel of breathtaking romance from USA Today bestselling author Caitlin Crews

Ty Everett ran off to the rodeo when he turned eighteen and has been riding bulls ever since…until his last fall causes partial amnesia and he must return to Cold River Ranch to figure out what comes next. But how can he pick his next move when he can’t remember how he got here in the first place–much less the beautiful woman who appears at the ranch, claims she knows him, and warms his cold heart for the first time since he woke up in the hospital?

Rodeo Queen Hannah Monroe gave up her crown for Ty Everett, and her innocence. What she wants from Ty now is a divorce. But Ty can’t remember her–or their secret wedding, or even the son she never meant to hide from him–and Hannah is torn. How can she leave the man she can’t forget and still loves despite herself? And even if she’s willing to start over, what will happen when the truth comes out?

Publisher: St. Martin’s Paperbacks (July 30, 2019)

Genre: Romance, Contemporary Romance, Western Romance
ISBN-10: 1250295254
ISBN-13: 978-1250295255

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Caitlin CrewsAbout the author: Caitlin Crews discovered her first romance novel at the age of twelve, in a bargain bin at the local five and dime. It involved swashbuckling pirates, grand adventures, a heroine with rustling skirts and a mind of her own, and a seriously mouthwatering and masterful hero. The book (the title of which remains lost in the mists of time) made a serious impression. Caitlin was immediately smitten with romances and romance heroes, to the detriment of her middle school social life. And so began her life-long love affair with romance novels, many of which she insists on keeping near her at all times, thus creating a fire hazard of love wherever she lives.

Caitlin has made her home in places as far-flung as York, England and Atlanta, Georgia. She was raised near New York City, and fell in love with London on her first visit when she was a teenager. She has backpacked in Zimbabwe, been on safari in Botswana, and visited tiny villages in Namibia. She has, while visiting the place in question, declared her intention to live in Prague, Dublin, Paris, Athens, Nice, the Greek Islands, Rome, Venice, and/or any of the Hawaiian islands. Writing about exotic places seems like the next best thing to actually moving there.

She currently lives in Oregon with her animator/comic book artist husband and their menagerie of ridiculous animals.

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Review of  Cold Heart, Warm Cowboy

Cold Heart, Warm Cowboy is the second book in the Cold River Ranch series by Caitlin Crews. A swoon-worthy romance that is sure to sweep you off your feet!  Who doesn’t love a sexy cowboy? Cold Heart, Warm Cowboy was an intense, intriguing and completely emotional romance that captured me from the very start and held my attention until the very end.  You are sure to devour this delightful read in one sitting. I simply could not put this down, I had to know what was going to happen next!

Crews has written an emotional story that is sure to have you experiencing a wide range of emotions and leave you wanting more. It made me feel so many things all at once. I fell in love with Crews writing when I read A True Cowboy Christmas, the first book in the Cold River Ranch series. Each book introduces you to a new couple but you still get to enjoy characters from the previous novel who are secondary characters. They help to mesh the series together. I cannot wait to read the next book in the Cold River Ranch series! *I received a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.*

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