Jubilee, Texas Series Book 2
July 31st, 2012
Mass Market Paperback
Reviewed by Dawn (email@example.com)
Obtained by Publisher
Princess Annabelle of Monesta is running away from an arranged marriage. In Jubilee, Texas, she masquerades as a cowgirl and finds herself drawn to the sexy cowboy who rescued her one night. Brady Talmadge is a man who has five rules and he broke them all when Annie drops into his lap. He invites her home to get warm, some food and when sparks fly between these two, will Annie’s secret destroy this budding romance before Brady and Annabelle get their own version of happily ever after?
This is the second book in the Jubilee, Texas series and it is just as good as the first one was. We got a masquerading princess, a horse whisperer cowboy and lots of simmering sexual tension between these two. Ms. Wilde delivers another wonderful installment in this new series of hers and I was enthralled from start to finish over it. The writing is tight, storyline flows smoothly and the characters are larger than life, which is what I enjoy about this series. They are so realistic that I feel I could go vacation in Jubilee, Texas just to meet them all.
Meet Annabelle, Princess of Monesta and masquerading as ‘Annie’, a down on her luck cowgirl. She is a joy to behold. A fresh faced innocent and naïve girl who looks at the world through a child’s eyes. She was a delight to behold when she would get excited over the littlest things. Brady is laid back, loves horses and a man whop has hidden depths and secrets inside him. These two struck sparks the minute they laid eyes on one another and I was rooting for these two to get their own happily ever after. The secondary characters were a joy to experience again. I swear some of them should get their own story in this series.
THE COWBOY AND THE PRINCESS is a fun, wildly entertaining story that will keep you on pins and needles as you flip the pages to see what happens next. There are a few twists that had me biting my nails and hoping it all works out. Ms. Wilde is this reviewer’s new favorite and I can’t wait to see what happens next in Jubilee, Texas. I have a feeling it won’t be a dull affair, that’s for sure.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement