Bonus Review: Kissed by a Cowboy


Kissed by a Cowboy by Debra Clopton is the third book in the “Four of Hearts Ranch Romance” series.  It works as a stand alone, although it mentions the two brothers from previous books.  I’ve read the second book in this series also, but thought both worked well as stand-alone.


Jarrod Monahan is the oldest Monahan brother, and he’s tired of watching all his brothers get married around him.  He’s ready, but hasn’t found room in his heart for another woman since Cassidy Starr left town.


Cassidy Starr has returned to town though, because her aunt has passed away and Cassidy aims to take over the strawberry farm and house left behind.  She doesn’t realize that Jarrod is going to be her next door neighbor, however, nor that he’s been charged with watching over Cassidy’s aunt’s house while it sits empty.


I have quickly grown to love this series and its characters, and plan on going back to read the first one.  The characters are charming, and their dialogue and situations were adorable, yet there was still conflict as they strived to work out their past and differences.  I enjoyed this story and would recommend it.


Thank you so much to Thomas Nelson publishers for providing me with a copy of this book to read and review.  All opinions are my own and were not required to be positive.

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