A COWBOY IN MANHATTAN
A COWBOY IN MANHATTAN (2) by Barbara Dunlop: Too many clichés and not enough character development take the romance right out of Dunlop’s story. When ballerina Katrina Jacobs visits her family’s Colorado home, she feels like an outsider in this boisterous ranching family, and neighboring rancher Reed Terrell isn’t helping. Reed figures any man with a pulse would think petite Katrina was hot — and he’s no better, but he knows that their relationship will end when the pretty ballerina goes back to her New York life. Then he discovers there might be more dangers awaiting her in the Big Apple than in a Colorado snowstorm.