Title: Chantilly’s Cowboy
Publisher: Carina Press
Pub Date: 06/06/2011
Author: Kayn, Debra
I was expecting an ordinary, typical Texan style romance in ‘Chantilly’s Cowboy’ by Debra Kayn, but I was highly amused when the story surpassed my expectations. I was not only entertained by the languorous, budding romance between the main characters, but I learned quite a little bit about sewing in this story.
Chantilly (the main character) is named after a type of lace. Gosh, and I thought that’s just a fancy name.
Anyway, this book is a wonderful, comfortable read. It’s something that i would want to get my hands off whenever I need some comforting romance. It gives me warm and fuzzy feelings. My only complain is that the book is too short. I practically devoured this book within an hour. It was not enough for me.
I enjoyed the book very much, and I rate this book 4 out of 5. I received an ARC of this book from Carina Press via Netgalley. I was not compensated in any ways for writing this review.
All Chantilly McDougal wants is to run her daddy’s ranch. The only one of five sisters content to stay on the McDougal spread, Chantilly loves the land and knows the workings of the ranch better than anyone. So when Stuart McDougal hires Jack Grady as his new foreman without even consulting her, Chantilly is furious. She doesn’t need the help of any cowboy, no matter what feelings the man arouses in her!
Jack Grady can understand Tilly’s frustrations over working with him, but he needs the job to put his nephew through law school. Besides, he’s made a promise to Stuart, and everyone knows a cowboy never goes back on his word. But when he finds himself falling for the boss’s daughter, Jack is torn between being honest with Tilly, and keeping her father’s secret.