This is my review and how I see it. The publisher has provided a free copy of the author’s work in exchange for an honest review. In The Cowboy’s Virgin author Emerson Rose gives us a somewhat modern day version of the Hatfield and McCoys feud between the families of Beau and Charlotte. Beau has always felt something for Charlotte from the days that attended school together even with him being two years older.
Charlotte’s (and her families) life being turned upside down and Beau offering her an olive branch with strings, bring these two together even though Charlotte in her mind was not going to give into Beau. Beau was dealing with life altering issues of his own (his mother’s Alzheimer’s and his diabetes).
In the midst of all that is going on around them they fall in love, which gives this story a Romeo and Juliet vibe with a twist. Beau nor Charlotte dies…Some parts for me where a little difficult to believe know how diabetes affects the body.
This is not the type of stories I am use to by this author and maybe why I can only say that it is likeable, which means good but not great.
This story is for anyone who likes to read books with a lot of angst and drama.
This is my review and how I see it.