Tuesday, June 4, 2013

A Cowboy's Pride by Pamela Britton


I liked a Cowboy's Pride. In away the story is personal for me to read that kind of story, It is hard to walk again. Trent car accident killed his best friend and left him in a wheel chair. Trent is angry. He does not want to be at this ranch for the disabled. He has given up and has learned enough to be able to take care of himself. He does not want any help.

Alana is a physical therapist and working on the ranch. Her best patient that she helped the most was her niece who was in a car accident and she was the only survivor. Her mom and uncle Alana's fiance did not survive.

To get Trent to do physical therapy they used the threat that they would call his mom. It worked and was funny. Alana was fun to see the different ways she could get Trent to try the different exercises. Including taking him back to the rodeo.

Alana had her own fears to deal with. One she did not want to leave Rana and the ranch in California. Trent lived in Colorado and if he got better would be traveling to different rodeos like her late fiancé did.

Their is some sex scenes in the book that I admit to skipping. The characters were believable. I would like to read the next book. I can guess who it would be about maybe. I will have to wait and see.
I was given this ebook to read and asked to give honest review of it in exchange by Netgalley.
06/04/2013 PUB Harlequin Romance 224 pages ISBN: 0373754574

Description below taken off of Goodreads.
Broken Cowboy…Trent Anderson's rodeo days are over. Thanks to the car accident that killed his best friend, he will never get on a horse again. But physical therapist Alana McClintock isn't listening to his protestations. She just won't let up—getting under his skin, waking parts of him he thought would sleep forever. He can sense she feels something for him, too.

Alana knows Trent's injuries aren't as extensive as he thinks, and with some hard work she's convinced he will ride again. But the problem is convincing Trent. As Alana works with the wounded cowboy, she is drawn to him in a way that is anything but professional. She's determined to help him, though—even if it means he'll walk away from her.

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