Review of Chantilly’s Cowboy by Debra Kayn
Published: June 6, 2011
4 out of 5 smirks
Synopsis: “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.”
Chantilly’s Cowboy by Debra Kayn is a fabulous story about finding a way to have it all in life. I found Chantilly Lace and Jack to be two people who absolutely love what they do, but both had to give up a lot along the way in order to achieve all they have. Chantilly is a character who will constantly surprise readers and Jack is a character who readers will dream about (because seriously, who wouldn’t want a cowboy like Jack?). I also loved how both characters were very honest about their feelings for each other, so the reader was never in the dark trying to figure out how they were feeling. I give Chantilly’s Cowboy by Debra Kayn 4 smirks because the story is straight-forward, the characters are loveable, and I can’t wait for the next book in this series.