I enjoyed reading The Cowboy's Renegade Bride but with a few reservations. First of all I felt the pacing was too slow, which meant that at times the story dragged. Partly, I felt this was due to the author's regular insertion of thought bubbles, which interrupted the flow of the story. The second thing that annoyed me, though I admit it also made me chuckle occasionally, was that this story was clearly proof read using auto-correct, which resulted in some odd little phrases such as "rivets running towards the low neckline of her blouse" and the "timber of his voice". Finally, I really didn't warm to Jenny. She just didn't convince me of her value. So what did I like about this story? Well Caleb made a rip-snortingly good hero, which was a definite plus. The story itself, while a little slow, was a sweet read and with a little tightening would have been a really good read.