- MP3 CD: 1 pages
- Publisher: Harlequin Audio and Blackstone Audio; Unabridged MP3CD edition (23 April 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1982647523
- ISBN-13: 978-1982647520
- Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1.3 x 16.5 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 81.6 g
- Customer Reviews: 1 customer review
Unbroken Cowboy: The Gold Valley Novels MP3 CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio, Super Audio CD - DSD
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About the Author
Maisey Yates sold her first book at age twenty-three. Since then it's been a whirlwind of sexy alpha males and happily-ever-afters, and she wouldn't have it any other way. She divides her writing time between dark, passionate category romances set just about everywhere on earth and light, sexy contemporary romances set practically in her backyard. She lives in rural Oregon with her three children and her husband, whose chiseled jaw and arresting features continue to make her swoon. She feels the epic trek she takes several times a day from her office to her coffeemaker is a true example of her pioneer spirit.
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Everyone in Gold Valley and Copper Ridge loves Beatrix. They don’t get her, but they love her. She’s a sweetheart to everyone, human and animal. The only people who seem to shun her are her parents and brother. They’re all jerks anyway so that’s no surprise. While everyone likes Bea, they also look at her as a child still. Mostly because of her kind nature and her habit of flying under the radar so as to not draw any sort of negative attention. But Beatrix is not as naïve as they all want to think. She’s innocent, to a certain extent, but she’s not an idiot.
From the book Good Time Cowboy, we know how Dane grew up. Unlike his sister Lindy, who stuck around and built her life and career in Gold Valley, he got out of town as soon as he could and made his name on the rodeo circuit. He had a lot of glory on the back of a bull…until he didn’t. After a serious mauling/trampling Dane is back in Gold Valley to recuperate and rehabilitate. He’s just not very good at relaxing.
Circumstances throw Bea and Dane together over and over. They are living on the same property and she can’t help but want to take care of him. Partly because that’s her nature, partly because she’s had a crush on him since she was a teen. What happens when your lifelong crush goes from a fantasy you see once or twice a year to a reality living a stone throw away? And what happens when that crush starts to see you as the woman you are instead of the girl you were when you first met? Can the reality live up to the fantasy?
The answer is yes…and then some. Dane and Bea are amazing together. Heat, respect, understanding, and more heat. Once Dane is in, he’s all in. He not only sees Beatrix for who she is, he also sees the way others treat her and wants to help her show her true self to the world. He’s so caring and sweet with her and she just doesn’t know what to do with that a lot of the time. Heck, Dane doesn’t know what to do with it either.
This couple has a lot to overcome. Not so much as a couple, although their friends and family aren’t all on board right away, but individually. They’re both very much lone wolf type of people, not wanting to show their weaknesses to anyone so keeping everything inside. They start to open up to each other, but until they can air all of their fears they can’t truly be happy.
It hurt my heart to read their big fight. I don’t think it’s a spoiler to say there WILL be an explosion. There has to be. It was heartbreaking and got me mad at both Dane and Beatrix. Mostly Bea, but they’re both to blame. Either way, Maisey Yates wrote that scene with great skill and got me in the gut.
Like I said, this story was well worth the wait.
In ‘Unbroken Cowboy’ we read the story of Dane Parker, a bull rider who got into an accident months ago. An accident that injured him badly, and possible ended his career. As a former guy from the trailer-park, Dane has worked hard to get where he is. But now his career is possible over, he doesn’t know what to do with himself.
Beatrix is the ‘odd’ kid. But what a lot of people don’t see is how independent and strong Bea is. Bea is a very passionate, caring woman who is always helping people and animals in trouble. And when her long-time crush Dane needs help, Bea is by his side immediately.
I was really looking forward to reading this book. I’ve read about these characters in the other books, and especially Bea’s character was one I really wanted to get to know more. I loved that Bea always seemed different, a little weird, and loved animals. There was just something about her character that I could easily relate too and that seemed real. And I loved every minute of this book with her character. Bea’s characters was described as: “The person at the party who would be in the corner on her hands and knees making friends with the dog instead of chatting with people.” This just sounds like me, and I loved that.
Although Dane’s character doesn’t seem very nice, I loved him from the start. There was just something adorable about him and I loved how he just didn’t see Bea, until he did. The romance between Dane and Bea was great to read about and I just couldn’t get enough. Their chemistry definitely flew of the pages and I could easily imagine me sitting at a camp fire with those two.
Yes, ‘Unbroken Cowboy’ was definitely another great read by Maisey Yates. And yet again, this book makes me want to read even more books by Maisey Yates.