Saturday, June 26, 2021

✱✱Book Review✱✱ Crazy About a Cowboy by Dylann Crush


Local cowboy Jasper Taylor has to decide if it’s more important to help his hometown of Ido, Texas win a contest or for him to win the heart of the woman he loves.  

The little town of Ido, Texas, is up against some big competition. With the state tourism department on a search for the most romantic town in Texas, Ido is pulling out all the stops to win the title. Leading the effort is the newly appointed hospitality host Jasper Taylor. If he can secure the honor for Ido, he'll be able to hang onto his family's land.
But when the reigning Miss Lovin' Texas and celebrity judge, Delilah Stone, rolls into town, she isn't exactly welcomed with open arms. Delilah's ready to put her beauty queen days behind her, and the only thing standing in her way is spending the next thirty days in Ido. It should be an easy gig, but someone in town is tired of all of the recent publicity. Somehow everything that ought to go right is suddenly going wrong. 
Now it's up to Jasper to convince Delilah to give Ido another chance by showing her just how romantic the small town can be...without losing his own heart in the process.

Momma Says: 4 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐
Crazy About a Cowboy. It's pretty easy to be crazy about Jasper. He's just an all-around good guy, and wonder of wonders, his love interest is a beauty queen. Except Delilah doesn't fall into the stereotypical role, which is one of my favorite things about this charming small-town romance. Speaking of small towns, the town of Ido, Texas is full of charm in its own right. It's practically a character all by itself. This is the third book in the Tying the Knot in Texas series, and it can be read as a standalone. That said, once you've met the many quirky personalities that make up this world created by Dylann Crush, you'll want to know more about them. The story is witty and fun, and the characters are engaging. There is, of course, that bit of angst - you know, that pivotal moment we all expect - but it's not overly dramatic. The thing that brings about that drama is disturbing, but it's handled in a way that keeps it from being too heavy. So, the story is pretty lighthearted for the most part, and once started, it's hard to put down.

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