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Friday, September 11, 2015

Review Request: Buttermilk Ranch (The Hard Riders #1) by Patricia Logan




Buttermilk Ranch (The Hard Riders Book 1)Kindle Edition, 189 pages
Published August 29th 2015 by Westburg Publishing

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Review by: multitaskingmomma
My Rating: 3.5 of 5 Stars 
 



Although I kind of rated this an average, there is no denying that I truly enjoyed myself. Buttermilk Ranch is one of the obviously fictional romances that make me smile stupid for the uber sweet romance going on. It is also kind of fairytalish so it just added up to the uberness. 


Dell lost his beloved horse which triggered his retirement and to open a diner/restaurant. The Buttermilk Ranch is a vegetarian place and should never have made it in a location where meat lovers were the majority of the market. By some twist of fate and the good name of Dell who is sort of a local celebrity, his buddies and more enjoy the ambiance and food served. One night, a buddy brings in a half-brother of his and that is when Dell began thinking twice about being closeted.

Pace is a music critic, a celebrated one at that, who walks into the Buttermilk Ranch and falls hard for the cowboy Dell and the vegie food. He is not one to question his likes and dislikes, going for the gut instinct, and decides he is  going to take a chance and grab Dell. Thankfully, Dell is grabable and so their romance unfolds. The journey is where the fairy tale begins and ends. Reality, this is not. Fun, oh yes, this is so much fun to read.

If you want to take a chance on quite the light read that can make your teeth ache in its moranticness (yes, I used the word morantic :D), then this is the book for you. This is a good read to while the time away and forget the nastiness around you.

Note: Copy provided by Pride Promotions for the author for an honest review.








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