Tuesday, May 20, 2014

#REVIEW 5 AH-MAZING STARS for No Accounting for Cowboys by @LeahBraemel

No Accounting for Cowboys (The Grady Legacy, #2)No Accounting for Cowboys by Leah Braemel
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Family history has a way of impacting the way we feel about others around us or even worse causing us to judge others for their family’s history rather than their own actions. When you meet a random person at the bar you never stop to think about any of that until much later. Paige and Jake “JT” get to discover that sometimes attraction is the easy part, can they work through their family’s histories?

Paige is an under appreciated accountant at her aunt’s firm but determined to prove her worth. Reba, her aunt, finally gives her a break. She gives her the Grady job and says if she proves herself on this job that she’ll secure her position within the company. Jake is singing at the bar when her aunt gives her this job over dinner. Paige and Jake start talking between song sets and discover they both have a common love, motorcycles. They play hard to get before he finally gives her his number, hoping she’ll give him a call. Paige decides after she finishes her first day for her new client she’ll give him a call as a way to celebrate. But when she walks into the office she discovers he is one of her new clients! Slowly her past is revealed and Jake accepts it, even if her father is horrified by her association with the Gradys. The longer she works for the Gradys the more of Jake’s past comes out. Jake isn’t exactly who he thought he was and it’s a hard pill for him to swallow. At the same time Jake gets offered a music contract. Can their relationship survive him being on the road all the time and can Jake accept who he really is before it destroys them?

As the first book I’ve ever read by Leah Braemel I was very pleasantly surprised. The flow of NO ACCOUNTING FOR COWBOYS was amazing. While I can guess what the first book in this series is about, I at no point felt like I was missing anything by reading NO ACCOUNTING FOR COWBOYS first. NO ACCOUNTING FOR COWBOYS definitely stands on its own. I definitely recommend this book, especially if you’re looking for something more than your traditional romance.

✳✳ Copy provided by the author/publisher for an honest review.

✳✳ Reviewed on I Bookie Nookie Reviews by Reviewer, Leah


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