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Rule Number One: No Dating Cowboys.

A fake fiance doesn't count, right? Oh boy....

Amy Weaver is tired of her dad meddling in her love life. Fed up, she hires an actor to play the part of her fake cowboy fiance when she goes home for her grandpa's 90th birthday. Sure, Luke Jenkins has got looks, charm, and muscular legs, but this is business, pure and simple. Things are fine and dandy until she finds out he's a real cowboy, not an actor. Now, she's stuck between a rock and his chiseled jawline, falling faster than a sack of horseshoes. How the heck is Amy supposed to ignore the sparks between them and stick to her rule of not dating cowboys? All bets are off.

©2018 Rich Amooi (P)2021 Tantor

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This book just like all Rich Amooi's books was great and I couldn't stop listening. Well just like they say in the south (well you can't get anymore southern then Texas), it was a damn good book and I couldn't stop reading it or listening to it even if I wanted to. The narrators were good but not as good as they usually are in his other books. It would have been a little better if they had given the performance little touch of a southern twang. Stephanie Rose's performance was way better in this one than Tim Paige's performance, which is ashame because he's a great narrator. If I could give 4 1/2 stars on the performance then I would have given it 4 1/2 stars, however since I couldn't give 4 1/2 stars; I went ahead a rounded up to 5 stars. I will probably reread and re-listen to this over and over again because I still love this story. Heck the only problem I have with Rich Amooi books having to wait for the next one. It was funny because that last review I on Rich Amooi's book was begging for this book to come out on Audiobook and a couple of weeks later that's exactly what happened. Now if only Madam Love would come out on Audiobooks, it would make my year.