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Friday, March 8, 2013

Review and Author Interview - Trouble With a Cowboy by Sandy Sullivan

Trouble With A Cowboy 

Book Blurb:
  18 wheels had her heart until one hard-up cowboy found her kickin' up her heels and propositions her to take his bull to Vegas.

Jacie Hawkins drives big wheelers for a livin'. Something not a lot of women do. Littleton Oklahoma is just a dry stopover for a few hours of rest and relaxation at the nearest bar. Jacie needs to find a hot cowboy to release some of her pent up frustrations on for the night, but wannabe's aren't her style.

Tucker Marshall needs a big-rig driver to haul his prize bull to National Finals Rodeo and he needs one fast. Who would have thought he'd find one shootin' pool at the local bar dressed to kill and takin' numbers?

Can some slashed tires and an ornery bull bring two hard-headed people together for some fun in the sun and a little more?

Angie J' s Review:

I received this book from the author for  truthful review.

HEE HAW!!!  Man oh Man was this a great read.  I totally related to Jacie because I too am a very strong willed woman and was defo not looking for love when I met my current husband. I was definatley not looking to get married and all that jazz...been there and done that with a negative result.  Now Jacie was never married but she had her heart broken by an ex boyfriend/business partner.  Her plan was to find a nice piece for the night and move on the next day.  Well Kyle (town jackass) approaches her and she eats him alive.

 While all this is happening Tucker sees her and is like "HELLO There Darlin!!"  A little flirting, dancing and pool and then the 2 decided to have a fun night together.  Well damn Kyle for cock blocking Tucker and he is left hawt and alone.  Well Kyle isn't done being a "charmer" and causes more  issues for Jacie.  *drum roll* Tucker to the rescue.  The 2 make a business arrangement that is beneficial for both parties to get to Vegas.  Well business turns to pleasure...lots and lots of pleasure......Guess what kiddos??  They kinda develop feelings for each other.  NO you say?  Yes it is true :)

I love this story. It kept me on my toes and even a little teary eyed at the end.  I was like "Stubborn old bachelor and friggin' independent women!!  Admit the love already!!" I loved the epilogue but I tend to enjoy epilogues.  I think it is a great ending to the couple and you can see what is going to happen.

My fav scenes were in the Vegas hotel when the big boob chick hit on Tucker AND when the horse rider hit on Jacie.  It was classic Jealousy you see seeping out of the others pores!!!  It did give me a giggle.

Author Interview:

Hi Sandy!!!  Welcome to our crazy blog.  So we have a couple “hard hitting” questions (snort),  Are you game?  GREAT!!

Ok so when reading the book “Trouble With a Cowboy” I could totally relate to strong willed Jacie and confirmed bachelor Tucker.   This question is one I always ask authors because I have my idea for what I picture the people to look like but who do you see.  What celebrities would you cast to play these people in a motion picture?

  Oh wow. I never thought of it that way. I know who I picture when I write the characters but I'm not sure who I would put in the roles. Let's see. I don't do movies much so I need to think about it.
I think Carrie Underwood would make a great Jacie. She's spunky and pretty, but has the down home girl thing going on.
 For Tucker, I'd probably pick Chris Young. He's one of my favorites and he was my inspiration for Tucker.

What authors do you read when you have the time?

 Desiree Holt, Jayne Rylon, Mari Carr,  Cassandra Carr, Tonya Ramagos…just about anyone who catches my attention.

If you could pick any novel to be a New York Times Best Seller, which would it be?  It can be past, present or future novels?

 My favorite book so far is Wild Wyoming Nights but Trouble With a Cowboy is a close tie or second.

When you write do you plot or fly at the seat of your pants?  

I'm definitely a punster. The characters tell me where the story goes. It sucks sometimes, but that's how it goes.

If you could meet any author for “pick their brain session”, who would it be? 

 I've met so many great authors already and had a chance to chitchat, it's hard to pick one. I think I would like to do a brain-picking session with Desiree Holt. She comes up with some great stories.

For a newbie reader who hasn’t read anything of yours, What/where would you suggest starting???? 

I would say Wild Wyoming Nights. It's got a little paranormal and a great story line.

Thank you so much for taking the time to chat with us.  We look forward to reading and reviewing more of you in the future!!!

About the author:



Sandy Sullivan is a romance author, who, when not writing, spends her time with her husband Shaun on their farm in middle Tennessee. She loves to ride her horses, play with their dogs and relax on the porch, enjoying the rolling hills of her home south of Nashville. County music is a passion of hers and she loves to listen to it while she writes.

She is an avid reader of romance novels and enjoys reading Nora Roberts, Jude Deveraux and Susan Wiggs. Finding new authors and delving into something different helps feed the need for literature. A registered nurse by education, she loves to help people and spread the enjoyment of romance to those around her with her novels. She loves cowboys so you'll find many of her novels have sexy men in tight jeans and cowboy boots

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the awesome review, Angie! I'm thrilled you enjoy the book.