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Publisher's Summary

Trace Mitchem is the foreman at Bridleton and a confirmed bachelor whose main goal in life is to build a ranch he can call his own. Cheyenne Bartell is the youngest heir to the Texas ranching dynasty. What she lacks in self-confidence, she makes up for in spirit and determination. Trace and Chey have known each other for years and worked side by side to save Bridleton. He's prefers to keep a safe distance between them. She wants to explore the smoldering attraction they share.

It's a standoff until an unexpected accident changes everything. Suddenly, Chey is the wary one, and Trace is demanding so much more. Until something happens that changes everything again....

©2013 Rebecca L. Barker (P)2013 Rebecca L Barker

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Even better than Bridleton!

If you could sum up Chey's Cowboy in three words, what would they be?

Sexy. Rewarding. Wonderful.

What other book might you compare Chey's Cowboy to and why?

It is the sequel to Bridleton, but I thought it was better. There seemed to be more depth to the story. There was the issues of alcoholism and awful childhood experiences dealt with.

What does Johnny Peppers bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Once again, the voice of Johnny Peppers just make you think hot, sexy cowboy!

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

A story of overcoming old problems, pursuing old crushes and winning with the reward of finding love.

Any additional comments?

This book will stand alone. If you love romance, you will love this book!

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Chey's and Trace's story

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I was recently introduced to Ms Barker’s books/audiobooks and am happy to say I have become a fan.This story is the second in the author’s series titled Bridleton.Our main characters are Trace Mitchem, foreman in Bridleton who dreams of owning his own ranch, and Chey , one of the Bartell triplets and part of a Texas ranching dynasty.These two have known each other forever. There has been an attraction, but he feels that while she is part of a dynasty , he is only the foreman. Life is full of surprises and they are thrown together.What I liked best is that the author shows us individuals that are not perfect. Life is not perfect or black and white. It’s about struggles and coming out of them a better person and that during that rocky road , when there is love and support , there is hope .The audiobook of this story was excellent. The narrator Johnny Peppers, did a great job of making the listener feel we were “in” the story.I was gifted this audiobook. The opinions expressed are solely my own.

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Love me a sexy cowboy!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes this was great short story, full of sexy cowboy's!

Which scene was your favorite?

This was a cute book from the start to finish, but I would say the ending was my favorite part.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I enjoyed this whole book.

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Great Stand-Alone in a series

What other book might you compare Chey's Cowboy to and why?

Cora Seton's The Cowboy's of Chance Creek

What does Johnny Peppers bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Johnny Peppers did a great job bringing the characters and story to life with his narration.

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This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review. I enjoyed this audiobook and how the story made me want to know about the other characters in the series and their own stories. It was surprisingly great as a stand-alone. I enjoyed the narration and thought he did a great job bringing the characters and story to life. The only thing that might have made this audiobook even better would be to have a female narrator performing the heroins pov.

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Chey's Story Gets 4 HOTT Peppers!

This story was pretty good. I wish the female lead had a better self-esteem, but I assume that was a factor in her alcoholism. She (Chey) came off as kinda immature which gave the story a slow start. Eventually it picked up. The heavy attraction and sex did spice this listening experience up which increased my rating.
The narrator Johnny Peppers did a good job with both the male & female voices.
This audiobook was gifted by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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Weird

Trace and Cheyenne are two people who love each other but are fighting all through the book. Trace has an accident and loses his memory but finds that he loves her even when he had always been pushing her away. The relationship is very strange and there are several sex scenes that seem out of place. Both of them have dark desires and want to explore them. The narrator was very good and caused the story to make it's way throgh the twist without making me want to turn the story off.

I was given this book in exchange for an honest review via audiobook boom.

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Good story

This was a new author for me and a new narrator. I liked this book although I thought it started out pretty slowly. Once I started the listen, it went great through the ending. I was given a free copy of this book for an honest review.

As to the story, in the beginning Trace was trying to ignore his attraction to Chey, but after an accident for Trace and some misunderstandings between the two, Chey was trying to ignore her attraction to Trace. I thought the character of Trace and the other ranch hands were really well done. I was however disappointed in Chey. She came across to me as very young, younger than her years, and very immature (too immature for someone like Trace). I enjoyed the narrator and how he presented the story, and it may be that it was his characterization of Chey's voice that contributed to her age. Usually I read the books first and listen after that, so I had no picture in my mind of Chey before listening.

That being said, I liked the story and thought the romance turned out to be very sweet with periods of hot sex. Worth a credit.

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Love cowboys

This was a thoroughly enjoyable book to listen to. It is not my first Becky Barker book, but I am partial to romances and cowboys, so this is the perfect book for me. Trace is an alpha male who is doing his best not to be interested in Chey. Chey is doing her best to be noticed. After a hot encounter, Trace has an accident with his horse and has a severe concussion, and temporary amnesia. Chey takes care of him, and the attraction even with him not knowing Chey is too hard to ignore. As his memory returns, and their passion rises, things move to a whole new plane. Then Chey falls off the wagon. As a young alcoholic, she is trying to prove that she can handle her alcohol. Unfortunately, she cannot. Trace has issue with this and tries to leave the relationship. Will this be the end? I won't tell, but I will say that the story line is well developed and the characters are your best friends. You are pulled right into their lives. And the sex is HOT!

Johnny Peppers as always provides the perfect cowboy narration. He is wonderful!

--I was given a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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A Rocky Romance

People from "different stations" in life - and one tries to keep his distance. Then an event occurs that reveals his real feelings, but can she trust this change of heart. An entertaining listen.

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Loved it!

This one kept my full attention until the last word. Every emotion! I loved the narrator! He did a super job with every emotion!

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  • A D.
  • 06-24-16

An uplifting modern western romance

Becky Barker has created a story jam packed with interesting characters, amnesia, alcoholism, family dynamics and feel good romance, all set on a ranch with potential in Texas. The characters are flawed with personal issues, which makes them feel real. I enjoyed the story and I especially enjoyed the satisfaction of a HEA. Johnny Peppers's narration has kept true to the setting and added depth to the story telling. This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com."

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  • Yvonne
  • 06-24-16

Good Listen

This is a good book; . Trace Mitchem the foreman &. Cheyenne (Chey) Bartell is the youngest heir to the Texas ranching dynasty, she lacks confidence but makes up for it in determination and strong will. Chey and Trace have known each other for years .They have both been fighting the attraction they feel for each other until he is in an accident. They are forced to deal with their feelings for each other.

The narrator Johnny Peppers did a good job with this book, and was very easy to listen to. With different voices of each character in this book. It was very easy to listen to enjoyable.


Audiobook was received at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom dot com.

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  • mangankillarney
  • 07-16-20

I love a Cowboy

The narrator Johnny Peppers is really good .


The characters Cheyenne and Trace have known each other for years .They have both been fighting the attraction they feel for each other until he is in an accident..
We have a story with interesting characters, amnesia, alcoholism, family dynamics and feel good romance, all set on a ranch in Texas.
I so loved listening to this book.