Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Title: Sky Cowboy
Series: Down Under Cowboys, #2
Author: Kasey Millstead
Rating: 4 Shooting Stars

At what point do you stop wanting someone you know you can never have? 

 Ava Crawley only had one dream in life; grow up and marry the boy next door, Jeremy Henley. When she was twenty, her dream was crushed by her nasty, vindictive, deceitful sister Kennedy. Unable to handle the hurt, Ava fled. 

 Jeremy Henley is a Sky Cowboy in Australia’s Northern Territory. Along with his twin brother, Jackson, he is Pine Creek’s finest catch. Jeremy doesn’t give a damn about that, he only cares about the most beautiful woman he’s ever seen; Ava Crawley. After years of waiting for Ava to show an interest in him, an opportunity presents itself and Jeremy takes it. Then, Ava up and leaves for France. No explanation. No goodbye. Nothing. She doesn’t come back for three years, and when she does, Jeremy has a baby son. 

 Will Ava and Jeremy be able to overcome the pain of the past and give their love a chance? Or, will Ava lose her life just as she’s starting to live her dream? 

 Ava & Jeremy's story is the second in the Down Under Cowboy Series

.Sky Cowboy (Down Under Cowboys, #2)

Sky Cowboy shows us what happened between Ava, and Jeremy before the first book, and after as well. At the beginning we get to see these two sort of circle around each other before finally getting together. It happened really fast when it finally happened but then they had to deal with a whole lot of trouble coming their way... 

 I have to say this one wasn't as good as the first.. It was really only okay. I hated the fact that it felt like Jeremy and Ava's relationship was rushed in the book. I mean we didn't really get to see any of the getting to know you part at all. So that was kind of a bummer. And I felt like what happened towards the end sort of came out of left field. I really thought the sister was going to be more of a pain in the butt than what she actually was. So I did like this one, but I was slightly disappointed with it. I just wish I had got more feeling from it. Other wise I am still enjoying the series, and do look forward to the next one.


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