Review: Crazy About a Cowboy by Dylann Crush

The little town of Ido, Texas, is up against some big competition. With the state tourism department on a search for the most romantic town in Texas, Ido is pulling out all the stops to win the title. Leading the effort is the newly appointed hospitality host Jasper Taylor. If he can secure the honor for Ido, he'll be able to hang onto his family's land.

But when the reigning Miss Lovin' Texas and celebrity judge, Delilah Stone, rolls into town, she isn't exactly welcomed with open arms. Delilah's ready to put her beauty queen days behind her, and the only thing standing in her way is spending the next thirty days in Ido. It should be an easy gig, but someone in town is tired of all of the recent publicity. Somehow everything that ought to go right is suddenly going wrong.

Now it's up to Jasper to convince Delilah to give Ido another chance by showing her just how romantic the small town can be...without losing his own heart in the process.
I'm always so happy to find newer to me authors that I really love. So far I've enjoyed every book I've read by Dylann Crush. Now don't get too excited, I've only read three. But like I said, I enjoyed them all. 

Crazy About a Cowboy is book three in her Tying the Knot in Texas series. When I started it I wasn't sure how I'd like Delilah. She seemed to feel that being part of the pageant world was all a girl needed to become something in the world. I was a little unsure of her platform. I kinda tried to move on from that because that's not my world or my thing. 

I really like Delilah and Jasper together. They worked so well together. It was almost like you could feel it come off the pages of the book. 

Jasper is the sweetest guy in the world. He worries about everyone and can't help himself he feels the need to help everyone. He is so busy trying to protect his family that he allows them to almost be a little mean to him. They aren't a bad family and I really liked them but at the time their disappointment in him was making me mad. 

I like Delilah but didn't care for her mother. She seems like the type of person who lives through her daughter's life and doesn't really care what her daughter wants to do in life. It's all about her. Now Delilah has a different idea of where her life should go once she's done with being Miss Lovin' Texas but I wasn't sure she'd be able to stand up to her mother and do it. 

These two have to work out some business within their lives before they can move on but I knew they'd be about to do it. This is a wonderful romance between two people who really deserve it. I really can't wait to see what's next. The author introduced us to so many of Jasper's brothers who are all single by the way. I wonder...Have any of you read her?




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