Book Reviews

Also known as Cowgirl Critiques

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“I cannot live without books.” ~Thomas Jefferson

Below are the books I have read and reviewed for this blog.  Click on the links to follow them to my reviews or discuss them.

 

  • 2013 Books

 

 

Sheri’s favorites book montage

Short-Straw Bride
Protection for Hire
A Texan's Promise
Lady in the Mist
Blood Ransom
Shadow in Serenity
Prize of My Heart
Saving Grace
Sweetwater Gap
Snow Angel: A Novel
The Merchant's Daughter
Germ
When the Smoke Clears
The Forgiven Duke: A Forgotten Castles Novel
Sixty Acres and a Bride
The Maid of Fairbourne Hall
The Guardian Duke: A Forgotten Castles Novel
Smitten
The Accidental Bride
Lonestar Angel



Sheri Salatin’s favorite books »

 

Cowgirl Critique: Somebody Like You by Beth K Vogt

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I am so excited to share my thoughts on this book with you. From the very first chapter, I knew it was going to be a keeper. YES, it is! What a heart-wrenching, heart-warming story! Haley’s three year marriage to Sam, an army medic, ends tragically when he’s killed in Afghanistan. Her attempts to create … Continue reading

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Cowgirl Critique: Rosemary Cottage by Colleen Coble (and giveaway!)

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Amy Lange is positive that someone killed her brother. The problem is that she doesn’t have any proof. Her parents keep telling her to drop it and not cause a scene and the locals frown at her questions and interference in their quiet lives. When she approaches Curtis Ireland, things start to go south in … Continue reading

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Tracie Peterson’s “The Quarryman’s Bride” True Love $200 Anthropologie Giveaway and 7/9 Facebook Party!

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Does true love have an expiration date? Can it last after twelve years of absence? Does absence really make the heart grow fonder or does it make the heart forget? Would you obey your father when he has forbidden you to marry the only man you’ve ever loved? Emmaline Knox has always loved Tavis MacLachlan. … Continue reading

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Cowgirl Critique: Barefoot Summer by Denise Hunter

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Years ago, Madison McKinley lost her twin brother and she’s never gotten over it. Searching for a way to purge the grief from her heart, she sets out to fulfill Michael’s dream of winning the town’s annual regatta. But there are a couple of problems. Number 1: She doesn’t know how to sail. Number 2: … Continue reading

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Cowgirl Critique: Stealing the Preacher by Karen Witemeyer

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What’s a father to do when he learns that his daughter’s greatest wish is to talk to a preacher? Steal one, of course! Joanna Robbins is horrified when her father drops a preacher at her doorstep. For several months, she has been praying for a preacher to come and re-open the little church in their … Continue reading

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Cowgirl Critique: The Judgment Stone by Robert Liparulo

The Judgment Stone by Robert Liparulo

The Immortal Files ~ Book 2 What if praying became a curse instead of a blessing? Jagger Baird thought his family was safe. Finally. They now reside in the monastery on Mount Sinai. The very mountain where Moses met God at the burning bush. When one of the archeologists finds a special stone, trouble begins. … Continue reading

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Cowgirl Critique: Once Upon a Prince by Rachel Hauck

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A modern day fairy tale. From the back cover: Susanna Truitt never dreamed of a great romance or being treated like a princess—just to marry the man she has loved for twelve years. But life isn’t going according to plan. When her high-school-sweetheart-turned-Marine-officer breaks up instead of proposing, Susanna scrambles to rebuild her life. The … Continue reading

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Cowgirl Critique: A Noble Groom by Jody Hedlund

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Michigan, 1880 Set in a culture and a time when women had no say over their choices or lives. Many times, they weren’t treated much better than a piece of property and submission was an excuse for abuse. From the book page: Recently widowed Annalisa Werner has the feeling her husband was murdered but can’t … Continue reading

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Cowgirl Critique: Wishing On Willows by Katie Ganshert

Wishing on Willows by Katie Ganshert

“Helping people who are going through what I’ve been through makes me feel like {my pain} wasn’t in vain. It gives the pain I went through a sense of purpose.” Robin Price lost her husband 3 years ago and is struggling to make end meet in her little cafe and is trying to be a … Continue reading

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Cowgirl Critique: The Heiress of Winterwood by Sarah E. Ladd (& Giveaway)

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Yes, yes, yes! This was my kind of fiction. If you love historical romance with intrigue and storyline that grips your heart from the very beginning, you must give this book a try. The Christian values, the story, the characters, the regency setting – I loved it all. Okay, so let me stop gushing for … Continue reading

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