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Madeline s brother Skip dies, leaving her half of a Nevada cattle ranch Ty, owner of the other half, is not exactly welcoming When she arrives unannounced to visit, the two get off to a poor start.Ty is wracked by guilt and Madeline s got some secrets of her own Ms Watt does an admirable job of showing the slow thaw between these two, and letting us see that they might actually get along after all.Unfortunately the ending felt a little rushed to me, and a little too HFN rather than HEA, at le Madeline s brother Skip dies, leaving her half of a Nevada cattle ranch Ty, owner of the other half, is not exactly welcoming When she arrives unannounced to visit, the two get off to a poor start.Ty is wracked by guilt and Madeline s got some secrets of her own Ms Watt does an admirable job of showing the slow thaw between these two, and letting us see that they might actually get along after all.Unfortunately the ending felt a little rushed to me, and a little too HFN rather than HEA, at least for me Otherwise well written [[ Free ]] ↵ Maddie Inherits a Cowboy ⇨ No heat No bed And a cowhanging from the rafters What kind of ranch is this No wonder Madeline s brother only sent pictures of the stunning Nevada landscape He couldn t very well have convinced his family he was happy in this godforsaken place But the cold outside is bearable than the frosty partner she s inherited along with half of the ranch Ty Hopewell Not exactly Mr SocialNever mind She has every right to be here She may be a city girl, but Madeline Blaine has a PhD and she s not afraid to use it Something about this place and this cowboy just doesn t feel right And she s going to figure out what it is And fix it Fix him, tooif she can Not my favorite book You have woman who seems to know everything and can do everything with no thought to another person She did mellow out towards the end though and did become a better person. This is the perfect story for readers who enjoy a well developed romance between a life weary cowboy and a stiff and proper city lady Madeline is a woman at a crossroads in her life She s coming to grips with the loss of her brother and the legacy he left behind for her She is also under a heavy burden because everything she s ever worked for and lived for is under the microscope and she could lose it all That s a lot for a woman to deal with and you d think that wasthan enough but the This is the perfect story for readers who enjoy a well developed romance between a life weary cowboy and a stiff and proper city lady Madeline is a woman at a crossroads in her life She s coming to grips with the loss of her brother and the legacy he left behind for her She is also under a heavy burden because everything she s ever worked for and lived for is under the microscope and she could lose it all That s a lot for a woman to deal with and you d think that wasthan enough but then she meets Ty And the icicles form Ty is a man carrying a world of guilt and self recriminations on his broad shoulders and he thinks he deserves every miserable minute He s a tortured man with an untapped heart He s capable, hardworking and he s in hiding He doesn t see it that way or course and that is why this story is so heartfelt This is a book of healing, of personal growth, and their learning to trust each other which leads to a slow tractor ride into love It s mostly an internal conflict with a peripheral nudge or three from the external conflict that brought Madeline to the ranch in the first place There s a lot of detail about ranching and the author uses the day to day chores of ranch life to bridge the chilly silence between the two characters Sometimes I felt it was a bit drawn out but I think I understand why the author wrote it in the style she did In working together, they find they havein common and evenreasons to stay apart It gave a chance for those unguarded moments an unexpected smile and a husky laugh, and heated glimpse of skin that Cupid uses to bring these two characters together There is no flash bang moment, no extravagant over the top scene to hit readers over the head with This story reads as how a romance would unfold in real life, step by step as each discovered hidden depths about the other and despite their circumstances, find that they can t resist the attraction I like how the initial meeting of the store clerk was just the kind of reaction you d expect a stranger to receive I enjoyed how the relationship through each brief interaction showed the emerging of a potential friendship and acceptance This book has so many down to earth scenes that if feels real and right For readers who might expect a quick dash to the heat and into the sheets, be warned This is a story about two people s feelings what s in their hearts, what they fear, what they want and what they dream of The culmination of their romance does get celebrated in the horizontal position but it doesn t end there, it only adds another ingredient to the emotional aspect of the book Maddie Inherits a Cowboy is a perfect book for those readers who prefer a story that focuses on the heart and the intricate journey it has to navigate to get to the happily ever after I wish the ending was just a bitfleshed out because it was such an intense emotional moment I wantedAs it was, it read just like one of those classic 1950s western romances in the movies For me, Ty reminded me of John Wayne and that is so cool Read it and see why originally posted at A different take on a Western romance, but still, not as good as it probably could have been I just couldn t really connect to the characters in this one, although I liked the theme.Madeline is headed out to visit a ranch A ranch that she inherited a share of when her brother died It hasn t been doing as well financially, but that s not the real reason she s going She needs to hideout for awhile as she s under investigation for academic misconduct Even though she s not guilty, she still nee A different take on a Western romance, but still, not as good as it probably could have been I just couldn t really connect to the characters in this one, although I liked the theme.Madeline is headed out to visit a ranch A ranch that she inherited a share of when her brother died It hasn t been doing as well financially, but that s not the real reason she s going She needs to hideout for awhile as she s under investigation for academic misconduct Even though she s not guilty, she still needs to get away from it for awhile Her brother s partner, Ty isn t too thrilled about the visit though He doesn t like the way Madeline questions his business running tactics and he can t really look at her without remembering what happened to her brother Skip Skip s death is something he blames himself for and he hasn t really been the same since the accident But Madeline isn t the type to let him hide from her, and he does find himself a bit attracted to her.Madeline is a little too hard nosed for me I know that s the way she s supposed to be, but it comes off as irritating sometimes Especially when she rushes forward aimlessly Considering she s a college professor, I guess I just expected her actions to bethought out Ty is a bit irritating too He has this martyr vibe going on and its not attractive, even if Madeline thinks so He s real I guess, but just not as likable as I d like And since they re both out on an isolated ranch we really don t have much contact with a whole lot of other characters in the book So its mainly just the two of them to keep us entertained.I did like the western ranch theme of this book Anyone running an organic cattle ranch is something I can get behind And launching a professor into the middle of it is a good twist Although I did think that the chores and the running of the ranch seemed greatly watered down from what I would have expected them to be Granted, I don t know a lot about the business, but it just seemed too easy There is a sex scene in this book, but it was fairly mild in my opinion The rest of the book read fast and was an easy read, didn t require a lot of concentration.Ok romance, nothing special But nothing I would rush out of my way for definitely.Maddie Inherits a CowboyCopyright 2011283 pagesReview by M Reynard 2012 More of my reviews can be found at www.ifithaswords.blogspot.com Maddie, an academic anthropologist with career problems, has inherited a half share in a remote off the grid ranch from her brother When it starts losing money she decides to inspect it and the other co owner the title cowboy, Ty, who is still haunted by survivor s guilt from the accident that killed Maddie s brother Howfraught No horses in this one, but an interesting veterinary practice involving a cow suspended from the rafters, Basque wine, and the oddities of living off the grid wher Maddie, an academic anthropologist with career problems, has inherited a half share in a remote off the grid ranch from her brother When it starts losing money she decides to inspect it and the other co owner the title cowboy, Ty, who is still haunted by survivor s guilt from the accident that killed Maddie s brother Howfraught No horses in this one, but an interesting veterinary practice involving a cow suspended from the rafters, Basque wine, and the oddities of living off the grid where you can t get a cell signal on your iPhone Apparently author Watt lives on a ranch off the grid in a remote part of Nevada, so the parts about rural life in this book ring really true the romance and character development are, as usual, well done A beautiful tale of two unlikely people coming together to find love I enjoyed the slow, gradual buildup, so much that I found the sex scene which wasn t ill timed, just perhapsexplicit than I d expected to be somewhat out of character with the tone of the rest of the novel Nonetheless, I appreciated the author s restraint, and I was drawn in to the grim, solitary setting Like all good SuperRomances, this love story unfolded naturally, with nary a missed step. MADDIE INHERITS A COWBOY by author Jeannie Watt is an emotional feel good story I love a tortured hero and Ty Hopewell is tortured all the way It s a touching story of accidental death, guilt, suspicion, conspiracy at the highest levels of academia, and romance, mixed with everyday ranch life and is a compelling story you wont want to miss. It was a good story, well written,except for the last bit I felt that the ending was rushed, though it a happy ending and all, it was as though they were counting the words and coming up to deadline. Most of it was good It had a nice story and, even though the romance was VERY slow it kept me involved The ending ruined the book though, with no real resolution and I think I liked them better as friends as opposed to lovers Great book Not such a great romance.