Melody Spencer had long ago wiped the dust of Cupid, Texas, off her cute shoes…and done her best to forget the chiseled jaw and strong arms of cowboy Luke Spencer. Their families might be part of a long-time feud, but he was her very first love, even if it turned out they never wanted the same things.
But now Luke's come striding back into her life, tempting her with the memories of long, lazy evenings and hot, passionate kisses. And he has an ulterior motive - as Mayor of Cupid, he knows Melody's business savvy can help save their beloved hometown. His smooth talking might get her to Texas, but that doesn't mean he'll get her in his bed. Still, people do say love can be more perfect the second time around.…
This more than met my expectations. The narration was great. My most favorable moment was the end when he finally told her that he had always loved her.
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What disappointed you about Love with a Perfect Cowboy?
I honestly am not sure if the book was good or not because I couldn't get past the horrendous narrating. The narrator had a voice that could be worse than nails on a chalkboard and made the guy sound nothing like what I envision a big, strapping cowboy. The female in the book was made to sound like a complete idiot who just couldn't imagine that anyone would believe in her. Definitely will never be buying a book by this narrator.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of C. J. Critt?