I received this book for free for a Blog Tour in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Cowboys and Kisses by Sasha Summers
Series: Teens of Black Falls Texas #1
Published by Ink Spell Publishing on 14th February 2014
Genres: Fiction, General, Love & Romance, Romance, Young Adult
Source: for a Blog Tour
Amazon Kindle, Audible
Allie had big plans for the future. Falling for a cowboy wasn’t part of it.
1. Get out of Black Falls Texas – aka Redneck Hell
(Graduation was eight months away. After that, she was out of there.)
2. Avoid Wyatt Holcomb at all costs.
(Except he was everywhere and kind of hard to ignore since he was hot—and a really nice guy.)
3. Avoid her parents.
(Shouldn’t be too hard to do since her father hated her and her mother pretended nothing was wrong.)
4. Stop thinking about Wyatt.
(Which would be a lot easier if he wasn’t so sweet… and he’d keep his shirt on.)
5. Decide what she really wants.
(Instead of holding onto the past and the guilt.)
Maybe falling for a cowboy could work after all?
I really liked this book.
Allie is pretty messed up. She didn’t want to move to Black Falls. She just wants to graduate and get the hell out of town. Before Black Falls she was your average teenager. A bit selfish and always wanting to party. Then it all went wrong. She thinks everything is her fault. There was this big mystery around why they left and why she was so messed up. I guessed what had happened after a few chapters.
Then Allie meets Wyatt. The hot sexy cowboy next door and though it takes her a while to admit it she’s not so sure she want’s to leave anymore. He’s genuinely the nicest guy. He’s been through hell and back and still helps everyone. He’s had a lot of tragedy in his life but he’s still a nice guy.
Dax was pretty great twin. I really liked him I felt pretty sorry for him at times but he was always good to Allie.
I thought that Wyatt and Allie were such a sweet couple. Their love healed each others wounds.
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