‘An Englishwoman’s Guide to the Cowboy’ by June Kearns – More Than a Romance
A lovely review for June’s book – The Englishwoman’s Guide to the Cowboy.
I discovered June Kearns’ books through the lovely Rosie Amber’s blog when I reviewed ‘The 20’s Girl, the Ghost and All That Jazz’ (see my review here). I enjoyed it so much that I had to read ‘An Englishwoman’s Guide to the Cowboy’. Hope you enjoy my review and the extract from the book that follows. You can read my interview with June here.
This is a lovely book, thoroughly enjoyable, well written and with a cast of characters that you’ll love and hate!
Annie Haddon is dragged to the American west by her horrible aunt and vile cousin. Bullied and brow beaten, and threatened with marriage to a man she finds revolting, Annie is resigned to a miserable life as she travels by stagecoach across the hot, dusty plains. But a hold-up sees her rescued by the handsome and dangerous Colt McCall and Annie is led into…
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