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REVIEW: A Cowboy’s Claim

Updated: Oct 1, 2020

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What could possibly go wrong with a Hollywood Actress and a Cowboy on a ranch🤷‍♀️😉?  Nina Crespo and The Cowboy’s Claim has the answer.





The Cowboy’s Claim

Series: Tillbridge Stables, Book 1

Publication: June 1, 2020, Harlequin Special Edition

Genres: African American Fiction, Western Romance


He’s discovered his leading lady



The role of her dreams: in his arms.

Chloe Daniels is determined to land the role of a lifetime. Even if she’s terrified to get on a horse! And the last thing her reluctant teacher, Tristan Tillbridge, wants is to entertain a pampered actress. But the enigmatic cowboy soon discovers that Chloe is as genuine as she is gorgeous, and he’s determined to make her his. Will this unlikely pair discover that the sparks between them are anything but an act?

 

REVIEW

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As far as first impressions go, Tristen Tillbridge and Chloe Daniels tanked. Chloe an up and coming actress arrived at Tilbridge for field training for a part. Tristen has his hands full trying to fulfill a family obligation by making sure the stable is running smooth and safe.


They try to avoid each other at every turn, Tilbridge Stable’s annual function brings them face to face. This time the pull is too strong to be ignored. I liked how Tristen and Chloe’s relationship evolved.


If you enjoy a romance where the couple tries to fight the inevitable heat, family secrets, forgiveness, and healing, I recommend this for your reading pleasure.



 
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