Review: The Trouble With Cowboys by Melissa Cutler

Title:  The Trouble with Cowboys
Author:Melissa Cutler
Series:Catcher Creek #1
Release Date: October 2nd 2012
Publisher Zebra
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Rating: 4 Hoots
Reviewer: Karia
Buy From: Amazon/ Barnes and Noble

Sum It Up! I liked the twists here and there.

 Cowboys have never been good for Amy Sorentino. First her hard-riding father bankrupted the family farm. Then her all-hat-no-cattle boyfriend sold her out on national television, ending her promising career as a chef. Now she and her squabbling sisters have partnered up in a final attempt to save their land by starting an inn and local restaurant. So it figures that with everything on the line, Amy's key supplier is just the kind of Stetson-tipping heartbreaking bad boy she's sworn to avoid. But Kellan Reed has a few secrets of his own-and cowboy or not, Amy can't resist this kind of wild ride... (Goodreads)

I really feel the summary for this book did not do it justice. The issues with her dad were there, but it was her interactions with her sisters that was the real story. I know the feeling when a pair of
wranglers and a belt can make your heart speed up...so Amy you are not alone!

One aspect that I did have issue with was the fact that Amy was embarrassed over her performance on the cooking show. In reality, she was a pawn to a complete jerk-faced fake cowboy. The fact that her hometown would be anything but supportive of her was shocking. Seriously, hometown girl makes good, gets on a nation show and kicks butt up until she is sabotaged and they ridicule her for it! I was left scratching my head!

While the suspense was good, the inter-play between the sisters and Kellan and Amy was the story. I liked the twists here and there, but they did not overshadow the real love story that grew. Enjoy!

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