Review of Must Love Cowboys (Cowboy Heaven #2) by Cheryl Brooks

Must Love Cowboys

Cowboys sure do move fast…


Genre: Contemporary Romance

Book Length (Est.): 386 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

When you find yourself in Cowboy Heaven, things can get hot as hell…


Shy computer specialist, dog lover, and amateur chef Tina Hayes has a thing for firefighters, but when she travels to the Circle Bar K ranch on family business, the ranch’s cowboys have no trouble persuading her to stay on as their cook. Especially not when she learns that brooding Wyatt McCabe—a man who makes her heart gallop like no one else can—is also a former firefighter.


Wyatt’s sizzling embraces leave Tina breathless. But being surrounded by a passel of smokin’ hot ranch hands can be complicated. With so many cowboys courting Tina all at once, Wyatt must prove to Tina that she belongs with him.

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received an ARC of this book free from Sourcebooks Casablanca via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*

Tina is a shy computer geek who is fulfilling her grandfather’s last wish by delivering some personal items to one of his old army buddies; she never anticipated that she’d be so welcomed or feel so at home once she got there. She goes from shy to dang is that even the same girl. The longer she’s at the ranch the more daring and outspoken she becomes.

Wyatt is the strong silent type, but once he comes out of his shell he’s as sweet as can be. I actually couldn’t even tell Wyatt liked Tina until he kissed her…I was just as confused as Tina.

I honestly had to read the synopsis a second time when I was a few chapters in because I honestly couldn’t tell who the leading male character was supposed to be. Dean was forward and yet endearing, Wyatt had his scowling silence, and Tina is so overwhelmed by all the attention I think she just falls in and lets herself get swallowed up by it. As for the romance between Wyatt and Tina, it seems kind of awkward and at the same time sweet. I think that it’s because they both have so much innocence, which for their ages is a little weird.

All of the cowboys, however, add humor and sex appeal and a great sense of family. If it was only Tina and Wyatt I’m sure I would have enjoyed reading it, but with all the other characters it made it quite entertaining.

My Favorite Moment: Nothing like a little furniture rearranging mixed with baling wire. When a cowboy has a good idea there’s nothing stopping him.

Jenn 3.5 Heart

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.


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